"Teachers" is the ninth track by Daft Punk from their debut album, Homework. It lasts 2:53.

The song features lyrics song by Thomas Bangalter (recognized by the high-pitch voice).[1] The lyrics are morphed in two, a high-pitch and a low-pitch voice.

The song itself is an tribute to all the influences of Daft Punk (there is where the term Teachers came from).[Citation needed]

Structure Edit

Artists mentioned in the song include: DJ Funk, DJ Sneak, Louie Vega, Dr. Dre, Romanthony, (Armand) Van Helden, Todd Edwards, and others.[2] Daft Punk later worked with some artists, such as DJ Sneak, who made the lyrics for Digital Love and also worked with him in the group "Da Mongoloids"; Romanthony, who sang in One More Time and Too Long; Todd Edwards who later collaborated on "Face to Face" and "Fragments of Time", and Armand Van Helden (who currently works with A-Trak in Duck Sauce), who was also in "Da Mongoloids".[3][4]

Soulwax made a cover named the same as the original.[5]

An extended version of the song was featured on the Around the World single version.[6]

References Edit

  1. Daft Punk - Teachers (Slow Edition) at YouTube. Retrieved 16 August 2014
  2. "Teachers" lyrics at AzLyrics
  3. Da Mongoloids Official Site
  4. Liner Notes of Discovery
  5. Teachers at WhoSampled
  6. "Around the World" at Discogs

Samples Used Edit

The sample in this song was also used in the song Fresh.

"If You Leave Me Now" by Viola Willis (uncredited)

External linksEdit

  • YT Media related to Teachers at YouTube.
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