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Musique Vol.1 1993 - 2005
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3.Around The World (Radio Edit)
6.Rollin' & Scratchin'
7.One More Time (Short Radio Edit)
8.Harder Better Faster Stronger
9.Something About Us
11.Technologic (Radio Edit)
12.Human After All
13.Mothership Reconnection (Feat Parliament/Funkadelic) (Daft Punk Remix)
14.Ian Pooley '' Chord Memory '' (Daft Punk Remix)
15.Gabrielle Â« Forget About The World Â» (Daft Punk : Don't Forget The World' Mix)
Top Customer Reviews
The three remixes might justify the purchase of the album for some but they sound more like filler to me. Having all the singles in one place and maybe an additional Homework era b-side (Assault) would have justified it a lot more.
The music being what it is, I have to at least give the album three stars but I can't give anything more to this compilation that feels to me like a missed opportunity.
But, that aside its a very good collection of songs from the two french house wizzards. The first song on it- Musique, I had never heard it before and to be honest, it was the only reason I bought this CD. It was worth it though, as it is just amazing!! Dangerously addictive house, which I can't get enough of. No doubt that song that song paved the way for a great musical future for them.
The other three songs are quite good, I like the mothership connection and chord memory remixes. Though the remix of Gabrielle's forget about the world is just OK. It has a strange noise of changing her voice to sound higher, and loads of kids screaming at the start..
Anyway though, this collection would be perfect if it had those other 3 songs, but, the final verdict is just: Quite Good
DVD = 13 TRACKS
NO ACTUAL SONG TITLE SELECTION JUST PICTURE.
LPCM 2 CHANNEL AUDIO
(POOR - MORE LIKE DOLBY DIGITAL COMPRESSED)
GRAINY PICTURE - POOR FOR NTSC.
CD = GOOD.!
The CD is mainly stuff from the past three albums (most of it from Homework, and 3 songs a piece from Discovery and Human After All). It's a decent CD to listen to if you can't be bothered setting up a playlist with your favourite tracks, but otherwise, the majority of it is nothing new. There are 3 Daft Punk remixes as well, but none of them stood out as particularly amazing, and they did kinda seem tagged on as filler. The best part of the CD for me was the inclusion of "Musique" - the B side to Da Funk, which I bought back in 97, but then I lost the cassette and forgot how much I missed untill now.
It's also worth noting that there are some very odd choices of tracks (or lack thereof) - there's no "Digital Love" or "Aerodynamic" for example, two of the best tracks from the awesome Discovery.
The real highlight of this, however, is the DVD - it's got 5 videos of Homework tracks, three from Discovery/Interstella 555, and four from Human After All, including the immense "Robot Rock Maximum Overdrive" - which, if you're into glitch or cutup music is a real treat, though I can imagine it won't appeal to everyone's taste. But seeing the videos all in one place, collected together is such a treat. Daft Punk's videos are some of the best of recent years, if not all time. Definatley worth a look.
All in all, I'd say, if you're a fan you'd be daft not to pick this up (apologies for the terrible, terrible pun).
It works pretty well.
In examining their first dozen years the compilers have sensibly included the lion share of their 12" they put out. This is understandable when you consider that virtually all of Daft Punk's best releases were singles. Hearing energetic, floor-filling classics like 'One More Time', 'Around The World', and 'Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger' strung together back-to-back on a single disc is impressive. They provide a pointed reminder of why Daft Punk - with their funky bass-lines, repetitive lyrics, vocoded vocals, and banging beats - are one of only a handful of dance acts who have managed to acquire mainstream success whilst distancing themselves from the more pejorative, wrongheaded associations about the type of music they play (Bacardi Breezers, glow sticks and Ibizan night clubs). The inclusion of the opener 'Musique' - the B-side to 'Da Funk'- which gives this collection its title is a welcome bonus. With its raw production values, insistent disco rhythm, and treated vocals it is the better side of one of their best singles.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
Classic Daft Punk, nice album. Recommend buy if you like their music...Published 3 months ago by Chris Chatwin
Musique Vol. 1 (1993-2005) by Daft Punk contains a pristine music collection of electronic hits such as Harder Better Faster Stronger, Robot Rock, and One More Time. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Stella Carrier
Fantastic quick service, excellent quality product. Will buy again ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐Published 16 months ago by Mr. C. J. Slayter
I've wanted this album for a while but apart from a couple of tunes this is a massive disappointment a real letdownPublished on 31 Aug. 2013 by Brian t