Ad

Release

Marketplace

164 For Sale from $24.50
Ad
Ad

Statistics

  • Last Sold:

  • Lowest:

    $29.07
  • Median:

    $34.08
  • Highest:

    $50.00

Videos (13)

Edit
Ad

Daft PunkRandom Access Memories

Label:
Columbia – 88883716861, Sony Music – 88883716861
Format:
2 x Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Stereo, 180 gram
Country:
Released:

Tracklist

A1Give Life Back To Music
BassNathan East
Pedal Steel Guitar [Pedal Steel]Greg Leisz
PercussionQuinn (3)
Vocals, Synthesizer [Modular Synthesizer]Daft Punk
4:35
A2The Game Of Love
BassNathan East
GuitarPaul Jackson Jr.
KeyboardsChris Caswell (2)
Pedal Steel Guitar [Pedal Steel]Greg Leisz
Vocals, SynthesizerDaft Punk
5:22
A3Giorgio By Moroder
GuitarPaul Jackson Jr.
Pedal Steel Guitar [Pedal Steel]Greg Leisz
PercussionQuinn (3)
Recorded By [Giorgio's Voice Recorded By]Guillaume Le Braz
Synthesizer [Modular Synthesizer]Daft Punk
VoiceGiorgio Moroder
9:04
B1Within
BassNathan East
PercussionQuinn (3)
Piano [Solo Piano]Chilly Gonzales*
VocalsDaft Punk
3:48
B2Instant Crush
BassNathan East
PercussionQuinn (3)
Synthesizer, Keyboards, GuitarDaft Punk
Vocals, Lead Guitar, Co-producerJulian Casablancas
5:37
B3Lose Yourself To Dance5:53
C1Touch8:18
C2Get Lucky6:09
C3Beyond
BassJames Genus
DrumsOmar Hakim
GuitarPaul Jackson Jr.
KeyboardsChris Caswell (2)
Pedal Steel Guitar [Pedal Steel], Lap Steel Guitar [Lap Steel]Greg Leisz
Vocals, SynthesizerDaft Punk
4:50
D1Motherboard
BassJames Genus
Glass Harmonica [Cristal Baschet]Thomas Bloch
GuitarPaul Jackson Jr.
KeyboardsChris Caswell (2)
Pedal Steel Guitar [Pedal Steel]Greg Leisz
PercussionOmar Hakim, Quinn (3)
Synthesizer [Modular Synthesizer]Daft Punk
5:41
D2Fragments Of Time
DrumsOmar Hakim
GuitarPaul Jackson Jr.
Pedal Steel Guitar [Pedal Steel]Greg Leisz
PercussionQuinn (3)
Synthesizer [Lead Synthesizer]Daft Punk
Vocals, Co-producerTodd Edwards
4:39
D3Doin' It Right
Synthesizer [Modular Synthesizer]Daft Punk
VocalsDaft Punk, Panda Bear
4:11
D4Contact
BassJames Genus
Co-producerDJ Falcon
DrumsOmar Hakim
Performer [Sample From "We Ride Tonight"]The Sherbs
Synthesizer [Modular Synthesizer]DJ Falcon, Daft Punk
6:23
Ad

Companies, etc.

Credits

Notes

Gatefold sleeve. Booklet includes complete lyrics.

Sealed copies have a sticker on the front:
"Feat. Get Lucky & Lose Yourself To Dance
Daft Punk ™
180 gram double vinyl
88883716861"
(The sticker for this release has no reference to a download card).

Text on the cover (backside, lower left):
©2013 and ℗2013 Daft Life Limited under exclusive license to Columbia Records, a Division of Sony Music Entertainment / Distributed by Sony Music Entertainment / Dystrybucja w Polsce: Sony Music Entertainment Poland Sp. z o.o., ul. Chóralna 14, 02-879 Warszawa / All trademarks and logos are protected / Made in the EU / Columbia is the exclusive trademark of Sony Music Entertainment / LC00162 / 88883 71686 1

Songs published by:
Track A1: Imagem Music for the world excluding France, Daft Music / Because Music for France, XLC Music (BMI), Miss Mittie Music (BMI)
Track A2: Imagem Music for the world excluding France, Daft Music / Because Music for France
Track A3: Imagem Music for the world excluding France, Daft Music / Because Music for France, Giorgio Moroder Publishing (ASCAP)
Track B1: Imagem Music for the world excluding France, Daft Music / Because Music for France, EMI Music Publishing
Track B2: Imagem Music for the world excluding France, Daft Music / Because Music for France, Julian Casablancas Publishing (ASCAP) for North America & Warner/Chappell Music Publishing Limited for rest of the world. Julian Casablancas appears courtesy of Rough Trade / RCA Records
Track B3: Imagem Music for the world excluding France, Daft Music / Because Music for France, XLC Music (BMI), EMI April Music, Inc. obo itself and More Water From Nazareth (ASCAP)
Track C1: Imagem Music for the world excluding France, Daft Music / Because Music for France, Sunset Squid Music, Kazz Song, Inc
Track C2: Imagem Music for the world excluding France, Daft Music / Because Music for France, XLC Music (BMI), EMI April Music, Inc. obo itself and More Water From Nazareth (ASCAP)
Track C3: Imagem Music for the world excluding France, Daft Music / Because Music for France, Sunset Squid Music, Kazz Song, Inc.
Track D1: Imagem Music for the world excluding France, Daft Music / Because Music for France
Track D2: Imagem Music for the world excluding France, Daft Music / Because Music for France, Todd Imperatrice (ASCAP)
Track D3: Imagem Music for the world excluding France, Daft Music / Because Music for France, Panda Lennox (ASCAP) published by Chrysalis. Panda Bear appears courtesy of Domino Records
Track D4: Imagem Music for the world excluding France, Daft Music / Because Music for France, Stephane Queme, Perfect Pitch Music Publishing (ASCAP). Contains a sample from The Sherbs recording "We Ride Tonight" produced under license from Liberation Music Pty Ltd and used by courtesy of Atlantic Recording Corp. under license from Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group Company. Contains audio from the Apollo 17 mission used by courtesy of NASA and Capt. Eugene Cernan.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 888837168618
  • Label Code: LC00162
  • Rights Society: SIAE
  • Rights Society: BIEM/GEMA
  • Matrix / Runout (A-side runout, etched): BH72536-01 A2 88883716861 A MPƵ & Ben.S
  • Matrix / Runout (B-side runout, etched): BH72536-01 B2 88883716861 B Ben.S & MPƵ
  • Matrix / Runout (C-side runout, etched): BH72536-02 C2 88883716861-C Ben.S & MPƵ
  • Matrix / Runout (D-side runout, etched): BH72536-C2 D4 88883716861-D MPƵ & Ben.S ALL ENDS WITH BEGINNINGS
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1 / Variant 2): BH72536-01 A2 88883716861 A MPƵ & Ben.S
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2 / Variant 2): BH72536-01 B2 88883716861 B Ben.S & MPƵ I=C
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 3 / Variant 2): BH72536-02 C2 88883716861 C Ben.S & MPƵ RS
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 4 / Variant 2): BH72536-C2 D4 88883716861 D MPƵ & Ben.S 31▽ ALL ENDS WITH BEGINNINGS

Other Versions (5 of 49)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Random Access Memories (2×LP, Album, Stereo, 180 Gram)Columbia, Columbia, Sony Music, Sony Music88883716861, 88883 71686 1UK, Europe & US2013
Random Access Memories (CD, Album)Columbia88883716862Europe2013
Random Access Memories (CD, Album)Columbia, Sony Music88883716862Australia2013
Random Access Memories (Édition Studio Masters) (13×File, ALAC, FLAC, Album, Stereo, 24 bits / 88.2 kHz)Columbia0886443927087France2013
Random Access Memories (CD, Album, Limited Edition, Slipcase)Columbia88883716862Australia2013
AlexeySkripnik's profile picture
AlexeySkripnik
Matrix says: ALL ENDS WITH BEGINNINGS

Great pressing, clean from the box, silent.
leonthepro's profile picture
leonthepro
Edited one month ago
With little info shared regarding the different cuts I took it upon myself to seek them out and compare.
The idea that some proclaim the original Chab cut to be superior to Bens later 2021 cut is as far as I can tell completely overblown.
I have both and after some switching between records I felt I couldnt say anything definitive over the Turntable. So I made some needledrops, normalized them, lined them up and switched instantly between them. Still, there is barely any difference here worth mentioning but if I had to say something its that the drums can have a bit more snap and punch on certain tracks of Bens cut while vocals can be slightly louder on Chabs. This varies though and I mainly tested A2, B2 and B3. While I do like present vocals, on B3 they actually become sibilant on the original while the 2021 cut is much more pleasant to listen to.
In all other regards, they are near identical as far as I can tell. Theres no more dynamics on the original like some claim, or lack of distortion on Contact, or much greater clarity for that matter, they are pretty much the same. I do like the poly inners but thats about the only advantage it has since my new release came in perfect anyway.
It all makes sense too. If you look up these engineers you will see that they all work at Translab in France and both were probably afforded the same source and equipment. I would hazard a guess the same goes for the 2017 Gopher cut as well.
Bottom line is, dont worry about sound differences between these pressings too much, but if you want an original for collecting an easy way to tell is the lack of the Sony Music logo on the back of the sleeve.

Equipment Used:
Technics SL-1210GR Turntable with ATVM95ML Cartridge
iFi iPhono 2 RIAA
Cyrus 2 Amplifier
System Fidelity SF-3050 Tower Speakers
tracey12's profile picture
tracey12
Edited one month ago
Excellent sounding pressing, no surface noise whatsoever. Paper inner sleeves, but no noticeable damage to lps. Cleaned with RCM and used Furutech deStat device before first listen. Pro-ject Debut Carbon Evo turntable, Ortofon blue cartridge. Gorgeous sound and engaging listen. Purchased from record store, worth tracking down :).
TheVibratory's profile picture
TheVibratory
Lots of surface noise. Pops and crackles. Not the best pressing.
AppleBlossome88's profile picture
AppleBlossome88
Anyone compared this reissue to 2013 original pressing ? Let's discuss here please ?
Slavian49's profile picture
Slavian49
Good version. Sounds clear and dynamic. I wasn't disturbed by any surface noise during the first spin.
Definitely a good value
ZMJ10413's profile picture
ZMJ10413
Very very quiet press, no pops or surface noise anywhere throughout both LP’s. Very dynamic, all instruments sound clear as a bell. Highly recommended if you haven’t picked up a copy of this yet! Only complaint is it has regular paper inner sleeves, unlike the poly lined earlier releases, but if you’ve got your own it’s no problem at all! Pick it up ASAP!!
SijiJabbar's profile picture
SijiJabbar
Edited 2 months ago
If you're not fussed about sound quality, this reissue might do. If you are, I'd advise shelling out extra for the 2013 first pressing release cut by Chab (https://www.discogs.com/Daft-Punk-Random-Access-Memories/release/4570366), even if it means only getting a near mint copy. They simply do not compare.
Jonah7Discogs's profile picture
Jonah7Discogs
This vinyl sounds good. I got it from a record store today. Very quiet pressing but some crackles and pops midway through songs either because it was dirty.
christidal's profile picture
christidal
I had the OP (European run) and sold it a while ago (does that make me a scalper? ;) and just got this and while the OP surely sounded great, this version's bass is totally pushing me into the sofa. It definitely doesn't sound any worse than the first press. I don't think I have another record with that kind of bass intensity and clarity at the same time.