Daft Punk’s New Album Is 74 Minutes Long With 13 Tracks, Based On Sony’s Rights Registration

Carl Williott | March 20, 2013 1:24 pm

We knew the details surrounding Daft Punk‘s upcoming fourth album would be hard to come by — after all, the guys are usually only seen in public wearing robot helmets — but today we got a nice little nibble of cheese leading us to the maze’s end: It looks like the album’s track breakdown has made its way online. Metro UK reports that someone took a screencap of a chart showing track information for the album, which was registered by Sony via PPL. Though no song titles are listed, there are 13 tracks that clock in at a 20/20 Experience-eclipsing total of 74:40. Head below to see the screengrab.

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Prior to this, all we knew about the album was that Chic‘s Nile Rodgers has been working with the French duo, and that the 15-second teaser we got sounded very Chic-like, indeed.

Daft Punk most recently released the soundtrack to 2010’s Tron: Legacy, but this is their first proper studio album since 2005’s Human After All.