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Death From Above 1979 - You're A Woman, I'm A Machine Album

Death From Above 1979 - You're A Woman, I'm A Machine Album
Title:
You're A Woman, I'm A Machine
Performer:
Death From Above 1979
Style:
Alternative Rock, Electro, Indie Rock
Released:
2004
Catalog:
Q2 00902
Country:
Canada
MP3 album size:
2589 mb
FLAC album size:
2432 mb
Genre:
Label:
Last Gang Records

Tracklist


1Cold War2:33
2Going Steady2:49
3Pull Out1:50
4Little Girl4:00
5Go Home, Get Down2:19
6Blood On Our Hands2:59
7Romantic Rights3:15
8Turn It Out2:39
9Sexy Results5:55
10Black History Month3:48
11You're A Woman, I'm A Machine2:53


Credits


  • Design, LayoutJFK
  • EngineerAl-P
  • Engineer [Montreal Sessions]Drew Malamud
  • Mastered ByJoao Carvalho
  • Photography ByEva Michon
  • ProducerAl-P
  • Written-By, Recorded By, Bass, SynthesizerJesse F. Keeler
  • Written-By, Recorded By, Drums, VocalsSebastien Grainger


Barcodes


  • Barcode (Text): 0 60270 09022 4
  • Barcode (Scanned): 060270090224
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L485
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI C801
  • Matrix / Runout: 01AX6<0031>Q200902


Companies


  • Copyright (c) – Last Gang Records
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Last Gang Records
  • Recorded At – Chemical Sound
  • Record Company – Studio Plateau
  • Manufactured By – RSB


Album


You're A Woman, I'm A Machine. Entertainment One U. It was released October 26, 2004, through Last Gang Records. The album was produced by Al-P who would later work alongside Jesse F. Keeler in the electronic music duo MSTRKRFT. You're a Woman, I'm a Machine was recorded from February to April 2004 at The Chemical Sound in Toronto. Additional recording was done at Studio Plateau in Montreal and the album was engineered. You're a Woman, I'm a Machine is an album by Canadian band Death from Above 1979, released on October 26, 2004 by Vice Records in the United States, Last Gang Records in Canada, and Victor Entertainment in Japan. It was certified gold in Canada in July 2006. Death From Above 1979. Death From Above 1979 - You're A Woman, I'm A Machine 2004. To favorites 5 Download album. Listen album. Indie Rock. Songs in album Death From Above 1979 - You're A Woman, I'm A Machine 2004. Death From Above 1979 - Turn it Out. Death From Above 1979 - Romantic Rights. Death From Above 1979 - Going Steady. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. Album 2004 11 Songs. In-the-red assaults like Turn It Out and Pull Out highlighted bassist Jesse Keeler and drummervocalist Sebastien Graingers post-hardcore pedigree, but with the synth-sweetened groove of Romantic Rights and the cowbell-clanking Sexy Results, the duo sculpted their marble-slab heaviness into deviously dissonant disco. Youre a Woman, Im a Machine. Released October 26, 2004. Youre a Woman, Im a Machine Tracklist. Turn It Out Lyrics. About Youre a Woman, Im a Machine. DFA1979s first record. Youre a Woman, Im a Machine Q&A. You're a Woman, I'm a Machine. Alternative Rock. This track is not available in Russian Federation - Learn more. 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. Summary: 'You're A Woman' is the first album for the Canadian duo of vocalistdrummer Sebastien Grainger and bassist Jesse F. It's a drum 'n' bass album in the literal sense of the term, as those are the only two instruments aside from a very infrequent synthesizer on the record. Record Label: Vice, Atlantic. Genres: Indie, Rock. You're a Woman, I'm a Machine might be the best party record on this side of '79 that your local abandoned warehouse has ever seen. Read full review. You're a Woman comes as an unexpected and almost regrettable delight in that sense- it has the attitude, but possibly too much substance, for a true Vice Records release. This is high-gloss, feel-better noise-rock that balances riff-heavy micro-Sabbath bravado with a tenderness quite foreign to the current Providence-born noise scene of which DFA79 may not be considered to be their contemporaries after You're a Woman. This purge over, DFA79 end You're a Machine with two responses to this draining ordeal