Daft Punk - Human After All Remixes

In 2005, Daft Punk released Human After All, a blaring bonesaw of an album — one that was maligned at the time, but that went on to have a big effect on the blitzkrieging dance music that would follow, and on the duo’s own mindbending live shows. In 2006, they released a remix collection called Human After All (Remixes). But despite an all-star cast of contributors — Basement Jaxx, Soulwax, the Juan Maclean, Peaches, Digitalism, Vitalic, SebastiAn — the album was only available in Japan. But now, with no ballyhoo, the duo has made the remix collection available in the rest of the world, as Consequence Of Sound points out. The new edition of the album includes a previously unreleased “Technologic” remix from Le Knight, a side project from Daft Punk member Guy-Manuel De Homem Christo. The whole thing is out now on iTunes.

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  1. sooo french

  2. I love (not really) the revisionist history on Daft Punk people try to pull off. Maybe that’s not the right term, I kind of just wanted to use it. Either way, this album was critically panned. It was thought to be bad. Flat out bad. And suddenly people were eagerly anticipating the new album and bending over backwards to celebrate iterations of stuff they (the reviewing entities, and perhaps not the people themselves) HATED when it came out. And they’re like “Yeah this is gonna be great because we LOVE Daft Punk.” No you don’t. At least not a few years ago.

    This is just a comment on Daft Punk in general and NOT the post about the remix collection.

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