Daft Punk ‎– Daft Club

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℗&© 2003 Daft Life under exclusive license to Labels, a division of EMI Music France.
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Tracks 3 & 7 contain a sample from "Cola Bottle Baby", written and performed by Edwin Birdsong.
Track 6 contains a sample of "I Love You More", written and performed by George Duke.
Track 9 contains a sample from "Can You Imagine", written by Dwight Brewster & Aleta Jennings and performed by The Imperials.

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  • Barcode (Text): 7 24359 63890 4
  • Barcode (Scanned): 724359638904
  • Label Code: 03098
  • Price Code: PM538
  • Rights Society: bel BIEM
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Other Versions (5 of 21) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
TOCP-66257 Daft Punk = ダフト・パンク* Daft Punk = ダフト・パンク* - Daft Club = ダフト・クラブ(CD, Comp + DVD-V, NTSC, Reg) Labels TOCP-66257 Japan 2003 Sell This Version
VISA 007394 Daft Punk Daft Club(CD, Comp, Enh, Promo) Labels VISA 007394 France 2003 Sell This Version
724359638904, CDV 2982 Daft Punk Daft Club(CD, Comp, Enh, Dig) Labels, Virgin 724359638904, CDV 2982 UK & Europe 2003 Sell This Version
V 2982, 724359424118, CDV 2982, 724359609119 Daft Punk Daft Club(2xLP, Comp, RE) Parlophone Music France, Labels, Parlophone Music France, Labels V 2982, 724359424118, CDV 2982, 724359609119 Europe Unknown Sell This Version
963890-PRL2 Daft Punk Daft Club(CD, Comp, Enh, RE) Labels, Parlophone, Warner Music Group 963890-PRL2 US Unknown Sell This Version


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November 17, 2018
edited 23 days ago
Ah the infamous Daft Club. Definitely one of, if not the most, hated Daft Punk releases. But to be completely honest, I don't think this release is terrible. It's not amazing, but not as bad as people make it out to be (in my opinion). It was originally a free download on the daft club site back in 2001, that was accessed with the daft club card packaged with some copies of Daft Punk's Discovery album when it was first released.

The compilation begins with Ouverture, which makes for a pretty decent opening. Next is Aerodynamic (Daft Punk Remix), and to be honest I think this particular remix is overrated. Don't get me wrong it's good, but I feel they could've done a bit more with it. It begins with a cool mashup of the One More Time vocals over the ladder half of Aerodynamic. After that though it's just an extended version of the original, with a few additions added at the 3/4th point.

Next is Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger (The Neptunes Remix), which is kinda boring, but not the worst thing here. The Phoenix remix is...strange. It begins with this terrifying distorted vocal sample before going into a really average beat. I like the wind instrument (sorry I don't know it's name) but the rest is just bad. There are better remixes of tracks from the Homework album that could've been included instead. Jess & Crabbe's Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger remix and the two Face to Face remixes are actually very good. The Digital Love Boris Dlugosh Remix however is just lazy. It's basically just the original but with a few chops towards the middle and a mediocre beat added to the beginning and end of the track.

The Aerodynamic Slum Village remix is okay, just not for me. Gonzales' version of Too Long is excellent. Definitely one of the best tracks here. Aerodynamite is also really good. It was originally released as a B-Side on the Aerodynamic single. Something About Us is an unnecessary inclusion. It's the same as the original but without the intro and outro. The Japanese version of Daft Club contains a bonus track: Dominique Torti's Wild Style Edit of Voyager. Unlike Boris' Digital Love "remix", Torti does a lot more with it's source material (chopping the track up in a cool, creative way, and also adding a couple sound effects. Very good edit).

Overall, Daft Club is good. Not amazing, but not terrible either. I'd recommend giving it a listen, but I'd skip over the less good remixes.


October 2, 2015

These remixes are terrible when they're not boring and uncreative.


January 28, 2012
Not worth owning. It's not bad - it would take quite the crappy producer to turn a Daft Punk single into garbage - but the remixes are for the most part lacking in imagination. 2/5


April 25, 2010
edited over 8 years ago

Ahh Daft Club, so much potential, but so few good tracks. The Japanese release is the only one worth buying in my opinion. On the Japanese version of Daft Club there was an exclusive 15th track, Dominique Torti's Wild Style Edit of Voyager, which chops up Voyager as if your CD player was skipping, but is actually a very good song. Also included in the Japanese release was a DVD including Interstella 5555 clips and a Daft Punk interview. When it comes to Daft Club overall in terms of songs however, aside from Ouverture, Aerodynamic [Daft Punk Remix], Boris Dlugosh's Remix of Digital Love, Dominique Torti's Wild Style Edit of Voyager, and Aerodynamite, Daft Club simply isn't worth your time. Thankfully these 5 tracks are definitely worth a listen. Buying any other release of Daft Club aside from the Japanese version will feel like a waste of cash. Why couldn't all the releases of Daft Club have those extras?