Daft Punk's 'Human After All' remix album gets UK release

In 2006, Daft Punk released a remix album of their third full-length 'Human After All'. The only problem was that it was only available in Japan and stayed that way until very recently.

Now finally the robot pair have released the remixes to the world in digital format only. The collection includes contributions from Basement Jaxx, Peaches, Soulwax, Justice as well as Daft Punk themselves.

Head over to iTunes to download the album or stream the 'Le Knight Club' remix of 'Technologic' below.

[Via FACT]

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