It was packed with singles that have since become iconic; 'Losing My Edge', 'Tribulations', 'Daft Punk Is Playing At My House' and 'Yeah' among them.
Their brand of electronic music was more mature than that of many of their peers. Leader James Murphy was already in his 30s when he started the group and had many years of experience in the New York scene as a DJ and musician to take inspiration from.
He knew what the masses wanted, but he knew what the chin-stroking record nerds wanted too. It was a powerful combination of skills to have.
The group broke up in 2011 after three albums and stacks of floor filling singles, but now they're back for reunion shows at Coachella and other festivals around the globe.