Daft Punk reveal their own 10-minute-long remix of 'Get Lucky' - listen

Official remix of the 'Random Access Memories' track appears on Spotify

Daft Punk reveal their own 10-minute-long remix of 'Get Lucky' - listen

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Daft Punk have revealed their own 10-minute-long remix of 'Get Lucky'. Scroll down to hear it now.

The French duo first hinted at remixing their own material earlier this year. The final version of the remix has now gone up on Spotify, after numerous versions of the track surfaced online including a Nicolas Jaar re-working the whole of 'Random Access Memories' to a spoof version of the song sung by US President Barack Obama.

Meanwhile, Thomas Bangalter of Daft Punk recently said that he last took ecstasy in 1994, the same day Kurt Cobain was found dead. The French musician said he was not a fan of the drug, admitting that he only got involved for one year of his life nearly 20 years ago. "I did ecstasy for one year, from early 1993 to early 1994," he said. "The problem was that I was liking any music I’d hear, any crap – I had no critical judgment."

Additionally, a bonus track from the Japanese version of 'Random Access Memories' has emerged online. The song, titled 'Horizon', is an instrumental and appeared as an extra track on the release of the album in Japan.

Stream: Daft Punk - 'Get Lucky' (Daft Punk Remix)



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