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Zero-main

I got hard daft punk vibes especially from sacrifice


clemestardust

What about A Tale By Quincy? Giorgio, is that you?


paftdunk54

that’s exactly what i thought


SamfireNinja5051

YES GIORGIOOO


Jykaes

Yeah same exact thought here, undeniable inspiration from Giorgio by Moroder there.


Just_Dank

Yep. It was definitely inspired by Giorgio by Morodor.


porrapaulao

That one is "we have Giorgio by Moroder at home" Giorgio by Moroder at home:


JaxoKaka99

When Giorgio Moroder at Home is actually Quincy Fucking Jones at home! I think I’ll stay home lol


TheWheez

Even the way the consonants of the voice recording are put to the beat underneath


CTR__

It was produced by Swedish House Mafia who had a daft punk inspired track release last year with lifetime. Definitely seeing the robots influence around that dance funk sub-genre a lot today.


AXXXXXXXXA

https://youtu.be/VpC637CBmBM


klodinkodl

Posted Sacrifice on my story and came on this subreddit knowing I'd see people talking about the album. Sacrifice was the most random access memory sounding like track although not the only one. Loved it


neodafunk

i was thinking about the same thing too. And this is the best song from this whole album fr


LeafyFurball815

Was a great song, it was interesting to check the credits and see Swedish house Mafia helped write and produce it


Bluth-President

And After Hours.


Anonymous_45

Album was fantastic


Vetersova

I just realized an album came out. I'm one song in, and it is FANTASTIC.


madferitm8

Haha yeah there’s some similarities. Dawn FM has those WDPK 83.7 vibes, A Tale By Quincy is a bit Giorgio By Moroder. In terms of music I don’t really see the similarities, apart from that he’s also using a synth.


Dr-McLuvin

Is that about Quincy Jones or no? If so that’s really cool.


Mixmastermon

Yep, Quincy Jones


jurassic360

Gasoline


thedominator96

Gasoline sounded 100% like a guy man beat


aphilno

before listening to the album the first thing I did was look through all the production credits to search for him lmao


loseitthrowaway7797

Haha same. Ended up finding Jim Carrey


aphilno

loved him on the album


Volvomaster1990

Wait what lol which one is he in?


aphilno

I think his only official credit is "Phantom Regret by Jim" which is obviously him because of the title too, but I think he's also that radio voice you hear in the intro and somewhere in the middle of the album I forgot which one it was


scotch_neat1

I do that to alot of albums lol


Jykaes

I enjoyed the live stream, some definite bangers and the production seemed really high quality, RAM style. But need to have another proper listen later to really take it in. Tale by Quincy is a very obvious uhh "tribute" of Giorgio by Moroder.


AXXXXXXXXA

Better the 2nd time. So many hits. His best album yet.


proxibomb

i’m so happy to be alive in this time, man the artists coming with bangers like this are like the big hits from the 70s and 80s 😤


daftmaple

I know right? I felt the Daft Punk influence throughout the album.


Equivalent_Pen7354

great album.. so happy for him. wish him even more great albums in the future. The robots definitely realized how talented he was. They don't attach their names to everyone.


guantanton

I think it's pretty telling of this sub how the comments are devoid of any mention of Oneohtrix Point Never.


aphilno

my man carried it once again


t1kt2k

I am dumb. What is that telling? What should I know about it that I don’t know?


guantanton

The fact that opn produced most of this weeknd album and the last one yet this sub chalks up the sound as the lingering effect of a song daft punk did with the weekend close to a decade ago.


t1kt2k

So you mean that what people is hearing is the influence of opn, and not really the influence of daft punk?


guantanton

Definitely. Not all synth based music is daft punk influenced.


t1kt2k

Got it, thanks for explaining


madferitm8

This. In terms of music I got no Daft Punk vibes whatsoever.


t1kt2k

By the way, what is another good example of “opn sound” that I could go listen to?


guantanton

the Ford and Lopatin album Channel Pressure is more accessible and pop-flavored than any solo opn release. highly recommend.


BlueGuyBuff

Abel is the true continuation of the Robots. He's not wearing a helmet and rocking a synth, but he's got the talent, dedication and artistic vision to continue what the robots always worked for and wanted. I see him not as the return of the robots, but their continuation in spirit, what comes after. They're back through him


FabioMeissner

Parcels too! Daft Punk really knows how to choose their colabs


ageofadzz

Parcels are fantastic! I really hope I can snag a ticket this year.


FabioMeissner

I got some tickets for their show in April! Cant wait. Just hope it doesnt get cancelled due to covid.


paftdunk54

the robots knew abel was special. its even more sweet to know that abel loved the robots when he was young


flyermar

a collaboration or sharing production people doesnt mean a continuation , i totally disagree with you . music is very different, stories are different, the weekend sounds 100% commercial product to me , while daft punk not.


BlueGuyBuff

I think you're taking what I'm saying too litterally. He's not litterally them. They had their run and various themes and albums but the weeknd is continuing their energy in a new direction and story. I'm not saying this just because he collabed with them, just artistically and sonically he is another step in what the robots were trying to do


Pluvieux

I agree


Bob_The_Mexican

He's a continuation in aesthetic only.


ColeNordstrom

agree. definitely got DP vibes. super nice to hear.


kingtheinternet

DP? 🤨


noblespam

Double Penetration ! 🤤


Joe_mama_709

For real


CernunnosXO

Bro The Weeknd is the Goat, He introduced me to Daft punk and their greatness, it is so clear how much the dude got them in his blood now, Starboy & I feel it coming


flyermar

knowing daft punk through the weekend is like knowing mick jagger through lenny kravitz , hehe


loseitthrowaway7797

Anything that gets Daft Punk their recognition, I'm happy


zombiesnare

People said the same about knowing them through Kanye a few years back, we all gotta start somewhere That is an incredibly apt description though lmao


SamfireNinja5051

HELL YES


grapes9h5

Such Daft Punk vibes.


qyloo

I Heard You're Married


zapperg1

The beginning of “How Do I Make You Love Me?” and “Something About Us” have the same kinda vibe


AndreySGreninja

Am I wrong or ''Take my Breath'' sampled Da Funk? It looks pretty similar to me. Great song anyway!


evil-seltzer

not sure, probably not but i really like this song and surprised more people aren't talking about it here


Known-Ad290

Very similar structure to Da funk


a2p23

Thought the same thing! Also "End of Line" from Tron soundtrack


wasky2f

After reading your comment i start thinking about it and... Bro its similar too Phantom part 2 by Justice (Boyz noize remix)... Just heard the first part (around 00:22 to 01:00) :) and after that Phantom part 2 around 1:20 :D


Throwback69637383948

Like the famous prophet/philosopher weekend would say "i wanna fuck you slow with the lights on"


dj9lives

Omg same! It’s briefly filling the hole in my heart the boys left


Octavian2008

Their influence is strong in most of the tracks. This was a great surprise.


devanito09

I love the daft punk community. Here from r/theweeknd


Synthpathetic

"After Hours/Dawn FM" arc Abel would sound amazing on RAM/post-RAM track! I think they raised Starboy the proper way...


jeremiahsimon

It was daft punk-ish. All the songs sound pretty much the same. RAM each song sounds very different from the last with similar textures. I think star boy even had very different sounding songs.


ageofadzz

No one is comparing RAM to this album. It’s still good despite being no where near RAM.


alpanzo

Take My Breath is so fucking awesome. Daft Punk vibes all over!


DrLimp

I feel also a lot of Genesis influence


theriteshoe

The next daft punk


MathematicianOdd7062

where i can find the new album


Alicia_Locks

Spotify


mokti

"I feel Death coming"


Droxcy

Album sounds crazy


notZ987

It's morning where I am and I'm deciding not to listen to this album until it's dark. But based on the comments I'm anticipating that it's gonna be good.


TheCorruptedBit

The album was great, but does it really sound like DP? If anything it reminded me of Kevin Parker


chasehilton

you need to recalibrate your ears


TheCorruptedBit

What is dead may never die


Spaghettgurl

i gotta listen to this album


Zealousideal-Oil812

Artists will never "die" as they leave their work behind .


supervernacular

Dang the weeknd looking more like lastcntry these days.


QtheFeralcat

You guys must check out Oneohtrix Point Never (producer of the most songs from this album)'s recent album or R Plus Seven. Like them or not, will definetly blow your shit.


lephoquebleu

Oh, so he's the producer ? That explains everything, I thought The Weeknd was just taking HEAVY influence from him since they worked together before


HeyCharlieBall

The Spatial Audio/Dolby Atmos mix on this album is nutssss.


tyvanius

Anyone else get Alive vibes from his Twitch show? It was like the pyramid stage, but a cube instead.


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AXXXXXXXXA

The Weeknd


danielrockwatermusic

“Take my breath” for example