Daft Punk's Human After All Remix Album Finally Available in the U.S.

Features remixes from Basement Jaxx, the Juan Maclean, Peaches, and more

Nearly a decade ago, Daft Punk released Human After All, the successor to 2001's genre-bending Discovery, and the last proper album they did before Random Access Memories. While not as acclaimed as its predecessor, Human After All was a pinnacle album in the duo's repertoire, providing them with tracks they were even better utilized live, while dropping a subliminal message here and there (see below). A year after its release (2006), the French electronic music producers released a remix collection of the album called Human After All (Remixes) that featured interpretations from producers like Basement Jaxx, the Juan Maclean, Soulwax, Peaches, Digitalism, SebastiAn, and many more. However, for some reason, the album was only available for purchase in Japan. Until now. Daft Punk have officially made the remix LP available in the rest of the world, which also includes a previously unreleased remix of "Technologic" from Le Knight, a side outfit from DP member Guy-Manuel De Homem Christo. Get it now via iTunes, and watch a live version of "Television Rules the Nation" below: