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Today the Daft Punk album Random Access Memories will be played in full @shardview for its first major event since opening. #DaftPunkLDN

Source: [LINK]



Daft Punk released a new teaser video AND the album will be streamed tonight via iTunes. BBC Radio 1 will also reveal new tracks from the album at 7pm BST...which is 6am PST...which is now. o_O

iTunes Stream Proof: [LINK] [LINK]
BBC Radio 1: [LINK]

So we'll finally get to hear the fucking album in some form. It officially releases May 17th in Australia so the non-stream version should be online sometime in the next few days thanks to time zone differences.


Pitchfork will air some cover story about Daft Punk tomorrow.

Some reviewers didn't like it because they thought it sounded too...
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Really curious to hear the song Touch. It's probably the worst received song from the new album...which finally comes out May 17th in Australia so thanks to time zones, the album should definitely be online sometime in the next five days. I'm amazed (and disappointed) the album hasn't leaked yet.

I agree...except my patience levels are poor. -_-

Give Life Back to Music even worse quality. I only listened to 52 seconds of it because the quality was so poor.


Thanks to poor self control, I decided to listen to the leak. >_<


Hype decreasing? The leak of Giorgio by Moroder is difficult to judge because it's only around a third of the song and in terrible sound quality but from what we've heard, I really like it a lot.



An interview with BBC1 Radio will air tomorrow.

Well, they mentioned in past interviews that the keyboard work in the new album would be very influenced from '70s prog and some reviewers who heard Random Access Memories claim the album has a noticeable amount of prog influences. I'd link to sources for statements from reviewers, but I'm trying to avoid album reviews.

Some new interviews came out.

Daft Punk on EDM Producers, 'They're Missing the Tools': [LINK]
Daft Punk Is (Finally!) Playing at Our House: [LINK]

I'm beyond ecstatic that when they worked on Random Access Memories, Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon was looked upon as a model album. That's my favorite album of all time. :D Also, DJ Falcon has a very strong French accent. o_O I wish the latest episode of The Collaborators had subtitles.

New episode of Daft Punk's The Collaborators.

I like this episode more than the last two.

yeah but i don't want to download a bunch of music i don't want/won't listen to just to get my ratio up

You could just delete a lot of it at some point. Freeleech is the main reason my What.CD stats are so nice. I rarely ever participate it nowadays largely due to my lousy internet connection, but it's the best way to get your ratio up quickly.

Oh, I read that. He said he would get it on the 17th which is the day the album releases in a bunch of different countries. I would be absolutely shocked if the album didn't get on the web by then. Also, these are my What.CD stats.

    Up: 268.27 GB
    Down: 153.89 GB
    Ratio: 1.74
    Required: 0.60

What user claims he'll have a rip of the album on May 5th or the following day? I just searched the site and couldn't find his post or comment.

While I'd much rather see a CD rip make it onto the internet early, a vinyl rip would be good too. Curious about your source though.


Daft Punk explains at least a little from each of the thirteen songs from their new album. Surprisingly, there's only one electronic song on Random Access Memories. o_O Worth mentioning this was translated with Google Translator so some of this information might be inaccurate.


Fixed my link.


Daft Punk's new single reached #1 in 45 countries already for iTunes' charts.


I saw that video earlier and it made me laugh.


This "live performance" is hilariously bad. I can't believe this is even considered a live performance to anyone.

The radio edit of Daft Punk's Get Lucky has leaked. Some people feel it's fake because of a past interview, but the time length lines up closely with what's displayed on this page and the ending sounds so very Daft Punk.

I hope the album version is included with the single release, but it sounds unlikely because of the Amazon page...which is strange considering Daft Punk's history of including full versions of songs with their single releases.


You're correct. Columbia Records also conformed the track listing that was revealed a few days ago on some sites, though one of the tracks seem to have a different name depending on where it's listed. Sometimes track 10 is listed as Motherhood, while some claim it's called Motherboard. The video from Vine confirms it's Motherboard though. Strange how some sites got that name wrong.

They have revealed so much from that song now that I can't help but wonder...why the fuck hasn't the single released yet? I wouldn't be surprised if we've now heard like 50% of the song. Just release the damn thing as a single now, Christ...

I don't understand how someone could evaluate homework as better than discovery... for me discovery just has so much more good stuff than homework. I'm also sad that you don't like crescendolls or high life. Ive always thought high life was kind of a hidden gem on their second album, and there was a chunk of time when crescendolls was one of my favorite songs ever.

Different tastes I guess. I enjoy every song from Homework and love 11 of the 16 tracks from that album. Not only do I think it's an excellent album, but it's my favorite electronic album of all time.

What I love about homework is the first track, and how the groove through that carries throughout the album, especially in da funk. Besides those, revolution 909, and around the world, nothing else on that album is really that spectacular to me. Its got a few other cool moments, but for me their first album feels very choppy and experimental, while discovery feels outrageously polished in comparison.

No love for Rollin' & Scratchin' and Alive? D:

That said, I'm insanely excited for their new album, the little that we've heard from it is exactly what I want to be hearing. The entire feel of their marketing with the old-school-esque commercials/logos/etc is also so perfect to me. Plus I've always been a HUGE fan of nile rogers, as well as most of the other collaborators on the album. If some of them, or even just nile were to go on tour with them potentially, it would be the greatest.

It'll be interesting to see how they handle future tours. I would love to see them bring additional musicians with them.

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