Discovery Review

artist: Daft Punk date: 06/17/2005 category: compact discs
Daft Punk: Discovery
Released: Mar 13, 2001
Label: Virgin
Genre: Electronica
Styles: House, Club/Dance, Electronica, Progressive House, Left-Field House
Number Of Tracks: 14
This more than just more of the same repetitive techno/electronica you've heard. This is beautiful, original, and unique music.
 Sound: 8
 Lyrics: 6
 Overall Impression: 10
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overall: 8
Discovery Reviewed by: Emilio1, on june 17, 2005
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Sound: There's people that thought the name of the album left this message: disco-very, that means very-disco. The sound is a kind of "new" disco, but comes to be house, because in general, it sounds modern, freshy, and a bit funky. They sampled a lot of songs from the '80s artists, so I can definitively aprove that this album is disco house. // 8

Lyrics: There's lyrics in 7 tracks: One More Time; Digital Love; Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger; Superheroes; Something About Us; Face To Face and Too Long. The lyrics like "Face To Face" are made by Daft Punk, but sang by Romanthony (Anthony Moore) and Todd Edwards. There are songs that are sung by Daft Punk, but like always, they deform the sound and make it more electronic. // 6

Overall Impression: Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo made their first album, "Homework", who made them pioneers of french (electronic) music. But their new album, made in 2001, was their best hit in history. It's full of their style, mixed with disco house. // 10

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