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by Justice

Cross by Justice

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Cross

by Justice

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Label: Ed Banger/Because Music/Vice
This just isn't fair. The French already have the mighty Daft Punk, and now here come Justice, their fellow countrymen and natural successors, releasing this utterly superb debut. While Justice have continued DP's manifesto of merciless grinding, squelching, techno rock, their sound is cheekier and more pop, as in "D.A.N.C.E.," sounding like Sesame Street disco; "Valentine" like MSTRKRFT vs Supertramp; and the ferocious "Waters Of Nazareth" like you're being chased down the road by a roving gang of broken drum machines.

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This just isn't fair. The French already have the mighty Daft Punk, and now here come Justice, their fellow countrymen and natural successors, releasing this utterly superb debut. While Justice have continued DP's manifesto of merciless grinding, squelching, techno rock, their sound is cheekier and more pop, as in "D.A.N.C.E.," sounding like Sesame Street disco; "Valentine" like MSTRKRFT vs Supertramp; and the ferocious "Waters Of Nazareth" like you're being chased down the road by a roving gang of broken drum machines.

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About This Album

This just isn't fair. The French already have the mighty Daft Punk, and now here come Justice, their fellow countrymen and natural successors, releasing this utterly superb debut. While Justice have continued DP's manifesto of merciless grinding, squelching, techno rock, their sound is cheekier and more pop, as in "D.A.N.C.E.," sounding like Sesame Street disco; "Valentine" like MSTRKRFT vs Supertramp; and the ferocious "Waters Of Nazareth" like you're being chased down the road by a roving gang of broken drum machines.