Random Access Memories by Daft Punk

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 Although much of this CD features a generic disco beat and really long, repetitive songs, I encourage everyone to have a listen.  I sincerely believe this album was released on a dare. Sadly, for the listener, every song on this album is a least 3 minutes too long, except disco monologue "Moroder" which, at 9 minutes and 4 seconds, is 9 minutes and 4 seconds too long.  The overuse of Auto-tune suggests a deep love of gadgets that, in the case of "Instant Crush" anyway, ruins what is still the best song on the CD. There is also "Get Lucky" featuring Pharrell Williams, which is mediocre but festive. The centerpiece of this monstrosity is "Touch," co-written and sung by none other than Paul Williams, the elfin songwriter/actor from the 70s. You will marvel at the overwrought lyrics and delivery. Here's a sample: "a room within a room, a door behind a door, touch where do you lead?" Really. Brace yourself. We've been Daft Punk'd. Check our Catalog

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