Death From Above 1979 Romantic Rights
- Words: Alexander Posell
- Label: Last Gang
"Romantic Rights" is a violent piece of maniacal dance-rock; while most similar fusions lean in a punk/post-punk direction, DFA1979 (not to be confused with the Rapture‘s DFA) takes things a step further by metalizing their mixture. Questionable though this may sound, it actually works. The Alfonzo Falcone mix is the standout, honing the original‘s edge into a rising tower of force that can literally freak out a dancefloor (this has been hand-tested by the author). Solid.
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