LOS ANGELES (AP) - The mass wedding at the Staples Center may have been the social moment of this year's Grammys. But the real musical moments were produced by Daft Punk. Without uttering a word, they spoke the loudest, winning in every category they were nominated for last night. Among their trophies: album of the year and record of the year for "Get Lucky." The French duo - famed for their ever-present space-age helmets - picked up a total of four awards. And the group rewrote the books in that they did something that the Grammy producers try to do with their on-stage mashups - bring together people of different genres to create memories. In this case, Daft Punk teamed up with Pharrell Williams on the album "Random Access Memories." The collaboration also included music veterans Niles Rodgers, Giorgio Moroder and Paul Williams.