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Daft Punk's full-length debut is a funk-house hailstorm, giving real form to a style of straight-ahead dance music not attempted since the early fusion days of on-the-one funk and dance-party disco. Thick, rumbling bass, vocoders, choppy breaks and beats, and a certain brash naiveté permeate the record from start to finish, giving it the edge of an almost certain classic. While a few fall flat, the best tracks make this one essential.
- Release Date:
- Parlophone (Wea)
Performance CreditsDaft Punk Primary Artist
Technical CreditsDaft Punk Contributor
Thomas Bangalter Composer,Producer,Art Direction,Concept
Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo Composer,Producer,Art Direction,Concept
Serge Nicolas Artwork
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Having this cd in my collection for a number of years I've come to regard it as a very reliable friend. When I know that I need an album that creates all the right emotions for a right good head nod session, this is the one I still go for. I would say that it holds tighter as an album, than the recently released, Discovery. The beats are raw and totally thumping in places, while holding together a certain Daftpunkness about it all. Still one my favourite house tracks of all time is Revolution 909, and it's on this album that I find it. Go figure.
THIS CD IS AWESOME, ALONG WITH DISCOVERY, DAFT PUNK IS THE BEST.
daft punk is the best!! and this album rocks!!!