Top 10 Daft Punk Songs You MUST Listen To

After the announcement of the separation of Daft Punk, it is inevitable not to feel nostalgia for the goodbye of one of the best-known House groups and with almost 30 years of experience, therefore, we tell you which are the 10 songs that you should hear.

Active from 1993 to 2021, the French duo made up of Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo Y Thomas bangalter They left songs that surely marked more than a generation.


Without a doubt one of the most representative songs of the group. Technologic is from the album Human After All and released in 2005.

The song was written by Thomas Bangalter and Guy de Homem-Christo themselves and produced by Cédric Hervert, Gildas Loaëc and Daft Punk.

It has a robotic rhythm and is an approximation of how humans depend on technology. The track is so well known that it has been repurposed and remixed by Busta Thymes on Touch It and Dua Lipa on Hallucinate for their Studio 2054 concert.

Harder Better Faster Stronger

Of 2001 Discovery album some of the best known songs of the French duo come off and one of them is Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger.

It is one of the funniest and most recognizable songs and even its video has more than 100 million views. The sound is characterized by vocoderized voices with a funk beat that can cheer anyone up, as well as instrumental sounds with disco and synth-funk music.

A curious fact is that was created from samples of Cola Bottle Baby, by Edwin Birdsong and even Kanye West used it for his theme Stronger.


The reason for listening to it is simple: it has a vibrant rhythm and is explosive on its own. It has techno roots and is included in the album Discovery (2001).

One of its most prominent features is the prominent guitar solo.


This song is part of the album Homework, the first of the group, making it a party with exploration of funky rhythms.

Without a doubt, this song from 1997 marked by the bass, as well as the entire album, make clear the characteristics of the rhythms of Daft Punk.

Around the world

Another song from Homework, Daft Punk’s debut album, is characterized by looping bass while the vocoder plays repeatedly with “Around the World.”

According to different sites, this song allowed electronics to make its way among the public and is one of the hymns of Daft Punk.

An interesting fact is that the title “Around the World” is repeated 144 times against a background of synths, beats and bass lines.

Da funk

This is one of the songs from the album Future funk, where the piece is built with sound samples from the city’s nightlife and a hip-hop rhythm.

Is inspired by the 1994 Warren G song Regulate. Also, the music video, directed by Spike Jonze (Her Y Where the monsters live), shows a humanized dog that roams the city and lives with humans.

Released in 1995, the song received nominations for the Grammy Award for Best Dance Recording, as well as the MTV Video Music Award for Best New Video.

Get lucky

Although it may seem surprising, this song was released almost 8 years ago, in 2013, and is the first single from the album. Random Access Memories.

It has the participation of Pharrel Williams Y Nile rodgers Y won two Grammy Awards in 2014.

Instant crush

This song was written by Julian Casablancas, lead singer of The Strokes, as well as Guy-Manuel de homem-Christo and Thomas Bangalter.

The theme came up while the French duo were working on the soundtrack of Tron: Legacy and they approached Casablancas to present the mock-up of the theme.

This song is also found on Daft Punk’s fourth album, Random Access Memories (2013) and features synth-pop beats.

Digital love

Written by George Duke, Daft Punk and Dj Sneak, the 2001 issue is one of the most romantic of the group.

The song features sampling from I Love You More by George Duke and a house beat with distinctive Daft Punk keyboards and synths.

One more time

This is one that could not be missed. It was written by Guy-Manuel de Homom-Christo and Thomas Bangalter in collaboration with Romanthony.

A song to get in the mood with contagious lyrics and a unique beat that makes it easy to recognize.

Tell us what you think of the 10 best songs of Daft punk you should listen to and which ones you would add or change from the list.

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