Daftpunk Homework

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“Rollin’ & Scratchin’” is yet another gritty, dark, almost industrial style house song that you expect to hear in the lower two rooms at the Fabric in London.“Teachers” then offers a first look at the more poppy-style sound the two would develop for their next album – although in a very rough form.It sucks if people have a budget turntable or wrongly setup turntable that can't handle the grooves of this album but it's unfair to blame the pressing. Bought a Homework vinyl off amazon on Cyber Monday last year, and I was quite surprised at the condition.

“Rollin’ & Scratchin’” is yet another gritty, dark, almost industrial style house song that you expect to hear in the lower two rooms at the Fabric in London.“Teachers” then offers a first look at the more poppy-style sound the two would develop for their next album – although in a very rough form.It sucks if people have a budget turntable or wrongly setup turntable that can't handle the grooves of this album but it's unfair to blame the pressing. Bought a Homework vinyl off amazon on Cyber Monday last year, and I was quite surprised at the condition.

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Released in 1997, it was titled Homework, and it’s often forgotten because it doesn’t sound like the pop/electro mixture Daft Punk got famous for.

“The sound of tomorrow, the music of today, brings you exclusively Daft Punk’s ‘Homework’”, the voice proclaims before the first “real” track, Revolution 909, starts.

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I was recently gifted a vinyl version of homework as my first vinyl record.

I was reading reviews of the vinyl edition and i saw a lot of people saying the pressing was awful and the record was skipping from the day they got it.

It shouldn’t work (the concept is cheeky), but then somehow it just … The bones of “Da Funk” are just so strong that it can withstand getting pushed through a time-warping black hole and coming out the other end.

It brings everything to a sweet fade, the album collapsing in on its own funk.

After hearing this album, I will never again struggle to understand the phrase 'too much of a good thing'.

I don't think you could really call anything on this album bad ("Phoenix" comes closest), but my word it's a slog to get through - 16 tracks of the same, admittedly good, sound is a hell of a chore.

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