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    Personnel: Joel Pargman, Lisa Dondlinger, Irina Voloshina, Songa Lee, Cynthia Moussas, Nina Evtuhov, Johana Krejci, Audrey Solomon, Sara Perkins, Calabria McChesney, Assa Dori, Rita Weber, Olivia Tsui, Sam Fischer, Mary Sloan, Kevin Connolly , Carrie Kennedy, Lisa Sutton, Margaret Wooten, Neel Hammond, Miwako Watanabe, Rafael Rishik (violin); Carolyn Riley, Jody Rubin, Andrew Picken, Ray Tischer, Roland Kato, Harry Shirinian, Rodney Wirtz, Alma Fernandez (viola); Timothy Loo, Christina Soule, Paula Hochalter, Armen Ksajikian, Vanessa F. Smith (cello); Steve Kajala, Greg Huckins, Sara Andon (flute); Gene Cipriano (clarinet, bass clarinet); Marty Krystall (clarinet); Earl Dumler (oboe); Judith Farmer (bassoon); Larry McGuire, Gary Grant, Warren Luening, Charles Findley (trumpet); Justin Hageman, Danielle Ondarza, James Atkinson , Nathan Campebll, Stephanie O'Keefe (French horn); Charlie Morillas, Andrew Martin , Charles Loper, Bob McChesney (trombone); Craig Gosnell (bass trombone); Mark Converse, Brian Kilgore (percussion); Giorgio Moroder, DJ Falcon, Chilly Gonzales, Nile Rodgers , Paul Williams , Pharrell Williams, Todd Edwards , Panda Bear, Julian Casablancas. Audio Mixer: Mick Guzauski. Recording information: Capitol Studios, Hollywood, CA; Conway Recording Studios, Hollywood, CA; Electric Lady Studios, NY; Gang Recording Studio, Paris; Henson Recording Studios, Hollywood, CA. Illustrator: Warren Fu. Arrangers: Chris Caswell; Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo; Thomas Bangalter. When Daft Punk announced they were releasing a new album eight years after 2005's Human After All, fans were starved for new material. The Tron: Legacy score indulged the seminal dance duo's sci-fi fantasies but didn't offer much in the way of catchy songs, so when Random Access Memories' extensive publicity campaign featured tantalizing clips of a new single, "Get Lucky," their fan base exploded. But when the album finally arrived, that hugely hyped single was buried far down its track list, emphasizing that most of these songs are very much not like "Get Lucky" -- or a lot of the pair's previous music, at least on the surface. The album isn't much like 2010s EDM, either. Instead, Daft Punk separate themselves from most contemporary electronic music and how it's made, enlisting some of their biggest influences to help them get the sounds they needed without samples. On Homework's "Teachers," they reverently name-checked a massive list of musicians and producers; here, they place themselves on equal footing with disco masterminds Giorgio Moroder and Nile Rodgers, referring to them as "collaborators." That could be self-aggrandizing, yet it's also strangely humble when they take a back seat to their co-stars, especially on one of RAM's definitive moments, "Giorgio by Moroder," where the producer shares his thoughts on making music with wild guitar and synth solos trailing behind him. Elsewhere, Daft Punk nod to their symbiotic relationship with indie on the lovely "Doin' It Right," which makes the most of Panda Bear's boyish vocals, and on the Julian Casablancas cameo "Instant Crush," which is only slightly more electronic than the Strokes' Comedown Machine. And of course, Pharrell Williams is the avatar of their dancefloor mastery on the sweaty disco of "Lose Yourself to Dance" as well as "Get Lucky," which is so suave that it couldn't help but be an instant classic, albeit a somewhat nostalgic one. Indeed, "memories" is the album's keyword: Daft Punk celebrate the late '70s and early '80s with lavish homages like "Give Life Back to Music" -- one of several terrific showcases for Rodgers -- and the spot-on soft rock of the Todd Edwards collaboration "Fragments of Time." More importantly, Random Access Memories taps into the wonder and excitement in that era's music. A particularly brilliant example is "Touch," where singer/songwriter Paul Williams conflates his work in Phantom of the Paradise and The Muppet Movie in the song's mystique, charm, and fragile


    UPC 888837168625
    Runtime 74 min.
    Type Performer
    Genre Electronic
    Sub Genre Electronica
    Label Columbia Records
    Producer Guy-Manuel De Homem-Christo; Thomas Bangalter
    Number of Discs 1
    Track Listing Disc 1
    • 1. Give Life Back to Music
    • 2. Game of Love, The
    • 3. Giorgio by Moroder
    • 4. Within
    • 5. Instant Crush
    • 6. Lose Yourself to Dance
    • 7. Touch
    • 8. Get Lucky
    • 9. Beyond
    • 10. Motherboard
    • 11. Fragments of Time
    • 12. Doin' It Right
    • 13. Contact
    Format Compact Disc
    Spars Coding n/a
    Artists Daft Punk
    Country of Origin United States

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      Besides the two hit songs, nothing else is worth listening to.

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      Daft Punk's 2013 Columbia debut is a sensitive yearning to be human and feel love. The Robots visit earth and see the beauty that is contained within the planet. In the process, they discover the poetic beauty within themselves. This is perfect background music for eating dinner in a bistro after dancing at a club and riding in a limo.

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