we welcome the digital revolution and embraced digital music files like everyone who has run out of decent storage place for physical CDs (no, attics and basements are not decent places), but there are times where some music deserves a whole lot more than just bits and bytes, such as the French duo Daft Punk‘s latest offering, Random Access Memories, which will soon be available in a deluxe edition, aptly dubbed the Random Access Memories Deluxe Box Set Edition.

with this special edition, you will be getting a whole lot more than just binary filled files (still no Compact Disc, though), it includes a 180-gram double vinyl copy of the album spruced up with gold and silver foil labels, accompanied by a 8-page saddle stitched booklet packed with album artwork, credits and lyric sheets, a special 10″ vinyl with an extended interview with Giorgio Moroder, a 70mm film strip featuring 5 sequential frames from “Lose Yourself to Dance” original production, a 56-page cloth-bound hardcover picture book from RAM recording sessions and film shoots, the iconic Daft Punk helmet and robot schematic posters, and last but not the least, a pair gold and silver plated, metal encased USB drives containing all the music in high resolution audio, bonus tracks, plus a handful of videos presented in Full HD resolution.

all of the aforementioned goodies comes packed in a special cloth-bound box with Random Access Memories logo in gold foil on the cover, complete with vellum dividers to keep the individual items separated while in the box. the Random Access Memories Deluxe Box Set Edition is available for pre-order now for $275 per set.

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RAM via Gear Hungry

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