”Daft Punk Is Playing at My House” is no longer playing at my house. Yes, my ass shook along as that unlikely hit grooved LCD’s 2005 eponymous full-length debut all the way to two Grammy nominations. But a couple years will mellow ya, as Soundsystem guru James Murphy can attest. While Sound of Silver still delivers terrific buzzy dance-space jams (e.g., single ”North American Scum”), it also contains wispy hints of New Order and Bowie (”Someone Great,” ”New York I Love You”), and Murphy’s best song-making efforts to date. A-
Sound of Silver''Daft Punk Is Playing at My House'' is no longer playing at my house. Yes, my ass shook along as that unlikely hit grooved LCD's 2005 eponymous...Sound of SilverElectronic''Daft Punk Is Playing at My House'' is no longer playing at my house. Yes, my ass shook along as that unlikely hit grooved LCD's 2005 eponymous...2007-03-16
Genre: Electronic; Producer (group): Capitol
Posted March 16 2007 — 12:00 AM EDT
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