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  • Performer: Daft Punk
  • Album: Discovery
  • Label: Gala Records
  • Catalog #: 07243 571075 2 5
  • FLAC: 1072 mb | MP3: 1796 mb
  • Released: 2001
  • Country: Russia
  • Style: House, Electro
  • Rating: 4.6/5
  • Votes: 331
  • Category: Electronic
Daft Punk - Discovery flac

Tracklist

1Crescendolls
Written-By [Sample] – Aleta Jennings, Dwight Brewster
3:28
2Short Circuit3:24
3Nightvision1:43
4Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger
Written-By [Sample] – Edwin Birdsong
3:43
5Voyager3:46
6Superheroes
Written-By [Sample] – Barry Manilow, Marty Panzer
3:57
7Aerodynamic3:27
8Veridis Quo5:44
9Too Long
Lyrics By – A. MooreProducer, Vocals – Romanthony
10:00
10Digital Love
Written-By – Carlos Sosa, George Duke
4:58
11Something About Us3:50
12High Life3:13
13Face To Face
Producer, Vocals – Todd EdwardsWritten-By – Todd Imperatrice
3:58
14One More Time
Lyrics By – A. MooreVocals – Romanthony
5:21

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
8496062, 7243 8 49606 2 9Daft Punk Discovery ‎(CD, Album)Virgin, Virgin8496062, 7243 8 49606 2 9Europe2001
1001721Daft Punk Discovery ‎(CD, Album, RE)Parlophone1001721Mexico2014
7243 8 49606 4 3, TCV 2940Daft Punk Discovery ‎(Cass, Album)Virgin, Virgin7243 8 49606 4 3, TCV 2940France2001
724381001721, 7243 8 10017 2 1Daft Punk Discovery ‎(CD, Album)Virgin, Virgin724381001721, 7243 8 10017 2 1Mexico2001
TROCM17Daft Punk Discovery ‎(Cass, Album, RE, Unofficial)The Return Of CassettemanTROCM17RussiaUnknown

Credits

  • A&R [Tokyo Connector]Spike Sugiyama
  • Design Concept, Art DirectionAlex & Martin, Cedric Hervet, Daniel Vangarde, Gildas Loaec, Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo, Pedro Winter, Simon Scott , Thomas Bangalter
  • Mastered ByNilesh Patel
  • Photography By [Liquid Metal Photos]Mitchell Feinberg
  • Photography By [Piano Photo]Luis Sanchis
  • ProducerDaft Punk
  • Technician [Bionics Engineering]Alterian, Tony Gardner
  • VocalsDaft Punk (tracks: 4, 9)
  • Written-ByG-M de Homem-Christo, T. Bangalter
  • Design Concept, Art DirectionAlex & Martin, Cedric Hervet, Daniel Vangarde, Gildas Loaec, Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo, Pedro Winter, Simon Scott , Thomas Bangalter
  • Mastered By, Lacquer Cut ByNilesh Patel
  • Other [Bionics Engineering] – Tony Gardner & Alterian
  • Other [Tokyo Connector] – Spike Sugiyama
  • Photography By [Liquid Metal Photos]Mitchell Feinberg
  • Photography By [Piano Photo]Luis Sanchis
  • ProducerDaft Punk

Notes

Released under exclusive license from EMI Music.
For distribution in Russia and CIS countries excluding Moldova and Ukraine.Tracks A1 and D3 Published by Zomba music for world excluding France.
Delabel Editions / Daft Music for France. TTufftoney music (BMI) c/o 2P's W Music.

Tracks A2, B3 and C1 to D2 Published by Zomba music for world excluding France.
Delabel Editions / Daft Music for France.

Track A3 contains a sample from "I Love You More" written by George Duke.
Published by Mycenae Music Publishing Co (ASCAP), performed by G.Duke, used by permission of Sony Music Entertainment.
Published by Zomba music for world excluding France.
Delabel Editions / Daft Music for France.
Sneakarican Music (ASCAP)

Track B1 contains a sample from "Cola Bottle Baby" written by Edwin Birdsong.
Published by Edwin Birdson Music (ASCAP) and WB Music (ASCAP), performed by Edwin Birdsong, used by kind permission of Sony Music Entertainment.
Published by Zomba music for world excluding France.
Delabel Editions / Daft Music for France.

Track B2 contains a sample from "Can You Imagine" written by Dwight Brewster & Aleta Jennings.
Published by Chesyl Publishing, performed by The Imperials, used by kind permission of Power Exchange.
Published by Zomba music for world excluding France.
Delabel Editions / Daft Music for France.

Track B4 contains a sample from "Who's Been Sleeping In My Bed" written by Barry Manilow & Marty Panzer.
Published by Kamakazi Music Corp. (BMI) and SwaneeBRAVO! Music (BMI) administered by Careers - BMG Music Publishing (BMI), performed by Barry Manilow, used by permission of Arista Records.
Published by Zomba music for world excluding France.
Delabel Editions / Daft Music for France.

Produced for Daft Life

(P)&(C) 2001 Daft Life Ltd under exclusive license to Parlophone Music france. A Warner Music Group Company. This label copy information is subject of copyright protection. All rights of the producer and the owner of the recorded work reserved. Unauthorized copying, public performance, broadcasting, hiring or rental of this recording prohibited. Printed in the EU. 03098. V2940. PM213. 7243 8496061 2.

Gatefold cover with two colour printed inner sleeves.

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Dianantrius
Good press, solid album. Don't quite at the level of Homework or Random Access Memories but still a solid and classic French dance album.
DarK-LiGht
Repress, reshmesssh. Honestly, don't be disappointed if you didn't get an original copy of this LP. I think it's better than R.A.M. Nuff said.
nailer
My copy is also fine. I’ve added the runout codes in the description, mine are the Gopher ones. Maybe the hiss is on the other version? When in doubt, check the runout and buy the Gopher version, it sounds great.
Truthcliff
Just bought a copy of this pressing. No hissing to report on any of the album, even at the more quiet parts. I purchased it in a recordstore in Copenhagen - dont know for how long this example have been in the store, but it seems like they might finally did fix the hissing issue.
Shalinrad
My copy of this album is completely fine; absolutely no hissing on any of the album. Actually, probably the best sounding of my albums. Whether it's a new repress or reissue I dont know. I purchased it on the HMV website.
Naa
as the other reviews already stated, I can confirm the hissing sound/noise on at least the first two tracks of Side B, which makes it unpleasant to listen to....
Adrierdin
As stated by previous comments, there's a hissing on Side B. For me I found the hissing to be quite light during Harder Better Faster Stronger and is only noticeable on quieter sections of this track for me. It definitely gets worse throughout this side. Crescendolls has noticeable hissing throughout, and Nightvision is completely destroyed by this hissing. Superheroes is where it starts to go away. I've cleaned my record and needle multiple times to see if it's dust but it definitely sounds like the press.Be careful if you're buying records new like I am from stores. If you're from the UK, this is the print that you will find in stores like HMV.
Broadraven
I have the same hissing noise on the same track. Definitely a pressing issue. Avoid. Is this issue on all the pressings?
Monam
I wouldn't recommend this reissue.On my copy 2/3 of the track "Harder Better Faster Stronger" suffers from a hissing noise that is constantly repeating. Ruins much of that track for me.Discovery is still an amazing album, though!
Steamy Ibis
Daft Punk present themselves as the masters of clever repetition in this album. With the exception of the a bit too drawn-out closing track "Too Long" (nomen est omen), they know precisely when and how to throw in the right amount of variety into their sample-pot.The pure vocoder genius of "Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger" is by far the only standout track on this album, equally brilliant are the serene "Nightvision", the atmospheric "Verdis Quo", and the energetic "Superheroes" does indeed do justice to its name.Unfortunately this 2014 pressing is a bit on the noisy side in places ("Better, Harder, Faster, Stronger", "Too Long") hence subtracting one point from the total.Music: 5/5Pressing: 3.5/5
Arcanefire
Not a fan of this album....One more time is about it for me. I rather listen to the single of that song instead.
Abywis
This was my experience also... I will never understand all the hype with Daft Punk.
Vonalij
This Euro release has a longer copyright text on the bottom as opposed to the shorter US release
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