Over the weekend, Daft Punk gave their American fans another reason to dance.
The French electro duo finally released Human After All:Remixes in North America. The limited edition remixes of the 2005 album were exclusively available only in Japan, getting re-issued earlier this year. For the first time, the full album is available worldwide.
Even though it was not available in the U.S. until just a few days ago, the 15-track compilation has been a favorite of diehard Daft Punk fans. Human After All: Remixes features remixes by the most kick ass artists in electronic music, including Basement Jaxx, Peaches, Soulwax, Digitalism, Justice and even Daft Punk remixing themselves.
The new edition of Human After All: Remixes includes a rare, long-lost gem: Le Knight Club’s remix of “Technologic.” Le Knight Club is the side-project from Daft Punk’s Guy-Man De Homem-Christo, but this remix has never been endorsed by the helmeted robots, let alone been made available for sale — until now.
The remix album can be purchased on iTunes or streamed below via Spotify.