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What’s Your Favourite Daft Punk song?


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1 hour ago, Shoes said:

Digital Love.

 

One More Time > Aerodynamic > Digital Love > Harder Better is a hell of a way to open an album. Goddamn.

 

o/\o

 

Discovery is still one of my favourites, and that strong start has a lot to do with it. :wub: 

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Strong start? The quality barely dips from start to finish! I’ve had Discovery on in the car on repeat since posting this and it’s still fantastic.

 

Aerodynamic holds a special place in my heart for being the first record I ever played outside of my bedroom. Something About Us brings back happy memories as we used it at our wedding. High Life and Voyager are prime French House cuts. Face to Face is another classic - and features in one of my all time fave DJ mixes (Fabric31 by Cut Copy). 

 

But if I was hard pressed to pick just one Daft Punk song to keep, it would have to be One More Time. There’s something special about that track. I can’t say what, it just has that magic ingredient. 

 

 

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I really like Contact off the recent album.

 

But I don't know how you pick a favourite. Around The World, maybe?

 

On 19/04/2019 at 19:58, Shoes said:

One More Time > Aerodynamic > Digital Love > Harder Better is a hell of a way to open an album. Goddamn.

 

That's definitely my favourite sequence they've made.

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On 19/04/2019 at 19:58, Shoes said:

Digital Love.

 

One More Time > Aerodynamic > Digital Love > Harder Better is a hell of a way to open an album. Goddamn.

 

Digital Love is ace!

 

Last night I had to clean the bathroom...

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Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger is my go to these days, but it’s too obvious a choice isn’t it? I have a lot of time for Rollin’ & Scratchin’

 

I lived with a DJ when homework was released, spent far too many hours getting high listening to him weave the tunes from that album over obscure french pop and balls to the wall disco from the 70s, so much love for the first couple of albums. 

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