Daft Punk ‎– One More Time

Virgin ‎– VST1791, Virgin ‎– 724389721065
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Single Sided, Single


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Published by Zomba Music for world excluding France.
Delabel Editions / Daft Music for France. TTufftoney Music (BMI) c/o 2P'sW Music.

Printed in EU.

Came with plain black glossy card inner sleeve.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (UPC-A): 724389721065
  • Barcode (Text): 7 24389 72106 5
  • Barcode (EAN): 0724389721065
  • Label Code: LC 03098
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): VISA 8515 A1 33T RPM NiLZ - THE EXCHANGE. MPO 897 210-6 A¹
  • Price Code: PM214
  • Rights Society (Centre label): bel BIEM
  • Rights Society (Back cover): BMI

Other Versions (5 of 45) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
VSCDT1791, 724389721126 Daft Punk One More Time(CD, Single) Virgin, Virgin VSCDT1791, 724389721126 Europe 2000 Sell This Version
VISA 6283 Daft Punk One More Time(CD, Single, Promo) Virgin VISA 6283 France 2000 Sell This Version
none Daft Punk One More Time(CDr, Single, Promo) Virgin none UK 2000 Sell This Version
DP2K11 Daft Punk Vs. Stardust Daft Punk Vs. Stardust - One More Sounds(12", S/Sided, Unofficial) Not On Label (Daft Punk) DP2K11 UK 2011 Sell This Version
DAFT P 001 Daft Punk One More Time (Remix)(12", Promo, W/Lbl) Not On Label DAFT P 001 Unknown Sell This Version


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October 22, 2018
edited 5 months ago
A favorite track of mine on a personal level, though the album has hits that are much better from a critical standpoint. Its very interesting to see how this track/album has created this huge divide between the older Daft Punk fans and the (relatively) newer ones. The closest analogy I can think of would be the Kanye-fan divide after Yeezus came out. Still though, while I empathize with the frustration original fans might have had when Discovery departed so much from Homework, I can't help but applaud Guy and Thomas for having the courage to make the music they enjoyed even when they knew they might lose some of their core fans from their debut. This track, and Discovery were the entry points for a lot of contemporary music lovers that sparked their appreciation in the art as a hobby, myself included.


August 1, 2015
Worst single by a long way, corny cheesy & annoying.
90 percent of the underground at the time hated it, the reason it was so big in my view was it was the first contact the young mainstream (that were in primary school for Homework) had with Daft Punk.
I personally hated playing it, even frequency wise that screeching killed me, this track is the equivalent to nails on a blackboard.
Low point in their stella career.


August 24, 2014

14 years after its release, this still (or maybe again?) has the power to tear dancefloors apart. It's a classic that everybody instantly recognizes, and the extended version with the long break is perfect sing-along material ("music's got me feeling so free / celebrate and dance so free") that, if dropped at the right time and place, makes people go nuts, even if they came for a more underground kind of House.
Use this weapon seldomly, surprising people is what makes this record so fun to play.


July 2, 2014

This is one of those songs that everyone would suddenly look back and say "This isn't really that good". Its just like all those Chevy Chase movies that people have turned into "Cult Classic's".... Its the best thing to happen to Electronic Music in 2000. And has in fact, publicized "AutoTune". Not my favorite, but I support it 120%.


August 16, 2013

Probablimente hate me for what I'm about to say but: the fact that Daft Punk have become popular mainly for this song annoys me. In fact I think it is not their best and in fact you should make sure that they are well-publicized other songs


March 9, 2004

Continues to be brought out at New Year parties across the continents, and rightly so. Daft Punk's classic disco-house club track is a must for every DJ's shelves, if not their box. Just don't let it play too long...


February 21, 2002

Daft Punk appeared with filtered vocal tune after some invisible years, and it divided their fans into two parts. The ones who felt abandoned and left behind, and the ones who loved Daft Punk even more for their ability to move forward. I think that this track is one of the tracks that describes modern disco music best. It stays true to the roots and at the same time it takes it forward. Short and simple... It's one of a kind...