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DAFT PUNK : Random Acces Memories (Album Review)

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ARTIST

Daft Punk

ALBUM NAME

Random Access Memory

LABEL

Columbia Records

DOPENESS RATING

7.2

ARTIST

Daft Punk

ALBUM NAME

Random Access Memory

LABEL

Columbia Records

DOPENESS RATING

7.2

The dynamic duo Daft Punk, popular for their robotic feel has created another masterpiece entitled Random Access Memories! The French musicians Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo and Thomas Bangalter delivered a revolutionized version of their claim to fame – versatility. The drum machines and synthesizers combined with amazing collaborations easily make this album the soundtrack to your summer fun.

The track listing consistently composed of groovy songs like “Get Lucky” and “Lose Yourself to Dance” featuring Pharrell Williams pave the path to a musical cerebral journey. Random Access Memories provides you with the perfect blend of modern funk and techno/soul. The throaty masculine tone capturing your ears on “Fragments of Time” is the voice of artist Todd Edwards, giving the album a daring spin into the direction of creative genius.

Over all, this new album from Daft Punk is a must have, and is definitely the go to album for all of your summer time adventures!

Zoo Davis

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