Heads Up (Death from Above 1979 EP)

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Heads Up
EP by Death from Above
Released December 15, 2002 and May 5, 2005 (reissue)
Recorded September 11, 2001 through September 11, 2002 at Kimagure Sound
Genre Indie rock
Noise punk
Length 13:51
Label Ache Records, Last Gang
Producer Al-P
Death from Above chronology
Heads Up
Romantic Rights EP
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AbsolutePunk.net (83%) link
Punknews.org 4.5/5 stars link
Fakejazz.com 8/12 stars link
Semtex Magazine 8/10 stars link

Heads Up is Toronto duo Death from Above 1979's debut recording, a six song EP released by Vancouver label Ache Records on December 15, 2002. It was later re-issued because of the success of their first full-length album, You're a Woman, I'm a Machine. The original press run was 1004 copies; 200 on clear and the rest on black vinyl, and the reissue was 2000 copies on black vinyl.

At the time of the release of this EP, the band was still simply known as Death From Above but following the release of their debut album, DFA Records issued a cease and desist letter requiring them to change their name.

On the original pressing, an incorrect URL for the band's website was given, and both releases list the song "Too Much Love" as "To Much Love".

Crystal Castles sampled Dead Womb on their song "Untrust Us".

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Dead Womb"   2:06
2. "Too Much Love"   1:48
3. "Do It!"   2:30
4. "My Love Is Shared"   1:51
5. "Losing Friends"   3:01
6. "If We Don't Make It We'll Fake It"   2:36


Death From Above
Additional personnel

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