Flashback Friday - watch a full version of Daft Punk's Alive 2007 tour in Paris

Flashback Friday - watch a full version of Daft Punk's Alive 2007 tour in Paris

Relive the biggest moment in dance music history.

Daft Punk's Alive 2007 Tour was one of those kinda unifying moments in dance music. I've met people all over the world (and by that I mean this one time in South America and also any kick-ons involving people over the age of 25) who simply went to it, and for that reason alone it ends up coming up in conversation so often with regards to all time raves.

"What's been the best festival you've ever been to?"

"Oh did you go to Daft Punk when they toured the pyramid?"

"Bro..."

In Australia in particular it also came at a time when live electronic music was reaching some kinda zennith. Look at the lineup for the Alive 2007 Australian Tour, called Never Ever Land:

Daft Punk

Cut Copy

The Presets

SebastiAn

Kavinsky

Van She

Muscles

Bang Gang Deejays

Bag Raiders

Literally as peak Aussie dance music as you could get.

Anyway it was a time, and in the interest of nostalgia, we just found this full HD stream of Daft Punk's set thanks to DJ Mag, cobbled together "with various HQ Source Footage, Color-Corrected High-Contrast Video, Synced with HD Audio." Enjoy, ye olde ravers, and look back on a time when the pingers were gr8 and the bangers even gr8er.

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