Top positive review
on December 17, 2016
What's to say about the album itself? It's a very eclectic overall album that still manages to have a thread and a theme running through it. And for being a part of that particular period of time, where most techno and electronica artists were doing a lot of work with loops, this does have a lot of actual proper songs on it. The music overall is great, and there's not a dud amongst the tracks. And there's also quite a few real highlights too. Basically, this is my favorite Daft Punk album, and has been since it released 15 years ago.
As for the vinyl pressing, it's basically perfect. No pops, no warping on the record. The audio is absolutely crystal clear, and the mix doesn't muddle anything. It sounds absolutely amazing.
This is a double lp, which I don't believe the store page even mentions. It also comes with a decent booklet in the sleeve, which was a nice little addition. No Daft Club card sadly. I still have the one that was included on the original CD I bought lying around somewhere, and I was really only hoping for one out of nostalgia though.
What's important is that it's a great album with a great LP pressing. And it's one I'll be spinning quite regularly.