Daft Punk announce details of £175 'Random Access Memories' boxset

The set will feature heavyweight vinyl, helmet design drawings, and original film strips from the 'Lose Yourself To Dance' video

Daft Punk announce details of £175 'Random Access Memories' boxset

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Daft Punk have released details of a 'Random Access Memories' deluxe boxset.

The set will be priced at £175 and is believed to be ready to hit shelves in time for Christmas.

It will feature a special edition 180 gram double vinyl of the album and a 10-inch vinyl containing an extended interview with Giorgio Moroder taken from the original session recordings for the song, 'Giorgio By Moroder'. The set also features a host of memorabilia and collectibles including a 56-page cloth-bound hardcover photo book of images the recording sessions.

Other items reportedly included are two sets of robot helmet design drawings, a pair of robot design posters, a 70mm motion picture film strip containing five sequential frames from the 'Lose Yourself to Dance' production dailies. A pair of gold and silver plated, metal encased, reusable USB drives containing high-resolution digital audio files of the 13 original tracks on 'RAM', including the Japanese bonus track 'Horizon' and the band's own remix of 'Get Lucky' also form part of the package.

'Random Access Memories' was originally released on May 17, 2013. It's still one of the fastest selling albums of the year in the UK.

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