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Discovery

Released on 12 March 2001

Artist: Daft Punk

(11 customer reviews)  |  Write a review

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  1. One more time
  2. Aerodynamic
  3. Digital love
  4. Harder better faster stronger
  5. Crescendolls
  6. Nightvision
  7. Superheroes
  8. High life
  9. Something about us
  10. Voyager
  11. Veridis quo
  12. Short circuit
  13. Face to face
  14. Too long

customer Reviews

 Average rating (11 reviews)

 If your buying a daft punk album, make sure it's this one

| | See all philipwaite's reviews (5)

Listening to the other albums (human after all / homework) I would recommend all three but discovery truly sets what daft punk is all about. Before buying the other two, get discovery first. A good mixture of technological music with some bizarre but funky songs thrown in.

 Tres bien!

| | See all AmbientAndy's reviews (26)

Without doubt this is Daft Punk's finest hour of music. Since Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel De Homem Christo burst onto the scene during the 90's they have taken the dance music industry by storm.

Of course, everyone will know the catchy 'One More Time' , and also the others released as singles such as 'Harder Better Faster Stronger' (which Kanye West did his utmost to destroy). However, it's the other lesser-known tracks that make this album complete - 'Superheroes' is a particular favourite of mine with its energetic beat, while on the other end of the spectrum 'Something About Us' is a laidback and soppy tune, and is also the love theme for the animation film 'Interstella 5555' which the album itself was fundamentally created for.

What I believe has been the foundation of Daft Punk's success with this album is their patience, apparently this album took over 18 months to produce so it goes to show what quality can be achieved if you don't rush things. In contrast, their 2005 album 'Human After All' was produced in roughly six weeks and its quality wasn't even half of that of 'Discovery'.

Overall, this is a brilliant album and one that highlighted dance music at the height of its powers at the turn of the century.

 They Just Get Better

| | See all Woody2007's reviews (75)

After the great first album Homework, i was really looking forward Daft Punks second album, and they didnt disappoint. As other reviewers have said, i bought this album as soon as it came out and its never far away from the stereo. Its hard to pick out favourite songs but Aerodynamic & Harder Better Faster Stronger are superb.

5 Stars to everyones favourite french robots

 Excellent

| | See all Shanksy's reviews (2)

Like all types of music. Brought this album when it first came out and still listen to it about 3 or 4 times a week. Its an album that you don't get tired listening to. A must buy, for anyone who listens to music.