If you really like Daft Punk and have a couple hundred dollars to spare, the robot rockers have a deal for you.
The French electronic duo is releasing a deluxe box set of the group's most recent album, May's "Random Access Memories." The box set, which ships in December and is available for pre-order now, costs a grand total of $275.
The "Random Access Memories" deluxe set has a number of amenities, including a 180-gram double vinyl of the album with gold and silver foil labels, a 56-page book featuring pictures of the recording of the album and its film shoots, and a 10-inch record featuring an extended interview with Giorgio Moroder (part of which can be heard on the "Random Access Memories" track "Giorgio by Moroder") -- plus Daft Punk helmet design schematics and two full body posters.
In terms of digital goodies, the box set features gold and silver USB drives, on which are the entire album plus bonus track "Horizon," a self-remix of "Get Lucky," the album's television ads and more.
All of this is wrapped in a "cloth-bound box... stamped with the 'Random Access Memories' logo in gold foil on the cover."
A full rundown of perks is available on the band's website.
The hubbub is for Daft Punk's No. 1-charting album on the Billboard 200, selling 339,000 copies in its first week and 93,000 its second week out to retain the top spot.