Arguably the greatest electronic duo of all time Daft Punk have been around almost 24 years now. Tracks like ‘One More Time’ and ‘Da Funk’ still sound as crisp as ever till this day. Their music really is timeless.


We have decided to choose our top 10 Daft Punk tracks of all time.

10. Daft Punk – Crescendolls


Discovery – 2001


An overlooked gem on Discovery sampling Little Anthony and the Imperials. This is an ode to french disco house.

9. Daft Punk – Something About Us


Discovery – 2001


Something About Us, taking an emotionless robot and flipping it upside down, the robots show their human side of thinking.

8. Daft Punk – Around The World


Homework – 1997


Skeletons, swimmers and robots all feature in this well choreographed music video. It goes without saying, this one is known ‘Around The World’… Sorry.

7. Daft Punk – Da Funk


Homework – 1997


There is nothing better than hearing that drop at 0:41 for the first time. Enough said.

6. Stardust – Music Sounds Better With You


Roulé Music – 1998


For their only release, Bangalter teams up with Alan Braxe and vocalist Benjamin Diamond.

5. Daft Punk – Burning


Homework – 1997


The grooviest bassline Daft Punk have ever put together, caressed with a chopped drum sample leaves this track impeccable.

4. Thomas Bangalter – Spinal Scratch


Irréversible – 2002


Featuring on the soundtrack of Irréversible, this one goes under the radar a bit.

3. Daft Punk – Rollin N Scratchin


Homework – 1997


Featuring after ‘Around The World’ on Homework, you’d think it would be hard to match it. This one just blows it out of the park.

2. Daft Punk – One More Time


Discovery – 2001


Coming in at number two on the UK charts, this track saw major success. That doesn’t take away from it though. It was completed as early as 1998, where it remained “sitting on a shelf” until its eventual release in 2000.

1. Daft Punk – Revolution 909


Homework – 1997


After a lot of thought, we had to choose this as our number one Daft Punk track. The opening skit in it is a reflection on the French government and its stance against rave parties.