Random Access Memories

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Random Access Memories

Random Access Memories

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It performs disco's oldest trick, which is to conjure up happiness from a tiny kernel of melancholy.

Given the input of disco icons Giorgio Moroder and Nile Rogers it's entirely understandable that the overbearing sound on Random Access Memories is one of classic disco with lead single "Get Lucky" a good indicator for what to expect. most of the tracks have nothing original or interesting, "Get Lucky" is nice but again bass saturated, what a poor artist and engineering job, you need to review your Classics, any solo album by G.marks the 10th anniversary of Daft Punk multi Grammy-winning hit record Random Access Memories including Get Lucky, Instant Crush, Lose Yourself To Dance and featuring Pharrell Williams, Nile Rodgers, Julian Casablancas, Paul Williams, Panda Bear and Todd Edwards. In fact, listening to it, it kind of brings back memories of when I used to listen to Discovery, so I guess it must be doing something right.

All image and audio content is used by permission of the copyright holders or their agents, and/or according to fair dealing as per the UK Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988. It should make you feel good, put a smile on your face, and make you want to go out and party and celebrate with friends, or just to cheer you up at home to chill out to (just to get the record straight here, my favourite bands are Radiohead, Nine Inch Nails and Depeche Mode, and whereas their music may do well commercially, it falls into a separate genre of 'dark art pop').As a big Strokes fan, I have always dreamed of this sort of collaboration between my favourite artists and it really delivered! The album was the French electronic music duo’s last and it includes the transatlantic number one ‘Get Lucky’ which features – and was co-written by – Pharrell Williams and Nile Rodgers (the pair also made contributions to another single, ‘Lose Yourself To Dance’). Beyond" is another grower of a track with once again very nice use of vocoders, however the I wished they'd gotten rid of the strings at the start, I really disliked them myself!

The Game Of Love" brings us straight back to those beautiful melancholic tracks that we've seen from Daft Punk (Something About Us and Make Love) and the vocoders on this track are a real highlight, you can see the work they have put in to make sure they sound as human as possible. Julian's solo is actually fantastic on here as well and really suits the track (I could try and explain this track but it wouldn't give it justice).

To celebrate this milestone this is a special expanded edition including 35 minutes of unreleased music (Demo and Studio Outtakes). Contains a sample from The Sherbs recording "We Ride Tonight" Produced Under License From Liberation Music Pty Ltd and used by courtesy of Atlantic Recording Corp. The fourth and final studio album from the now disbanded French electronic duo, Daft Punk, Random Access Memory gets a re-release on Sony complete with an exclusive poster and 16-page booklet.

I've been a fan of Daft Punk for a long time now and found myself purchasing almost any piece of music that has got Thomas' or Guy-Man's fingerprints on, so when this album was announced I experienced an anticipation for an album that I had never experienced before (this was before even the incredibly clever marketing strategy really took off). To celebrate this milestone a special expanded edition will be released including 35 minutes of unreleased music ( Demo and Studio Outtakes ). Fragments Of Time" is a beauty of a track and one that I would have never pegged Daft Punk for writing but I am so happy that they did.Another brilliant album by the greatest producers in Dance and Electronic music that will undoubtedly change up the electronic music game.



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