You're a Woman, I'm a Machine
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Death from above return with another hell raising tour, as a lead into the 2 disc album 'You're a woman im a machine'. The Album features a bonus disc of 6 tracks and all the amazing videos. 679 Records. 2005.
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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.
-Blood On Our Hands
-Black History Month
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
DFA 1979's next album will actually be three seperate albums.If they're anything like this one, three may not be enough.
Most recent customer reviews
I bought this CD the day after I seen them open for NIN in Nov. I was so blowen away by Death From Above 1979. I couldn't belive all that noise came from a bass. Read morePublished on Oct. 31 2006 by mark gibbard
If you would like to read a thorough, insightful, and intellectual take on this album; head on over to www.track01. Read morePublished on Aug. 6 2005 by Rusty Shackleford
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... Read morePublished on July 26 2005 by WSJ
This album is noisy and it makes me want to dance. Is funky the right word? It is guitar driven, funny and the vocals are a unique ball of fuzz. Read morePublished on April 30 2005 by Shane