20 Daft Punk hits you have to listen to

28/02/2021
by DeepRhythm
After 28 years of hits that changed the world of electronic music, the French electronic duo “Daft Punk” broke up and left all their fans in shock, what is left for all of us is to remember the beautiful hits they leave behind, here are 20 hits of the French duo you must hear:
2001
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Daft Punk – Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger

“Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger” is a song by French duo Daft Punk, released in October 2001 as the fourth single from their second studio album Discovery. “Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger” is built around a “bouncy” keyboard riff sampled from the 1979 track “Cola Bottle Baby” by the funk musician Edwin Birdsong.[4] In 2016, Birdsong said: “I recorded [Cola Bottle Baby] 30 years ago, and here come some guys from France. I asked them, ‘Where did you find the music?’ And they said, ‘I was going through bins and it popped out.’ … I’m blessed and I continue to be blessed by opening my arms to God every day.”

2007
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Daft Punk – Crescendolls

“Crescendolls” is the fifth track from Daft Punk’s second studio album, Discovery. The name of the title is a reference to the protagonists’ band, The Crescendolls, from Daft Punk’s animated film Interstella 5555. The song would later be used in the 2006/2007 world tour, being mixed with “Television Rules the Nation”. The mix would later be featured in the live album Alive 2007

2007
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Daft Punk – One More Time

Daft Punk considered “One More Time” to be the link connecting Homework to Discovery.[6] The song was completed as early as 1998, where it remained “sitting on a shelf” until its eventual release in 2000.[7] It prominently features a vocal performance written and sung by Romanthony.[8] As stated by Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo, “we thought the funkiness of his voice fit the funkiness of the music.”[9] The song was considered an example of French house’s frequent use of audio filters, featuring heavily processed auto-tuned vocals. The album version of the track includes a two-minute breakdown.

2005
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Daft Punk – Technologic

“Technologic” is a song by French duo Daft Punk from the album Human After All. It was released as the second single on 14 June 2005. The music video for “Technologic” was directed by Daft Punk.

1997
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Daft Punk – Revolution 909

“Revolution 909” is an instrumental track from Daft Punk’s 1997 album Homework. It was released as the fifth and final single from the album in 1998. The music video for the track was directed by Roman Coppola.

2001
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Daft Punk – High Life

“High Life” is the eigth track from Daft Punk’s second studio album, Discovery. The song was the subject of a mass debate on the Internet over what was the sample used in the song, as Daft Punk did not credit the sample used amongst other samples used on Discovery. It was eventually found that a snippet of “Break Down for Love” by Tavares was utilized.

2001
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Daft Punk – Digital Love

“Digital Love” is a song by the French electronic music duo Daft Punk. It was released as the third single from the album Discovery on 11 June 2001 and reached number 33 in France, number 28 in Italy, and number 14 in the United Kingdom. As part of the album, the song is featured in the film Interstella 5555: The 5tory of the 5ecret 5tar 5ystem.

2001
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Daft Punk – Veridis Quo

“Veridis Quo” is the eleventh track by Daft Punk, from their second studio album Discovery, as well as its pseudo-title track. The title of the song can be read as ‘very disco’ which in turn says, ‘discovery’.

2005
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Daft Punk – Robot Rock

“Robot Rock” is the lead single from Daft Punk’s third studio album Human After All. The single was released initially on 11 April 2005 with a music video, directed by and featuring the duo, preceding the single’s release. While the single reached a moderately high chart position, many critics found the song overly repetitive when compared to songs from their other studio albums at the time. It features a sample of “Release the Beast” performed by Breakwater.

2010
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Daft Punk – Derezzed

“Derezzed” is an instrumental song written, produced and performed by Daft Punk for the soundtrack of the motion picture Tron: Legacy, available on the album of the same name. As a pre-order bonus for the album on the iTunes Store, “Derezzed” was released by Walt Disney Records as a single on December 8, 2010. It was remixed by The Glitch Mob and Avicii for the remix albums Tron: Legacy Reconfigured and Dconstructed. “Derezzed” was also included on a 4-track vinyl EP titled Translucence, released by Walt Disney Records.

2007
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Daft Punk – Aerodynamic

“Aerodynamic” is an instrumental track by Daft Punk, featuring a prominent guitar solo. The track was released on 28 March 2001 as the second single from the Discovery album. This is reflected in the structure of “Aerodynamic”, which is said to build up a funk groove, halt for a solo consisting of “metallic, two-hand tapping on electric guitar”, combining the two styles and ending with a separate “spacier” electronic segment.The solo elements were described playfully as “impossible, ridiculous Yngwie guitar arpeggios”, which reflect the fast arpeggiation common with violin parts in classical music. Bangalter acknowledged that “Some people might think that the guitar solos on ‘Aerodynamic’ are in bad taste, but for us, it’s all about being true to ourselves and not caring what other people would think.

1997
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Daft Punk – Around The World

“Around the World” is a song by the French electronic music duo Daft Punk. The song was written by the duo and released as the second single from their debut studio album, Homework (1997). It became a major club hit around the world and reached number one on the dance charts in Canada, the United Kingdom, and the United States. It also peaked at number one in Iceland and Italy. The song’s only lyrics are “around the world”. The music video was directed by Michel Gondry and choreographed by Blanca Li. In October 2011, NME placed it at number 21 on its list “150 Best Tracks of the Past 15 Years”.

2001
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Daft Punk – Voyager

“Voyager” is the tenth track from Daft Punk’s second studio album, Discovery. Like all songs from the album Discovery, the music video for “Voyager” is a scene from the film Interstella 5555: The 5tory of the 5ecret 5tar 5ystem, which features no dialogue, but rather songs from Discovery throughout the whole film.

2013
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Daft Punk – Give Life Back To Music

“Give Life Back to Music” is a song written and recorded by French electronic music duo Daft Punk for their fourth studio album, Random Access Memories. It is the opening track on the album. The song features lyrics performed by Daft Punk using vocoders. “Give Life Back to Music” also includes guitar work by Nile Rodgers and Paul Jackson, Jr., drums by John “J.R.” Robinson and keyboards by Chilly Gonzales. The song was distributed to radio stations on 31 January 2014 as the album’s fifth overall single and the final single from the album in 2014. Prior to this, it charted in France, Sweden, Switzerland, the United States and the United Kingdom. It proved to be Daft Punk’s last single as the lead artist, as the duo split in 2021. However, they were featured on the Weeknd’s 2016 singles “Starboy” and “I Feel It Coming”.

2001
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Daft Punk – Face to Face

“Face to Face” is a song by French electronic music duo Daft Punk, featuring vocals and co-production by American house music producer Todd Edwards. It was released as the fifth single from their 2001 album Discovery. Promotional 12″ singles were released for those who pre-ordered the 2003 remix album Daft Club, and a CD single containing a remix of the song by French producer Demon was released commercially. As part of Discovery, the song appears in the film Interstella 5555: The 5tory of the 5ecret 5tar 5ystem, and the section of the film in which the song appears serves as its music video. The song topped the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play chart in 2004.

2013
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Daft Punk & Pharrell – Get Lucky

“Get Lucky” is a song by French electronic music duo Daft Punk, featuring vocals by Pharrell Williams and co-written by the duo, Williams, and Nile Rodgers. It is the lead single from Daft Punk’s fourth and final studio album, Random Access Memories. Before its release as a single, “Get Lucky” was featured in television advertisements broadcast during Saturday Night Live, after which Rodgers and Williams announced their involvement in the track. Small excerpts also appear throughout the promotional video series The Collaborators. “Get Lucky” is a disco song with lyrics that, according to Williams, are about the good fortune of connecting with someone, as well as sexual chemistry. After it leaked in mid-April, the single was released as a digital download on 19 April 2013. “Get Lucky” has since received acclaim from critics, and has spawned numerous cover versions and parodies. The single reached the top ten in the music charts of over 32 countries, and has sold more than 9.3 million copies.

1995
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Daft Punk – Da Funk

“Da Funk” is an instrumental track by Daft Punk initially released as a single in 1995 and later included on their debut album Homework. “Da Funk” and its accompanying video directed by Spike Jonze are considered classics of 1990s house music. A reversed clip of “Da Funk” was also released on Homework as “Funk Ad”, which is the final track on the album.

2013
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Daft Punk ft. Julian Casablancas – Instant Crush

“Instant Crush” is a song written, produced, and performed by French electronic music duo Daft Punk and American musician Julian Casablancas. It was released as the fourth single from Daft Punk’s fourth studio album, Random Access Memories (2013), on 22 November 2013. It was number 58 on Rolling Stone magazine’s 100 Best Songs of 2013 list.

2013
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Daft Punk & Pharrell – Lose Yourself to Dance

“Lose Yourself to Dance” is a song by French electronic music duo Daft Punk, featuring vocals from American singer Pharrell Williams. The song was written by Daft Punk, Williams, and American musician Nile Rodgers of the disco group Chic, for Daft Punk’s fourth studio album Random Access Memories (2013). It appears as the sixth track on the album. The song was distributed to radio stations as the second single from the album on 13 August 2013, following the worldwide hit single “Get Lucky”. Prior to this release, “Lose Yourself to Dance” charted in various countries, including France, Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom. In the UK, it joined the playlists of BBC Radio 1, BBC Radio 2, and a number of commercial and smaller stations. It had reached number 49 in the UK Singles Chart.

2001
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Daft Punk – Something About Us

“Something About Us” is a song by the French electronic music duo Daft Punk. It was released as the sixth and final single from the 2001 album Discovery as a promotion for their 2003 animated feature film Interstella 5555: The 5tory of the 5ecret 5tar 5ystem. The song reached number 93 on the SNEP chart ranking.

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    They have been called back to their original planet. Their mission of improving music on earth is done. Surely you all don’t think this futuristic music originated here? Oh my favorite song is Digital Love and aerodynamic.

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    Their music is way ahead of not only their time, but even today. True geniuses. 2021 is already a sad year for me, but their music will never die out, never forgotten.

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    These guys did not do it for the fame. They did it out of their passion for music and we can really feel that. I fu**ing love this duo. Their music will be listened to for centuries to come, of that I am sure!

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    If they ever get a reunion concert, I hope they play “One More Time” as the opening

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    It’s taken me about 4 full days to even accept that they are no more. I have strangely never been the type to listen to music. One day in music class my music teacher had us doing a project on different famous artists, I was assigned to Daft Punk. I went home that night went on to youtube and googled them and clicked the first song I saw being Harder Better Faster Stronger. From that day on I ended up listening to every single piece of music they had. My interest and taste in music were entirely formed because of this duo. To this day I always put their songs on when I’m working, studying, etc. Thank you for 28 years of absolute bliss. Daft Punk will always be heroes in my mind.

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    They never said a word, but they told us everything.

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    Imagine if “one more time” would’ve been their comeback song

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    Admit it, they even made their breakup seem cool.

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    This should be what we show to the aliens who want to learn what our species is.

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    I’m not crying, I’m sweating through my eyes.

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    I think TRON is a criminally underrated sci-fi movie

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    Looks like it’s beginning to rain….

    No, it’s raining all right.

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    A bunch of orange and blue people in combat trying to kill each other:
    Daft Punk: 🎶😎😎🎶

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    It is painful how crisp their tunes were; their production skills were honestly stupidly underrated, even for how successful they were.

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    I was really hoping they would at least make one last song called “one last time” maybe

    Well all miss them
    Thanks daft punk for all the memories
    And the music

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    Pretty ironic that a pair of androids taught me how to feel

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    these guys defined a generation of music —.
    created a lot of genres with it too.
    I’m so glad to grow up with their music.
    thank you, Daft Punk.

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    The abstraction is what allows the emotional connection as it is interpreted through ones own soul. Well done Daft Punk for not becoming fame hungry.

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    I’m not crying, my eyes are just tired… oh fine i’m crying

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    I lulled with “Voyager”, dance with “Around the world”, Celebrate with “One More time”, I fell in love with “Digital Love”, I fell in love again and cried with “Something About Us”, I regained hope with “Get Lucky “and motivated me in life with” Harder Better Faster “. I believed in love again with “Instant crush”, I enjoyed my loneliness with “Gorgio by moroder” and now a new love with “The Game of Love” many other things … They have been my life and will continue to be, they were part of me for years, I love you and thank you for everything, thanks for everything, Merci pour tout!

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    When you realize that a pair of musicians that were able to move generations using synth tunes and found their way into society better than most other musicians of their times

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    Is it just me or when y’all we’re little did y’all ask your parents to buy you the daft punk helmets?

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    – “What’s your favorite Daft Punk song of all time?”
    – “Yes”

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    Don’t cry because it’s over , smile because it happened

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    i’m so hurt by this but happy for them. they’ve accomplished so much for such a long time and i wish the best for them as their lives continue.

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    “Don’t cry because it’s over, smile because it happened!”
    – Dr. Seuss

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    They deserve a break, they’ve contributed more to the music we have today than many artists ever could. Thanks Daft Punk.

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    Guy Manuel de homem-christo and Thomas Bangalter , Two legends of the eletronic music

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    When the first couple of notes give you chills…

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    man they should really do a last tour or concert called one more time.

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    funfact: they are actually from the future they have done their job at the past so they came back to the future

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    Vous êtes deux grand artiste je vous écoute depuis tout petit vous resterez à jamais graver dans ma mémoire 😭😭😭😭❤️❤️❤️❤️

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    My god as soon as I heard derezzed, I was a kid again.

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    I’m not even a huge fan of Daft Punk but I feel the sadness of them disbanding. It’s like missing out on something that’s been with you throughout your life.

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    They 100% are the ones who got me into EDM 🙏 I remember my jam sessions in middle school listening to all Daft Punk songs.

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    Joder se merecen un premio al inicio de músicas electro daft punk forever

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    Something About Us, Digital Love, Face to Face, One More Time and Lose Yourself to Dance are my favorites.

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    They’re not gone, they’re just updating their OS.

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    Browning

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    guys we shouldn’t be sad we should be happy for them they are moving on to the next greatest stage in their life

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  41. Avatar

    “Like the legend of the phoenix, all ends with beginnings”

    Wonder which beginning will be after this sad moment…

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    Electroma is the first ASMR movie in the history

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    They sung “the game of love” to us same as we now do for them. “the one that would be breaking my heart” “when you decided to walk away”

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    This isn’t a pity party. This is a celebration of an incredibly talented and influential duo who will be remembered for countless years to come.

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    They are human after all, with all of their problems. I wish you all the best.

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    R.I.P. to the robots that made us feel more than most other humans do!

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    These are not tears it’s just my blinker fluid leaking.

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    Alive 2007 (the recording of their Coachella set) is a masterpiece

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    I was ready for anything, but not for this -Your music for me was associated with purity and innocence -It is difficult for me to appreciate the loss, but this is your right -You are forever in my heart -No music was as perfect as yours. Thank God for what you are, you are like the first love that will not be forgotten, you have been my hope for all these years that I have been waiting for -Thank you, thank you for giving me these amazing moments -Dudes, this is very strong

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    Your version of “around the world” is beautifully remixed.

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    I love how they got their name, from a negative critic, then they turned it into something positive.

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    They are fu**ing legend I’ m really sad that I know their music when they are broke up

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    I’m gonna miss their music. Grown-up to it basically. Best robot, futuristic music out there.
    Wish you all the best

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    I loved this band since i was so little, my dad and I used to listen to them all the time. Absolutely amazing music and an unforgettable band. Thank you Daft Punk for all of those happy memories!

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    Someone should’ve built daft punk a megazord before they split. That would’ve been cool

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    “One More Time” me re anima, en serio. ¡Es de lo mejor! ¡Sube tu melatonina! Todo por los acordes que utiliza. AMO A DAFT PUNK. ¡A BAILAR!

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    There they go, being one the best duo out there. Daft Punk would be in our hearts for ever. <3

    1993 – Forever

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    Dang, who is going to do the musik for the next Tron when they finally decide to make it.

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    Most Iconic musical duo in existence. Change my mind, I’ll wait

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    They should make a documentary about These two Legends..

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    All jokes a side, a last album called “One Last Time…” could be fking incredible.

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    honestly, listening to their songs, near 14 years back, when i finally decided to check their albums, was the start of a great journey, love the duo, and their songs, it was a great journey, and its really sad to get to the end of it, but… at least i had a blast on it, and will never forget this duo who gave me and others, such great times!. Hope to see them come back someday!

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    Dang wish I could’ve seen them in person one time… They will be missed though!

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    I’m not crying, I just caught something in my eye.
    *what did you catch?
    TEARS!

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    My students know how much I loved Daft Punk that one of them decided to 3D print me a version of Thomas’ helmet!!!

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    Honestly, is there anything that comes close to these Dons? I didn’t think so.

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    I’m going to cry everytime i listen to ‘Get Lucky’,the song that changed my childhood….and now nostalgia and the break up will kill me 😥

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    Imagine if Ai vibing to this music whle they’ve killed the humankind

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    i love this, i actually teared up, i will miss them forever.

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    One day there is gonna be a legendary skilled Trio making a “Daft by Punk” tribute song

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    I remember hearing Around the world for the first time when I was little, made me fall in love with EDM. Thank you Daft Punk!

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    me every 2 seconds: “wah, it’s so good”

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    All good things must come to an end.

    Thank you for the memories and the music!

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    Daft Punk is the soundtrack to my life. Thank you, Daft, for so many good times.

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    is anyone sad too? like damn near want to cry in private? This making me really sad.

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    These guys were legends… truly… they’ve imprinted their names into history… they are one of the reasons I started to love electronic music… my fav song by far is Harder Better Faster Stronger… it just sticks in my head like glue… I’ll miss seeing them as one but it was about time these legends had to rest… Their songs will forever be played at my parties when I throw one

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    I was hoping to find “Robot Rock” in with this tribute, but I found tears to my eyes instead… R.I.P. Daft Punk

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    I wished they performed ONE MORE TIME

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    I remember telling myself I am going to see a daft punk concert before I die, welp I don’t know what to do anymore, that was the only thing on my bucket list X(

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    Never forget , Allways Return

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    We asked for new music.

    They held up a mirror.

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    *Around The World”
    – Elon Musk has entered the chat

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    The only musicians that are literally ready for the pandemic.

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    Thanks for the fading memories

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    The reality of the music industry 😔

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    Discovery is such a masterpiece.

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    I
    Want
    A
    New
    Album

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    I’ve been crying in a gas station bathroom for an hour now

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    My teacher showed this article in the classroom today 🤤

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    2020: worst year for everyone
    2021: worst year for us

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    ¿Quién después de que Daft Punk anunciara su retiro? :”)
    Grande, Daft Punk… que la fuerza te acompañe. :”)♡

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    RIP Daft Punk 1993-2021. Shame I never got to see you live.

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    ILL NEVER STOP PLAYING DAFT PUNK

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    I really dig the scenes with them setting up the studio equipment and starting to play as the music ramps up – the director and animators of that sequence clearly knew their stuff and loved music just as much as Daft Punk did. Just makes you wanna dance!

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    I love the animation. Thank you daft punk

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    Goodbye Daft Punk 💔💔

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    this is a underrated song in my opinion

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    The reason the band members looked depressed was because they knew Daft Punk had broken up.

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    Thank You Daft Punk!
    1993-2021

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    If I was the records guy I’d be like “this seems suspicious, why’s it that the only guy happy is the ol’ man? hm…..”

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    Just One more time. Please 🥺

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    Gentlemen, we pay our respects to Daft Punk One More Time

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    That’s Daft Punk : How to make a mainstream-friendly song, but at the same time something totally unconventional, without sounding weird or forced. That’s their genius

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