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    Re: Daft Punk - Live at the Red Box, Dublin October 1997

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    http://findarticles.com/p/articles/m.../ai_n14466610/

    I haven't read the article, but ctrl+f Daft Punk and get a little info about the day.

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    Re: Daft Punk - Live at the Red Box, Dublin October 1997

    Quote Originally Posted by conkeeling View Post
    I recent heard a new track by Detroit house legend, Omar S, which has a riff very similar to the riff DP used in the live version of Fresh for the Red Box show.

    It's the three note synthy/brassy riff that kicks in on its own around 3:39. Imagine this mixed with the main riff from Short Circuit and you'll get some sense of what it sounded like.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l8SYfPMknpQ
    Oooooo that would sound orgasmic. Also, any updates? I've been searching for weeks and have yet found nothing.
    "In the early '90s, Daft Punk performed a self-styled synthesis of acid house, funk and big beat electronica at illegal warehouse parties in France that "you had to crawl under barbed wire and run from police" to attend, as Bangalter recalled.

    http://www.thedaftclub.com/forum/signaturepics/sigpic6908_3.gif

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    Re: Daft Punk - Live at the Red Box, Dublin October 1997

    To anyone who was at the set in Red Box or knows people who were at it can you remember whether or not Daft Punk were wearing masks. I know it sounds like a stupid questions but my older sister was at the gig and she claims they weren't wearing any masks.

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    Re: Daft Punk - Live at the Red Box, Dublin October 1997

    Quote Originally Posted by mark.herty View Post
    To anyone who was at the set in Red Box or knows people who were at it can you remember whether or not Daft Punk were wearing masks. I know it sounds like a stupid questions but my older sister was at the gig and she claims they weren't wearing any masks.
    Why would they be wearing masks?


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    guys zeememba to pwezz ze play buttone on ableton for ze show to start.

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    Re: Daft Punk - Live at the Red Box, Dublin October 1997

    Quote Originally Posted by conkeeling View Post
    I recent heard a new track by Detroit house legend, Omar S, which has a riff very similar to the riff DP used in the live version of Fresh for the Red Box show.

    It's the three note synthy/brassy riff that kicks in on its own around 3:39. Imagine this mixed with the main riff from Short Circuit and you'll get some sense of what it sounded like.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l8SYfPMknpQ
    thanks for posting this track, it's awesome!

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    Re: Daft Punk - Live at the Red Box, Dublin October 1997

    No masks but you couldn't really see their faces clearly. I could see that one of them was smoking though.

    Not sure if I posted this before, but I found the contact info for the company that worked on the visuals with them for Daftendireckt and emailed him to ask if there would ever be a DVD of the full show (this would have been around 2002).

    He replied to say there wouldn't and that there had been some kind of dispute with DP - can't remember the details.

    The visuals for the 1997 tour were incredible - the clips on the DAFT DVD are far and away the weakest visuals of the entire show.

    Around the World/The Chase was mindbending...

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    Re: Daft Punk - Live at the Red Box, Dublin October 1997

    Have there been any updates concerning this because I have looked in a lot of places, but no luck.
    "In the early '90s, Daft Punk performed a self-styled synthesis of acid house, funk and big beat electronica at illegal warehouse parties in France that "you had to crawl under barbed wire and run from police" to attend, as Bangalter recalled.

    http://www.thedaftclub.com/forum/signaturepics/sigpic6908_3.gif

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    Re: Daft Punk - Live at the Red Box, Dublin October 1997

    Quote Originally Posted by daft gamer2 View Post
    Have there been any updates concerning this because I have looked in a lot of places, but no luck.


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    guys zeememba to pwezz ze play buttone on ableton for ze show to start.

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    Re: Daft Punk - Live at the Red Box, Dublin October 1997

    So this is like the legendary set that exists somewhere out there that everybody's searching for, eh? Well hopefully it shall be found if only for the exclusive song. Something to keep us motivated and looking forward to something during the dry spells at least.
    Check out my Youtube gaming channel if you happen to be interested. http://www.youtube.com/user/RefMr
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    Re: Daft Punk - Live at the Red Box, Dublin October 1997

    The search continues . . .




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