Daft Punk fans will soon be able to lose themselves in a new deluxe edition of the electro-dance duo's latest album, Random Access Memories.
The box set is scheduled to start shipping in early December, and will cost $275. But fans should get plenty of bang for their buck. The collection includes Random Access Memories on two 180-gram vinyl LPs with gold and silver-foil labels, a ten-inch vinyl record featuring an interview with legendary producer Giorgio Moroder, and a pair of gold and silver-plated USB drives loaded with high-res audio files of the new songs, bonus tracks, and music videos.
And keeping with the group's robot theme, they've also included a series of schematics detailing their iconic helmets.
Fans can see everything inside the Deluxe Box Set Edition and pre-order the collection now at RandomAccessMemories.com.