Album on Rotation Today—You’re a Woman, I’m a Machine by Death from Above 1979

Death From Above 1979: You’re a Woman, I’m a Machine Album Review | Pitchfork:

Even noise guys need break-up albums, records that can pull them out of their funk without making them feel like complete assholes– and simply put, Death From Above 1979’s second album and Vice Records debut, You’re a Woman, I’m a Machine, is the answer. The album title only hints at the viciousness with which this Toronto bass/drums/vox administers its own emotional purge.

One of those albums I listened to a million times in the mid-aughts, but it’s in the before time so Spotify has no idea I’ve even heard of it.


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