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Daft human
Band
Daft Punk
Label
Virgin

There's some awesome vocoded fun on this new Daft Punk album but there's some pretty shameful mediocrity at work too. The album suffers from a lack of editing (or inspiration) and too long a running-time given the quality of the material.



Opener and title track Human After All is pretty danceable and rocking and good, followed by Prime Time of Your Life, which is also very pleasant. Robot Rock is probably the best song on the album with some incredibly sleazy synthesizers backed up by some super sleazy hard rocking guitars. Delightful!



After these first three songs though, things start to go downhill wickedly. The album rallies a bit with Television Rules The Nation, and Technologic but Daft Punk could have probably dropped five tracks from the album and called it an EP.


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