Red Box Dublin

To anyone reading this, Daft Punk once did a tour in 1997 called the ‘Daftendirekt Tour’ which was later renamed to ‘Alive 1997’ and a 45-minute excerpt from the Que Club in Birmingham was put on a CD. Now, they also played at lots of other venues including Rex Club and Red Box in Dublin. The special thing about this recording at The Red Box is that Guy and Thomas played ‘Revolution 909’ in a similar way in which it is found on ‘Homework’ and ‘Fresh’ was also played in a similar way. If you heard lots of live bootlegs of the Dafts then you would know that these two songs are rarely played live when they tour. Bootlegs of the recording were then sold after the event on tape so if you have one or know someone who has one I would pay top dollar to get my hands on it.

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14 Responses to “Red Box Dublin”
  1. mr.daftrobot says:

    mmm, interesting……

    p.s. this is daftfanatic from TDC

    • Yes, it is a very interesting topic!

  2. Alexis says:

    I have the Red Box Dublin, if you want it, conatct me. alexhousemusique5@hotmail.com

    • Sent you an email a couple fo days ago.

  3. Alexis says:

    sorry, i didn’t look my e-mail

    • Anything?

      • Did you ever check your emails?

  4. eamon says:

    http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/features/2012/0215/1224311791756.html

    club is closing down after 20 years….sad…..always a good night there….

  5. daftfanatic2012 (from TDC) says:

    any luck at all!!!?????

  6. shadermader says:

    So guys, any luck?

    • Nothing yet

  7. George says:

    Anything updates on this?

    • Unfortunately

  8. Kevin-Flynn says:

    Hello,any update on this?

    should we try to reach THE ROBOTS and ask them? 🙂

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