Daft Punk

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Alive 1997
New - LP - RP1 113912
Sealed 2014 180gm Reissue Of Their 2001 Live Album. Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink. “Alive 1997 Reveals The French Duo Daft Punk As One Of The Brightest Entertainers In The Occasionally Stale World Of Album-Based Electronic Dance. True, Techno And House Djs Can Light Up A Crowd Like Few Others, But The Increasing Artist Slant Of Electronica Often Results In Push-Button Programming And Straight-From-DAT Live Performances, With Most Of The Heavy Lifting Relegated To The Lighting Supervisor And Effects Computers. This Brief Glimpse At Daft Punk's Live Show Circa 1997 (Their Major Breakout Year) Is A Tour De Force Of High-Energy Theatrics And Flair. Aside From The Pair Of "WDPK" Interludes, Alive 1997 Includes Only Three Tracks, But They're So Radically Different From Their Album Versions That They're Only Barely Familiar. The Duo's Biggest Hit So Far, "Da Funk," Is Stretched Out To 16 Minutes With A Start-And-Stop Improvisation Section That Brings The Crowd To A Peak, While "Rollin' & Scratchin'" Never Looks Back After Breaking Right On Through The Red-Line. An Energizing Document, Alive 1997 Is One Of The Few Live Records To Approximate The Excitement Of The Original Live Show.” – John Bush, AMG more
Alive 1997 + Alive 2007 Deluxe Box
New - LP - 0825646225354
Sealed 2014 Deluxe Limited Collector Edition Double Live Album Box Set With Custom Foil Hype Sticker On Shrink. Includes "Alive 2007" Pressed On Double 180gm White Vinyl, "Alive 1997" Pressed On 180gm Silver Vinyl, A Bonus LP Of "Alive 2007 Encore," A 52 Page Picture Book, An Alive 2007 VIP Pass Replica And A Slipmat. more
Alive 2007
New - LP - 791369
Sealed 2014 180gm 2LP Original Housed In A Trifold Cover. Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink. First Time Available On Vinyl. more
Used Import - PRL1-496065
2014 2LP Gatefold Cover Reissue With Custom Glossy Inner Sleeves. Techno/House/Electronica/Club/Dance Classic. more
New - LP - 0190296617164
Sealed 2022 2LP Gatefold Reissue. "Four Long Years After Their Debut, Homework, Daft Punk Returned With A Second Full-length, Also Packed With Excellent Productions And Many Of The Obligatory Nods To The Duo's Favorite Stylistic Speed Bumps Of The 1970s And '80s. Discovery Is By No Means The Same Record, Though. Deserting The Shrieking Acid House Hysteria Of Their Early Work, The Album Moves In The Same Smooth Filtered Disco Circles As The European Dance Smashes ("Music Sounds Better With You" And "Gym Tonic") That Were Co-produced By Dp's Thomas Bangalter During The Group's Long Interim. If Homework Was Daft Punk's Chicago House Record, This Is Definitely The New York Garage Edition, With Co-productions And Vocals From Romanthony And Todd Edwards, Two Of The Brightest Figures Based In New Jersey's Fertile Garage Scene. Also In Common With Classic East Coast Dance And '80s R&b, Discovery Surprisingly Focuses On Songwriting And Concise Productions, Though The Pair's Visions Of Bucolic Pop On "Digital Love" And "Something About Us" Are Delivered By An Androgynous, Vocoderized Frontman Singing Trite (Though Rather Endearing) Love Lyrics. "One More Time," The Irresistible Album Opener And First Single, Takes Bangalter's "Music Sounds Better With You" As A Blueprint, Blending Sampled Horns With Some Retro Bass Thump And The Gorgeous, Extroverted Vocals Of Romanthony Going Round And Round With Apparently Endless Tweakings. Though "Aerodynamic" And "Superheroes" Have A Bit Of The Driving Acid Minimalism Associated With Homework, Here Daft Punk Is More Taken With The Glammier, Poppier Sound Of Eurodisco And Late R&b. Abusing Their Pitch-bend And Vocoder Effects As Though They Were Going Out Of Style (About 15 Years Too Late, Come To Think Of It), The Duo Loops Nearly Everything They Can Get Their Sequencers On -- Divas, Vocoders, Synth-guitars, Electric Piano -- And Conjures A Sound Worthy Of Bygone Electro-pop Technicians From Giorgio Moroder To Todd Rundgren To Steve Miller. Daft Punk Are Such Stellar, Meticulous Producers That They Make Any Sound Work, Even Superficially Dated Ones Like Spastic Early-'80s Electro/r&b ("Short Circuit") Or Faux-orchestral Synthesizer Baroque ("Veridis Quo"). The Only Crime Here Is Burying The Highlight Of The Entire Lp Near The End. "Face To Face," A Track With Garage Wunderkind Todd Edwards, Twists His Trademarked Split-second Samples And Fully Fragmented Vision Of Garage Into A Dance-pop Hit That Could've Easily Stormed The Charts In 1987. Daft Punk Even Manage A Sense Of Humor About Their Own Work, Closing With A Ten-minute Track Aptly Titled "Too Long."" AMG Review By John Bush. more
Used - LP - PRL1-496065
2014 2-LP Gatefold Repress. Comes With Two Inner Sleeves. Strongly Considered A Must Have From Critics And Fans Alike "Discovery" Holds It's Place In Electronic Dance Music And One Of The Most Sought After Albums Of The OO's. more
Get Lucky
New - 12 - 88883746911
Sealed 2013 180gm 12" Single With Custom Hype Sticker On Jacket. Features The 10 Minute Daft Punk Remix Of The Grammy Award Winning Record Of The Year. Also Features The Album And Radio Edits. more
Random Access Memories
New - LP - 8883716861-1
Sealed 2013 Original 180gm 2LP Gatefold With Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink. Includes 12" Booklet. Grammy Winner 2014-Album Of The Year. more
Random Access Memories
New Import - 88883716861
Sealed 2021 2LP Gatefold 180gm Reissue. more
Tron Legacy
New - LP - 5099909792012
Factory Sealed 2011 Very Limited 2LP Original Housed In A Glow In The Dark Gatefold Jacket. This Pristine Copy Is Low Number 0732. more
TRON: Legacy (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
New - LP - D001356101 ST01
Sealed 2022 2LP Repress, Housed In An Embossed Gatefold Jacket. Features Two Previously Unreleased Tracks. "The Game Has Changed" Is The Name Of One Of The Tracks On Daft Punk's Score To Tron: Legacy, And It Also Fits Thomas Bangalter And Guy-manuel De Homem-christo's Music For The Film. When It Was Announced That The Duo Would Score The Sequel To One Of Sci-fi's Most Visionary Movies, It Seemed Like The Perfect Fit: Their Sleek, Neon-tipped, Playful Aesthetic Springs From Their Love Of Late-'70s And Early-'80s Pop Culture Artifacts Like Tron. However, Tron: Legacy Takes A Much Darker, More Serious Approach Than The Original Film And Daft Punk Follows Suit, Delivering Soaring And Ominous Pieces That Sound More Like Modern Classical Music Than Any Laser Tag-meets-roller Disco Fantasies Fans May Have Had. Tron: Legacy's Legitimacy As A Score May Surprise Listeners Unaware Of Bangalter's Fine Work On 2003's Irreversible; While That Score Actually Hews Closer To Daft Punk's Sound, It Showed His Potential For Crafting Music Beyond The Duo's Usual Scope. Working With The London Orchestra, Bangalter And De Homem-christo Fuse Electronic And Orchestral Motifs Seamlessly And Strikingly. "The Game Has Changed" May Be The Most Dramatic Example: It Starts With A Wistful Wisp Of Melody That Sounds Like A Ghost In The Machine, Then Swells Of Strings And Brass And Buzzsaw Electronics Submerge But Never Quite Overtake It. Elsewhere, "Recognizer"'s Pulsing Horns And Synths And "The Son Of Flynn"'s Arpeggios And Strings Are So Tightly Knit That They Finish Each Others' Phrases. Daft Punk Get In A Few Clever Nods To Wendy Carlos' Tron Score, From "The Grid"'s Blobby Analog Synth Tones To "Adagio For Tron"'s Mournful Sense Of Lost Wonder. However, For Most Of Tron: Legacy, They're Concerned With Pushing Boundaries. It's Not Until The Score's Second Half That The Duo's More Typical Sound Emerges On "Derezzed"'s Filter-disco And On "End Of The Line," Where Witty 8-bit Sounds Evoke '80s Video Games. These Tracks Come As Welcome Relief From The Tension Daft Punk Ratchets Up On Almost Every Other Piece, Particularly "Rectifier" And "C.l.u." Encompassing The Past, Present, And Future Of Sci-fi Scores, Tron: Legacy Feels Like It Grew And Mutated From Its Origins The Same Way The Film's World Did. Without A Doubt, It's A Game-changer For Daft Punk." AMG Review By Heather Phares. more

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