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The Physical World by Death From Above 1979

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Government Trash

Death From Above 1979

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Government Trash

Death From Above 1979

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Label: Last Gang/Warner Bros.
In 2004, this bass-and-drum duo split the difference between Queens of the Stone Age's low-rumble attack and dance-punk, keeping ambivalently misogynistic lyrics at bay with their unique and impressive crunch. Then they broke up. Ten years later, in a somewhat crunch-starved landscape, it's their melodies that impress, with the harmonically acute "Right On, Frankenstein" still yelping angst like "I don't wanna die/ But I wanna be buried/ Meet me at the gates of the cemetery!" The Physical World has plenty of riffs worth hearing again, but it's most relieving that they haven't mellowed.

About This Album

In 2004, this bass-and-drum duo split the difference between Queens of the Stone Age's low-rumble attack and dance-punk, keeping ambivalently misogynistic lyrics at bay with their unique and impressive crunch. Then they broke up. Ten years later, in a somewhat crunch-starved landscape, it's their melodies that impress, with the harmonically acute "Right On, Frankenstein" still yelping angst like "I don't wanna die/ But I wanna be buried/ Meet me at the gates of the cemetery!" The Physical World has plenty of riffs worth hearing again, but it's most relieving that they haven't mellowed.

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About This Album

In 2004, this bass-and-drum duo split the difference between Queens of the Stone Age's low-rumble attack and dance-punk, keeping ambivalently misogynistic lyrics at bay with their unique and impressive crunch. Then they broke up. Ten years later, in a somewhat crunch-starved landscape, it's their melodies that impress, with the harmonically acute "Right On, Frankenstein" still yelping angst like "I don't wanna die/ But I wanna be buried/ Meet me at the gates of the cemetery!" The Physical World has plenty of riffs worth hearing again, but it's most relieving that they haven't mellowed.