November 1, 2013
You’ve heard Daft Punk’s new album Random Access Memories by now. Maybe you loved it, and maybe you hated it. Hell, maybe you were completely ambivalent about it, but we haven’t talked to anyone that wasn’t in the black or white category about this album. Just in time for Christmas, Daft Punk is releasing a Deluxe Box Set Edition of the album. This isn’t special edition with a few extra pieces of audio commentary, this is full on deluxe, people. $275 of Deluxe Box Set Edition to be precise. What warrants the price tag? Cloth-bound box with circuit-printed vellum dividers. Special Edition 180 gram double vinyl with 8 page saddle-stitched booklet. 56 page cloth-bound, hardcover photo book. 10″ collector’s vinyl with extended Giorgio Moroder interview. Two sets of helmet design schematics. Pair of full body design schematics. 70mm motion picture film strip. There’s also a pair of gold and silver plated USB drives with high-res versions of just about everything related to RAM. If you know someone that loves Daft Punk you just finished Christmas shopping.
Available now HERE for AU$299.