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25th Jul 2009, 17:14 #101
I think I've told this story a few times before, but here goes:
When I was younger, I used to wander around the iTunes music store fairly often, listening to something, deciding I liked it, and then using the "Listeners Also Bought..." function to go off to another album and do it all over again. Sometimes I'd use other go-betweens, such as iMixes or an iTunes Essentials list. One day an Essentials list (Electronica 101, if you care) led me from "The Orb's Adventures Beyond the Ultraworld" to , via HBFS (though it has now been removed from the list). I was mildly interested, but hardly excited. I wandered around a bit, and for some reason my focus was on "Daft Club". I then forgot about the band for a while. Until, that is, one day when I was on a similar browsing adventure several years later, looking for the original version of "Calabria". After a fruitless venture, I went back to the page for the Enur cover that had gotten me interested in the first place, only to notice the HBFS live single in the "Listeners Also Bought" section. Remembering the song from browsing around many years ago, I clicked on the link and, from the reviews, believed that a new album was days away (turned out it was , which I initially thought was some sort of ecologically-oriented festival they were playing at). Deciding I'd make myself an expert on the band before their new album came out, I brushed myself up on " " and noticed Interstella 5555 was mentioned in one of the comments. I looked up the movie and that was what really pulled me in. By the time came out, I was a fan.
25th Jul 2009, 19:06 #102
The first time i heared daft punk was in the car when one more time was playing i became a fan when a friend of mine set veridis quo on.
25th Jul 2009, 20:22 #104
I was 5 years old and it was '99 christmas holidays and I was with chickenpox so I was always seeing tv. Once in some music channel they played around the world. I was like: woooow and i sung it for a month lol
only a few months ago I discovered properly daft punk with interstella 5555
25th Jul 2009, 21:05 #105
i first heard One More Time when i was really little. i didn't know it was Daft Punk. then, i was playing some flash game when i was in sixth grade and the background music was Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger. i still didn't know it was Daft Punk. then, i heard the Heineken commercial with Technologic as the background. i still did not know who made the song but my mom loved it. then, we were in gym class and the teacher had Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger playing and i remembered it. then, in my freshman year, i was playing another flash game online and the background music was Technologic. then i researched who made Technologic and found Daft Punk and recognized so many of their songs that i had already heard. i fell in love!
25th Jul 2009, 21:32 #106
I first heard technologic on the iPod ad and I really liked it but I couldn't find out what the song was called or who it was by. I then heard One More Time on some kids channel, can't remember which, but for some reason I didn't think it was an actual song... I then heard HBFS on a random video on youtube advertising a website of a game hacker and I really liked the sound of it and i noticed the song name and artist in the credits so I searched for more dp songs and found technologic and one more time and songs like around the world, robot rock, da funk, digital love and crescendolls and immediately loved the sound of their music. I only listened to the worst stuff until daft punk, it changed the way i feel about music :3
25th Jul 2009, 21:54 #107
Two years ago my friend showed me thing called a talkbox, I looked it up, I saw a guy playing HBFS on a MicroKorg, I looked up the MK and that started my love of electronic music. On the related box on the video there was the Alive2007 atw/hbfs video.
25th Jul 2009, 22:43 #109
Who's Daft Punk?
I heard them on Toonami, probably One More Time. Then my brother bought me for my birthday and I ended up losing it, not realizing until 3 years ago that Daft Punk was the greatest musical group on the face of the earth. I ran out and bought shortly after.
25th Jul 2009, 23:14 #110
I heard 'Around the World' ten years ago, on MTV or so. And I didn't like first time. But few years ago my friend gave me their CDs, and I couldn't stop listening to it, I fell in love.
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