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  • Vinyl (1 Nov. 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Warner/Reprise/Maverick
  • ASIN: B005MQ0RIC
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 243,230 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Marsha Davidson on 22 Aug. 2004
Format: Audio CD
Well, being a huge Glassjaw fan I just had to check out what Head Automatica were all about. And there's two words to describe them, funky beats. The blend of funky/dance/hip hop beats with rock elements is unique and interesting and Palumbo's voice sounds perfect over the top. There's even a little help from Tim Armstrong on the track 'Dance Party Plus'. 'Beating Heart Baby' and 'Plese Please Please (young hollywood) are personal favourites but this album is full of amazing tracks! This could have failed quite easily as a side project but I'm happy to say that in my eyes (and ears), It's pure geneius!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By "-_-david-_-" on 22 Feb. 2005
Format: Audio CD
After hearing that Head Automatica featured Daryl Palumbo of glassjaw and hearing the amazing 'beating heart baby' I had to buy this album. As other reviews have said this is nothing like glassjaw and is more funk and less hardcore. This makes a change from all those generic emo/hardcore bands out there and will hopefully broaden peoples taste in music.
However something different doesn't always mean something good, but this really is different and it really is good. The pace of the album varies keeping it exciting and the lyrics are extremley catchy along with the beats which wouldn't sound out of place on an N.E.R.D album. Palumbo is as good as ever and it is refreshing to hear him with a completely different style. It is also good to hear him with Tim Armstrong on 'Dance party plus' as they both have such different voices.
This album really does deserve five stars and is the best album i have bought for a while.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By sean paul mccann VINE VOICE on 26 July 2007
Format: Audio CD
head automatica are the brainchild of glassjaw vocalist daryl palumbo,he does vocals here as well,and while glassjaw can be classicfied as post hardcore or screamcore head automatica play disco rock,they came about as daryl has an interest in disco and britpop and felt he couldnt combine that with glassjaw so with the help of some friends head automatica came to be.
The band mix electronica with hip hop beats,funk and at times its very boggie,the structure of the bass and drums keep the feet going mad,and there are crazy organs and the guitars keep in line with rock and punk at times but this album doesnt want to tip its toes into metal although at times the guitars do rock like the proverbial.
Those who know glassjaw know that daryl has a corking voice,almost distinctive at times,here daryl works with his clean vocals and has a voice that is impossible not to warm too,his style suits the style of the music and thats why this works.
The album opens with the track 'at the speed of a yellow bullet' and right away you will have a sense that this will be a fun album and with the next two storming tracks,least of all 'beating heart baby' which once you hear you will never forget,all that is proved.The album never takes itself too seriously but all the while has the word infectiuos stamped throughout,'the razor' and 'disco party plus' came the standards from falling but like the majority of albums there is the odd wasted moment and here it happens on one song which doesnt have the quality of what else can be found here but thats a small dip in form,but for that you get ten tracks that are just great,and i mean that,for those that think panic at the disco are the kings at this then you better think again,this is the business.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By lust_and_lunacy on 16 Oct. 2005
Format: Audio CD
I bought this album after hearing the amazingly catchy 'beating heart baby.' Once hooked on the infectious sound of head automatica, I decided to go and buy this fine album Decadence. What a joyride of music! It's great in a rock scene full of angst and emo-ness to finally hear something you can dance to yet aren't ashamed to listen to. My favourite songs have to be beating heart baby, please please please and dance party plus. A lot of artists get clumsily stuck in the 'alternative' genre because no one wants to actually listen to the music and find a suitable label, but this really is alternative. It's rock, it's funk, it's disco and dance all rolled into one perfectly joyous album. This is a real shining star in the music scene today, and I urge everyone to go out and enjoy it, if only for the unbelievable 'beating heart baby.'
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Daniel M. Evans on 15 April 2006
Format: Audio CD
I only got to hear the Head Automatica album thorugh a friend at work and i'm so glad that he recommended it to me as its now one of my favourite albums!

Standout tracks:

Beating Heart Baby

Brooklyn is Burning

Dance Party Plus

Disco Hades II

This album is a great mix of rock/pop/dance and it works really well. Great riffs along with Darryl Palumbo's soaring vocals really catch the ear and just ask for repeated listening.

So buy this album!

Also, the new album 'Popaganda' is out June 6th and on the strength of the 4 songs i've heard on the Head Automatica MySpace page (inlcuding the fab new single 'Graduation Day'), there is no doubt that the second album will be up there with the quality of the first - 5 stars
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Robert A. Spacey on 29 May 2006
Format: Audio CD
Okay, let's get one thing straight. If you're into bland emo nonsense like Panic! at the disco, then you probaly aren't cut out for this. This is how proper dance-rock should be done.

Head Automatica take mixes of everything, from hip-hop to Northern soul, from Punk to Funk - it's all here.

It'd be easy to pick Beating Heart Baby as the stand out track, seeing as it's been the single n all, but really, tracks like "The Razor" and "Brooklyn is burning" show just what this odd assortment of musicians are capable of.

How anyone can dislike this album amazes me. Stupid people probaly won't like it, but then, this isn't emo.
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