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Get Lucky (Radio Edit)

Daft Punk feat. Pharrell Williams and Nile Rodgers
April 19, 2013 | Format: MP3

$1.29
Also available in CD Format
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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: April 19, 2013
  • Release Date: April 19, 2013
  • Label: Columbia
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  • Total Length: 4:08
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  • ASIN: B00CEIGXN4
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars 67 customer reviews

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We've all listened to the hopelessly infectious Daft Punk track Get Lucky by now. Pharell's smooth vocals, Nile Rodgers' classic guitar lick, Daft Punk's talk-box vocals, and that underbelly of groove.

Well Daft Punk has finally streamed their anticipated remix of their newest Top 5 single, and to much surprise, it is not a house re-make of Get Lucky. Rather, Daft Punk, continuing the process of old-school production values, have remixed Get Lucky in the same way that great 70s and 80s DJs like Larry Levan, Jim Burgess, Shep Pettibone, and John "Jellybean" Benitez. Remember those 12" remixes of your favorite pop tunes? They would add just a little bit more to to the track, perhaps a greater kick or some slight instrumentation, make the track longer, shuffle some things around, and issue it to vinyl. And Daft Punk has continued that legacy. On Get Lucky (Daft Punk Remix), Daft Punk added some subtle bells, a heavier kick, and shuffled around Pharrell's vocals with their own vocodered ones, and extended the track to a whopping ten-and-a-half minutes long, so all those dance floor disco fanatics can dance to Daft Punk's new tune just a little bit longer, like they used to do back in the day. Not much change, but just enough.

After all, why mess with a good thing?

So buy the vinyl when it comes out, and re-live 80s DJs as you put the needle to the newly-pressed wax for the very first time.
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This.... this my friends is what real music is about.

Buy this. Listen to this. Wait for the album release.

Absolutely one of the best songs I've heard in quite awhile.
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According to the editorial review found on Amazon's web page for this audio CD single, this CD was only released in Europe, so I ordered mine from the vendor named 'reflexcdgb' here on Amazon and I was very pleased. This vendor is located in the U.K., and I received my package in perfect condition about 2 weeks later (due to international shipping).

This audio CD single contains the following two song titles:

1. Get Lucky (Album Version) (6:07)
2. Get Lucky (Radio Edit) (4:08)

For some reason, the "Get Lucky (Daft Punk Remix)" (10:31) version of the song was not included on this CD single, but this song version can be found on the "Get Lucky" 12-inch vinyl single which is also available here on Amazon. I bought the 12-inch vinyl single as well just to have all three versions of the song, because I really like the remix version, too.
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absolutely fantastic. daft punk with a bit of funk mixed in. can't get enough of this song and can't wait til the album drops.
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Song really starts for me @ 2:21. Dig it. Especially when Pharrell comes back in on top of everything. There is something kind of simple and clean to the song that i enjoy.
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This is a Radio Edit version of the final song that will be on the album coming out in May. I'm hoping that means we will hear more of the robots on this track in the album version. On this version the robots sorta take the back seat and don't appear until the bridge.

If you been keeping up with the Collaborators documentary, you may have noticed this as well. The first 15 seconds of the video has what sounds like would be the beginning of "Get Lucky" but it is not the same as what we hear at the beginning of the "Radio edit" of this track. The beginning of the documentary video has more of a build up (and sounds amazing btw), whereas the "Radio Edit" just starts with the whole band playing. This makes me hopeful that the album version will have even more interesting parts, like varying dynamics, transitions and additional instrumentation. From what I hear the album version will be a whole 2 minutes longer.

Overall, the track sounds great and it has me excited for whats to come on the full album.
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The Future is here! cant stop dancing! thank you daft punk you have never failed me. Fun track great dancing
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This song is driven by a catchy, melodious, artfully performed guitar riff from Nile Rodgers. The thrilling vocoder from Daft Punk is the most human that robots have ever sounded, and the vocals from Pharrell rounds the picture with the voice of a human that yearns to be part of the robot's world. This is just the radio edit and I feel we can expect an enchanting guitar solo from Nile in the full version. Definitely recommend giving this song 30-40 listens; you'll pick up on sustains and harmonics that weren't there the first time, and you'll realize how much expertise and talent went into this track.
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