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  • Audio CD (Dec 4 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Enhanced, Live
  • Label: Virgin Records Us
  • ASIN: B000VS6PD2
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #105,394 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)


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--This text refers to an alternate Audio CD edition.


For fans of brazen electronic music, few acts offer the longevity, consistency, and booty-shakin' insistence of Daft Punk. In a kind of tenth anniversary celebration of the Parisian duo's limited-edition live album Alive 1997, Alive 2007 captures a long and sweaty concert performed before 18,000 hometown fans. There's almost nothing by way of original material here, though the performance culls all of Daft Punk's many notable singles from their uncompromising debut, Homework, the merciless Human After All; and the opulent, seminal Discovery (including lead single "Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger," which garnered renewed fame as the predominant sample buoying "Stronger," from rapper Kanye West's third album, Graduation). Regardless, devoted Parisians had weathered a full decade without a live performance, and the ecstatic, roof-raising release captured in this recording testifies to Daft Punk's inimitable position as one of the world's top electro-house phenomena. More importantly, perhaps, by fusing two or more "songs" per "track," Alive 2007 pulls off what 2003's remix/rarities album, "Daft Club," could not: namely, mixing the band's back catalogue with the kinetic fervor it deserves. At the end of the day (or the decade), no one does Daft Punk like Daft Punk. --Jason Kirk --This text refers to an alternate Audio CD edition.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Martine on July 21 2008
Format: Audio CD
I really like Daft punk! I enjoyed this CD very much & still pick it up again from time to time. They have great remix of their greatest hits live. I would say that Alive & homework are the best ones!
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In one word, incredible. May 18 2008
By Yoshi - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I've always liked Daft Punk, for me, but their albums never stay in rotation for more than a couple weeks without getting old. This live cd, on the other hand, is absolutely amazing-- I've had it for a few months now, and it still blows my mind.

You really feel the energy of the crowd in these songs, and you feel like you're right there if you close your eyes. I've heard the live show is "the best concert anyone has ever been, or will go, to", in the words of a friend. This album does a pretty good job of getting that point across.

The remixes of the songs are fantastic-- the melodies of different songs intertwine wonderfully. My favorites on the album are "Robot Rock/Oh Yeah" and "Television Rules The Nation/Crescendolls". Seriously, though, you won't find a fault with any of the songs. They're all great, easy to love, and even easier to dance to.

If you're a fan of electronic music, you HAVE to buy this. It's easily the best house/electronic album I've heard in a long time.
34 of 36 people found the following review helpful
Awesome Live Recording! Nov. 7 2010
By Gary Peterson - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I enjoy electronica music and I reviewed the Deadmau5 "For Lack of a Better Name" CD. Awesome album, by the way. Incredible! In any case, a rather pleasant series of comments followed including a few recommendations for selections which I might like. One of the Amazon reviewers, P Harper, said: "Gary! Gotta go with Daft Punk!!" Well, that's a good suggestion. Daft Punk appeared on my Amazon recommendations list several times and I appreciate the confirmation and the little boost.

In looking over the Daft Punk selections available, I decided to go with a set of Daft Punk Alive albums for several reasons. One, they were a good deal. Two, I've never been to a live electronica concert and my prospects of going are very slim. I'm 74 and would probably feel very uneasy at such a concert. I used to go to New Wave concerts (Devo, Blondie, Oingo Boingo, The Beat, etc) when I was in my forties and I really stood out then. Can you imagine a 74-year-old guy at a Daft Punk concert? Sorry, I just can't take that much attention. Well, in any case, I really love the music, it's great to listen to at home and the Alive discs give me a good feeling for what an electronica concert might be like.

The Daft Punk Alive 2007 CD is is overwhelming! It's one of the best live recordings I've ever heard irrespective of the genre of the music! Without question! It's just awesome! In a lot of ways it reminds me of a "Greatest Hits" album where your favorite band or performer presents all those songs which you have learned to love. The difference is that I've never heard Daft Punk before I bought this recording. I suppose it's a Daft Punk greatest hits assortment done up in bright new fashion especially for this dramatic occasion. The individual selections are masterfully chosen and seamed together into an almost continuous stream of melodic and dramatic music. It's real beat heavy and wonderfully melodic with a masterful blend of voices here and there. The sound is simply outstanding. Man, what more could you ask for?

The sound quality on this album is particularly good. I listen to it on a 100 watt per channel receiver with 7 speakers including two 12" woofers and an 80 watt powered subwoofer. It's minimal as far as high-end stereos go but it's quite sufficient for my aging ears. I usually play it at about half volume (quite loud) as I like to feel the music as well as hear it. The recording is just awesome. I'd guess it was recorded in some type of cavernous venue and it has a big, full, vibrant quality and I love the audience and the way it responds to the music. If you like good live recordings, this one is hard to beat.

Gary Peterson
27 of 29 people found the following review helpful
Incredible Nov. 22 2007
By J. Meehan - Published on Amazon.com
I saw Daft Punk's performance at Lollapalooza in Chicago. Between the light show, the music, and maybe 60,000 people going crazy on a beautiful night in Chi-town, this was one of the most incredible shows I have ever seen. Listening to this album (even though this was from the Paris show) is like going back to that night.

Been a long time Daft Punk fan. Only other time seeing them live was at a ghetto rave on the south side after Homework was released. From that tiny show to this world-class performance was quite a progression. Great to see them back in the limelight.
32 of 38 people found the following review helpful
Let the mind journey begin! Nov. 21 2007
By Daniel C. Hatfield - Published on Amazon.com
Alive 2007
In the wake of their 2007 international tour, Daft Punk releases "Alive 2007', a live recording of their performance in Paris. I can honestly say that, despite rarely finding time these days to listen to techo-style music, listening to this album was a thrilling experience. From what I've read, actually being at one of their concerts was downright incredible. In any case, for those of us who probably wouldn't know what to do with ourselves at a Daft Punk performance, we do have this sensational release. Close your eyes and get ready for the quintessential house/electronica mind journey.
11 of 13 people found the following review helpful
Reviewing the 2CD edition... Dec 4 2007
By conditionals - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
We all know the album is great. But the 2CD limited edition is worth every extra penny/ounce of time you spend tracking it down. It comes as a beautiful glossy book, with 50 pages of photos, and an amazing bonus disc featuring the encore (Human After All and Music Sounds Better With You!). BUY THIS.