"Daftendirekt" is the first track by Daft Punk from their debut album Homework. The total length of the song is 2:45.

The song gave the name to the promotional tour for Homework, Daftendirektour, in which mostly all the songs from the album were mixed together. An album was featuring a small snippet of a live recording later released as Alive 1997.

The song was later used in the Alive 2006/2007 tour, in where it was mixed with "Da Funk".


It contains the lyrics "Da Funk Back to the Punk C'mon" and is repeated throughout the whole song. It also features some little elements from "Da Funk".

In an interview with DMA Magazine, Thomas Bangalter revealed that “Daftendirekt" was ‘a live track’.[1] It's an excerpt of a live performance recorded in Ghent, Belgium, at the first I Love Techno in 1995.[2]



  1. Interview with Daft Punk Originally by DMA Magazine. Reprinted with permission by (Retrieved June 27th, 2013)
  2. Homework (liner notes). Daft Punk. Virgin Records, a division of EMI Group. 42609. 1997.
  3. Who Sampled "Daftendirekt" by Daft Punk (Retrieved June 27th, 2013)
  4. Who Sampled "Daftendirekt" by Daft Punk (Retrieved June 27th, 2013)

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