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Darsteller: Daft Punk
Genre: Elektronische
Titel: Homework
MP3-Albumgröße: 1126 mb
FLAC-Albumgröße: 2088 mb
Stil: House, Techno, Disco
Land: Europe
Freigegeben: 20 Jan 1997
Katalognummer: CDV 2821, 7243 8 42609 27, 8 42609 2
Etikett: Virgin, Soma Quality Recordings


1Rollin' & Scratchin'
Producer [Rolled & Schratched By] – Daft Punk
Producer [Surfed Up By] – Daft Punk
3Wdpk 83.7 FM
Producer [Broadcasted By] – Daft Punk
4Indo Silver Club
Producer [Hosted By] – Daft Punk
Producer [Created By] – Daft Punk
Producer [Set On Fire By] – Daft Punk
7Revolution 909
Producer [Déclenchée By] – Daft Punk
Producer [Learned By] – Daft Punk
Producer [Preached By] – Daft Punk
10Da Funk
Producer [Funked Up By] – Daft Punk
11Funk Ad
Producer [Added By] – Daft Punk
12High Fidelity
Producer [E.Q'd By] – Daft Punk
13Rock'n Roll
Producer [Twisted By] – Daft Punk
14Oh Yeah
Guest [Introducing Special Guests] – DJ Crabbe, DJ DeelatProducer [Shouted By] – Daft Punk
15Around The World
Producer [Dispatched By] – Daft Punk


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
V 2821, 7243 8 42609 10Daft Punk Homework ‎(2xLP, Album)Virgin, Virgin, Soma Quality Recordings, Soma Quality RecordingsV 2821, 7243 8 42609 10UK & Europe1997
7243 8 42609 41, VKPC-0216Daft Punk Homework ‎(Cass, Album)Virgin, LKC Music Co, Ltd7243 8 42609 41, VKPC-0216South Korea1997
UK: CDV 2821, F: 7243 8 42609 27Daft Punk Homework ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial)Virgin, VirginUK: CDV 2821, F: 7243 8 42609 27Russia1997
TCV 2821, 7243 8 42609 4 1Daft Punk Homework ‎(Cass, Album)Virgin, Virgin, Soma Quality RecordingsTCV 2821, 7243 8 42609 4 1France1997
TOCP-53579Daft Punk = ダフト・パンク Daft Punk = ダフト・パンク - Homework = ホームワーク ‎(CD, Album, Promo)VirginTOCP-53579Japan2005


  • Design Concept [Sleeve Concept], Art DirectionGuy-Manuel de Homem-Christo, Thomas Bangalter
  • Illustration [Daft Punk Logo Created By]Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo
  • Layout [Album Layout], Artwork [Additional]Serge Nicolas
  • Mastered ByNilesh 'Nilz' Patel
  • Photography By [Black & White Live Photograph]Philippe Lévy
  • Photography By [Cover & Satin Photograph + Vintage Central Photograph + Details]Nicolas Hidiroglou
  • Written-By, Performer, ProducerGuy-Manuel de Homem-Christo, Thomas Bangalter


Mixed and recorded @ Daft House, in Paris, France
Mastered at The Exchange, in London
Sleeve concept & art direction: for Daft Arts
Album layout & additional artwork: @ Magic Design
Daft punk logo created for Daft Arts
The tracks 4, 8, 14 & 15 were originally released on Soma Quality Recordings

℗&© 1996 Daft Trax / The copyright in this recording is owned by Daft Trax under exclusive license to Virgin France / Virgin Records Ltd. © 1996 Daft Trax / Printed in Holland.

Daftendirekt: Recorded live at a Fuse Party in Gent.
Indo Silver Club: This track contains a sample of "Hot Shot" performed by Karen Young, courtesy of Sunshine Entertainment.

All tracks written & produced for Daft Trax
Published by Zomba Music for World excluding France
Delabel Editions / Daft Music for France
℗&© 1996 Daft Trax under exclusive license to Virgin France / Virgin Records Ltd.

℗& © 1996 Daft Trax
Made in Holland

Printed in Holland.

Issued in a jewel case (transparent tray) with a folding booklet.
Tracks 4 + 8, 14 and 15 were originally released on soma 25, SOMA 035 and SOMA 14.


  • Barcode (Text): 724384 260927
  • Barcode (Scanned): 724384260927
  • Label Code: LC 3098
  • Price Code (F:): PM 538
  • Rights Society: bel BIEM
  • Other (Category, UK:): CDV 2821
  • Other (Category, F:): 7243 8 42609 27
  • Matrix / Runout (Matrix code): EMI UDEN 8426092 @ 2
  • Matrix / Runout (Mould pressing code, variant 1): 2-4-5-NL
  • Matrix / Runout (Mould pressing code, variant 2): 2-2-2-NL
  • Matrix / Runout (Mould pressing code, variant 3): 2-4-9-NL
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  • Matrix / Runout (Mould pressing code, variant 14): 2-1-26-NL
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  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L047
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 1529
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 1550
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 3): IFPI 1534
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 4): IFPI 1522
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 5): IFPI 2506
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 6): IFPI 155D
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 7): IFPI 1544
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 9): IFPI 1554
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 10): IFPI 154A
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 11): IFPI 1595
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 12): IFPI 15EC
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 13): IFPI 156B
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 14): IFPI 1515
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 15): IFPI 154C
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 16): ifpi 15608
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  • Mould SID Code (Variant 18): IFPI 154C
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 19): ifpi 155B
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 20): IFPI 154A
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 21): none
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 22): ifpi 1592


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Daft Trax
  • Copyright (c) – Daft Trax
  • Produced For – Daft Trax
  • Licensed To – Virgin France
  • Licensed To – Virgin Records Ltd.
  • Published By – Zomba Music Publishing Ltd.
  • Published By – Delabel Editions
  • Published By – Daft Music
  • Mixed At – Daft House
  • Recorded At – Daft House
  • Mastered At – The Exchange
  • Pressed By – EMI Uden
  • Record Company – Power Records Ltd.



In the 21 years since Homeworks release, Daft Punk have strayed far from its sound with globe-traversing. Homework is the debut studio album by French electronic music duo Daft Punk, released on 17 January 1997 with Virgin Records. Homework also proves that house music has unlimited potential on the pop charts, fusing hip-hop swagger, swiggily synths and sparkling '70s glam into wildly catchy, hypnotic tunes like Da Funk and Around the World. This item:Homework by Daft Punk Audio CD . Discovery by Daft Punk Audio CD . Homework Daft Punk album. Listen free to Daft Punk Homework Daftendirekt, WDPK 83. 7 FM and more. Daft Punk. Virgin, Virgin, Soma Quality Recordings. The duo produced the tracks without plans to release an album. Alive, first single released from Homework, is the final version recorded of The New Wave, which was the first song made by Daft Punk. Homework 2xLP, Album, Emb. UK & Europe. VISA 8148. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей Daft Punk. Buy the selected items together. LP version of Around the World, third single released from the album. Homework was a startler to some, and ravers were not ready for it. Basically, one year later, OK Go and Coldplay would form. Homework also proves that house music has unlimited potential on the pop charts, fusing hip-hop swagger, swiggily synths and sparkling '70s glam into wildly catchy, hypnotic tunes like Da Funk and Around the World. Revolution has rarely sounded so fun. After working on projects that were intended to be separate singles over five months, they considered the material good enough for an album. Album 1997 16 Songs. Продать эту версию. Released January 20, 1997. Homework is the debut studio album by the French electronic music duo Daft Punk, released on 17 January 1997 by Virgin Records and Soma Quality Recordings. Around the World LP version. Only 20 left in stock - order soon. Daftendirekt Lyrics. Homework Tracklist. Daft punkHomework full album. Daft Punks Homework is, in its pure existence, a study in contradictions. Homework 2xLP, Album, Num, Promo, WLbl. 50 видео Воспроизвести все Микс Daft punkHomework full albumYouTube. If you wanted Daft Punk, but something original, lets go back to the beginning. Homework's success brought worldwide attention to French house music. Please retry. According to The Village Voice, the album revived house music and departed from the Eurodance formula. Homework's success brought worldwide attention to French house music. Homework is the debut studio album by the French electronic music duo Daft Punk, released on 20 January 1997 by Virgin Records and Soma Quality Recordings. Only 1 left in stock - order soon. 16 tracks 73:32. Daft Punk Format: Audio CD. In 97, Britpop a fusion of British music and pop music dominated the world. But this album has a few more surprises than its tongue-in-cheek manner
Fast Lovebird
It's just an alright album, it got quite dull after repeated listens for me. But there still is some great stuff on here.
I'm very bored at work so here's my alternate tracklist. 1. daftendirekt2. wdpk 3. revolution 9094. da funk5. fresh6. around the world (radio edit)7. rollin' and scratchin'8. musique9. oh yeah10. burnin'11. indo silver club12. alive 13. funk ad
groundbreaking masterpieceeverything was perfect. it became one of the most successful techno/electronic albums of all time. Thanks to the videos which were made by famous directors like SPIKE JONES, ROMAN COPPOLA and michel gondry
Just bought my copy finally, no skips/cracks/pops: it's all good!
The only one I heard was Trax on da Rocks - Unload those for best offer~~ if you want super punk forget that shit~~~ get The Ramones first Dyno original Signed band , first two albums are what you really want, ---- "Peace,Love and Tranquility "
This is, and I suspect always will be, my favourite House lp. I remember being totally skint the day it came out and gladly selling, for exchange value, the two Oasis albums I had no use whatsoever for, in order to buy 'Homework'. I made tons of tape copies of it for practically everyone I knew, and played it literally hundreds of times. The weekend after it came out, I was at a shit student party across the road from my ex's flat, where fucking ABBA kept being played. I don't exactly hate ABBA, but listening to them for hours on end is too much. I ran over to my exes and grabbed my cd of 'Homework' to bring back over. As soon as it was put on the stereo it literally brought that party back to life. So fresh and energetic, and still sounding good 20 years later!
Rollin' & Scratchin', Rock'n Roll , Revolution 909 are one of best songs.Around The World is one most annoying songs ever.But definetly best DP album
This album has some awesome parts and some not so awesome parts. I can hardly make it through all 7 minutes of Rollin' & Scratchin'. Rock'n Roll is almost painful to listen to. Maybe they will grow on me. The rest of the album is really good though. Some of my favorites are Revolution 909, Fresh, Teachers, and Oh Yeah.
I bought it 1997 and i played the record a thousend times at home and on parties (dj) Definitely one of the best house albums and definitly! the best "daft punk" album....!
Completely and utterly classic, very influenced by Chicago House, pretty harsh sounding at all times, but in a fun way. Da Funk has those funky bass lines, Around The World is a dance floor classic, and Alive is a real club mover and a staple of DP's live shows. Discovery is a more accessible house album, and Homework isn't for everyone, as some of the reviews here show, but for late 90s French techno, you can't get much better than this5/5
Gold as Heart
Easily the most overrated Electronic Music LP ever produced. Whilst some of the tracks are funky and fresh [Around The World, Fresh, Revolution 909], most of the album is stuffed full of uninspired Techno & House. Pretty much all of the other tracks are boring and go nowhere. However the tracks I have mentioned are very forward thinking and influential, though still fairly boring compared to Discovery
Daft Punk’s Homework is probably one of the most cited electronic record from the French country, be it not by unbiased listeners. The good thing is that, in its linear approach to dance music, the tracks are quite versatile. It goes from the straight and kicking techno from the happy “Phoenix” to the disco leanings of the excellent “Around the World”, which is probably the best track here, offering a beautiful - almost melancholic - twist midway to its deep and accessible groove. “Revolution 909” is a typical example of how catchy house music can get, utilizing the drum machine to the max and putting the bass under it with excellent timing. But herein lies the problem - most of the other tracks on the album come off as monstrosities trying to do the same and failing, especially showcased by the second half of the album. Tracks like “Indo Silver Club” and “High Fidelty” miss the hooking elements that should make them worthwhile. “Burnin’” has an awesome building bassline, but only after you have waded through 15 minutes of absolute garbage in the form of “Rollin’ & Scratching” and “Rock’n Roll”. And that’s not even mentioning all the filler on the album like “Daftendirekt”, “Oh Yeah” and “Funk Ad”. “Fresh” and “Da Funk” fortunately take a different approach to the dancefloor, but the unbalanced mixing of elements of the latter doesn’t quite do it for me. The epitome of mind-flattening music comes with “High Fidelty”, where a sample is looped over and over again as if it is made by a child playing with his first music mixing program. In the end, the main disappointment is that Homework underlines the wrongful prejudice dance music should be repetitive and mindless to a ridiculous extreme. This album sure is influential, but just not in a good way.
I won't discuss the quality and relevancy of this album here & at this point in time - others did it far better and i guess it would take a while. One thing though : the "Shouts to" and especially "Respect to" listings on the sleevenotes are absolutely mandatory. Any kid digging music and inspiration through this album's sleevenotes (and also through the namedropping on "Teachers") will be hit straight by hot new cool musical worlds, and might experience a life change through music (and style) ; and i guess the robots deserve big kudos for that simple fact (as a start).
Buddy, you were called out as a troll but denied that you were. The only other option is that you're a hipster. Oh my god, that's it! You are an elitist hipster - possibly one who's in denial. I will bet you $50 that one of those artists Daft Punk listed was playing on your kitschy, retro record player (because that's all you play is vinyl), but as soon as you read their name in the liner notes, they were to henceforth be considered shit. Just look at your hipster-esque reasons for hating. I mean, you're so put off by DJ Funk's song titles. Do you find them childish? Did they offend your vegan sensibilities? You also bash their "commercial urban toss" choices as if anything that has sold more than 5 copies and wasn't pressed as white label by an "underground" record label is a badge of shame (is underground too mainstream of a word for you?). And did you honestly rip on Daft Punk for their skills in alphabetizing? "DP also exhibit a basic ignorance of the alphabet: one of the very few decent artists named, David Bowie, is listed under 'D'. Quincy Jones is filed under 'Q'. Utter idiots."What the hell does that even mean? Where the Christ should David Bowie be filed if not under D?!? How much Dust-Off did you inhale before writing that?Oh and for the hell of it, I took a look through your record collection that you've listed on Discogs. For someone who has such a hate-on for commercial music, you sure seem to have a boner for collecting it.
@ christheboy2 Considering that you think them to be utter idiots you have spent quite a bit of effort unpicking their shout-outs list. It seems strange that you would be so interested in artists you have so much dislike for. Also I had no idea that track titles had to be works of great literacy. 'Atlantic Jaxx' made your 'toss' list and this label put out some great house records before Basement Jaxx blew up (good enough for Derrick May to drop in a mix cd I used to rinse). Fair play to Daft Punk for giving some love to artists who inspire them - they're not forcing you to buy it. Some people share the music that moves them, others hate on music they don't like.
Yes, trolling has its charms. I don't practice it myself as I value my time too much, but I can recognize a quality work. Although if I was you I would have added Deeon ('suck my D until it turns blue') and Paul Johnson ('Whose pussy is that?') as other DP-credited fine examples of the mighty ghetto Chi-house, which fun, funkiness and yes, coolness, apparently doesn't hit you. Then about your other meagre 2-3 examples, obviously isolating a few more or less debatably weak names out of a 120+ exemplary list is a joke. So yes, Boo Williams, Daniel Wang, Red Krayola, Dan Bell, Rob Hood, Luke Slater, Beltram, King Tubby, Spike Jonze, Stereolab, Scott Walker, Sun Ra, Spacemen 3, Love, Chic, Can, Gemini and many more wrapped together by two 20+ year-old artists on the pre-internet era of early '97 is a remarkable action of eclectic, valuable culture sharing (one could still perceive at this point hints of the then-disappearing utopia of 'unity' and 'housenation' values, whatever this could mean), and yes this list is still relevant 15 years later for anyone willing to dig cool music on a quality open-minded basis, and yes, considering DP's influence on the following generations and music trends, this 'shouts list' is a blessing. And i don't even mention here the more local-based particularity of the 'extra shouts' list, which gives a quite accurate and interesting overview of the early 90s parisian and french scene, plus some of the ones to become ; a useful document for any techno historian willing to investigate further in the future.
It's 2011 and this album is every bit as playable as it was nearly 15 years ago. Da Funk and Around the World are the highlights of the album, but its just a completely well-designed release. I'm not even much of a house listener and I love this album. This is a good lesson on how to make an EDM album - no filler tracks, just good music. Probably an all-time classic, and a must have for any self-respecting electronic music listener.
Lots of classic tracks on this album, my favourites being Revolution 909, Da Funk, Around the World (obviously) and Alive. The rest I can easily do without most of the time, though it makes for nice background music on hot summer days that you can sway your hips to idly. It's not the best or most radical Daft Punk album by far and it's obvious they have since long moved on from this sound but it's still a classic house record and a testament to their early sound.
here are the samples :1.'WDPK 83.7 FM' / 'Da Funk': "Rock Bounce Roll Skate" (beat) performed by Vaughan Mason & Crew and 'I'm Gonna Love You Just a Little More Babe' (drum break) performed by Barry White (uncredited). 2.High Fidelity': 'The Way You Are' performed by Billy Joel (uncredited). 3.'Indo Silver Club': "Hot Shot" performed by Karen Young. 4.Around The World : Good Times by Chic5.Burnin' : Down To Love Town by The Originals6.WDPK : Musique by Daft Punk7. Teachers : Catch Me On The Rebound by Loletta Holloway (theory) , Head by Prince(drums) (theory) , I Want To Break Free by Queen (Theory.8. Fresh : The Way you Are by Billy Joel & Piano man by Billy joel 9. Funk Ad : Da Funk by Daft Punk :)
Around The World is the only fairly decent cut. The rest of the Homework album is total CRAP!!!
You cannot leave out Da Funk!
Overrated and repetitive. electronica isn't repetitive utz utz like the haters say, but daft punk unfortunately brings their opinion justice.
0 and 13? too many frenchmen here.
What is so revolutionary said and done on 'Homework' that Telex haven't pioneered two decades earlier on with matters electronic dance? Daft Punk surely made it revolutionary for the late nineties on the verge of a dozen retros; impressive and switching over into numerous pulsating extremes. However, every robotic twitch, every stripped down groove frenzy here no matter how impressive and harsh - 'Homework' still sounds more like taking the piss out of everything, itself included.
Back in '96, you couldn't go to a French rave without hearing "Rollin' & Scratchin'" at least once in the evening. If there ever was one proper "rave classic" in France then, this is the one. So when people later found out that Daft Punk had signed to Virgin for the release of "Homework", they were accused of selling out and foreign DJ's playing "Rollin' & Scratchin'" to make us happy started to get booed quite regularly. Everyone was sick of hearing that same old Daft Punk track at every party, but little did we know how much more we were going to hear from them ! Just when we had our fill and were expecting a more insane track from them, we got quite the opposite: "Revolution 909", "Around The World", "Burnin'" and their remix of I:Cube's "Disco Cubizm" - 4 tracks that made them highly popular in the then-suddenly revived club scene and highly unpopular in the then-suddenly declining rave scene. I do believe there's a before and after "Homework", but most youngsters' biggest mistake is to believe that there was nothing worthy of interest before Daft Punk, and I happen to believe that it's just when techno culture was at its prime !
Love it or hate it, Homework has carved out a niche for itself in electronic music history. I remember when this album hit all the big stores back in 96, like Best Buy and Sam Goody. It was that "techno album" everyone was saying. I'm not sure how they were able to negotiate such a huge launch, but it became clear rather quickly that their appeal extended far beyond the underground club scene. As simplistic as this album is, there is a certain uniqueness that I've never heard since, from them or other producers. Maybe it's the nostalgia I get when re-listening years later, that certainly plays a role. But it's hard to deny the extreme funk in some of these productions. Even the massively overplayed 'Around The World' has a timeless funk that is impossible to deny. I don't recommend any DJ ever playing it out again, in their lifetime, but great for the bedroom jam session. 'Da Funk' and 'Burnin' are right up there in the category of techno-funk masterpieces too. But my favorite has to be 'Teachers' with its shout outs to the great producers before them, and that beat is just so freakin fresh. Breakdance music for robots. Love it or hate it, Homework is a classic that will be heard by many future generations of techno-house lovers.
This album was my gateway drug to electronic music, and for that, it will always have a special place in my heart. That said, most of the tracks on here still appeal to me even though my musical tastes change with time. Many of the tracks are not quite as mainstream friendly as the big singles, but I find myself liking those too, especially Rollin' & Scratchin' and Indo Silver Club. While I wasn't as impressed with Discovery (though I did like Interstella 5555 a lot), this album is just a classic to me, and I love it through and through.
Stunning, stunning album. Proper thumping, warped minimal techno and house. When I first got it, I could only listen up to 'Around The World', while everything after that sounded too harsh and horrible. A year later, everything before 'Rolling & Scratching' sounded like disco music for pussies. Now I get it all - it's 100% man-music, and one of the all-time greatest electronic albums, if not THE greatest.
In my opinion, this album is really overrated. It definitely has some great tracks ("Around The World", "Da Funk", "Revolution 909"), but most of the tracks are plain and uninteresting - just beats and some weird sounds... Maybe it was inspirational back in 1996; maybe it really was the turning point for house music, I just don't know... But nowadays, this album does not sound fresh. Daft Punk's second album, "Discovery", is much much better, but for some strange reason, it is quite underrated.
maybe there are 2-3 interesting tracks on it. the rest is boring garbage -just playing around with stupid beats, loops and filters. Nothing really special to it. Don't believe the hype!
Absolutely brilliant all the way through - this is the album that gave house a kick up the arse. I just wish someone would give Daft Punk a kick up the arse now. Talk about falling from grace...
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