Around the World (Daft Punk song)  

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"Around the World" is a song by the electronic music duo Daft Punk. It appeared on the duo's debut album, Homework (1997) and was released as a single the same year. It subsequently became a major club hit throughout the world and arrived at #1 in dance charts. The song is particularly known for the repeated phrasing of its title. It is also known for its music video, which was directed by Michel Gondry.



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