You're A Woman, I'm A Machine

Album Review of You're A Woman, I'm A Machine by Death from Above 1979.

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You're A Woman, I'm A Machine

Death from Above 1979

You're A Woman, I'm A Machine by Death from Above 1979

Release Date: Oct 26, 2004
Record label: Vice / Atlantic
Genre(s): Indie, Rock

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Death From Above 1979 makes their considerable racket with only bass, drums, and the occasional Moog squelch assist. This isn't a gimmick -- between Sebastien Grainger's frantic wail and the overdriven bass riffs of Jesse F. Keeler, the duo's You're a Woman, I'm a Machine pulses with a steady, sweaty energy that's punctuated with arena-sized hooks. "Blood on Our Hands" boils dance-punk nearly all the way down, leaving only a relentless hi-hat cymbal, while "Turn It Out" and "Cold War" churn on double-time rhythms and rudimentary, yet completely effective bass runs.

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