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After asserting their cut up, demand for Daft Punk objects soared 500%

Of course, 28 years of musical career are not easy to forget.

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February
26, 2021

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After nearly three decades of making music, the French duo Daft Punk announced their breakup through a video on their YouTube channel. Of course, 28 years of music career are not easy to forget and now the time has come for nostalgia marketing.

As reported by the eBay shopping portal, purchases of band-related items that have now been disbanded grew 500% from the week prior to the announcement.

Similarly, related searches such as signed articles, records, helmets, vinyls, t-shirts, posters, and even flyers increased by 600%.

As is usually the case at the end of an "era", the original products and articles become iconic and will generate great interest and price significantly in the years that follow.

The platform reports that a replica of Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo's helmet sold for more than $ 4,500 in 2019, a poster signed by the band at the 2017 Grammys for $ 2,000, and the latest a box set . Luxury vinyl from the album & # 39; Random Access Memories & # 39; for a thousand dollars.

How much will these products be worth in a few years?

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