French pioneers of electronic music, Daft Punk have revealed they will be releasing a special edition of their last album, ‘Random Access Memories‘. The original album was released 10 years ago and featured a number of worldwide hits, including the number one ‘Get Lucky’ which was co-written by – Pharrell Williams and Nile Rodgers.
The brand new 10th-anniversary edition will feature expanded versions of the tracks as well as demos and studio outtakes that are previously unreleased. With the original five-time Grammy-winning album comes 35 extra minutes of recordings and footage from the pair’s time in the studio over a decade ago.
The anniversary edition will be available in two physical formats, a 3LP vinyl and a 2CD deluxe. A Dolby Atmos Mix has also been created, although this will only be available via streaming services. The triple vinyl includes a special ‘Lose Yourself To Dance’ poster and comes with a 16-page booklet.
The anniversary album will be available from 12th May in triple-LP, double-CD, download, and streaming formats. The full track list for the anniversary edition can be found here.