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Human After All

Artist: Daft Punk

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Label: Virgin
Album: Human After All
# Song Title   Time
1)    Human After All
2)    Prime Time of Your Life, The
3)    Robot Rock
4)    Steam Machine
5)    Make Love
6)    Brainwasher, The
7)    On/Off
8)    Television Rules the Nation
9)    Technologic
10)    Emotion
11)    [CD-Rom Track] [Multimedia]

Performer Notes
  • Daft Punk: Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo, Thomas Bangalter (various instruments).
  • Personnel: Daft Punk (guitar).
  • Recording information: 09/13/2004-11/09/2004.

Professional Reviews
Uncut (p.99) - 4 stars out of 5 - "It has everything you've come to expect from a Daft Punk album - innovation, cracking tunes, a palpable sense of its own absurdity - but this time the whole shebang's cranked up to 11."

Alternative Press (p.138) - 4 out of 5 - "[T]he French duo pay cheeky tribute to the glory of repetition, android techno, distorted Roland 303s, robotic funk and vocodered singers intoning titles ad absurdum here."

Mojo (Publisher) (p.89) - 4 stars out of 5 - "HUMAN AFTER ALL strips out the most flamboyant frills to create a more incisive sound. Some of it is tough and forgiving....And some is pure pop plastique, all gloss and sheen..."

Format:CD (0 Disc); Stereo
Studio/Live: Studio
Release Date:14 March, 2005

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Matthew Morgan on
Daft Punk's third album 'Human After All' has nothing on previous efforts 'Discovery' and 'Homework'. It's all monotonous electro-punk, and tracks like 'Robot Rock', 'Technologic' and 'Emotion' will really test your patience. A disappointing return to the music scene by former great house producers. Invest in 'Discovery' and 'Homework', which despite their age, still sound a million times more vibrant than this.
diver dan on
this album for me is one of the better dance albums to be made recently it has a very loud and obnoxious sound to it that hasnt really been matched by anything so far. has some great tracks on here like pretty much every track and is a record that will rattle your walls and break your glasswware and probably anything else you got in your house.
Heather Gifford on
this is a pretty good daft punk cd, for all those fans out there who like their electronica beats and rock anthems. while some of the noises at the start of the song human after all get on my nerves, i still quite like the song, though it is a lot too repetitive for my liking. an average cd, bit boring at times.

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