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Daft Punk, it's over. After a 28-year adventure, the two famous Frenchannounced their separation in a surprise video posted on YouTube on Monday, February 22. Eight years after the release of the last album "Random Access Memories" - their biggest commercial success with nearly 4 million copies sold - the duo formed by Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo have decided to turn the page, while fans instead expected a comeback.
During his career, Daft Punk revolutionizedand is today considered one of the most influential groups in the history of this genre. If it was with "Random Access Memories" that the duo broke all records by reaching the number one and pocketing four "Grammy Awards" at once, other older productions have also met. a strong international success. We can notably mention the album from the soundtrack of the eponymous film: "Tron: Legacy" (4th worldwide), or the second of the group released in 2001: "Discovery" (15th).
The most underrated albums of all time: Kate Bush - "50 Words For Snow"
Kate Bush somnambulously whispered seven meditative chamber pop songs, as if she had just been woken up and her head was still in a dream world. © Provided by www.rollingstone.de Cover artwork of "50 Words For Snow" by Kate Bush Kate Bush somnambulously whispered seven meditative chamber pop songs, as if she had just been woken up and her head was still in a dream world. Good reviews, moderate sales.
This graph shows the highest rank achieved by Daft Punk's albums in the global sales rankings.
Dr. Seuss racist? Books withdrawn, the American right denounces the "cancel culture" .
© SCOTT OLSON Two albums by Dr. Seuss which will no longer be printed, Tuesday in a Chicago library The indexing of six albums of the popular author for children Dr. Seuss for their racial stereotypes has sparked controversy in the United States, with conservatives denouncing a new example of "cancel culture". Among the titles removed from the list are "And To Think That I Saw it on Mulberry Street", which notably features a "Chinese boy", carrying a bowl and chopsticks.