Daft Punk Collaborators Revealed

We are teased once again by the dynamic duo      08/04/13

There has been a lot of hype recently about the new Daft Punk album Random Access Memories. And one of the most hotly debated subjects of the album is who are the collaborators. Well now that the date of the album release has been announced (May 21st), FACT magazine have compiled a list of the collaborators:

1 – Nile Rodgers (Guitar), Paul Jackson Jr. (Guitar) – 4:34
2 – Instrumental – 5:21
3 – Giorgio Moroder (Synth) – 9:04
4 – Gonzales (Piano) – 3:48
5 – Julian Casablancas (Vocals) – 5:37
6 – Loose yourself to dance – Nile Rodgers (Guitar), Pharrell Williams (Vocals) – 5:53
7 – Paul Williams (Vocals and Lyrics) – 8:18
8 – Nile Rodgers (Guitar), Pharrell Williams (Vocals) – 6:07
9 – Paul Williams (Lyrics) – 4:50
10 – Instrumental – 5:41
11 – Todd Edwards (Vocals) – 4:39
12 – Noah Benjamin Lennox (Panda Bear – Vocals) – 4:11
13 – Dj Falcon – 6:21

The list as we can see gives quite a wide range of different people, from Strokes frontman Julian Cassablancas to the synth legend Giorgio Moroder. The latter has been confirmed by the first in a series of videos aptly named the collaborators series. In the video he talks about how he was first introduced to the synthesizer and when he first heard Daft Punk

 

 


Edd Butterworth
Eddbutterworth.co.uk

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