Daft Punk Reissued ‘Random Access Memories’ On YouTube

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By Paul de Revere

In an unprecedented move for an Album of the Year GRAMMY-winning record, the entirety of Random Access Memories was unceremoniously posted on Daft Punk’s Vevo/YouTube channel to stream for free Monday night.

It’s called Random Access Memories Unboxed, a resequencing of the original Random Access Memories tracks. The  introduction video sets a silent stage, with the Daft Punk robots putting a vinyl copy of RAM on a turntable and simply putting the needle down.

Here’s the sanctioned YouTube stream and playlist which, again, is sequenced differently from the GRAMMY-winning Random Access Memories release. Hope you like staring at spinning vinyl for one hour and 14 minutes.

Read more about Daft Punk on Radio.com.

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