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Robot Rock Single, Enhanced, Maxi, Import
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The first single to be taken from Daft Punk's third studio album, "Human After All", is the body thumping, guitar drenched "Robot Rock". The video for the song is directed by Thomas Bangalter and Guy Manuel De Homem Christo. This will be their second foray into directing (they directed "Fresh" from the "Homework" album) and is a natural progression for the pair, for whom visual creativity has always been key.
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Last week I bought this album and lemme tell you, the two remixes on here are Freakin' Sweet!
The Maximum Overdrive is really intense, and the Soulwax Remix is pure Robot gold,showing off everything the song could possibly be.
Good Buy if your lookin' for more Robot Rock
Robot Rock - A amazing song! It's like my 5th favorite of Daft Punk's! Nice tune. It's not annoying. It's Rock and Roll! (10/10)
Robot Rock (Radio Edit) - Basically the exact same thing. Just it's shorter then the original Robot Rock. (10/10)
Robot Rock (Maximum Overdrive) - A really cool remix. It's better than the other remix! It's pretty cool! (9/10)
Robot Rock (Soulwax Remix) - The remix is kind of annoying but it has really awesome moments. It's pretty good! (9/10)
Yah, I know, everybody says EDM can't make good remixes, but I think the remixes in this album were not bad. Overall, If your a hardcore Daft Punk fan, then I suggest buying this. Buy it on CD! It's always cooler on cd format and Digital!
Maximum overdrive is really more of Daft punk saying "These are the different vocoder samples we were playing with while making Human After All, all 72 (sic) of them. And now here's the different rhythms and hooks we toyed with but never really made the cut into the album... stuck together."
Soulwax remix is same idea but borrows the slow-to-faster-hokey-pokey used in "Primetime of Your Life" and glues on the 2 guitar riffs for 85% of the song. Fantasmic Disaster.
Really, if you love Daft Punk soo much that you're a completist (like I am), then you've probably already bought it. But if you can't decide on this EP or the Technologic EP (1st or 2nd), get either of the Technologic EPs. They were much more planned and as a result give a better performance than this whole CD can give you.
Oh and check out Vitalic. He rocks Hard just like Daft Punk did.