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You're a Woman, I'm a Machine

Death from Above 1979 Audio CD
4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars D.F.A. 1979 Debut CD = AMAZING!! Jan. 2 2006
By Will
Format:Audio CD
Rocking and rolling is Death From Above 1979.
1-Turn It Out- 4/5- Great opener
2-Romantic Rights- 5/5- One of the best songs on the Cd!
3-Going Steady- 4/5- Good song!
4-Go Home,Get Down- 4.5/5- great song sounds like going steady.
5-Blood on Our hands- 5/5- Another of the best! can't go wrong with this song
6-Black History Month- 5/5- Another one of the best. quiet song but picks up.
7- Little Girl- 5/5- Best song on CD no doubt. soo good. right length and great catchy lyrics.
8-Cold War- 3.5/5- One of my least favorites.
9-You're a Woman, I'm a machine- 4.5/5- needs to be more unique...but still catches and great song twords the end.
10-Pull Out- 5/5- Great Song short but very good! love the screaming.
11-Sexy Results- 5/5- great chorus and can be very catchy. See DFA 1979's attempt at a long song!
Overall a rocking CD...and can't be beat easily. Pick up future releases and follow this band...looks like a great future for this Toronto Duo.
-Heads Up EP
-You're A Woman, I'm A Machine
-Romance Bloody Romance.
-Romantic Rights
-Blood On Our Hands
-Black History Month
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Sweeeeet Sept. 14 2004
Format:Audio CD
Awesome high energy songs from this Toronto duo. Danceable, fun and generally just rockin.
Track list:
1. Turn It Out
2. Romantic Rights (1st single)
3. Going Steady
4. Go Home, Get Down
5. Blood on Your Hands
6. Black History Month
7. Little Girl (my favorite)
8. Cold War
9. You're a Woman, I'm a Machine
10. Pull Out
11. Sexy Results
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Death From Above 1979 is better than you Oct. 30 2004
By Dan
Format:Audio CD
Holy Moly, You're a Woman, I'm a Machine is incredible. I knew it would be good but I didn't know it would be this good. This is a must for people who like rock and to dance.
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3.0 out of 5 stars www.Track01.tk Aug. 6 2005
Format:Audio CD
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4.0 out of 5 stars oroginal July 26 2005
Format:Audio CD
were do i start? this cd is incredible. its another strong fact that candian music doesnt suck. staright rfom toronto these guys are musicans who are recrding stuff that ive never herd before. i mean two piece bands are rare today, but a two peice that consists of a singing drummer and a distorted bass? their lineup isnt only one a kind but so is there music. and it seems like these guy would also put on a kickass live show. if you get the chance too, see these guys live, and buy this cd.
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By omar r.
Format:Audio CD
This album is *awesome*. Everybody needs to own this. The group is two guys: a drummer and a bassist. There are little samples thrown in around the songs, but most of the time it's just drums and a loud, way overdriven bass guitar. The sound could be described as stagnant through the album, but they use so many different melodies and techniques that it's easy not to care. This is a great album to work to with all the energy in it.
DFA 1979's next album will actually be three seperate albums.If they're anything like this one, three may not be enough.
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