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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
25646640324 Justice (3) Audio, Video, Disco.(CD, Album) Ed Banger Records, Because Music 25646640324 France 2011 Sell This Version
4670001542920 Justice (3) Audio, Video, Disco(CD, Album) Никитин 4670001542920 Russia 2011 Sell This Version
BEC5161063 Justice (3) Audio, Video, Disco(CDr, Album, Promo) Because Music, Ed Banger Records BEC5161063 France 2011 Sell This Version
none Justice (3) Audio, Video, Disco.(12xFile, AAC, Album, 256 + 2xFile, MPEG-4 Video) Ed Banger Records none US 2011
none Justice (3) Audio, Video, Disco.(12xFile, FLAC, Album) Ed Banger Records none France 2011
2564663282 Justice (3) Audio, Video, Disco.(2xLP, Album + CD, Album) Ed Banger Records, Because Music 2564663282 France 2011 Sell This Version
BEC5161064 Justice (3) Audio, Video, Disco.(2xLP, Album + CD, Album + Ltd) Ed Banger Records, Because Music BEC5161064 France 2011 Sell This Version
528522-2 Justice (3) Audio, Video, Disco.(CD, Album) Ed Banger Records, Because Music, Elektra 528522-2 US 2011 Sell This Version
WPCR-14233 Justice (3) Audio, Video, Disco.(CD, Album) Because Music, Warner Music Japan WPCR-14233 Japan 2011 Sell This Version
2 643882 Justice (3) Audio, Video, Disco.(CD, Album) Because Music, Ed Banger Records 2 643882 Canada 2011 Sell This Version
2564664388, 825646643882 Justice (3) Audio, Video, Disco.(CD, Album) Ed Banger Records, Because Music, Ed Banger Records, Because Music 2564664388, 825646643882 Europe 2011 Sell This Version
BEC5161063 Justice (3) Audio, Video, Disco.(CD, Album) Ed Banger Records, Because Music BEC5161063 France 2011 Sell This Version
2564664389 Justice (3) Audio, Video, Disco.(CD, Album) Ed Banger Records, Because Music 2564664389 Brazil 2011 Sell This Version
2564-66438-8 Justice (3) Audio, Video, Disco.(CD, Album) Ed Banger Records, Because Music 2564-66438-8 Argentina 2011 Sell This Version
2564664388 Justice (3) Audio, Video, Disco.(CD, Album) Ed Banger Records, Because Music 2564664388 Australia 2011 Sell This Version
none Justice (3) Audio, Video, Disco.(CDr, Album, Copy Prot., Num, Promo) Because Music, Ed Banger Records none UK & Europe 2011 Sell This Version
HSU-10195 Justice (3) Audio, Video, Disco.(CD, Album) Because Music, Hostess Entertainment Unlimited HSU-10195 Japan 2018 Sell This Version

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Thermospore

Thermospore

November 18, 2018
edited 7 months ago
referencing Audio, Video, Disco., 2xLP, Album + CD, Album + Ltd, BEC5161064
Unreasonable amount of mistracking on this pressing. Guess it could be my setup, though I do have a nice cart laser aligned with a geodisc. I typically get little to no mistracking. This coupled with the other comments here lead me to believe this is just a poor cut? Good thing it comes with a CD... I'm just gonna go ahead and tell myself they cut the album to mistrack on purpose for aesthetic/nostalgia purposes lol
moro979

moro979

February 6, 2018
referencing Audio, Video, Disco., 2xLP, Album + CD, Album + Ltd, BEC5161064

Found out in the comment section that I am not the only one with a bad pressing... So sad because I love this album
Barf_LoneStarr

Barf_LoneStarr

September 14, 2017
referencing Audio, Video, Disco., 2xLP, Album + CD, Album + Ltd, BEC5161064

My pressing sounds terrible. (And here are six extra words)
Catatonic

Catatonic

August 15, 2016
referencing Audio, Video, Disco., 2xLP, Album + CD, Album + Ltd, BEC5161064
I wonder how "limited edition" this really was, new copies of this edition (complete with the sticker saying limited edition) still seem widely available.
GreyHexagon

GreyHexagon

March 27, 2016
referencing Audio, Video, Disco., 2xLP, Album + CD, Album + Ltd, BEC5161064

Great album. The vinyl edition may sound like your speakers are killing themselves. This is deliberate.
Risingson

Risingson

May 17, 2012
edited over 6 years ago
referencing Audio, Video, Disco., CD, Album, 25646640324
Short review: misunderstood album, after the cross hit, because here Justice do something a bit different: making a parody and an homage, at the same time, to the best and worst 70's sounds, hard rock and AOR (and of course with some modern dance beats). Daft Punk hinted those homages with the Supertramp keyboards in "Discovery", but here Justices embrace the sound, unashamedly, with no complexes, and recover the melodrama that was most feared in albums from Journey, Jefferson Starplane or Toto. I found it brilliant, catchy and with a bit of tenderness, but as those 70s sounds are still so demonized, it is no surprise that the album was so coldly received.
jiggawhat

jiggawhat

April 29, 2012
referencing Audio, Video, Disco., CD, Album, 25646640324
I attempted to write a review of this album twice, the first time I lost what I was writing accidentally, the second, my computer crashed. Given that I was about to trash this garbage pop-rock album, and that Justice's logo is a cross, perhaps powers from above were at work?

But seriously...this has nothing to do with dance music, and I have no clue why everyone compares Justice to the much more talented Daft Punk.
DrWierdIsMyMomma

DrWierdIsMyMomma

October 28, 2011
edited over 7 years ago
referencing Audio, Video, Disco., CD, Album, 528522-2

Finally Justice's second album! Well, a bit disappointed.

This is coming from someone who wasn't a huge fan of their debut album. I liked it, but it felt too monotone. This new album shares that same problem. In this new album Justice tries a different, more light, tone. This album fuses together House, Electronic, a bit of funk, alternative, and somehow, 70s/80s rock. It's crazy, but a few tracks in this album remind me of 70s/80s rock album-esqe tracks.

The new album opens with a track called "Horsepower" which doesn't sound like an album intro, but an intro to "Civilization" the next track. The first single and one of the best songs on this album. Great mix of rock and electronic. From then on we get a couple of mediocre, lack luster tracks like "Ohio","Brianvision", and "Parade". But you do however get some good, hit hard tracks like "Canon (Primo) and Canon" [which i think is a cheap spoof of "Phantom Pt 1 & 2" from their first album], "On'n'On", "New Lands" and "Helix". The biggest confusion is their decision to put the title track at the end of the album. I always hate it when group either use their title track at the beginning or the end of the album. Plus, I heard the single version and was disappointed at how muddy it sounded and never gave me the bass I wanted. Well, the album version does the track justice. It adds a minute and half to the end where you finally get the bass you were wishing for.

Overall its a pretty good album, the vocals, and instruments get monotonous, but i guess that's just their thing. Lacks flow. A lighter version of Cross it is. A replacement, not even close. 3 out of 5