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Re: Daft Punk Sightings7th Jan 2012, 21:51 #695
Re: Daft Punk Sightings17th Jan 2012, 07:29 #696
Hey guys, I think I found something kind of neat on itunes. Im not sure if this has been brought up already and I apologize if it has.
Anywho, I was browsing through iTunes and i noticed that they have celebrity playlists listed on the side were various celebrities pick out songs. Sure enough, Daft Punk has a playlist. Pretty interesting songs they have picked out. They even commented on the songs they chose.
I wonder if it was really them that picked out the songs, I have no idea why anyone else would pick them out and claim to be Daft Punk but who knows.
Re: Daft Punk Sightings18th Jan 2012, 09:11 #697
random but for those of you who remember the Daft Punk TRON T1 Headphones, A pair just sold on Ebay for $970. Funny because MSRP is $350 :P
Re: Daft Punk Sightings18th Jan 2012, 13:32 #699
Here's their playlist for anybody that can't find it (note: there's really no dance music, so if you're looking for that you'll be disappointed):
01. Main Title - John Carpenter
02. Chase - Giorgio Moroder
03. Flash's Theme - Queen
04. Blade Runner (End Titles) - Vangelis
05. Body Double (Body Double) - Pino Donaggio
06. Suspiria (originale) - Goblin
07. The Anvil of Crom - Main Title Conan the Barbarian - Steven Scott Smalley
08. Koyaanisqatsi - Philip Glass & Philip Glass Ensemble
09. Betrayal (Sorcerer Theme) - Tangerine Dream
10. Helen's Theme - Michael Riesman & Western Wind
11. Wild Signals - John Williams
12. Chasing Sheep Is Best Left to Shepherds - Michael Nyman
13. Dueling Banjos - Eric Weissberg & Deliverance
14. Live and Let Die - Paul McCartney
And here are their first five track comments (iTunes won't let me copy and paste them, and I didn't feel like typing them all out...):
01. Main Title - John Carpenter - "John Carpenter discovers in 1981 what 1997 will sound like."
02. Chase - Giorgio Moroder - "1978: Giorgio goes to Hollywood."
03. Flash's Theme - Queen - "Instantly recognizable as the thumping starts. A great childhood memory."
04. Blade Runner (End Titles) - Vangelis - "Vangelis crafted the ultimate end-title track."
05. Body Double (Body Double) - Pino Donaggio - "The SEXIEST score ever."
And I think that Daft Punk definitely were the ones to pick them out. According to Apple, all of the Celebrity Playlists are "picked by notable actors, musicians, celebrities, athletes, and anyone else on our cultural radar, with comments on what each song means to them." So, assuming that's true, then both the playlists and comments our Daft Punk's.
Last edited by scutheotaku; 18th Jan 2012 at 13:35.
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