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Includes One Bonus Audio Track and Two Video Tracks.

1. Work On You
2. Easy Love
3. She's Good For Business
4. Paris
5. Looks
6. Street Justice
7. Bodywork
8. Neon Knights
9. Work On You (Para One Remix) (Bonus Track)
10. Work On You (Video)
11. Easy Love (Video)

Product Details

  • Audio CD (March 5, 2007)
  • Original Release Date: 2007
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced, Import
  • Label: Universal/Island
  • ASIN: B000IY03IW
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,800,809 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By EA Solinas HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on November 6, 2006
Format: Audio CD
No band ever completely dies. Whenever a band breaks up or a frontman expires, you can count on at least one new band to rise from the ashes a year or so later.

So when Death from Above 1979 broke up awhile ago, it was only inevitable that something like MSTRKRFT would show up sooner or later. I have no idea what the name means, but I know what their debut "The Looks" is full of -- Daft Punk-style dance music, as done by robots.

It opens with the funky, blippy rhythms of "Work on You," which slithers around computerized beats and solid drum machines. But what makes it stand out is the robotic voice repeating, "I'm gonna make you mine... I'm gonna make you mine..." It's a bit like being ravished by HAL.

That same sound continues in the discoey and rather repetitive "Easy Love." Fortunately the sound changes dramatically with "She's Good For Business," with the girl's vocals and the hard beats, followed by the fuzz-rocky "Paris."

The beat continues through the rather repetitive "Looks," which is a good dancepunky song, but is dwarfed by the vaguely hip-hoppish "Street Justice." This short album rounds off with the swirling beats of "Bodywork," and the kitschy-futuristic "Neon Knights."

If MSTRKRFT has a flaw, it's a simple one -- all the songs follow the same formula, and they rarely stray from it. After a little while, I started to wish that they would try out something different, just to vary their sound a little.

But I have to admit, they have a knack with some dancey beats. There's a retro dance flavour to their music, and the rigid confines and slightly nuts feeling add to its appeal. And they do vary the formula a little, with swirly beats and retro-disco experimentation.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By M. Meyer on July 21, 2006
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I must say, this album made me get up, throw multiple lightswitch raves, and then sit back down satisfied. Many say that it doesn't have enough to give. To some it doesn't, but I find it incredibly satisfying. If you are a Death From Above 1979 fan or just a fan of Jeese Keelers work, then I recommend it.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By JBizzle on August 7, 2006
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I'd heard of these guys before & had no idea they had an entire album out. I happened upon this gem by accident & let me just say WOW, I'm impressed. Other people are comparing these guys to the next Daft Punk & to be fare I suppose there might be a slight likeness to their music, but as a whole these guys have a sound all their own. As far as Daft Punk is concerned they haven't made any descent music since their 1st album(ya, I'm one of those guys that liked "Homework" better)and have been given far more credit than is deserved. There are 8 full length (meaning over 3/4 minutes, "THANK YOU!!!")tracks here, my favorites are #1 "Work On You" & #8 "Neon Knights", all are good though & anyone'll make your fanny shake. Any fan of electro house will totally dig this album, pure quality stuff!!
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Soccermum21 on July 21, 2006
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This new Album from MSTRKRFT is fantastic. Work on you is super and easy love just blew me away, I got it as a free download and have waited eagerly for the album. They are a fine successor of Daft Punk and I highly recommend this.
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At a club that I frequent, the DJ played "street justice" & I thought it was daft punk. Now I was never a fan of daft punk except for "around the world" & "stronger, harder, faster-breakers break remix" & thought finally they improved their musical skills. Got "human after all" but it did not seem to be it[although I think it is better than 2nd album]. Then someone handed me MSTRKRFT album it was the "sound" I was looking for. I loved all the tracks esp "work on you" but not "easy love" which was just okay.

I think this is the album that DaftPunk should have followed up w/ after "homework". You can see similarities to it & The Prodigy's "out-numbered/not outgunned" [which was more moody & less dance driven but definitely 80s influence]. In addition, the length was just right ie under 45minutes. Just as Van Halen albums left you wanting more, MSTRKRFT has done the same.

I hope that MSTRKRFT keeps the sound & not innovate too much ie become a house/euro techno band. I prefer my dance music to be "heavy" ie old chemical bros/the prodigy/Monkey Mafia aka Jon Carter. But they may have to in order to generate more cash & what's fashionable.

If you like this, listen to WHODINI's "back in black" & "escape" & DJ Afrika Bambataa from the 80s which is the sound being recycled..
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