The LP was previously only available in Japan
Daft Punk have made a remix LP of their 2005 album ‘Human After All’ available to purchase online.
The album was previously released as a limited-edition run in 2006 and was only available in Japan, however it is now available to purchase on iTunes.
Included on the album are remixes from the likes of Soulwax, Erol Alkan, Peaches, Digitalism and Daft Punk themselves. A full tracklisting for the record can be seen below:
‘Robot Rock’ (Soulwax remix)
‘Human After All’ (SebastiAn remix)
‘Technologic’ (Peaches No Logic remix)
‘The Brainwasher’ (Erol Alkan’s Horrorhouse dub)
‘The Prime Time of Your Life’ (Para One remix)
‘Human After All’ (“Guy-Man After All” Justice remix)
‘Technologic’ (Digitalism’s Highway to Paris remix)
‘Human After All’ (Alter Ego remix)
‘Technologic’ (Vitalic remix)
‘Robot Rock’ (Daft Punk Maximum Overdrive mix)
‘Human After All’ (The Juan MacLean remix)
‘Technologic’ (Basement Jaxx Kontrol Mix)
‘Technologic’ (Liquid Twins remix)
‘Human After All’ (Emperor Machine version)
‘Technologic’ (Le Knight Club remix)
Le Knight Club is the side project from Daft Punk’s Guy-Man De Homem Christo; the ‘Technologic’ remix featured has never previously been on sale.
‘Human After All’ is the third studio album from Daft Punk and was released on March 14, 2005. At the time of release, it peaked at Number 10 on the UK album charts and spawned the singles ‘Robot Rock’ and ‘Technologic’.
It was recently confirmed, that the elusive duo will be the subject of a new TV documentary. Commissioned by French channel Canal Plus, the one-hour film will chart the rise of Daft Punk since their formation 1993 and is set to air in 2015.