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After a five-year break, Justice return with Woman, a feel-good frenzy of rock-funk-disco that demands to be turned up. It's in line with the French pair’s signature sound—an aggressive brand of dance-pop sometimes called the New French Touch—but feels more well-rounded than earlier projects. “Chorus” and “Close Call” are unexpected moments of seriousness, and “Randy” is electrifying yet soft. But the whole album is high on drama, which is the way Justice like it. They told Zane Lowe: “If every song could sound like the opening of a boxing championship when the guy enters the stadium... well, it would be great.”

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While good, this is their weakest album to date.

Cross and Audio, Video, Disco were two top notch albums. Cross went full electronica by mixing in heavy synths and a Daft Punk esque style into one awesome release. Audio, Video, Dicso was a good departure, letting the group explore prog rock in all of its glory, while still retaining the complicated arrangements found in the first album.
Woman seems like a simpler album and one that doesn't feel complete. There are a few standout songs, most notably the singles released prior to the album's launch, but the rest is simply ok. Although as a whole it's a good package, this is in my opinion, the weakest Justice album to date.

First Breakbot now JUSTICE!???

I'm reeling through emotions from days long since passed. Back when I used to scour Google Reader as if I was making reasonable wages to do so. A time when the French wizards at Ed Banger reigned supreme over my eardrums. I'm estactic. I'm ready to love again. Vive Ed Banger.




Cross and the anomaly it is.

This album is just very dull. That's how to describe it. Very soulless and dull. It seems many electro house artists have been turning to disco recently, like Justice and Wolfgang Gartner. The one thing that always gets to me is Cross. Cross is in my top ten albums of all time, my favorite songs off of the record being either Dvno or Stress. How can the same producers behind one of my favorite albums of all time make something so just... blah. This album is sort of like a cheeseburger from a diner in the middle of nowhere. While it isn't very good, it is at least something to eat, or in this case, something new from Justice to listen to.


Formed: 2003 in Paris, France

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Justice, a Parisian dance production duo comprising 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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Woman, Justice
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Electronic, Music
  • Released: Nov 18, 2016

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