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Daft Punk streams entire new album days before retail release

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 13 May 2013 20:34 User comments (7)

Daft Punk streams entire new album days before retail release Daft Punk streamed their entire new album, Random Access Memories, earlier today via iTunes days before the official retail release.
As expected, the album is available across the Internet now, on all your favorite piracy venues.

Just like iTunes did with Justin Timberlake's new 20/20 Experience, the artist has made their music available to the public in high quality, thus giving the casual pirate an outlet to listen to the tracks without needing to download it.

Check the tracks here (Hit view in iTunes): Daft Punk on iTunes

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7 user comments

114.5.2013 14:20

Daft who??? Never heard of them and never should have...


Just my $0.02,

dEwMe

214.5.2013 17:34

Full Album:( 74:11 )
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SiSt_-e-1WI

This message has been edited since its posting. Latest edit was made on 15 May 2013 @ 13:47

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314.5.2013 21:14

Originally posted by dEwMe:
Daft who??? Never heard of them and never should have...

Serious? They are really, really big lol

415.5.2013 0:35

They did the songs "Around The World" and "One More Time"

515.5.2013 12:02

But this album sucks. To me atleast.

615.5.2013 19:45

Originally posted by budzrgood:
But this album sucks. To me atleast.

Agreed, streamed it the full way through and liked 2 tracks. I guess they were trying to be "different."

716.5.2013 11:55

Please, I'm dumb... how does this help sales?


Its a lot easier being righteous than right.


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