Daft Punk - shiny disco balls
NME.COM feature on Daft Punk - shiny disco balls album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
Superb live release from the disco supremos...
Before Daft Punk became Hollywood Manga robots cruising the intergalactic disco highway, they released, in 1997, an amazing debut album called 'Homework'. The sum of all their teenage musical influences, it revitalised house, stretched techno apart like melted mozzarella and made dance music, in terms of its accessibility to a mainstream audience, the new pop. They were French too,...
- Oct 2, 2001
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The French duo delve into their bulging contact list to create a masterpiece that's ambitious, indulgent and above all, fun
- May 17, 2013
The much-anticipated movie sequel is finally here. But it's the brilliant soundtrack that is proving really worth the wait.
- Nov 29, 2010
'You’ll have to imagine the giant neon pyramid, though'
- Nov 16, 2007
Medley features snippets of the track constructed from different eras
Meanwhile, two men in Daft Punk helmets are spotted filming in New York
Meanwhile, Robin Thicke is the Official UK Singles chart Number One with 'Blurred Lines'
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