They have shared a series of interviews with their collaborators in a project called “Memory Tapes”, where artists such as Julian Casablancas, Nile Rogers and Chilly Gonzales have shared their experiences and memories of working with Daft Punk.
In a recent installment, Pharrell Williams, one of the album’s most prominent collaborators, revealed his reaction to hearing “Get Lucky” and “Lose Yourself to Dance,” two of the most iconic songs on “Random Access Memories.”
Pharrell began by explaining that when he was presented with the opportunity to work with Daft Punk, he initially thought he was just recording vocal demos for another singer to imitate later. At the time, he had no idea that his voice would be included in the final version of the song. The singer also shared that he doesn’t even remember writing the lyrics because they were like in a trance. “Wow,” Pharrell exclaims after listening to “Lose Yourself to Dance.” “Those are my only words.”
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