Daft Punk ‎– Human After All

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Human After All 5:20
The Prime Time Of Your Life 4:23
Robot Rock 4:26
Steam Machine 5:21
Make Love 4:49
The Brainwasher 4:08
On/Off 0:19
Television Rules The Nation 4:46
Technologic 4:43
Emotion 6:57

Versions (27)

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724356356221, CDV 2996 Daft Punk Human After All(CD, Album) Virgin, Virgin 724356356221, CDV 2996 UK & Europe 2005 Sell This Version
ASW 63562 / 7243 5 63562 14 Daft Punk Human After All(2xLP, Album) Astralwerks ASW 63562 / 7243 5 63562 14 US 2005 Sell This Version
724356356214, LP-V 2996 Daft Punk Human After All(2xLP, Album, Gat) Virgin, Virgin 724356356214, LP-V 2996 Europe 2005 Sell This Version
635620-PRL2 Daft Punk Human After All(CD, Album) Parlophone 635620-PRL2 US 2005 Sell This Version
7243 5 63562 2 1 Daft Punk Human After All(CD, Album) Virgin Records, EMI 7243 5 63562 2 1 US 2005 Sell This Version
724356356207 Daft Punk Human After All(CD, Album) Virgin, Comp Music Ltd. 724356356207 Ukraine 2005 Sell This Version
724356356207 Daft Punk Human After All(CD, Album) Virgin 724356356207 Australia 2005 Sell This Version
724356356207 Daft Punk Human After All(CD, Album) EMI 724356356207 Canada 2005 Sell This Version
7243 5 63562 2 1 Daft Punk Human After All(CD, Album, Club) Virgin Records, EMI 7243 5 63562 2 1 US 2005 Sell This Version
0946312052 0 0 Daft Punk Human After All(CD, Album, Enh) Gala Records (5), Virgin 0946312052 0 0 Russia 2005 Sell This Version
724356356207 Daft Punk Human After All(CD, Album, Enh) Virgin, Parlophone 724356356207 France 2005 Sell This Version
VJCP-68735, 724356356207 Daft Punk Human After All(CD, Album, Enh, Sli) Virgin, Virgin VJCP-68735, 724356356207 Japan 2005 Sell This Version
7243 8 50033 25, CDRW88, FM 538 Daft Punk Human After All(CD, Album, Ltd) Virgin, Virgin, Virgin 7243 8 50033 25, CDRW88, FM 538 UK 2005 Sell This Version
7-7996-2168-0 Daft Punk Human After All(CD, Album, Sli) Virgin 7-7996-2168-0 China 2005 Sell This Version
OL 0277 Daft Punk Human After All(CD, Album, Unofficial) Virgin (2) OL 0277 Russia 2005 Sell This Version
F59497 Daft Punk Human After All(CD, Album, Unofficial) Not On Label F59497 Russia 2005 Sell This Version
none Daft Punk Human After All(CD, Album, Unofficial) Virgin (2), East Records (3) none Russia 2005 Sell This Version
7243 8 60962 2 7 Daft Punk Human After All(CD, Copy Prot., Promo, Album, Car) Virgin 7243 8 60962 2 7 France 2005 Sell This Version
7243 5 63562 0 7 Daft Punk Human After All(CD, Enh, Album) Virgin 7243 5 63562 0 7 Brazil 2005 Sell This Version
none Daft Punk Human After All(CDr, Album, Num, Promo) Virgin none US 2005 Sell This Version
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TOCP-54141 Daft Punk Human After All(CD, Album, Ltd) Virgin TOCP-54141 Japan 2013 Sell This Version
724356356221 Daft Punk Human After All(CD, Album, Enh, RP) Parlophone 724356356221 Europe 2014 Sell This Version
WPCR-80084 Daft Punk Human After All(CD, Album, RE) Parlophone WPCR-80084 Japan 2014 Sell This Version
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drummond.zach

drummond.zach

February 6, 2016
referencing Human After All, 2xLP, Album, Gat, 724356356214, LP-V 2996
I've noticed that there are two different releases of this record. Is the Virgin release or the Astralwerks version better? Or ar they both good?
Maximus909

Maximus909

February 23, 2014
edited over 2 years ago
referencing Human After All, CD, Album, Enh, RP, 724356356207
Is this really a repress? Because mine has a promo sticker on it "NEW ALBUM | Human After All" etc. implicating that it's an original release.
EDIT: I think the discs may have been switched :/
jkk45

jkk45

June 11, 2013
referencing Human After All, CD, Album, 724356356221, CDV 2996

A massive drop in quality after Discovery. Only 3 of the tracks are listenable to. The rest of the tracks are utterly terrible and have no interesting musical ideas whatsoever. Hopefully Daft Punk realized this was an experimental album and will be better with Random Access Memories
Cwb3811

Cwb3811

April 30, 2013
edited over 3 years ago
referencing Human After All, 2xLP, Album, Gat, 724356356214, LP-V 2996

I can't believe how many people think this album wasn't some of their best work. If they released an ep every six months with this kind of content your eyes would explode out of your sockets. People may be upset they didn't get another discovery but probably only because they make us wait so darn much before they show what they've been working on. I think history will show this as a masterpiece.
jiggawhat

jiggawhat

January 27, 2012
edited over 3 years ago
referencing Human After All, CD, Album, 724356356221, CDV 2996

There is some validity to the criticism that this was rushed and there isn't enough quality on it. Around 40% of the album is barely above average in terms of quality. It could have been better. Apparently it was recorded in only a few weeks, and it shows. You should probably skip this and go for Alive 2007. It makes this album redundant and it's an extremely polished release.
S3phiRotH

S3phiRotH

April 5, 2011
edited over 2 years ago
referencing Human After All, CD, Copy Prot., Promo, Album, Car, 7243 8 60962 2 7

Fantastic album...!!! Really...!!!
alexisthemanandrocks

alexisthemanandrocks

March 30, 2011
referencing Human After All, CD, Album, 724356356221, CDV 2996
here are all the samples known :

1. Robot Rock : Release The Beast by Breakwater

2. Human After All : Give Me all Your Lovin by ZZ Top & Rollin' by kool & The Gang

3. Technologic : Video Games by Ronnie Jones

4. The Brainwasher : Iron man by Black Sabbath
Xonic_64

Xonic_64

June 21, 2008
referencing Human After All, CD, Album, 724356356221, CDV 2996
With the highly successful release of Discovery, Daft Punk had really raised the expectations of what they were capable of.

Human After All sounds more like an experiment or demo than Discovery, but nonetheless it remains a very good album, despite the criticism, because of the many hidden social criticisms(such as towards TV-culture). It's arty, over-reptitive and minimalistic, and creates a sharp contrast to Discovery that I think cut the hearts of those who prefered Discovery.

Listen to this album without expectations and you won't be that disappointed. I did, and I actually loved this album when I heard it the first time. The melodies are basic and straight to the point, the lyrics are sparse and either vocoded or pitched. Human After All is not an album for everyone, so approach it with a certain caution.

It bites. Hard.
Charlesd

Charlesd

January 25, 2007
edited over 9 years ago
referencing Human After All, CD, Album, 724356356221, CDV 2996

I actually really love this album. I have several friends who have bought into the cult that this is Daft Punk's worst effort and refuse to even LISTEN to it, lest their ideals of Daft Punk's genius be tarnished forever.
What we actually have is just 10 tracks of fun and joy and everything that makes Daft Punk genuinely awesome.

Technologic seems to sum up everything about my IT Slave career and lifestyle.
On/Off and Television Rules the Nation just has a fat beat and solid groove.
Robot Rock goes all out and pulls out all the stops to deliver a shameless power house of a song.

I know people find a lot of songs on this annoying. The only song that annoys me at all is The Brainwasher, because it's a misguided off take on Iron Man by Black Sabbath which I truly love.

So it may not be as danceable as previous releases. But it's strength is in providing a new and interesting sound.

March 27, 2006
edited over 10 years ago
referencing Human After All, CD, Album, 724356356221, CDV 2996
A really poor effort from the 2 Parisians... I was shocked at the fact that instead of getting better from their release of "Discovery" (which had many famous songs, like "One More Time", "Harder, Better Faster, Stronger" and "Digital Love"), they got worse by turning back to the cheap production of music by using repetitive drum-loops with some robotic lyrics thrown in (ironic how the album is called "Human After All").

Hopefully this will never happen again. I hope the two have received an earlyu wake-up call to get a head start on their next album...