Sad day. Probably my favorite artists of all time. Their animated music videos on Cartoon Network are major nostalgia. I hope one or both of them continue to make music as they are amazing producers, and I know one of them did some good stuff on his own before as Stardust.It’s....over :/
I wonder if all your warnings are bc you can’t let shit go and carry it to other threads. AmodBest Danish band ever
Wow, there hasn't been any good sets from them on YouTube.
But then you lose all the Stan Bush. Sounds like a terrible idea.
it's horribleHomework syncs with Transformers: The Movie (1986) and is kinda a prequel to Interstella: 5555
Both produced by Toei Animation.
Transformers are "robots in disguise". Daft Punk are two men disguised as robots.
If you start the album at the same time as the movie starts, then the crashing waves of Fresh should align perfectly with Optimus Prime driving across a bridge lined with open sewer pipes. Around the World should then kick in just as Astrotrain transforms into a space shuttle and leaves Earth for Cybertron.
you're in a Daft Punk thread complaining about the addition of Daft Punk to a classic movie, ok.
It's a significantly different experience to just watching the movie, I watch it like this at least once a year. You don't just lose Stan Bush, you mute the movie altogether - so no dialogue, no sound effects.
Even the parts which don't explicitly sync (aka most of the film) are irrelevant, because your attention is focused only on the animation and the music. Everything else (plot etc) is stripped away.