Human after all

Very different from their earlier works is their ‘Human after all’ album. This is a single with remixes by Justice, Alter Ego, SebastiAn and Digitalism.
I need your opinion on the new page, there is an option to change the colours to a darker theme. So which do you prefer?
Human after all


Album Artist: Daft Punk
Genre: Electro house, tech house, experimental
Release: 2005

12 Responses to “Human after all”
  1. Zelda says:

    Thanks for the upload! You changed the scheme to black again?

  2. Baloo says:

    Human After All is a decent track. Don’t care for the remixes though.

    As for the new layout, cool how you have the most important blog entries at the top (You should put the Homework singles up there too IMO), but why are they totally new blog posts and not links to the old ones?

    Also, the huge picture of the new blog post when it comes in is kind of…annoying. It distorts the page. Other than that though, it looks good.

    • I’ll put the Homework ones up. I put the popular posts up. The big Daft Punk pic is updated everytime I do a post that is filed under the ‘Daft Punk’ category. I haven’t found a way of hiding it and I don’t think there is one.

    • Zelda says:

      I like the Guy-Man After All remix, you have to appreciate the fact that it was one of the first things Justice did that got them noticed.

  3. paul says:

    the sebastiAn remix is the best, definitely. he put more into that song than daft punk did into the original.

  4. paul says:

    by the way, I wondered why you never post any sebastiAn? dislike his music?

  5. DPBF says:

    all Links down

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