Daft Punk - Get Lucky (Random Access Memories Vanderway Edit) [Free Download]

April 4, 2013 -

Brett Blackman

Did you all notice the song in the beginning of The Collaborators Episode 1 with the legendary Giorgio Moroder yesterday? While you were fixated on Giorgio Moroder explain his contribution to music and towards the upcoming Daft Punk album in the video, you most likely missed what we can only assume is one of Daft Punk's songs off Random Access Memories entitled "Get Lucky" (pre-order here). Sometimes things just go over our heads; however, the French DJ, Vanderway under the trio page, L'ordre Collectif wasted no time in making a edit. Keeping the original flow of the song, Vanderway keeps all the chore progressions from the video while adding on some intrumentals of his own as well "faux" vocals. Sit back, relax, and enjoy this chilled out sexy edit.

Daft Punk - Get Lucky (Vanderway Edit) (Free Download)

*P.S. Check out their SoundCloud, HERE, because I may have just downloaded all of their music, and I advise you to do the same. Maybe it the French nu-disco thing, but boy do I love all the sounds coming from all three of these DJs.

Photo Credit: Jaspah13 W/edits by myself.

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