Human After All (song)

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"Human After All"
Humanafterall single.JPEG
Single by Daft Punk
from the album Human After All
Released21 October 2005
StudioDaft House (Paris)
  • Daft Punk
  • Cédric Hervet
  • Gildas Loaëc
Daft Punk singles chronology
"Human After All"
"The Prime Time of Your Life"

"Human After All" is a song by electronic music duo Daft Punk. It is the title track from their third studio album, Human After All, and the third single from the album, released on 21 October 2005. The single release includes remixes of the song which appeared in the album Human After All: Remixes.[1] "Human After All" peaked at number 93 on the French Singles Chart.


"Human After All" is the only single from the album released without an accompanying music video. Daft Punk had originally set to make a video, but it eventually became the feature film Daft Punk's Electroma co-written and directed by the duo.[2]

Daft Punk produced the Teriyaki Boyz song "HeartBreaker", which features elements of "Human After All".[3] MTV Australia used the coda of "Human After All" in its "coming up" section of their channel format.[citation needed] A remixed version of the song made an appearance in the video game DJ Hero 2.[4]

On the album Alive 2007, "Human After All" appears with the track "Superheroes" from the album Discovery (2001) and "Rock 'N Roll" from Homework (1997). The song also appeared on the encore on the bonus disc of Alive 2007, mixed along with Together's eponymous song, a reprise of "One More Time" from Discovery and Stardust's song "Music Sounds Better with You".[5]

Track listing[edit]

12-inch vinyl[edit]

Vinyl, Side A[6]
1."Human After All"5:20
2."Human After All" (SebastiAn remix)4:45
Side B
1."Human After All" (Alter Ego remix)9:22
Vinyl "Unreleased Remixes", Side A[7]
1."Guy-Man After All" (Justice mix)3:58
2."Human After All" (Emperor Machine version)6:04
Side B
1."Technologic" (Digitalism rmx)5:58


CD maxi single[8]
1."Human After All"5:20
2."Human After All" (Justice remix)3:58
3."Human After All" (Emperor Machine version)6:04
4."Human After All" (Alter Ego remix)9:22
5."Human After All" (SebastiAn remix)4:45
6."Human After All" (The Juan MacLean version)6:43

The CD copies featured a misprinted track list on the rear of the disc case. It listed the SebastiAn remix as the second track, the Justice remix as the third track, and the Emperor Machine version as the fifth track.[8] A promo 12-inch single was also released with the proper track list, with side A containing the first three tracks and side B containing the remaining three.[9]


Chart (2010) Peak
France (SNEP)[10] 93

Release history[edit]

Region Date Label Format Catalogue no.
Europe 21 October 2005 Virgin 12-inch (promo) 094634170918[9]
28 October 2005 CD 0946 3 44745 2 8 / 3 44745 2[8]
2005 12-inch 0946 3 44738 1 1[6]
France 6 January 2006 094635031218[7]


  1. ^ Keeble, Ed. "Daft Punk' Human After All remix album gets vinyl reissue - but only in Japan". Gigwise. Retrieved 4 March 2016.
  2. ^ Interview with Electroma actor Peter Hurteau Archived 2008-02-04 at the Wayback Machine. Retrieved on January 14, 2008.
  3. ^ "Teriyaki Boyz – Beef Or Chicken (CD, Album)". Discogs. Retrieved 3 March 2016.
  4. ^ Rogulewski, Charley (20 September 2010). "'DJ Hero 2' Full Mix List Unveiled–Exclusive". The Boombox. Retrieved 3 March 2016.
  5. ^ "Daft Punk – Alive 2007 (CD, Album)". Discogs. Retrieved 3 March 2016.
  6. ^ a b "Daft Punk – Human After All (Vinyl)". Discogs. Retrieved 3 March 2016.
  7. ^ a b "Daft Punk – Human After All (Unreleased Remixes) (Vinyl)". Discogs. Retrieved 3 March 2016.
  8. ^ a b c "Daft Punk – Human After All (CD)". Discogs. Retrieved 3 March 2016.
  9. ^ a b "Daft Punk – Human After All (Vinyl)". Discogs. Retrieved 3 March 2016.
  10. ^ " – Daft Punk – Human After All" (in French). Les classement single. Retrieved May 22, 2012.