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Alive 2007 [LP]
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Album: Alive 2007 [LP]
# Song Title   Time
1)    Robot Rock/Oh Yeah
2)    Touch It/Technologic
3)    Television Rules the Nation/Crescendolls
4)    Too Long/Steam Machine
5)    Around the World/Harder Better Faster Stronger
6)    Burnin'/Too Long
1)    Face to Face/Short Circuit
2)    One More Time/Aerodynamic
3)    Aerodynamic Beats/Gabrielle, Forget About the World
4)    Prime Time of Your Life/Brainwasher/Rollin' and Scratchin'/Alive
5)    Da Funk/Dadftendirekt
6)    Superheroes/Human After All/Rock'n Roll
 

Album: Alive 2007 [LP]
# Song Title   Time
1)    Robot Rock/Oh Yeah
2)    Touch It/Technologic
3)    Television Rules the Nation/Crescendolls
4)    Too Long/Steam Machine
5)    Around the World/Harder Better Faster Stronger
6)    Burnin'/Too Long
1)    Face to Face/Short Circuit
2)    One More Time/Aerodynamic
3)    Aerodynamic Beats/Gabrielle, Forget About the World
4)    Prime Time of Your Life/Brainwasher/Rollin' and Scratchin'/Alive
5)    Da Funk/Dadftendirekt
6)    Superheroes/Human After All/Rock'n Roll
 
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  • Timed to perfection, Daft Punk's second live album landed exactly ten years after the first, and provides a fitting complement to Alive 1997, easily the best live non-DJ electronica record ever released. While the original featured only a handful of tracks (but found them transformed and tweaked ad infinitum), Alive 2007 is packed with productions, most of them short and many of them getting a big crowd response (all recorded at one show in Paris in June of 2007). As on their first two classic full-lengths, Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo display excellent crowd control, pacing the record well, spacing the hits, and building the mood like the good crowd-pleasers they are. (The visuals included in the regular and deluxe editions reveal quite the stage show as well.) It has the feel of a greatest-hits-live concert, but energized by Daft Punk's talents at weaving songs in and out of each other. Even songs from the comparatively desultory Human After All sound rejuvenated in context, with "Robot Rock" getting the show off to a rousing start. It may not be better or stronger than the original Alive 1997, but it's definitely harder and faster. [Alive 2007 was released on LP in 2014.] ~ John Bush
Professional Reviews
Rolling Stone (p.196) - 3.5 stars out of 5 -- "This is the first-rate live album that Electric Light Orchestra should have made but never did."

Spin (p.119) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "ALIVE 2007 is the rare synth-based concert album to capture and transcend its creators' studio-bound essence."

Entertainment Weekly (p.71) - "The master DJs blend all their biggest hits into one enthralling, seamless mash-up of pumping bass lines, steady drumbeats, and cooing vocoders." -- Grade: A-

Uncut (p.89) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "[This set] sees them mash the Kraftwerk-ed likes of 'Aerodynamic' and 'Robot Rock' into the girlfriend-on-the-shoulders set that's seen them own 2007's festival season..."

Vibe (p.110) - "Old cuts are supercharged....The effect is gripping..."

Q (Magazine) (p.115) - 3 stars out of 5 -- [I]t's a spectacular show, from the moment the kick drum starts to thud during 'Robot Rock' to the techno-rave meltdown..."

Mojo (Publisher) (p.100) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "ALIVE 2007 reveals that the duo still know how to target their electro-weaponry straight at the adrenalin gland."

Blender (Magazine) (p.144) - 3.5 stars out of 5 -- "The set captured here is a mash-up fest, with tracks colliding and merging at exhilarating, unexpected angles."
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