Daft Punk’s ‘Random Access Memories’ Full Album Now Available Officially On YouTube

When Daft Punk’s entire album “Random Access Memories” got leaked online before its official release, I guess it did the French electronica duo a world of good because they’ve now posted the entire album to YouTube.

Available in one pleasant playlist, the album that won the “robot group” (they make me write this shit; no, I don’t think they’re real robots) “Album of the Year” at the Grammys is entirely available save for the absence of the track “Horizon” (sources speculate its license makes it a “Japan-only” release). Also, many of the tracks have been given a vinyl-esque overdub, so that’s kind of neat. In this era of greed and whiners, it’s nice to see bands like Daft Punk still give a shit about their fans — and also people like me who just like to take advantage of free stuff.

And for the record, Vevo had some kind of hand in this, so clearly they’re not all bad. Just sayin’.

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