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 Post subject: DAFT PUNK on LaserDisc
PostPosted: 24 Jan 2021, 15:50 
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Hello!

As unlikely as it would seem, the 2 robots did have some music videos released on LDs:

Da Funk
ET/VideoLink Dance Hits: Number 5056 [09-500]

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Laser Juke: Music Compilation Series (2001) [10.49.05]

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Laser Juke: Music Compilation Series (2001) [14.48.04]

And maybe: https://www.lddb.com/laserdisc/submit/51416/100501-A/Laser-Juke:-Music-Compilation-Series-100501-A

If you happen to have one for sale, I might be interested!

DAFT PUNK on LD makes perfect sense: a mix of analog and digital worlds.

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PostPosted: 24 Jan 2021, 16:19 
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I love Daft Punk! Had the pleasure of seeing them live a few years back when they were doing the pyramid tour.

I'm very interested in that first disc you listed as Joey Beltram is on it. He's an absolute legend. Added to my wishlist!
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Thanks for pointing out!

I spent my weekend binging on Roulé, Crydamoure, Stardust, Braxe, Bangalter, DJ Falcon, Buffalo Bunch and Roy Davis Jr.
With a dash of Todd Terry.

That was the perfect closing track!



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 Post subject: Re: DAFT PUNK on LaserDisc
PostPosted: 24 Jan 2021, 17:34 
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I love Daft Punk! Had the pleasure of seeing them live a few years back when they were doing the pyramid tour.

I'm very interested in that first disc you listed as Joey Beltram is on it. He's an absolute legend. Added to my wishlist!


FYI, their last tour was 13+ years ago, old man! I saw them at the Greek Theater in Berkeley, CA. It was the best show I’ve ever seen. There are good fan videos out there but the actual experience was impossible to film. The Alive 2007 CD is enough to trigger the memories though.

I would be interested in any KLF videos on LD other than the Doctorn’ the Tardis CDV. Does anyone know of any?
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 Post subject: Re: DAFT PUNK on LaserDisc
PostPosted: 24 Jan 2021, 19:16 
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I was there. In the open air. :thumbup:

Justice was the support act too. We got there early and got the last couple of pit passes at the door. They only hand out a few so if you get in early you get right to the front in a little sealed off area for free!

Radiohead and Beck were on the night before. Can't believe it was 2006. :crazy:



Not my video but good memories!


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 Post subject: Re: DAFT PUNK on LaserDisc
PostPosted: 24 Jan 2021, 21:55 
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Thanks for pointing out!

I spent my weekend binging on Roulé, Crydamoure, Stardust, Braxe, Bangalter, DJ Falcon, Buffalo Bunch and Roy Davis Jr.
With a dash of Todd Terry.

That was the perfect closing track!



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All good stuff. Joey Beltram's releases on R&S are timeless. Mentasm and Energy Flash of course are the cream of his discography. Mentasm absolutely floored me when it was released. Check out a track called Rollercoaster by Tilly Lilly too. I had that on 10" orange vinyl. The 303 sound in it was so utterly disgusting that whenever I spun it in a nightclub I worried the punters would get violently ill! (That would come later on one summer when I had to play on while some knobhead thought it would be a great idea to release CS Gas on the dancefloor).

I recall the huge influx of electronic music coming out of France around 1997 to 2004-ish. So much good stuff. You left out a few though!

Ettienne de Crecy. His Super Discount album was, and still is, phenomenal.

Dimitri From Paris. Oh man, Sacrebleu was just wonderful. So kitsch!

Cassius (RIP Phillipe Zdar). 1999 was a real benchmark album. I wore that album out! The remix of The Sound Of Violence is just otherworldly in it's magnificence. Even today.

There was so much good stuff. Benjamin Diamond, Bob Sinclar, Motorbass and so many more. Then there was the knock on effect that made the signature sound go global.

Stuff like the Terence Trent D'arby sample on Hollis P Monroe's absolutely sisemic track I'm Lonely, for example. Or the wonderful 2 People by Jean Jacques Smoothie.

Even things like the brilliant 12 minute long version of Badboy by the late Wildchild (hugely overlooked imho) and even the wonderful remix of Matt Bianco's track Lost In You has a little touch of the French Filter sound going on. It was infectious to say the least!

There's a good compilation out there too I got on CD way back when called My House. Those were almost like a sampler compilation for me and opened my eyes to much more great music out there.

https://www.discogs.com/DJ-Jef-K-My-Hou ... ter/167360

Loved that sound. I span many a platter in many a disco (and many an illegal rave and pirate radio station) way back when. Good times. Good memories. Good music. :thumbup:

Edit: Oh boy I forgot how great this track by Chez Damier was!




EDIT: Would you Adam and Eve it! That Tilly Lilly track is on YouTube!

Be warned, the acid line that plays throughout the track is absolutely hideous! Dancefloor reactions were always funny when this one came on. I cleared a floor often when it first came out. Gave it a few weeks and dropped it later on in sets. Regulars would have got to know the track. I got told not to play it any more by a fellow DJ. I persisted. One night it just clicked amd the place erupted. I turned to my friend in the booth and just said to fetch me a beer. What a tune. :clap:



EDIT 2: nostalgia buzz activated. A few more:











The last track was when I went through a massive gabba phase. Terrordrome, Hubba House, Mokum etc. There's a great Terrordrome documentary out a year or so ago, well worth watching.


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 Post subject: Re: DAFT PUNK on LaserDisc
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Forgot to add, I wrote about Wildchild - Bad Boy on my blog a few years ago. More about how it was an overlooked track and how I tried to remaster it in Ozone.

Have a read if you wish to. :thumbup:

Preserving And Remastering The Original Bad Boy

TL;DR I've posted a WAV sample of my 'remaster work' here: Bad Boy Sample
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 Post subject: Re: DAFT PUNK on LaserDisc
PostPosted: 25 Jan 2021, 13:39 
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It would of been nice to have the movie on laserdisc. I have the DVD for the 5555 story. The blu ray is so expensive.
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It would of been nice to have the movie on laserdisc. I have the DVD for the 5555 story. The blu ray is so expensive.


Are you sure?

It goes for $15~20 usually.

Are you referring to the limited edition with Booklet and Figure/replica/props/memorabilia?

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 Post subject: Re: DAFT PUNK on LaserDisc
PostPosted: 25 Jan 2021, 17:32 
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xtempo wrote:
It would of been nice to have the movie on laserdisc. I have the DVD for the 5555 story. The blu ray is so expensive.


Yeah, 5555 on LD is a bit of a dream of mine. It would bookend the Galaxy Box so well...
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xtempo wrote:
It would of been nice to have the movie on laserdisc. I have the DVD for the 5555 story. The blu ray is so expensive.


Are you sure?

It goes for $15~20 usually.

Are you referring to the limited edition with Booklet and Figure/replica/props/memorabilia?

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I think the one I saw was some random country 1st pressing and never saw any other version (this was back a ways ) but if its cheap I pick it up then :D
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 Post subject: Re: DAFT PUNK on LaserDisc
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I only like the earlier Daft Punk stuff up until 2001. Discovery is a masterpiece and the entire 5555 Story video is fantastic. Superheroes might be my favourite track.
The vinyl release of said album is reasonably priced, spectacular in sound and an enormous upgrade to the CD.

I like the DVD, too, however the dts sound track was a disappointment. I thought the whole music would be remixed
to 5.1 but only the special effects from the videos are coming out of the other speakers, the music is stereo only. Plus the sound quality
is not that great, either.

Owning some of the Daft Punk videos on laserdisc would be fantastic.
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I would be interested in any KLF videos on LD other than the Doctorn’ the Tardis CDV. Does anyone know of any?


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Laser Juke: Music Compilation Series [13.24.02]

MTV Party To Go: Volume 2 (1992) [PA-92-465]

Pioneer Promotional Music Videos - Jukebox Network: Disc 49 (1991) [07-463]

Pioneer Promotional Music Videos - Jukebox Network: Disc 77 (1991) [07-452]

Pioneer Promotional Music Videos - The Box: Disc 222 (1996) [05-140]
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PostPosted: 06 Feb 2021, 02:14 
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Do you have these and how would you describe the video quality? The guys themselves recently remastered all their old hit videos for YouTube and they look amazing but mostly just because what has been available has been sooooooooo bad. They are clearly based on SD masters but good ones and extremely cooked.

Are the Laserjuke LDs PAL or NTSC? KLF videos would almost certainly have been originally PAL. Many elements were film but the final cuts are probably SD video.
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I knew you would have the answer to this!


That's what 1/ adding track list + 2/ using the Advanced search in the notes is all about :-)

https://www.lddb.com/search.php?adv_search=*&adv_reference=&infos=KLF

Of course, this implies 1/ has been completed before!

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