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Artist: Daft Punk
Type: DVD
Release date: 1999
Run time: 29:38
My Rating: 8

Picture Ratio: Variable
Extras: Directors' commentaries, documentaries, remixes, multiangle sequence
Audio Options: Unknown

  1. Da Funk (5:23)
  2. Fresh (4:01)
  3. Burnin' (3:44)
  4. Revolution 909 (3:54)
  5. Around the World (3:59)
  6. Rollin' & Scratchin' (Live) (8:37)


I had a number of problems playing this... None of the options for the Da Funk video would work, kicking me back out to the player screen, and the first time I tried playing Burnin' with the director commentary, it failed to start the subtitles... I didn't have any problems in another DVD player though or my DVD-ROM drive, so it's probably just my Philips player.

This is a flipper DVD, with the music videos and related documentaries on one side and a live video on the other.

The music videos are pretty cool. Michel Gondry's commentary of the Around the World video sheds a lot of light on what it all meant (I was confused!). Spike Jonez's commentary starts getting disturbing - that man is weird. Cool, but weird.

The live video of Rollin' and Scratchin' was filmed in L.A. in December 1997. You can pick from 8 different viewing angles to make your own concert vid, or watch a version directed by Philip Richardson. While a good idea in concept, most of the footage is pretty dark, and most of what you can pick out tends to be the video display and light show.

Spike Jonez & Charles

[Cover - please do not remote link]

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