Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Death From Above 1979 'Youre A Woman,Im A Machine' 2003

It doesn't matter how Sebastien Grainger and Jesse F. Keeler met and formed the Toronto rock duo Death From Above 1979 (either on a pirate ship or in prison, take your pick). All that really matters is that they found a way to blend power rock and dance floor sensibilities, finally giving today's sound the swagger it's been missing. Their album,You're a Woman, I'm a Machine has enough blaring riffs, off-beat lyrics, intense rhythms, and strong hooks to satisfy anyone.
Thanks to everyone for supporting the music

DFA 1979 RIP.


1.Turn It Out

2.Romantic Rights

3.Going Steady

4.Go Home, Get Down

5.Blood On Our Hands

6.Black History Month

7.Little Girl

8.Cold War

9.You're A Woman, I'm A Machine

10.Pull Out

11.Sexy Results


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