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Death From Above 1979
You're A Woman, I'm A Machine (Death from Above 1979)

By: Mike SOS

Drum and bass music is usually exclusive to the dance scene, but there's a twisted Canadian duo trying to change that perception. The band's name is Death From Above 1979, and the 11-track release YOU'RE A WOMAN, I'M A MACHINE is a hard hitting, primal slab of rock 'n' roll stripped down to the bone. As experimental as a teenager at his first time in Chemistry Lab 101, this dynamic duo take rock music to new heights by subtracting all that extraneous guitar chatter and focusing in on the groove that makes your booty move, and damn if they don't keep those hips shaking. Tracks like "Little Girl" drip with raucous sex appeal, while the crash and burn dramatics of "Cold War" and "Going Steady" both displays the devilish stomp that scares the religious right. Hard rocking yet oh so simplistic, these guys are the embodiment of the old adage that sometimes less really is more.
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