Daft Punk Details 'Random Access Memories' Box Set

Daft Punk Details 'Random Access Memories' Box Set
Confirming rumours that they'd be releasing an expanded box set edition of their 2013 LP Random Access Memories, Daft Punk have shared all the details for the release.

The box, which is said to be shipping in early December, is covered in cloth and stamped with gold foil. It includes the original double LP, with gold and silver foil labels, plus a bonus 10-inch with an extended cut of Giorgio Moroder's audio interview.

There are two USB drives, one gold and one silver, which include digital copies of the album as well as bonus track "Horizon," the full "Lose Yourself to Dance" video and other promo videos from their album campaign. Speaking of the "Lose Yourself to Dance" video, the box also includes a film strip from that clip.

With the two LPs, there's an eight-page book of lyrics and art. There's also another 56-page hardcover book that includes photos from the album's recording and from some video shoots, plus a foreward from Paul Williams. There are also schematics detailing the design of the robots's heads and bodies.

The Random Access Memories box set will run you $275, and can be pre-ordered here.