Does Daft Punk's 'Touch' Sync to This Cult Classic Film?
    • TUESDAY, JULY 02, 2013

    • Posted by: Matt Howard

    Conspiracy theorists gather 'round, for we have a musical doozy for you to chow on today. If you weren't aware of it, Daft Punk are pretty huge fans of composer/singer-songwriter/actor Paul Williams. One of the many collaborators on Random Access Memories, Williams' work has greatly impacted the French duo. The most apparent influence comes from his 1974 cult classic film Phantom Of The Paradise, which inspired DP to wear their iconic alien helmets. In the flick, Williams stars as a satanic record executive.

    Recently, a kind Vimeo user acted on speculation that the Daft Punk-Paul Williams collaborated tune "Touch" actually connected to the wacky film. He found the song to closely sync to the ending of the movie.



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