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D.A.F.T.: A Story About Dogs, Androids, Firemen and Tomatoes is a video collection by French electronic music duo Daft Punk that was released on November 15, 1999, which features music videos of six tracks from their album Homework (1997). Though its title derives from the appearance of dogs ("Da Funk" and "Fresh"), androids ("Around the World"), firemen ("Burnin'"), and tomatoes ("Revolution 909") in the videos, there is no cohesive plot connecting any of the episodes.

Featuring five singles and an album track from their critically acclaimed debut album, Homework, each of the music video features a "making of" documentary except for the album track "Rollin' & Scratchin'" since its music video is merely a live performance in Los Angeles, California.

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Audio commentary with Spike Jonze
The Making of "Da Funk" (Featuring Armand Van Helden Remix)
The Making of the Dog's Head (Featuring "On Da Rocks" by Thomas Bangalter)
Audio commentary with Michel Gondry
In the classroom with Michel Gondry
The Making of "Around the World" (Featuring Masters At Work Remix)
Audio commentary with Seb Janiak
The Making of "Burnin'" (Featuring Ian Pooley "Cut Up" Mix)
Audio commentary with Roman Coppola
The Making of "Revolution 909" (Featuring Roger Sanchez Remix)
The Rehearsal of The "Fresh" Shot With Daft Punk
The Making of "Fresh"
  • "Rollin' & Scratchin'" (Live in L.A.)

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