It is simpler and darker than "Discovery. There are few albums in the recent past that I find myself thinking about the day, wishing I was listeing to it.
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It works on both a "headphone" level as well as purely in the background. I honestly can't put into words why this album has taken a hold of me as it has. But if you go into this not expecting "Discovery Deux" it becomes an extremely addictive and ultimately rewarding album. Whereas "Discovery" was the consolidation of 30 years of dance music into one cohesive brilliant statement, "Human After All" is future music. It's uncomprimising and like nothing you've really heard before. Brilliant in both its simplicity and complexity, the album confounds in the best of ways and presents plac ein music where computers begin to have emotion.
Daft Punk delivers yet again with a stylus of music that can both recede into your background subconscious and at the same moment push itself Daft Punk delivers yet again with a stylus of music that can both recede into your background subconscious and at the same moment push itself forward until it is all that fills your head, blasting its technatronic melody into your unprotected face.
It's ironic humor and robotically produced structure is as enjoyable as it is intriguing.
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If computers could make music, it would be Daft Punk. When i heard this album for the first time i couldn't believe how bad it was. I felt like daft punk became lazy. Now, after listening to this When i heard this album for the first time i couldn't believe how bad it was. Now, after listening to this for a few more times, my opinion radically changed and i actually see this as one of the best albums i've ever heard.
It's not all good though; take "steam machine" for example.
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You've heard enough already before the beat kicks in. It's the same with "the brainwasher". But it's the masterpieces that make this album so great. And with masterpieces, i'm talking about song like the title track, "technologic" and "prime time of your life". They've really grown to me now. What i like as well, is that everything sounds so spontaneous.
Behind all the robotic effects, it sounds more human than anything i hear on the radio right now. They only thing i don't like, is that it's so short. Come on, i wanted more of this awesomeness! Discovery should be left you know, it is good. Discovery should be left as something that is completely unique and on it's own. In all its metallic, cold, crunchiness, Human After All, which was considered to be one of the most anticipated, yet disappointing albums of In all its metallic, cold, crunchiness, Human After All, which was considered to be one of the most anticipated, yet disappointing albums of and in the EDM community overall, there's meaning -- or should I say purpose -- to be found here.
Now it's almost been a decade since its release, and Daft Punk have since produced for the Walt Disney film Tron: Legacy and made one of the most memorable, critically acclaimed of s thus far, Random Access Memories. And maybe because of that, time has been moderately kinder to this electronic "dud".
After all, Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homen-Christo -- calling them by name since I'm an adoring fan myself -- intended for the album to have a robotic perception of what "being human" means.
It's virtually devoid of any lyrics aside from the often grating repetition of the song's names, respectively , so we're left with the music. And the results are hit-or-miss. And the worst being "Robot Rock", one of Daft Punk's laziest use of sampling to date and a poor sequel to "Aerodynamic". However, one treasure or at least by this album's standards exists: "Make Love", an appealing, soothing throwback to their Discovery days; it's the album's "breather".
So all-in-all, it's not by any means a very good album and it's justifiable for whomever finds it quite the opposite. For any Daft Punk fan, they've learned to at least commend its existence. Daft Punk are "Human After All" -- totally called for -- they're inclined to make flaws. Even robots do that every now and then. The French duo Thomas Bangalter and Guy Manuel De Homem-Christo are definitely two of the most gifted men in electronic music and proved it with practically every one of the 14 songs on Discovery which made all reasonable listeners want to hear more.
Why is that? Not more than 2 freaking weeks were dispensed on the production of Human After All and as with most albums that are made in such a short spell, the audience can notice that very clearly. Lyrics are sparse and intelligent lyrics even sparser, but they probably thought that Technologic, one of the four songs released as a single, would compensate that with what are likely more words than all other Daft Punk songs combined.
The best parts about all of the songs are the beats, a subject in which Daft Punk has always been elusively good, and they admittedly impressed me the first time I head them. Augh, it's terrible.
source url Daft Punk set a pretty high standard with their previous two albums I feel like Daft Punk is laughing at me and everyone else who bought this record. Every song is just a repetitive mess that I could have put together in 3 minutes with Protools, and feels especially shoddy given the fact that Daft Punk had years to work on this thing. Instead, they spent 6 weeks on it Essential Links. By Metascore By user score. Buy it, use it, break it, fix it, trash it, change it, mail, upgrade it Charge it, point it, zoom it, press it, snap it, work it, quick erase See the rest of the song lyrics.
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