Dig this: Funny or Die's Daft Punk parody

00:00 Nov/30/1999

The latest instalment of Daft Punk's The Collaborators is here. “Every now and then some people come along and make an album that will change the world forever, change the universe for eternity,” a voiceover begins, as 'Get Lucky' starts playing in the background. “And someone needs to serve those people some pizza, because they get hungry.”

Most recently, Chilly Gonzales shared his thoughts on Daft Punk. Chilly is joining the line-up of high caliber collaborators who've already gotten to talk about their experiences: Giorgio Moroder, Pharell Williams, Panda Bear, Todd Edwards and Nile Rodgers. While most of the talks have been insightful and magical as they were intended, some parts have been ridiculed before. It might've been Pharrell's description that got Andrew the Piazza Guy so worked up. The r'n'b artist, at one point with full serious game face:“Somewhere outside of the ether that we exist in is a multitude of realms of possibility, and alternate directions…”

“You look around and pizza these days has no soul. But here comes this pair, and they order something from a whole other era,” one of Andrew the Pizza Guy’s insights begins. “It’s like they captured everything that was great about pizza in the 70s, and made it their own. But at the same time, this thing is a modern masterpiece. There were toppings on this thing I didn’t even know we had.” Check out the parody below, and spot the HARD Events figurehead Gary Richards aka Destructo making a cameo at the end!

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