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The cover for Daft Punk's D.A.F.T.

D.A.F.T. - A Story About Dogs, Androids, Firemen and Tomatoes is a video collection created by Daft Punk that was released in 1999. It features music videos for Around the World, Da Funk and Fresh, Burnin' and Revolution 909. Although its title derives from the appearances of dogs, androids, firemen and tomatoes, there is no solid plot bonding any of the episodes.

ContentsEdit

  • "Da Funk"
    • Audio commentary with Spike Jonze
    • The Making of "Da Funk" (Featuring Armand Van Helden Remix)
    • The Making of the Dog's Head (Featuring "On Da Rocks" by Thomas Bangalter)
  • "Around the World"
    • Audio commentary with Michel Gondry
    • In the classroom with Michel Gondry
    • The Making of "Around the World" (Featuring Masters at Work Remix)
  • "Burnin'"
    • Audio commentary with Seb Janiak
    • The Making of "Burnin'" (Featuring Ian Pooley "Cut Up" Mix)
  • "Revolution 909"
    • Audio commentary with Roman Coppola
    • The Making of "Revolution 909" (Featuring Roger Sanchez Remix)
  • "Fresh"
    • The Rehearsal of The "Fresh" Shot with Daft Punk
    • The Making of "Fresh"

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