Daft Punk are the best thing to come out of France since the guilotine.
Early Years: Rise of the Machines
Before Christo and Bangalter became Daft Punks, they were the guitarist and bassist (respectively) of an indie-rock trio called Darlin'. Bangalter described the music as "pretty average," but this is to be expected when you've named yourself after an obscure Beach Boys song. When a critic negatively described their music as "a bunch of daft punk," Christo and Bangalter were amused and would later use the phrase when Darlin' broke up.
It should be noted that Bangalter and Christo were not yet robots as of this point. Otherwise, their reactions would've been to hunt down and terminate the dissenting critic. This may be the reason why people don't talk shit about Daft Punk.
Bangalter, shown responding to a negative review of Daft Club.
Over the years, Bangalter and Christo (who will henceforth be reffered to as B&C) have been ranked among Neil Young, Bob Dylan, and Fred Durst as two of the greatest lyricists of all time. 
"Around The World"
"Around the world, around the world/Around the world, around the world/Around the world, around the world/Around the world, around the world" - "Around the World"
In Daft Punk's breakthrough hit, B&C tackled not just issues regarding the world, but the world itself. By subtlety repeating the words "around the world" one hundred and fourty-four times, B&C emphasizes not only the size of the world, but the sheer vastness of humanity.
The mummies symbolize the past, the skeletons represent greed, and the babyheads are just weird.
"Television Rules The Nation"
"Television rules the nation/Television rules the nation/Television rules the nation/Television rules the nation." -Television Rules the Nation.
A song clearly about the genocide in Darfur.
Interstella is an animated musical film about a band of blue aliens that get kidnapped and brainwashed by an evil record producer. That's not important. Here's what's important.: