16 Songs, 1 Hour 13 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Wanna dance? The funk-house party of the robots’ debut makes it a stone-cold classic. Using whomping beats, vocoder vocals and razor-edged pop instincts, the 1997 release from French producer/songwriters Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo and Thomas Bangalter sparked a disco revival. Homework also proves that house music has unlimited potential on the pop charts, fusing hip-hop swagger, swiggily synths and sparkling '70s glam into wildly catchy, hypnotic tunes like “Da Funk” and “Around the World.” Revolution has rarely sounded so fun.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Wanna dance? The funk-house party of the robots’ debut makes it a stone-cold classic. Using whomping beats, vocoder vocals and razor-edged pop instincts, the 1997 release from French producer/songwriters Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo and Thomas Bangalter sparked a disco revival. Homework also proves that house music has unlimited potential on the pop charts, fusing hip-hop swagger, swiggily synths and sparkling '70s glam into wildly catchy, hypnotic tunes like “Da Funk” and “Around the World.” Revolution has rarely sounded so fun.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
143 Ratings
143 Ratings
PeaceLoveMusic4ever! ,

Top 10 songs on the album

1. Da Funk: maybe a little repetitve but still clearly best on album
2. Teachers: weird but awesome, hidden gem of all Daft Punk songs
3. Around the World: catchy, over-rated, and still fantastic, but consider buyong the radio-edit
4. Burning: better version of Crescendolls on Discovery
5. Alive: great overall song
6. Oh Yeah: not a dance song, but a good beat
7. Revolution 909: catchy, and cool
8. Daftendirekt: whatever that voice is saying, it is very addicting
9. Phoenix: takes a while to get to the good part, but the good part is worth it
10. Indo Silver Club: very cool

Howisthisappgettinggoodreveiws ,

Amazing

It's good because it's daft punk

Cow cat dog ,

Awesome!

Not as good as Discovery but still awesome!!!!

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