Take your shit opinions elsewhere, RAM is great
It's just that Matsumoto tried for his entire life and found the way to draw his perfect woman.
I'm not even kidding. That's why he draws them all the same way.
if it ain't broken don't fix it
>complains about black guy
>One More Time has a black guy singing with a talkbox
Besides, there's always the featured shit they've been doing recently with the Ethiopian douchebag. Forgot his name, but the electro-funk/new wave instrumental is nice, although I miss the house stuff.
>Veridis quo> voyager > superheroes
Superheroes> Voyager> Veridis Quo> Face to Face
Random Access Memories has some awesome tracks, but Discovery is in a league of it's own still.
>when you hit the Road at Sunset and put on RAM
no better way to start off a long journey.
Discovery haves something no other album haves
The waifus, no, really, it's just that with Interestela5555, Discovery gains the factor no many other albums have these days, and that is working like a one off melody of just one really long song, and when that happens it's fucking magical, also, posting underrated from RAM
Across was even better
RAM was OK, but I liked the other albums more than it. Personally I like Alive 2007 the most, since it's just fun remixes and mashups over all their tracks.
I think RAM's massive popularity partly stems from the fact that every hipster is yelling at people that it's an amazing title to show off you're new turn table set up (I've not actually heard it on vinyl, but I sort of doubt it). It ended up being second best selling record in 2013.
It can get kinda repetitive at times, but man, I love those french fucks.
You know, I was really angry that all they had for Voyager was the guitar licks on the Alive 2007 album. Why not play the entire song after that point and remix it? Do they hate Voyager?
>when you hit the Road at Sunset and put on RAM
Fuuuuuck, that's exactly what I did. I spent a month doing a 700 mile round trip every weekend, and RAM is what got me through it. I'd hit the road after work on Friday, it was dark, I was driving past all the lights in the city... It was unbelievably comfy.
Give Cosodorokitsune by Shojoskip a try next time. It's beautiful, spine-tingling Japanese shoegaze. It has the most beautiful instrumental I've probably heard in my life. Always manages to bring at least a tear down from my eye.
Would you prefer we discus REM instead?
I just don't think the song is good. I mean they've done repetitive chorus songs before but that one just feels like it takes the cake. Practically the entire song is the title and it just gets obnoxious. I don't know how it became so popular on the radio.
Its a catchy song from a well liked band which didn't produce any notably good music since 2001. And since it came out as a single long before the album it obviously would get popular.
My brother is hard into REM.
Good shit, but I never have a time where I think 'gee I really want to listen to some REM.'
It's best to just let it come on at a party or on the radio or whatever. The suprise makes it feel better
I miss that magical time of Daft Punk inundating so many things like flashes. I can't separate the internet of the 00's from Daft Punk and I wouldn't want to in the first place.
Uploaded this on /f/ just now: https://i.4cdn.org/f/blabber4xw.swf
I need something more
Honestly I think RAM is the best DP album, I kinda understand why people dislike it though, since it goes away from the house music that made them popular and goes full original instrumentation and disco/soft rock.
It just touches my soul in a way other albums don't.
I don't think they have a single bad album either.
>the entire album
It has some of their most detailed and different work.
Sure Get Lucky and Lose Yourself to Dance are the worst songs on the record but then you have Fragments of Time, Give Life Back to Music, Beyond, Touch, and Contact which are all GOAT
>5555 looks like fucking eye cancer
Fuck you Toei
>mfw that whole Alive 2007 set
My boner could not be contained
I guess I'm the only one who liked Instant Crush, if only for the music video
>TFW you get feels over fucking mannequins
>that song where it's the nigger singing about coming.
Are you implying it's bad? I actually quite liked it. Daft Punk's songs with Weeknd and Pharrell were pretty good so far.
Interstella 5555 was incredible, Daft Punk working with Leiji Matsumoto.
Why don't we get nice things like that more often?
>Sure Get Lucky and Lose Yourself to Dance are the worst songs on the record
Doin' it Right is by far the worst song on that album.
Get Lucky is a good song, I may hate the meaning of the lyrics, but the song is still good.
>Remind me again why do they only have 4 albums in a spawn of 20 years?
To be fair, they also did the Tron: Legacy soundtrack. And the Alive tour recordings could count as albums. Also:
>Human After All at the bottom
I didn't like it at first either, but it gets a new layer of depth when you watch it synced up with Electroma which makes it a lot more enjoyable.
>Find out about daft punk shortly after ALIVE 2007
>See that ALIVE 1997 was a thing
>"Holy shit this is amazing, I can't wait to see what'll happen in ALIVE 2017"
>RAM is the only album they've put out and it's mediocre to bad
I wouldn't say it's a "I've waited a decade for this" disappointment, but whenever I thought about daft punk it was something i thought about.
After RAM my hopes were mostly killed, though.
>>RAM is the only album they've put out and it's mediocre to bad
With every passing day, I am more and more convicing that people who call RAM mediocre to bad only listened to Get Lucky, said that it was normieshit and called it a day.
RAM has some alright songs.
i listened to the first two songs and i don't really have anything objectively bad to say about them but i don't like them
when i tried to think of something it was "well this is ok, but it's fairly similar to human after all and I'd probably prefer that instead
Discovery still remains the only music CD that to replace because I played it too much it became unusable. Good times.
>no one likes Instant Crush on RAM the best
>Honestly I think RAM is the best DP album, I kinda understand why people dislike it though, since it goes away from the house music that made them popular and goes full original instrumentation and disco/soft rock.
To be honest, if they hated that, they would hate half of Discovery and it was the best part. RAM was the closest album to that in spirit, IMO.
I guess, the world didn't get the memo.
Discovery gets points for having the best alternative album cover
Dance music is hollow, it's been that way ever since the 70s, probably beyond it. If the lyrics are deep, then it's the exception and not the rule.
But house music was created by nigs, gays, and gay nigs in Chicago. I know you're joking but it's an interesting fact.[/spoiler
What's your top three favorite songs from every album that isn't a single?
>Homework: Fresh, High Fidelity, Rollin' N Scratchin'
>Discovery: Voyager, Digital Love, Veri Disquo
>Human After All: Make Love, Television Rules the Nation, The Prime Time of your Life
NOW. DOO IT. TODAY.
>Random Access Memories: Motherboard, Contact, Giorgio by Moroder
>not going to an illegal rave playing 80s-90s house and techno
Discovery is for the glitzy expensive clubs, though there's nothing wrong with that. Homework is for the people dancing in some bumfuck area in the woods high out of their minds in the middle of the night.
i think its the other way around. discovery by its very nature of being a single music piece sounds like its something from a movie. its way too ambient and a complete musical product on its own that its kind of alienating outside of 'one more time' to be played in public. its not chill in any regard--its kind of depressing honestly. still a 10/10 album