Daft Punk’s ‘Homework’ and ‘Alive 1997’ to get vinyl reissue this month
The news comes just days after the duo announced their split
Daft Punk’s ‘Homework’ and ‘Alive 1997’ will be reissued on vinyl this month.
The duo’s 1997 debut LP, ‘Homework’, and a 45-minute live performance recorded at Q Club in Birmingham that same year have been repressed and will be released via EMI this Thursday, 25th February.
‘Homework’ features some of Daft Punk’s most iconic tracks, including ‘Da Funk’, ‘Around The World’, 'Revolution 909' and ‘Rollin' & Scratchin’. ‘Alive 1997’ was recorded on the duo’s first ever European tour, and was originally reissued in 2014.
The news comes just days after Daft Punk announced that they were splitting up after 28 years in the business.
Pre-order the ‘Homework’ reissue here, and ‘Alive 1997’ here.
Earlier this week, DJ Mag asked readers to name their favourite Daft Punk tracks. You can dig into a playlist of their choices here.
Read about how the French duo's ability to constantly reinvent electronic music made them one of the most important electronic acts after Kraftwerk here.