Daft Punk

Daft Punk

Daft Punk is a French electronic music group. The two members are Thomas Bangalter (born January 3, 1975) and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo (born February 8, 1974). Bangalter and de Homem-Christo were previously in the rock band Darlin' with Laurent Brancowitz. After Brancowitz left the group to join his brother's band, Phoenix, the remaining duo formed Daft Punk.

Daft Punk Discography Tracks


Daft Punk Homework (Album) Virgin, Virgin, Virgin, Soma Quality Recordings, Soma Quality Recordings, Soma Quality Recordings Canada 1997 Sell This Version
Daft Punk Discovery (Album) Virgin, Virgin, Virgin Europe 2001 Sell This Version
Daft Punk Alive 1997 (Album) Virgin, Virgin, Virgin Japan 2001 Sell This Version
Daft Punk Daft Club (Comp, Album) Labels, Virgin UK & Europe 2003 Sell This Version
Daft Punk Human After All (Album) Virgin, Virgin France 2005 Sell This Version
Daft Punk = ダフト・パンク* Daft Punk = ダフト・パンク* - Alive 2007 (Album) Virgin, Virgin Japan 2007 Sell This Version
Daft Punk TRON: Legacy (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (Album) Walt Disney Records US 2010 Sell This Version
Daft Punk TRON: Legacy Reconfigured (Album) Walt Disney Records Canada 2011 Sell This Version
Daft Punk Random Access Memories (Album) Columbia Argentina 2013 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

Daft Punk The New Wave (EP) Soma Quality Recordings Italy 1994 Sell This Version
Daft Punk Da Funk (Maxi, Single) Soma Quality Recordings UK 1995 Sell This Version
Daft Punk Indo Silver Club (Part One) / Indo Silver Club (Part Two) Soma Quality Recordings UK 1996 Sell This Version
Daft Punk Burnin' (Single, Maxi) Virgin, Virgin, Virgin Australia 1997 Sell This Version
Daft Punk Around The World (Single, Maxi) Virgin, Virgin, Virgin US 1996 Sell This Version
AMATO 170 Daft Punk Assault(12") Amato International AMATO 170 UK 1997 Sell This Version
JBV 376 Daft Punk / Marina Rei Daft Punk / Marina Rei - Around The World / Primavera(7", Promo) Virgin JBV 376 Italy 1997 Sell This Version
Daft Punk Revolution 909 (Single, Maxi) Virgin, Virgin US 1996 Sell This Version
Daft Punk One More Time (Single, Maxi) Virgin, Virgin UK 2000 Sell This Version
JBV 406 Lenny Kravitz / Daft Punk Lenny Kravitz / Daft Punk - Again / One More Time(7", Single, Jukebox, Promo) Virgin JBV 406 Italy 2000 Sell This Version
Daft Punk Vs. Slum Village Daft Punk Vs. Slum Village - Aerodynamic (Remix) / Raise It Up Virgin France S.A. France 2001 Sell This Version
Daft Punk Digital Love (Single, Maxi) Virgin, Virgin France 2001 Sell This Version
Daft Punk Harder Better Faster Stronger (Maxi, Single) Virgin Europe 2001 Sell This Version
Daft Punk Aerodynamic (Single) Virgin UK 2001 Sell This Version
JBV 409 Placebo / Daft Punk Placebo / Daft Punk - Special K / Aerodynamic(7", Jukebox, Promo) Virgin JBV 409 Italy 2001 Sell This Version
Daft Punk Face To Face (Single) Delabel Europe 2002 Sell This Version

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June 26, 2017
Which tracks are exclusive to the ep's . . ?


October 30, 2016
edited 9 months ago
Daft Punk is dead. Has been, for a long time now. Complete sellouts. If you watch their documentary Daft Punk Unchained, at first they claim Daft Punk never cared about success or money (the 90s), but later on the video they tell the story how Coachella festival tried to get them for years, they turned down $250k offer in 2005 and finally agreed to perform for $300k in Coachella 2006...

Fast forward Daft Punk 10 years later in 2016: When you think they can't go any cheesier with those pop/hip-hop rapper collabs, they do it again. But this time even better, did they really need the Daft Punk 'productions' to make that new Weeknd song? A song that literally has no value and is a complete trash, because it's some fukboi rapping about his luxury and how many cars he owns and using deep and meaningful words in the lyrics like 'n*gga' at least three times and somehow manage to include Star Trek and Brad Pitt in it, it's like they co-wrote those lyrics with H.P Baxxter from Scooter. And somehow and somewhat for some reason... Daft Punk is behind this circlejerk? What's next? Maybe collab with Bieber because he needs polished top notch electronics in his valuable music.

Can't wait for Alive 2017 with bunch of nice collabs with thug rappers and other assclowns /s

Thank you Daft Punk, for building your legacy, for 20 years of amazing electronic music... But you had to kill it? Because $70 million net worth is not enough?

† Daft Punk 1993-2013

edit: Wow, I did trigger lots of fanboys, it's like almost my opinion vs yours... Shame on me that I love only their older stuff and expressed my opinion.


August 15, 2015
Alive 2007/1997 box set is beatuiful I highly suggest you pick it up if you can


December 17, 2014
New deluxe release of Alive 1997 and Alive 2007 on vinyl coming out on the 23rd, and both will be out seperately.


January 4, 2013
edited over 4 years ago
To think they've only actually released 3 actual albums is pretty amazing. I have to pull a 'hipster' and happily state that I was into them way back when the track 'Musique' was just gaining popularity. Then the Da Funk video got released and everything blew up from there on.

They're definitely talented guys and even if some of their tracks reek of cheesiness, they have a free pass :-D


January 23, 2011
Daft Punk just became to one of my favourite bands as well! I remember the time - when I was under 10 Years old, or even 2 or 3 when "Around the World" was a new tune on TV. Then the time when I was about 6 or 7 years old - one more time was it again, the mainstream sound.. At this point I really liked it, but I never knew who was it! A friend of mine came up with Around the World again, just more than a year ago which was the new beginning for me! I bought "Homework" (and even "Alive 2007") then, which have been my first albums.
Then I just noticed that this sound marks an era for me. The Album "Homework" is just like a "noone could reach it"-album. It means not only listening to Da Funk or Around the World, it´s a great mixture on it. Even "Rollin'& Scrachtin'" became to one of my favourites. Allover one of the greatest things in my ears!
Then - Discovery... Much more the Mainstream sound, but still kept on the same exceptional Daft-Punk level which marks their era egain! This Album always brings back memories.
The Album "Human after All" is an exception for itself. The funny thing about it is, that this is an album where the name "daft punk" is to be taken a bit more literally :D ! Indeed, it does not really fit in the songs they made before, but now it´s "daft" Punk!
And NOW - the Tron Legacy Soundtrack. Something which is not a real exception for me. Ok, not really filled with electronic sound. But listen to the Tron-Soundtrack, and even to the orchestrated things - and then Listen to the "Irréversible"-Soundtrack by Thomas Bangalter... You will see that there are differences. But not so many which keeps it to a part of the whole Daft Punk Thing.
Daft Punk, and even the Sound of Thomas Bangalter became a part of my life! And this exceptional sound is something that we should never forget! (and we won´t!)


November 13, 2010
What can I say about Daft Punk? They are one of the greatest and most influential people in the world of Electronic Music. They were one of the groups that brought the French House sound to the mainstream audience without commercialising it, they were one of the first groups to use autotune before it became an overused fad and despite (until recently with the soundtrack to the next Tron Movie) haven't released a major tune since 2005 have still managed to be as popular as ever.

Without Daft Punk, we would not have the dance music of today and has influenced many artists - even Kanye West, who had a #1 hit sampling their tune, 'Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger'!

Daft Punk - you guys rock!


December 27, 2007
It's fair to say that I am into Electronic music mostly thanks to these chaps... Homework is by far the most important Electronic/House release of the '90s. Discovery and Human After All were somehow not as good as their debut but their recent live take on the 3 albums and consiquential success of the tracks from these two albums, proved that the guys are very much at top of their games (only, possibly, The Chemical Brothers can match them).

April 25, 2006
edited over 11 years ago
Daft Punk is really great. The best of the best in house and electro. I was a follower of Daft Punk after buying their Homework album. From there, I developed tastes house as I listened to songs like "Oh Yeah" and "Burnin'". The second album (Discovery) was a masterpiece, featuring a story inside the CD (called Interstella 5555: 5tory Of The 5ecret 5tar 5ystem). The remix CD later released was an excellent collection of different music styles, no doubt about it. But then everything fell as it came to Human After All.

Human After All sounded like a cheap production of music by just using drums and a bass guitar with robot vocals. No sense of disco in it what-so-ever. Many were displeased with their output, and to compensate; a Daft Punk music collection (Musique Vol.1) releasing previous tracks as well as 3 more tracks from other artists.

I worry if this may be the end of Daft Punk, because once you've reached the top, you can't stay there forever. I just hope none of this happens again. I am a devoted fan of Daft Punk, and I am not about to give it up.


November 8, 2005
edited over 12 years ago
Living legeands of house music IMHO. They could only be French, possesing the enigmatic qualities that great French artists have, allied to a single-mindedness that has seen them produce some truly great, original, seminal music. Homework got me into house, I still love the album, timeless. Devastating basslines that combined the best old school breaks of hip-hop with the techno edge and funky disco hooks that made it infectious stuff.
The quality control was obviously down the pub when Discovery came out. Aside from the obvious ELO influences the album was aimed squarely at the pop market, a dubious decision with hindsight. It contained some AMAZING tracks and was in parts as equally paradigm-shifting and groundbreaking as their debut, but it sadly contained too many schincter-clenchingly cheesy moments for my tastes..."Something About Us" has the ring of a Kenny Gee B-side to it. Whether the move into popier sounds was made from a commercial standpoint, simply the product of their creative mionds and the influences they tapped into at the time of the albums birth or merely on a whim who knows. For me, it was a brave decision.
The delay until Human After All promised great things but the album was very hit and miss IMHO. Robot Rock did just that, vintage stuff, however on the debit side Technologic laboured along with the same processed beats and filtered vocals of yore, not really anything new.

I think much of their best dancefloor orientated work has come via their remixes, too many to name, (ok then, Disco Cubizm remix and Ian Pooley track on AV8, "Rock Da Disco"???) but very few people can take a track, take what they want and then add that DP touch making it instantly a DP tune that always hits the spot...that sounds cheesy, but those that know will agree.

Also a few live gigs would be nice, I heard a rumour Bangalter had suffered ear damage hence had decreed he'd no longer DJ or perform live which would be a shame. I've only had the pleasure of seeing them twice live, once in Brum at Alive and once at Homelands where they were truly awful, theough in their defence the decks and mixer were seemingly knackered.
Only the boys themselves know what the future holds, being such mysterious, publicity shy individuals. I hope they contiunue to make music as they are personal heroes of mine, however it would be interesting to see them doing something different, maybe some hip-hop? I reckon if they had the inclination they could wipe the floor with the Neptunes and take the genre by storm.
Whatever happens, they deserve to be remembered for being able to make songs that work both in a club, in your room and on Top Of The Pops, brilliant songs, with their own flavour and with nods to the holy trinity of house (bassline, hook and vocals) but with enough originality to make them sit at the cutting-edge of the genre. Genre defining infact.

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