supported by 4 fans who also own You're not a machine. I streamed this album for free until Bandcamp would no longer let me. "Hard Working Man" was my jam. Finally I bought the entire Andras discography; what a bargain! This music is so comforting and uplifting. Stereo Dunnies" has since stolen my heart with its slo-mo underwater breakbeat.
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You're a Woman, I'm a Machine is the debut studio album by Canadian rock duo Death from Above (then known as Death from Above 1979). 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.
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 purge over, DFA79 end You're a Machine with two responses to this draining ordeal. The first is the sex-furious, self-explanatory graphic fete "Pull Out"; the second, "Sexy Results", is about getting back to the prowl, and it's the best dance-punk song since the late genre's untimely death earlier this year. There's the obligatory French introduction, there's cowbell, there's handclaps, and the lyrics put Nic Offer's "what did George Bush say when he met Tony Blair?" hook to shame.
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You’re a Woman, I’m a Machine Lyrics. Take what you want My head is full Take what you need My price is good You want it all Just like you should Your thoughts are pure Just like they should Be what you want You want it all I've seen it once I've seen it all. Now that it's over this weight is off my shoulder Now that it's over this weight is off my shoulder Now that it's over I love you more and more Now that it's over I love you more and more.
Preoccupation with the opposite sex provides some of You're a Woman, I'm a Machine's strongest moments, from Grainger's "I don't need you/I want you" clarification on "Romantic Rights" to the frenetic late-album standout "Pull Ou. Other highlights include the title track's layered vocals and wiry punk revivalism, and the subtler "Black History Month," which is a nice break from the record's consistently jerking pace. In the 2000s, dance-oriented energy keeps creeping regularly into rock & roll
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