Alive 2007

Release date
19 Nov 2007
Running length
13 tracks
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1 Daft Punk - Robot Rock / Oh Yeah 6:26 233,021
2 Daft Punk - Touch It / Technologic 5:28 229,685
3 Daft Punk - Television Rules the Nation / Crescendolls 4:49 233,004
4 Daft Punk - Too Long / Steam Machine 6:59 194,193
5 Daft Punk - Around the World / Harder Better Faster Stronger 5:41 188,479
6 Daft Punk - Burnin' / Too Long 7:09 173,649
7 Daft Punk - Face to Face / Short Circuit 4:54 170,473
8 Daft Punk - One More Time / Aerodynamic 6:09 154,737
9 Daft Punk - Aerodynamic Beats / Gabrielle , Forget About The World 3:30 56,685
10 Daft Punk - Prime Time Of Your Life / Brainwasher /Rollin 'and Scratchin' / Alive 10:20 49,693
11 Daft Punk - Da Funk / Dadftendirekt 6:35 54,415
12 Daft Punk - Superheroes / Human After All / Rock'n Roll 5:39 137,753
13 Daft Punk - Stardust - Human After All/Together/One More Time/Music Sounds Better With You 9:56 11,388

About this album

Alive 2007 is a live album by Daft Punk, first released on November 19, 2007. It is the second album recorded live by the duo, following Alive 1997. Alive 2007 features their performance at Bercy in Paris from June 14, 2007.
The physical release in North America was delayed to December 4 due to production issues, but the album became available as a digital download on November 20, 2007. A special edition of the album was released that includes the encore from the Alive 2007 tour on a second disc. It also includes a 50-page book containing photographs from the tour taken by DJ Falcon. The first single from the album, “Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger (Alive 2007)” was released digitally on October 15, 2007.
The album won the Grammy Award for Best Electronic/Dance Album in 2008.


The Alive 2007 set used Ableton Live software on “custom made super-computers” for the show. Daft Punk accessed the hardware remotely with Behringer BCR2000 MIDI controllers and JazzMutant Lemur touchscreen pads within the central pyramid. Minimoog Voyager RME units were also implemented for the live performances. The four Voyager units and two Behringer mixers allowed Daft Punk to “mix, shuffle, trigger loops, filter, distort samples, EQ in and out, transpose or destroy and deconstruct synth lines.” The majority of the equipment was stored away during the live sets within offstage towers.

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