We Ranked Daft Punk’s ‘Discovery’ Track By Track 15 Years Later

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03.14.16 7 Comments

This week marks the 15th anniversary of one of simply the most monumental dance music albums ever. Daft Punk’s Discovery, which hit American shores on March 13, 2001 (dropping a few weeks earlier in Europe), was the critical peak of the most important electronic act of the 21st century.

The album’s mix of French House, R&B, and disco makes it absolute required listening for anyone who cares to know about dance music, and the expert sequencing makes it a stone-cold classic front-to-back that is meant to be listened to as a whole. Still, for those of you who have not time listen to albums anymore, some tracks are more classic (classic-er) than others. So, in honor of Discovery crossing this milestone, we decided to rank all 14 of its tracks from (relatively) worst to best.

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