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"Human After All" is the third studio album by French duo Daft Punk, first released on March 14, 2005 internationally and a day later in the United States. With it, Daft Punk apply Minimalism and rock music to their French house musicstyle. It received mixed reviews noting its reported six-week creation, which is particularly short compared to previous albums Discovery and Homework.


The Japanese edition of the album artwork features a quote from Daft Punk stating: "We… read more



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  • Avatar for ad0lfo13
    Far from their best, but definitely underrated. [2]
  • Avatar for MoogInRow
    I find myself listening to this on and off, its got some great ideas but unfortunately the final product is a bit too monotonous to be listenable on a regular basis.
  • Avatar for HaohmaruRocks
    the first chill cd
  • Avatar for JPsartre
    this album' s #100 song on my list ... human after all
  • Avatar for Amanethis
    I actually like this album. Even if it isn't their best one, it doesn't mean it's shit. [2]
  • Avatar for AcousticDJ
    The first two tracks at least build towards something, everything else is monotonous.
  • Avatar for ChrisFallout
    @frozen-lake Exactly. My sentiments exactly.
  • Avatar for LightningSpike
    Can't believe I hated this album at one point... It's just as groovy as Discovery imo, just in a much less poppy way.
  • Avatar for ChrisFallout
    I can get the hate this album has but I think it's far from a horrible release by the group. Granted it doesn't hold it's own against Homework or Discovery or even RAM because they're so polished but I think this album does have its own merits. When you consider it took only 6 weeks as opposed to the years of other albums I think it's a decent album. Competent and harshly criticized because of how amazing the previous 2 albums were. It's an entirely different concept and approach to the process. It also has several of my favourite songs on it.
  • Avatar for donotcurseatme
    Far from their best, but definitely underrated.

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