Homework Vinyl

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Hua Hsu of e Music agreed, applauding Homework for how it captured a "feeling of discovery and exploration" as a result of "years of careful study of the finest house, techno, electro and hip-hop records".Ian Mathers of Stylus Magazine noted that "there's a core of unimpeachably classic work on Homework, hidden among the merely good, and when you've got such a classic debut hidden in the outlines of the epic slouch of their debut, it's hard not to get frustrated." Rolling Stone awarded the album three stars out of five, commenting that "the duo's essential, career-defining insight is that the problem with disco the first time around was not that it was stupid but that it was not stupid enough." In a retrospective review for Pitchfork, Larry Fitzmaurice awarded it 9.2 out of 10.

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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.

The duo produced the tracks without plans to release an album.

He stated that it was "a perfect example of Daft Punk's sound at its most accessible: a post-disco boogie bassline, a minimalist sprinkling of synthetic keyboard melody and a single, naggingly insistent hook".

The first single from the album, "Alive", was included as a B-side on the single "The New Wave", which was released in April 1994.

I thought it wasn't that bad until I started writing this comment I got Homework last week on vinyl.

I have listened to the whole album, and it does skip around a little, But not as much as Alive 1997 though.

But we did so many tracks over a period of five months that we realized that we had a good album." De Homem-Christo remarked, "There was no intended theme because all the tracks were recorded before we arranged the sequence of the album.

The idea was to make the songs better by arranging them the way we did; to make it more even as an album." Chris Power of BBC Music named it "one of the decade's catchiest singles".

It is basically used to make the single a double-feature." Daft Punk discussed their method with Spike Jonze, director of the "Da Funk" music video.

He noted that "they were doing everything based on how they wanted to do it.


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