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Album Review

Danish trio Who Made Who move along the post-punk revival continuum from approximately 1979 (all those recent bands who sound more than a little like early Gang of Four) to approximately 1981: the stiff angularity of the initial post-punk scene is softened into a disco-fied, synthed-out take on dance music, sometimes turning into a full-on kind of brittle white-boy funk. Think of A Certain Ratio, certain elements of early Thompson Twins and Duran Duran, the Au Pairs' Sense and Sensuality, and — yes — Songs of the Free-era Gang of Four, and you're about 80 percent of the way to Who Made Who. That extra 20 percent is all-important, however: rather than shamelessly mimicking this era of pop music à la the Rapture and !!!, Who Made Who use it only as a starting point for a set of catchy, danceable pop songs that aren't tied to any specific subcultural trends. This album is undeniably on the shallow and disposable side of dance-pop, no more made for long-term listening pleasure than the now largely forgotten early-'80s dance-pop hit "Papa's Got a Brand New Pigbag," but it's fluffy and superficial pop made with evident wit, care, and precision for maximum dancefloor appeal, and there's always room for that, no matter what decade it is.

Customer Reviews

Hej hej, Who Made Who?

Wonderful album by this Danish band that, in my opinion, tops what Scissor Sisters have been trying to do. This is not nearly as radio friendly an effort but I think it achieves the throwback to glam/post punk in a much more interesting way. I'd definitely recommend it for fans of the Sisters as well as Phoenix and the numerous bands they're all paying homage to from the 70s and 80s. If anything a great party album.


Its dance,punky,80's pop rock,and I love it.Its what American radio should be playig

idiots, i swear

just so the other person knows: this version of 'satisfaction' is a cover of the original, house, song by benni benassi...


Formed: 2003 in Copenhagen, Denmark

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Danish band WhoMadeWho play on the fringe of pop, working with the likes of Hot Chip and Digitalism while landing on vanguard labels like Gomma and Kompakt. Founded in 2003 in Copenhagen, the band is a trio comprised of Tomas Høffding (bass, vocals), Jeppe Kjellberg (guitar, vocals), and Tomas Barfod (drums). Their disco-punk style draws from a range of influences, among them 1960s psychedelia, 1970s stoner rock, 1980s post-punk, and 1990s electronica. Upon signing to the Munich-based Gomma label,...
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