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"Television Rules the Nation" is the eighth track by Daft Punk from their third studio album Human After All. The Human After All album cover features Daft Punk's signature on a white television screen on a black background. This possibly resembles the concept of "Television Rules the Nation". The previous song on the album, "On/Off", which lasts 20 seconds, is said to be an intro for "Television Rules the Nation".

The track was supposed to be released as a single (even a music video was made), however, it was never released.

The song was used during the "Alive 2006/2007 tour", it was mixed along vocals of "Around the World" and with "Crescendolls".

Music video Edit

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Daft Punk Television rules the nation unreleased video

A music video was leaked on the internet, featuring a shortened version. The video is presented in a four-splitted screen. It also uses special effects, such as fuzzy movements and "echo" effects. The music video features Daft Punk (Thomas playing the electric guitar, while Guy-Man plays the drums) in a black stage, with only a few lights illuminating, while they move and play the song.

The video begins with Daft Punk moving their heads along the beats, then their start playing the song, as lights begins to illuminate the stage.

The video is very similar to the one of Robot Rock, in which both are playing the same instruments.

External linksEdit


Human After All
Previous song
On/Off
Television Rules the Nation Next song
Technologic


Alive 2007
Previous song
Touch It / Technologic
Television Rules the Nation / Crescendolls Next song
Too Long / Steam Machine

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