March 25, 2021

01:06:02

#179 BONUS - Daft Punk's Hidden History

#179 BONUS - Daft Punk's Hidden History
Audioface: Music News, Reviews, & Culture
#179 BONUS - Daft Punk's Hidden History
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Show Notes

After almost 30 years, Daft Punk announced their break up in late February 2021. 20 years ago, 5,000 miles apart, and before ever meeting each other, kid Sean and Dan purchased their first albums -- both Daft Punk records. Since the duo has been a part of Audioface since before Audioface, it felt right to dive deep into the hidden history of Daft Punk.

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