Daft Punk share “Motherboard (Drumless Edition)”

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Nobody would imagine that 10 years later we would have a new version of the successful album.

It’s been 10 years since we last saw a new album from the robotic French duo, but that hasn’t stopped them from continuing to re-imagine past songs, nor from making remixes of iconic songs, this time they haven’t disappointed because we’re nothing more than listening to a new version of the successful album.

And through networks the duo has let us know that they will release a battery-free version of their latest studio album. Let’s remember that not long ago they let us listen to an extended version of this where we can listen to 35 minutes of unreleased songs.

“I feel ‘relieved’ that the duo disbanded, the last thing I would like to be, in the world we live in, in 2023, is a robot,” said Thomas Bangalter in an interview.

While it is difficult to imagine most of the songs of daft punk No battery, Random Access Memories (Drumless Edition) should pique the interest of fans who want to delve deeper into the layers of the band’s compositions. If you are interested in obtaining a physical copy, pre-orders are now available and the full album will be released on November 17, while that happens you can now listen to a version drumless of “Within”and another of “Motherboard”, a song that we were already looking forward to hearing in this new version due to its complex percussions that are undoubtedly the basis of the song.


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