- Audio CD (12 Nov. 2007)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Format: Live
- Label: PLG UK Catalog
- ASIN: B000W9EOEC
- Other Editions: Audio CD | Vinyl | MP3 Download
- Average Customer Review: 67 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 16,140 in CDs & Vinyl (See Top 100 in CDs & Vinyl)
Audio CD | Live
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Recorded at the Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy, an 18,000-capacity sports arena in Paris, on June 14th, 2007. The CD captures the exuberant multi-media spectacle of Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo's first hometown show in 10 years in front of a capacity crowd of thrilled fans.
Its a rare breed of dance artist capable of putting on a live show that inspires not just motion and emotion in an audience, but genuine, flat-out awe. Alive 2007, however, is documentary evidence that Daft Punk--aka Parisian robo-men Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo--now join the ranks of Kraftwerk and Underworld in live dance musics upper echelons. Recoded at Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy in June 2007, it finds Daft Punk pull the bolts off their back catalogue and get busy with the circuitry, rewiring it into a rolling montage thats as deviously complex as it is flat-out crowd-pleasing. Affairs commence with the unmistakable one-note guitar fanfare of "Robot Rock", but halfway though, Daft Punk get busy with their onstage tech-mountain, splicing in snatches of the pounding "Oh Yeah" before dropping back to the riffs. Deeper in, tracks flow together, vocal hooks escape from their sockets and skitter off through the mix--and by the time of the epic climax, a triumphant cut-and-shut of "Superheroes", "Human After All", and "Rock n Roll", youve forgotten where the joins ever sat. Its a decade of Daft Punk hits, dismantled and masterfully reassembled in front of your eyes. --Louis Pattison
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I had to agree with them.
From start to finish it is simply flows from killer tune, to irresistable hook back to another amazing tune. If you want people up and dancing in any situation this is the album for you.
Even the slower, less strong portions feel as if they are simply giving you a rest from the manic bouncing and shape pulling you will have shamed yourself with.
This album is the majority of DP's better tracks mashed, cut and fused together - doing a better job than any supposed best of - to make arguably the best dance record of all time.
Due to this album Daft Punk are a priorty "Must See" band. Simply, if you like good tunes, a bit of bass and want to step away from the overplayed indie scene - then this is the alum for you.
Would absolutely recommend for anyone who like a good beat!
A great album to zone out to but it's rare that I don't skip a track or two
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