Daft Punk’s interview with NRJ On the Web, September 1997. Posting again because thebiophone has graciously translated the whole thing! So everything beyond this point is completely not mine:
NRJ: Eternally maniacal friends of cyber, of high-tech culture, of modems, crazies over appreciating electronic collections, of the internet in general, welcome to the website for NRJ for an interactive NRJ activity. A first, an exclusivity, an interview exclusively broadcast on the web, NRJ.fr. So, obviously this event [adjective], the guests are here, listen to me, in terms of cyber, of new technologies, of techno music, we could say that we can’t do better, as I present to you Daft Punk: Thomas, Guy-Manuel, hello!
Guy-Man: Good evening.
NRJ: So, I remind you that we are live on the internet, which means that, potentially, we have millions of listeners. You could be caught in one corner of the planet or the other in this gigantic spiderweb that we call the web. So, there are people who don’t necessarily know you except by your music, which is the most important—
DP: *quiet noise of agreement*
NRJ: —So we’re in agreement. So, for you to briefly describe for the know-nothings how you met, how you began.