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Da Funk

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March 25, 1997 | Format: MP3

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A great song that I had no idea came out in 1997. I just recently heard of the group Daft Punk about a year ago, with their Get Lucky. This is an all instrumental song that will knock you out. It has a great rhythm, using various musical instruments. A synthesizer sound that will make you want to never stop dancing. I know I like this song, because it keeps me in a great mood, a very energetic song.
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Amazing Era and life changing track. Without it we would still be stuck in 80's rock. Not that 80's rock was bad in any way. But without true musical genius and anonymity along with an altruism for and pointed at music created by Daft Punk and most notably with Da Funk we might still worship label made groups such as The Spice Girls and all the Boy bands. (Not that instances don't pop up. Along with label made junkies like Bieber and the incestuous visions of Jessica Simpson's father that help feel her all the way up the charts with the assistance of her helium filled head , and true drug junkies willing to do anything to get airplay like Milie Cyrus along with the chances of finding any skill inbetween dodging the bullets from the West and East, Blue and Red were as likely as Vanilla Ice breaking out of a Chocolate covered banana) Save those "Pretty Fly for a White Guy" hits and all, we would be trapped in the banjo twanging County West Pop Music junk and Thrash Death Metal that rings from the computers and saliva soaked an d ruined mics of today without Daft Punk - "Da Funk" (And all other genius techniques of music in every one of Daft Punk's tracks.)
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I downloaded this song after hearing it on one of the Wii Dance games. It is very catchy, but it gets old pretty quickly. Unless you are really into Daft Punk, skip this tune.
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This song helped define techno as a genre. If you appreciate techno, get it. Is it repetitive? Hell yes, in a trancey, transcendental sort of way.
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