History Music / DaftPunk

19th Jan '18 4:33:20 AM StFan
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** Daft Punk appear as themselves in a cameo in ''Intestella 5555'' at a music awards ceremony, where they lose to the main characters. In case you don't get the significance of that, in a 65 minute video (opening and credits included), they have a five-second cameo, and then they ''lose to a fake band '''that's playing their music'''''.

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** Daft Punk appear as themselves in a cameo in ''Intestella ''Interstella 5555'' at a music awards ceremony, where they lose to the main characters. In case you don't get the significance of that, in a 65 minute video (opening and credits included), they have a five-second cameo, and then they ''lose to a fake band '''that's playing their music'''''.
18th Jan '18 8:10:27 PM costanton11
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They have released four albums thus far, alongside film scores, two films of their own creation and several side projects. 1997's ''Homework'' (and its live album counterpart ''Alive 1997'') was a trailblazing showcasing of French house, Chicago house and acid house; their signature sound was accompanied by eye-popping music videos by MichelGondry for "Da Funk" and "Around the World", which were many peoples' introduction to house music and electronica in general. Daft Punk followed this up with 2001's ''Discovery'', which combined soul and disco samples with slick production values. The entire album was the score for an anime film, ''[[Anime/{{Interstella5555}} Interstella 5555: The 5tory of the 5ecret 5olar 5ystem]]'' (directed by the legendary Creator/LeijiMatsumoto) and featured some of their most recognizable hits, "One More Time" and "Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger".

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They have released four albums thus far, alongside film scores, two films of their own creation and several side projects. 1997's ''Homework'' (and its live album counterpart ''Alive 1997'') was a trailblazing showcasing of French house, Chicago house and acid house; their signature sound was accompanied by eye-popping music videos by MichelGondry Creator/MichelGondry for "Da Funk" and "Around the World", which were many peoples' introduction to house music and electronica in general. Daft Punk followed this up with 2001's ''Discovery'', which combined soul and disco samples with slick production values. The entire album was the score for an anime film, ''[[Anime/{{Interstella5555}} Interstella 5555: The 5tory of the 5ecret 5olar 5ystem]]'' (directed by the legendary Creator/LeijiMatsumoto) and featured some of their most recognizable hits, "One More Time" and "Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger".
1st Dec '17 8:39:34 AM ectostar
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* ClothesMakeTheLegend / IconicOutfit: Their robot helmets.


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* IconicItem: Their robot helmets.
26th Oct '17 4:06:54 PM Philulz
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** Daft Punk appear as themselves in a cameo in ''Intestella 5555'' at a music awards ceremony, where they lose to the main characters. In case you don't get the significance of that, in a 65 minute video (opening and credits included), they have a five-second cameo, and then they ''lose to a fake band playing their music''.

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** Daft Punk appear as themselves in a cameo in ''Intestella 5555'' at a music awards ceremony, where they lose to the main characters. In case you don't get the significance of that, in a 65 minute video (opening and credits included), they have a five-second cameo, and then they ''lose to a fake band '''that's playing their music''.music'''''.
10th Sep '17 10:56:53 AM Discord_and_Dine
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** And just four years later, they would finally score a #1 hit (in the U.S.) by producing and featuring in [[{{Music/TheWeeknd}}]]'s "Starboy".

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** And just four years later, they would finally score a #1 hit (in the U.S.) by producing and featuring in [[{{Music/TheWeeknd}}]]'s [[Music/TheWeeknd The Weekend's]] "Starboy".
10th Sep '17 10:56:02 AM Discord_and_Dine
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** And just four years later, they would finally score a #1 hit (in the U.S.) by producing and featuring in [[Music/TheWeeknd]]'s "Starboy".

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** And just four years later, they would finally score a #1 hit (in the U.S.) by producing and featuring in [[Music/TheWeeknd]]'s [[{{Music/TheWeeknd}}]]'s "Starboy".
10th Sep '17 10:55:22 AM Discord_and_Dine
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** And just four years later, they would finally score a #1 hit (in the U.S.) by producing and featuring in [[Music/TheWeeknd]]'s "Starboy".
4th Sep '17 11:36:36 PM CosmicCat
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+ Music/AphexTwin, Music/TheBeachBoys, Creator/JohnCarpenter, Music/WendyCarlos, The Doobie Brothers, Music/Eagles, Music/EltonJohn, Music/FleetwoodMac, Music/BernardHerrmann, Philip Glass, Music/JeanMichelJarre , Music/MauriceJarre, Music/{{MC5}}, Music/GiorgioMoroder, Music/PrimalScream, Music/MaxSteiner, Music/TheRollingStones, Music/TheStooges, Music/{{Supertramp}}, Vangelis

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+ Music/AphexTwin, Music/TheBeachBoys, Creator/JohnCarpenter, Music/WendyCarlos, The Doobie Brothers, Music/Eagles, Music/{{Eagles}}, Music/EltonJohn, Music/FleetwoodMac, Music/BernardHerrmann, Philip Glass, Music/JeanMichelJarre , Music/MauriceJarre, Music/{{MC5}}, Music/GiorgioMoroder, Music/PrimalScream, Music/MaxSteiner, Music/TheRollingStones, Music/TheStooges, Music/{{Supertramp}}, Vangelis
1st Sep '17 9:50:19 PM stuffedninja
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24th Aug '17 9:36:21 PM dlchen145
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Daft Punk is one of the most popular electronic bands ever (along with Music/{{Kraftwerk}}, Music/YellowMagicOrchestra and a few others). Formed in 1993 by Frenchmen Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo, the duo have [[TropeCodifier popularized French house music and established many of its elements]], to the point where they are sometimes mistakenly credited as having created the genre. Nevertheless, Daft Punk's work definitely furthered the acceptance of electronic music in mainstream culture.

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Daft Punk is one of the most popular electronic bands ever (along with Music/{{Kraftwerk}}, Music/YellowMagicOrchestra and a few others). Formed in 1993 by Frenchmen Thomas Bangalter (born 3 January 1975) and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo, Homem-Christo (born 8 February 1974), the duo have [[TropeCodifier popularized French house music and established many of its elements]], to the point where they are sometimes mistakenly credited as having created the genre. Nevertheless, Daft Punk's work definitely furthered the acceptance of electronic music in mainstream culture.
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