Eight years after its original release, Daft Punk has finally -- and very discreetly-- made a digital version of their elusive "Human After All" remix album available to fans worldwide.
A limited edition of the remix album was originally released in 2006. However, as the Verge points out, it was released exclusively in Japan, which made it relatively difficult for fans in the U.S. and elsewhere to get their hands on it.
Earlier this year, the electronic music duo released a reissue of the album, again only available in Japan.
The wait is finally over though as fans everywhere can now purchase or stream the latest version of the remix album, which boasts an addition of several new songs to the original 2006 release. These include remixes of "Technologic" by Le Knight Club, a side project of Daft Punk’s Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo, and Basement Jaxx.
Though the remix album was released rather quietly this week, the lack of fanfare hasn't stopped fans from finding out about the album and going utterly berserk.
DAFT PUNK FINALLY RELEASE THEIR HUMAN AFTER ALL REMIXES IN NORTH AMERICA!!' YAAASSS!! AND IT HAS THE LE KNIGHT CLUB REMIX OF TECHNOLOGIC!
— Nathan Lamb (@LambNathan) August 9, 2014
— Corrie McLean (@michelleyPR) August 9, 2014
Direct link to Daft Punk’s Human After All (Remixes) album.
WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR…GO GET IT!! https://t.co/n4F9cel0Ai
— Michael Solis (@morphorod) August 9, 2014
Buy Daft Punk's "Human After All" remix album on iTunes or stream it on Spotify:
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