Revolution 909" is an instrumental track from Daft Punk's 1997 album Homework. It was released as the fifth and final single from the album in 1998. The music video for the track was directed by Roman Coppola. The opening skit in "Revolution 909" is said to be a reflection on the French government and its stance against rave parties.
Revolution 909. Daft Punk. Produced by Daft Punk. Revolution 909 Lyrics. Stop the music and go home I repeat, stop the music and go home. About Revolution 909. With a catchy disco tune and weird intro, its kind of hard not to admit why the first single is popular, but then, again, listen to it some more, and you’ll find Revolution 909 is as funky as can be, with drum staking the spotlight, and washes of synth right around the corner. Revolution 909" Track Info.
Revolution 909 (Revolution Accapella). Remix – Roger Sanchez. Revolution 909 (CD, Single).
Album: Revolution 909 - EP, 1998. Provided to YouTube by Warner Music Group. Revolution 909. ℗ 1997 - daft trax. Producer: Guy-Manuel de Homem Christo Producer: Thomas Bangalter Composer, Writer: Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo Composer, Writer: Thomas Bangalter. Auto-generated by YouTube. Has been played on. United States 7. 313 DBN Radio.
Daft Punk - Revolution 909 Смотреть онлайн. This video is the reason teens from the 90s know how to make tomato sauce.
Album: Revolution 909. Heyo! SONGLYRICS just got interactive.
Use Daft Punk - Revolution 909 and thousands of other assets to build an immersive game or experience. Select from a wide range of models, decals, meshes, plugins, or audio that help bring your imagination into reality. Genre: House, French House, Dance Album: Homework Year: 1997 Tags: France, Electronic, Beat, Dancey, Thomas Bangalter, Guy Manuel de Homen-Christo.