Daft Punk’s “Random Access Memories” returned to the top of the charts after its re-release

HI Crazy Punk lucky again: the fourth and final studio album by the French duo, “Random Access Memory”, returned to number one on the UK Dance/Electronic Albums chart. Billboard and now ranks eighth in Billboard 200 of all genres.


Cover of “Random Access Memories by Daft Punk| Photo: Disclosure

The revived buzz comes thanks to the album’s reissue to celebrate 10 years. The record spent a total of 22 weeks at number one, including its original stint on the chart in 2013.

The re-release of the album appears in flow on May 12th. With 35 minutes of news, the material includes extended versions of “Time Fragment” which was released as a single. Another very interesting option is music. “horizon”which until then had only been officially available as part of Japanese RAM CDs and now more easily accessible.

The French duo also released new, unprecedented material “Infinite Repetition” thereby renewing the partnership with Julian Casablanca and bands Voidz – which is already known by the public because “Instant Destroy”reach “Random Access Memory” year 2013.


Listen to the reissue of Random Access Memories in the player below:

Below, see the pair’s partnership with Julian Casablancas and The Voidz:

Although active since 1993, the duo has a modest discography, with only four albums: “Homework” (1997), “Invention” (2001), “After all Humans” (2005) e “Random Access Memory” (2013). However, Crazy Punk He has also become well known for participating in other pop culture media such as commercials, games, and animated films Interstellar 5555. The duo also wrote the soundtrack for the film. “Tron’s Legacy”from 2010.

Daft Punk’s “Random Access Memories” Returns to the Top of the Charts After Re-Release | Photo: Getty Images

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