Dance music's death may have been greatly exaggerated but it doesn't help matters than most of the leading lights have been silent for two or three years. French duo Daft Punk last released an album in 2001 - and that was the disappointing, soft-rock tinged Discovery.
A largely refreshing collection of remixes, Daft Club suggests that Discovery contained a great album that somehow never got out. That's certainly true of the Neptunes' dizzying, tourist-in-Paris mix of Harder Better Faster Stronger, and Cosmo Vitelli's version of Face to Face, which puts a spectral sheen on the track's blue-eyed soul. Three takes on the so-so Aerodynamic, however, is two too many. There's also a new track, Phoenix, which blends the duo's trademark harsh disco sound with Indian sub-continental influences and suggests that, as they prepare a proper comeback, Daft Punk's own superclub is not ready to close down.