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DAFT PUNK's inability to fail.

Discussion in 'House Room' started by sweetdaddy, Oct 12, 2005.

  1. sweetdaddy

    sweetdaddy TRIBE Member

    so the new album wasn't so good (despite some decent tunes on it)...they don't tour, they don't show their faces, they barely do any remixes anymore, crydamoure is defunct, le knight club is defunct, together seems to be defunct, etc etc.


    they have 2 of their so-called "not so great new songs" featured on big television commercials. and their 2 latest singles have 10+ remixes a piece.

    these guys do barely any work and still rake in mega-star big bucks!!!!

    i just wished the work out-put refelected the $ input.

    anyone know of any new daft solo projects, side projects, french house acts, trax, or whatever?
  2. ndrwrld

    ndrwrld TRIBE Member

    im pretty sure the dafties will be here in 2006.
  3. sweetdaddy

    sweetdaddy TRIBE Member

    what do you mean by this?
  4. ndrwrld

    ndrwrld TRIBE Member

    i mean, in the year 2006, im certain Daft Punk will commence a north american tour, hitting most large cities, including Toronto and most likely Montreal.
  5. sweetdaddy

    sweetdaddy TRIBE Member


    that would contradict every other report i have ever read.

    apparently they will never tour again, and haven't toured in years.

    *but, i hope you are right.

    (is there a reason you say this?)
  6. ndrwrld

    ndrwrld TRIBE Member

    just a feeling.
  7. physix

    physix TRIBE Member

    some folks actually consider "bad albums"
    a failure, even if Loreal or whoever else
    choses to license it.


    as artists --> failed

    as marketers --> pwned!

    viewing it as a success or failure really
    depends on the kind of person you are...

    one's man trash, after all...

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