Daft Punk share new Spotify playlist, includes Stevie Nicks and Drake – listen

Eclectic selection also includes The Rolling Stones, Major Lazer and Sky Ferreira

Daft Punk‘s Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo has made a Spotify playlist and shared it online – listen using the widget below.

It follows last month’s Spotify playlist from his bandmate Thomas Bangalter which included tracks by Jai Paul, The Strokes, Bon Iver and Chic, among others.

De Homem-Christo’s playlist is similarly eclectic, interspersing classic tracks by The Rolling Stones, Ramones and Stevie Nicks with more recent offerings from Drake, Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti and Sky Ferreira. Phil Collins’s wedding disco favourite ‘Against All Odds’ also makes an appearance.

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De Homem-Christo’s full playlist:

Alpha Bondy and the Natty Rebels – ‘Brigadier Sabari’
Cameo – ‘Attack Me With Your Love’
Drake – ‘Started From the Bottom’
E-40 – ‘Function [feat YG, IAmSu & Problem]’
Rocko – ‘U.O.E.N.O.’ [feat Rick Ross and Drake]
Sky Ferreira – ‘Everything Is Embarrassing’
Maurice Revel – ‘Pavane Pour Une Infante Defunte (Pavane For A Dead Princess)’
Juicy J, Big Sean and Young Jeezy – ‘Show Out’
TNGHT – ‘Bugg’n’
Stevie Nicks – ‘Stand Back’
The Rolling Stones – ‘Dance (pt 1)’
Ramones – ‘Here Today, Gone Tomorrow’
Raekwon – ‘Casablanca’
Alan Vega – ‘Jukebox Babe’
Carl Wayne – ‘Blackberry Way’
Phil Collins – ‘Against All Odds’
Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffit – ‘Only In My Dreams’
Major Lazer – ‘Get Free’ [feat Amber Coffman]

Meanwhile, it has recently been announced that Daft Punk’s ‘Random Access Memories’ has become Amazon’s best selling vinyl album ever. ‘Random Access Memories’ debuted at Number One on the UK’s Official Albums Chart when it was released in May of this year (2013).

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