Daft Punk’s Random Access Memories 10th Anniversary Edition is officially out in just three weeks, and today the French duo has shared the second “single” from the deluxe edition, “GLBTM (Studio Outtakes).”
GLBTM (Studio Outtakes) is an early and raw version of what will end up as Give Life Back To Music before any production was added to the track. It gives listeners a look at the evolution of the track, and showcases the importance of all elements of the track and how they work together to create the final result.
This work in progress gives an intimate look at the experimentations that are part of this process and at what has been given up and left on the cutting room floor. These outtakes can be viewed as a research record – listeners can hear multiple inspirations and multiple directions of what the song could have evolved into before Daft Punk chose the part to focus on to finalize what we’ve been knowing as Give Life Back To Music for 10 years.
With Random Access Memories 10th Anniversary Edition (which includes 35 minutes of unreleased music across 9 tracks), Daft Punk pulls the curtain back to reveal some intimate moments of the creative process from the making of the pivotal and celebrated 2013 album.
This expanded edition will be available on May 12th in various formats: 3 LPs, 2 CDs, streaming, and download.
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Photo Credit David Black (c) Daft Life Ltd
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