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Editors’ Notes

Where Justice’s self-titled debut took a heavy metal approach to electronica, its long-awaited 2011 sophomore album plays with a palpable passion for bygone progressive rock. “Horsepower” opens with a cavalcade of vintage synthesizer tones interlocking with angular guitar lines, sounding like the robots from Daft Punk have kidnapped Rick Wakeman. But dance floor disciples need not fear; the Parisian duo of Gaspard Augé and Xavier de Rosnay delivers a disco-dappled standout jam in the following “Civilization,” where Ali Love provides androgynously sexy guest vocals. Vincent Vendetta of Midnight Juggernauts also lends layered vocal harmonies on “Ohio,” a lyrical reworking of David Crosby’s “Orleans” (replete with period-correct harpsichords) from If I Could Only Remember My Name. The funk foundation of “Helix” and the bookending title track similarly offer something for sweaty nights on the dance floor— especially the latter, which slowly builds into a bright and sunny club-friendly jam. It’s carefully structured throughout, to let the pop blueprint of verse-chorus-verse stand out above the labyrinthine arrangements.

Customer Reviews

Ewh!

A bit of a disappointment after Cross... Most songs are just that bit too weak without any huge hooks. Feels like a massive sideways step. I'm crying on the inside :(

Average

I bought this with high expectations due to justices' debut album, which was incredible. Sadly Audio, visual, digital, just didn't come close, it didn't really change alot from start to finish, most of the songs sound like one another. Listenable but slightly boring. A few good songs,but even they don't stand out, though the album isn't bad, just not what "I" expected after a 4 year wait.

WOW!

I'd just finished listening to the whole album and all i can say is WOW :D.

The first time i saw this was just looking at the preview and i was kind of let down, but! i bought the album and listened to each song and it was unbelievable. Either other people just don't like it or they aren't listening with the right equipment :D I WAS AMAZED!! Horsepower and Canon are my two favourites with beautiful synths, baseline and kits i also love the way Justice brings in orchestral to it i just love it! I highly recommend buying this album it will amaze you believe me ;)

Biography

Formed: 2003 in Paris, France

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Justice, a Parisian dance production duo comprised of Gaspard Augé and Xavier de Rosnay, generated an international buzz with "D.A.N.C.E.," a catchy single whose video and MP3 spread like wildfire across the Internet in summer 2007. Before "D.A.N.C.E." became an online sensation, Justice had released a couple singles ("Never Be Alone," "Waters of Nazareth") on Ed Banger Records, a Parisian dance label whose roster also includes DJ Mehdi, Mr. Flash, and Uffie. "Never Be Alone" (aka "We Are Your Friends")...
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