14 Songs, 1 Hour 1 Minute

EDITORS’ NOTES

Daft Punk made waves with the sleek, underground sounds of their debut, but their far more rambunctious follow-up turned the French duo into legends. From the irresistible "One More Time" to the soulful closer "Too Long," Discovery redefined house music for the 21st century, mixing up '70s AOR and Barry Manilow samples with funk loops, filtered synths, and contributions from legends like DJ Sneak, Romanthony, and Todd Edwards. Dance music's usually considered a singles genre, but Daft Punk gave us an album for the ages.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Daft Punk made waves with the sleek, underground sounds of their debut, but their far more rambunctious follow-up turned the French duo into legends. From the irresistible "One More Time" to the soulful closer "Too Long," Discovery redefined house music for the 21st century, mixing up '70s AOR and Barry Manilow samples with funk loops, filtered synths, and contributions from legends like DJ Sneak, Romanthony, and Todd Edwards. Dance music's usually considered a singles genre, but Daft Punk gave us an album for the ages.

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