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Daft Punk 'Random Access Memories' Tracklist Revealed on Vine

French electro duo's long-awaited new album out May 21st

April 16, 2013 4:45 PM ET
Daft Punk, 'Random Access Memories'
Daft Punk, 'Random Access Memories'
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Daft Punk have shared the tracklist for their new album Random Access Memories with a six-second clip on Vine, which you can check out below.

Daft Punk's Most Revealing Interview Yet

The French electronic duo's long-awaited new album will be released on May 21st. Daft Punk have been dropping hints about it over the past few weeks, including airing a teaser trailer during Coachella that featured the song "Get Lucky."

Pharrell: Daft Punk 'Not Bound by Time and Space' 

For Random Access Memories, Daft Punk stepped away from samples and drum machines and enlisted top-notch studio musicians, as well as collaborators Nile Rodgers, Pharrell, Giorgio Moroder and Animal Collective's Panda Bear. In an exclusive chat with Rolling Stone, they pulled back the curtain on the album. 

1) "Give Life Back to Music"
2) "The Game of Love"
3) "Giorgio by Moroder"
4) "Within"
5) "Instant Crush"
6) "Lose Yourself to Dance"
7) "Touch"
8) "Get Lucky"
9) "Beyond"
10) "Motherboard"
11) "Fragments of Time"
12) "Doin' It Right"
13) "Contact"

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