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French electronic duo Daft Punk’s 2001 album Discovery has become one of the most influential and revered albums in pop music, and paved the way for a whole host of artists and producers in the years to come. This vibrantly animated short documentary from Pitchfork takes a deep look into the album, exploring the collaborators that worked with the duo to create some of its biggest hits, as well as the influence the album has had on the music scene since its release. Presented as a kind of He-Man style animated adventure that fits in perfectly with the bright and and sparkling music of the album, the video shows us Daft Punk transforming into their robot state and flying through some sort of futuristic disco planet on space-scooters – pretty much perfectly summing up the band’s creative vision let’s be honest…

Daft Punk|Discovery|Documentary|Pop Music

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