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Television Rules The Nation / Crescendolls by Daft Punk

Where (Song): Television Rules the Nation / Crescendolls is fun to hear, but like all Daft Punk songs, it is so much better to see performed. This combination has made Daft Punk one of the few bands that has had the joy of having their music played in clubs, radio, and a huge draw for raves and their concerts. Where is the best place to play Television Rules the Nation / Crescendolls? It is a song that can be played everywhere!


How (Song): As you will be able to see below, Television Rules the Nation / Crescendolls is one of the songs that shows the impressive presentation of Daft Punk. It is also one that stands out with the variety of tempos and interludes that give it almost a feel that can fit into a number of genres. In turn, it is a song that can actually be played in Izbia, clubs in Germany, Orlando, or even in some of the more up tempo electronic genres not directly related to EDM.


Draven Taylor's Note: Many people drink, party, watch tv, or go out to have stress release. My vice is that I love music and hunting for music I have never heard is therapy for me. With some of the research work that I do I get to have my own form of therapy in the music that I am able to find. To find bands like Daft Punk are a blast for me, but this was one band that I didn't discover...someone close to me introduced me to them. In this morbid sense, they have been my therapist with showing me a  band like this that has been around for quite a while now. They have at least 10 releases and have been around for over a decade. That is impressive. What is even more impressive is the light show they tie into their concerts. Even if you are not into dance music, the creative composition and creativity of Daft Punk's music is inspiring. Television Rules the Nation / Crescendolls is just one of the best ones that I have found, but I am far from finished from learning their music.


Cocktail (Sounds Like): 1 Kilo of Danny Elfman composition creativity + 1 part Cosmicity + 1 part Junkie XL + 1/2 part Covenant musical structure


Put it all together, give it a killer light show and enjoy!




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