25
Oct 2008
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Finally!

  • Jako

    Could someone please confirm that the links are working?
    Had some troubles to sort out with my filehoster…

  • Sara

    Yeah, they are. Well, the FF is at least. I assume the rest are.

  • Jako

    Thanks.

  • jamie

    i think the prince song is a mash-up, not an official daft punk remix

  • Jako

    Nope, it’s an official Daft Punk remix which can be found on the Daft Punk Remixes One vinyl.

    see http://www.discogs.com/release/478621

  • Ali

    sigh.

    Homework era > Human After All era

    nice stuff though yo. gonna keep tabs.

  • Anonymous

    That Franz one is a confirmed non-Daft Punk track though…

  • Anonymous

    the album is unofficial and done by artists not known as Daft Punk.

  • Anonymous

    yeh kiss is pretty obviously parts of da funk sampled with prince on top, not even in the same key.. cmon, daft punk wouldnt put their name to that..

  • Anonymous

    finally? this stuff is really old. bad post

  • Jako

    Well, ‘finally’: concerning the troubles I had with different filehosters because of the bandwidth hypem caused me.

    You don’t get it, if you don’t like my blog, nobody forces you to visit it, douche!

  • Anonymous

    this is an insult to the daft
    they are much more creative, you should know that.

  • Anonymous

    the only thing here that is legit daft is the aerodynamic track which they did remix on daft club

  • Anonymous

    i just clicked on this link off hypem cuz i thought “wow some ‘new’ daft remixes”…wat i got was filth. if daft did the franz ferdinand and prince remixes i will hang my head in shame. otherwise u can

  • Jako

    To make this clear:
    On the vinyl(!) it says “Daft Punk remix”, for both Franz Ferdinand and Prince, if there are mislabelled vinyls out, it’s really not my fault, so please stop complaining!

  • Boba Fettuccini

    It’s been awhile, but I thought i’d throw this in:
    Daft punk Remixes One vinyl is white label, unofficial.
    However, the Franz Ferdinand remix was released on three separate items, a 12″ single, CD single, and 12″ promo as a Daft Punk remix. All three of these were released directly by Franz Ferdinand’s record label, and I seriously doubt they’d lie about it.