Death From Above 1979


the fact that no one has commented on this duo. . .makes me think that there is something terribly wrong with the world as we know it. . .

i never knew that two guys. . .a bass guitar. . .and drums. . .could be so mind bogglingly good. . .dfa1979 completely blew me away. . .

feel my excitement. . .FEEL IT!

>>By drowninginflame   (Friday, 14 Jan 2005 17:58)

well, there is the White Stripes. Jack and Meg are a powerful duo as well.

'I FEEL YOU'...i was quite shooken up when i first heard and saw their video. would like to see them live.

>>By giambotta   (Wednesday, 2 Feb 2005 05:09)

i saw them live in toronto today......fucking awesome!

>>By c-Bot   (Sunday, 31 Jul 2005 05:40)

I saw them on Conan one night, and they stuck with me for some reason, I was hoping to learn more here...

>>By Sknab   (Wednesday, 3 Aug 2005 01:28)

i might even stay for NIN when they show up in Cowtown. ya'll gotta hear whitey houston as well. another duo that seriously rocks. they're outta Dedmonton.

>>By hootch   (Tuesday, 1 Nov 2005 19:56)

Thank god these guys are paving the way for raw rock. I think we are all getting a little tired of the "emo" crowd. This was the next progression after a full meal of "The Desert Sessions" by Josh Homme and QOTSA and James Murphy's "LCD Soundsystem".

I'm starting to hear them at some Chicago bars.

Drowninginflame: It just means your ahead of the curve.

>>By Johnny L   (Thursday, 2 Feb 2006 15:40)

Yeah these guys are awesome...

>>By Sk8a H8a   (Thursday, 2 Feb 2006 16:00)

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