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Daft Punk: The Prime Time of Your Life (2006)

Music pioneers and multi Grammy award winning French duo, Daft Punk, collaborate with Tony Gardner to create a very unique music video for their 2005 single "The Prime Time of Your Life," off of their 3rd studio album, "Human After All".

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Credited cast:
John Arner John Arner ... Dad
Brianna Gardner ... Melody
Kyra Elise Gardner ... Young Melody
Lupe McDonald Lupe McDonald ... Mom
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Music pioneers and multi Grammy award winning French duo, Daft Punk, collaborate with Tony Gardner to create a very unique music video for their 2005 single "The Prime Time of Your Life," off of their 3rd studio album, "Human After All".

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Alterian,Daft Arts See more »
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When Melody is channel surfing on her bedroom TV, the skeletal politician speaking behind the podium that Melody stops on briefly is a direct homage to a scene in John Carpenter's "They Live." See more »

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IDOLATOR: One of Five Groundbreaking Music Videos from Daft Punk
20 October 2018 | by tonyalterianSee all my reviews

"The Prime Time of Your Life" (2006): From what is generally considered Daft Punk's most challenging album, Human After All, comes this unsettling, almost Twilight Zone-ish video. With the feel of a 1980s horror movie on glitchy VHS (a motif that would continue throughout the album's other videos, including "Robot Rock" and "Technologic") "Prime Time" soundtracks the nightmarish thoughts of a young girl seemingly alone in a world of animated skeletons. There's a twist ending that makes the whole clip even more disturbing, making it one of Daft Punk's most mesmerizing and thought-provoking videos.


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