It's a shame that this was the Death From Above album that made it onto the Billboard charts (#22, top electronic albums). If you don't like electronic music, DON'T BUY THIS ALBUM. If you don't already know, DFA '79 is an indie punk band that split after one record, You're A Woman, I'm A Machine, and they actually sound absolutely nothing like most of the songs on this album. I don't know why they only put two of their b-sides on here, when "We Don't Sleep At Night" and their cover of Bloc Party's "Luno" were actual b-sides to the band's singles. The two b-sides that are on the album, "Better Off Dead" and "You're Lovely (But You've Got Lots Of Problems)," are actually very good, but not quite worth spending twelve bucks on. This was especially hard to listen to because it's literally the same three songs over and over, but with different noises thrown in. I was quite disappointed when I found out that two of the remixes were actually remixed by the band (MSTRKRFT is Jesse, the bassist, and Girl On Girl is the alias of Sebastien, the drummer/lead singer). It bothered me that when they split, instead of creating two new cool indie punk bands, they both went after careers in electronic music. What a waste of talent.