Daft Punk is offering a ‘drumless’ version of final album ‘Random Access Memories’

Hear the first drumless track, 'Within,' now
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Amid the robotic duo's 10 year anniversary celebrations surrounding their final studio album, 2013's Random Access Memories, Daft Punk will be offering fans a low-fi version of the record, featuring all of the bells and whistles you love, but removing all of the dancy drum beats.

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For those not quite into the danceability of Europe's best-known electronic production duo, arriving on November 17 is Daft Punk's stripped-down version of their 2014 Album Of The Year, Random Access Memories, set to answer the question of what their signature sound would be like if there was no official cue to boogie.

For a taste, listen to the pared-down album track "Within" below.

Pre-orders for the upcoming "drumless" edition are available now, amid the extended celebrations of the album’s 10-year anniversary -- Including the re-release of Random Access Memories with nine extra tracks featuring unreleased demos and studio outtakes. The CD set also includes a 20-page digital booklet, while the vinyl set boasts a special "Lose Yourself to Dance" poster and a 16-page booklet.

Back in May, a series of bonus tracks, including the song “The Writing of Fragments of Time,” were released as well as the documentary series Memory Tapes.

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