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Daft Punk Post 10-Minute Remix of 'Get Lucky'

French electronic duo rework their own track

Daft Punk perform in Hollywood.
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June 26, 2013 12:25 PM ET

Daft Punk have dropped their own remix for their Random Access Memories single "Get Lucky," and the 10-minute reworked track features original guest Pharrell sharing a duet with robotic, synthesized vocals. The remix packs in even more lush guitar from Nile Rodgers while Pharrell continues to croon about phoenixes.

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The "Get Lucky" remix will be available on vinyl on July 16th, and preorders are available now. Check out the track below, and take a peek at a video trailer for the remix as well.

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