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Human after all: Daft Punk's 'Random Access Memories' collaborators

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Meet the collaborators behind the French duo's highly anticipated fourth studio album By Kathy Iandoli Special to MSN MusicDaft Punk, the French electronic duo comprised of Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo, first arrived on the scene with 1997's "Homework," grew their sea legs by 2001's "Discovery," and tightened their cult following with 2005's "Human After All." As their sound gradually evolved, fans were introduced to a string of hits including "Around the World," "One More Time" (R.I.P. Romanthony) and "Harder Better Faster Stronger," which got mainstream exposure thanks to Kanye West's "Stronger."This brings us to their fourth studio album, "Random Access Memories," which melds the mainstream and the obscure, the two worlds where Daft Punk appear to have a dual-residency. While "Random Access Memories" is collectively great, the sum of its parts includes a dynamic bunch of musicians who brought their own je ne sais quoi to the table, resulting in a potential classic album. Check out the mind squad that helped mold "Random Access Memories" into the memorable experience that it is.
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