Daft Punk's final studio album, "Random Access Memories" (RAM), was released in 2013. The album was a departure from their signature electronic sound and featured live instrumentation and collaborations with a range of artists, including Nile Rodgers, Pharrell Williams, and Julian Casablancas.
RAM was critically acclaimed and commercially successful, earning Daft Punk several Grammy Awards, including Album of the Year. It featured the hit singles "Get Lucky," "Lose Yourself to Dance," and "Instant Crush."
Despite announcing their split in 2021, Daft Punk's legacy and influence on electronic music will continue to be felt for years to come. RAM is a testament to their ability to innovate and push boundaries within the genre, and stands as a landmark achievement in their impressive career.
There were some Daft Punk leaks back in the day. In the early 2000s, several tracks from their unreleased album "Human After All" were leaked online. This prompted the duo to rush the release of the album, which came out in 2005. Additionally, some demos and alternate versions of their tracks have also been leaked over the years, such as an early version of their hit single "One More Time." However, Daft Punk is known for keeping a tight lid on their music, and leaks of their work are relatively rare compared to other artists.
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