10cf746e54 B-sideEdit Main article: Musique The B-side of "Da Funk" is an almost 7 minutes long track called "Musique", a small part which can be heard of in WDPK 83.7 FM, a short skit contained on Homework. The concept for this video echoes that of the "Da Funk" video, in that the track is treated as nothing more than a score against which the story plays out. Daft Punk eventually signed with Virgin Records in late 1996 after a bidding war amongst several labels. Media related to Da Funk at YouTube. Barcode and Other Identifiers Barcode: 5 024856 620255 Other Versions (5 of 17) View All Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year 7243 8 38587 1 2, Y-38587 Daft Punk Da Funk ‎(12") Virgin, Soma Quality Recordings, Virgin 7243 8 38587 1 2, Y-38587 US 1996 Sell This Version VSCDT 1625, 7243 8 93957 23 Daft Punk Da Funk ‎(CD, Single) Virgin, Virgin VSCDT 1625, 7243 8 93957 23 UK & Europe 1996 Sell This Version V25D-38587, 7243 8 38587 2 9 Daft Punk Da Funk ‎(CD, Maxi) Virgin, Virgin V25D-38587, 7243 8 38587 2 9 US 1996 Sell This Version VSLH 1625 Daft Punk Da Funk ‎(7", Jukebox) Virgin VSLH 1625 UK 1996 Sell This Version 7243 8 93995 23 Daft Punk Da Funk ‎(CD, Maxi) Virgin 7243 8 93995 23 Europe 1996 Sell This Version Recommendations Trax On Da Rocks Thomas Bangalter 0 0 0 Music Sounds Better With You Stardust 0 0 0 Homework Daft Punk 0 0 0 Kat Moda EP Jeff Mills 0 0 0 Knights Of The Jaguar EP The Aztec Mystic A.K.A DJ Rolando 0 0 0 Reviews Show All 3 Reviews Add Review deerun December 20, 2015 Report Classic!!! I love the video. Australian Charts. Background. Stream or buy on: Genre Electronic Styles Electronica Left-Field House Big Beat Club/Dance House Song Moods Bright Celebratory Energetic Freewheeling Fun Hypnotic Rousing Stylish Carefree Confident Exuberant Trippy Playful Witty Explosive Marching Pulsing Strong Song Themes Club Exercise/Workout Partying Hanging Out Playful The Creative Side Daft Punk Da Funk Composed by Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo / Thomas Bangalter Overview Share this page facebook twitter google+ Song Review by John Bush The slinky distortions of "Da Funk" made Daft Punk one of the quickest, most surprising successes in the dance world -- as famed among the ranks of occasionally snobbish music critics as among the more easily persuaded (by a good groove, at least) figures in the global club community.
Charles meets a woman named Beatrice (Catherine Kellner), who was once his childhood neighbor. His boombox annoys a bookseller on the sidewalk from whom Charles buys a paperback novel entitled Big City Nights. It focuses on the character Charles (Tony Maxwell), an anthropomorphic dog in a leg cast with a crutch wearing urban clothing. ^ Strage, Fredrik. External linksEdit LW The lyrics of Da Funk at LyricWikia. Chart positions. The pressing was limited to 2,000 copies and was "virtually ignored" according to a Muzik magazine feature at the time. Charles, who has lived in New York City for only one month, is shown walking around with a boombox blasting "Da Funk" at a high volume.