In the early 90's, Thomas Bangalter and Guy Manuel de Homem-Christo said, "Fuck terrible music!" and created Daft Punk, the French-born Androids created by the will of the universe to change music forever. To distinguish themselves from other musicians of lesser importance, they clad themselves in metal and leather, and kickass helmets to boot. They created albums like Human After All, Alive, Discovery, and Homework. Then, in the summer of 2011, the infamous musical scourge DUBSTEP was created. Accompanied by the witch-harpie-dyke Skrillex, they plunged the world of music into a bass-heavy Hell, filled with a whole generation of club-goers that awkwardly nod their heads to the WUBWUBWUBWUBWUB and wonder how the hell they're supposed to dance to this shit. With Daft Punk seemingly gone from the Earth, it seemed that the future of music was doomed.

But hope came in the form of an unexpected ad during a 2013 SNL episode, when a 16-second blip of rhythm and funk was immortalized in the remixes on YouTube. Daft Punk had returned, with a new album called RAM and single set for April 19- "Get Lucky." As soon as the single released, there were multiple accounts of cranial implosion, comatose states of euphoria, and eargasms. It seemed that Daft Punk had taken the first shot in the war against Dubstep. The worlds of both old-school and new age wait with bated breath, hoping against hope that Daft Punk can prevail against Dubstep, and usher the world into a new musical era of funk.
Dude 1- "Man, I hate all these Daft Punk puns, they just get annoying."
Dude 2- "What are you talking about? Their new single was released on your birthday! It's like they created a song just for you!"
Dude 1- "Yeah, I guess they are Human After All."

Old Guy- "Back in my day, these Daft Punk guys were awesome! I saved a vinyl for my future grandkids, so they could know real music."
His 13-year-old bitch of a granddaughter- "Ew, grandpa, no one uses vinyls anymore. And I'VE never heard of these guys. But I guess if Skrillex can fuck a floppy disk and call it music, what have I got to lose?"
by alongwindedstoryteller April 22, 2013
Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem Christo are the robo-gods of French house. They are:

1. Awesome

2. Robots, hot robots.

Despite becoming rather popular, they haven't let their fame rob them of talent. Made the famous songs Da Funk, Around the World, and Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger. Only a fool wouldn't like them.
Person (fool): "Who cares about Daft Punk? They sux."

Person2: "Have you even heard their music?"

Person: "uuuuhhh.... no."

(Starts playing Alive 2007 album)
Person: "Holy Shit!! They are gods!!"
by M.O.T. April 20, 2010
The only reason the world does not sack france. Thomas Bangalter, one half of the duo, has had success with "Music Sounds Better With You" in 1998, under the moniker of Stardust, which he co-qrote with Alan Braxe, and as 'Together' with DJ Falcon making the hit "Call On Me", which was an even bigger hit when Eric Prydz remixed it, took all the honour for it, and made a silly video with hot women.
Check out Daft Punk - Discovery for pop orgasm.
by Emilio December 1, 2004
Daft Punk is an amazing music duo from france. they wrote the original version of Kanye's stronger entitled harder, better, faster, stronger. and personally its much better if not just as good as Kanye's
Me- Kanye, you really should give more credit to Daft Punk for your song "Stronger"...

Kanye- why should i do that? i'm the best thing ever, i probably wrote that song subconsiously way before they did... if i had been alive the same time as jesus he would've put me in the bible... Kanye West ain't nothing to fuck with... yea i thought of that way before Wu Tang Clan too....
by Anne123455 September 19, 2007
The best thing to come out of France since the guillotine.
There's a reason why Kanye West's "Stronger" was so popular. The answer? Daft Punk.
by shrinkydinks September 14, 2009