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Started by kalowski, November 10, 2021, 09:49:25 PM
Quote from: wrec on November 10, 2021, 11:14:12 PMI get irked when people argue that the pre-Autobahn records are superior. I think those albums are average at best, somewhat unfocused and not a patch on contemporaries in a similar ballpark like Cluster, Conrad Schnitzler or Klaus Schulze.
Quote from: sevendaughters on November 11, 2021, 07:37:31 AMTrans-Europe Express is the synthesis of everything that was great about them. A perfect album, dare I say.
Quote from: imitationleather on November 11, 2021, 04:01:25 AMWhen they did their Tate Modern gigs where they performed a different album each night I rang up over 500 times (not even joking, I checked my call log after) to get a ticket. Despite the extraordinary effort and time it'd taken to get through they still had every night on sale. With it all down to my personal choice, I went straight for my favourite album.Electric Cafe, mate.Nah, not really. I picked Computer World. (Although I do think Electric Cafe is good and probably sounds so much better than it did at the time of release, mind you. In fact, Musique Non-Stop is probably one of the Kraftwerk tunes I listen to most frequently these days. However Computer World's my absolute favourite album by them. Love them all really, though.)
Quote from: Norton Canes on November 11, 2021, 08:55:04 AMCan I just shock you? I like Tour de France Soundtracks It's got my favourite Kraftwerk track: Vitamin
Quote from: Norton Canes on November 11, 2021, 04:31:52 PMI know the whole album is obviously about cycling but Vitamin is the perfect song to have going round in your head while on a climb - the tempo, the smooth mechanical calmness, and the steadily rising melody
Quote from: kalowski on November 11, 2021, 11:14:52 AMOK. I'd have to say "The Best of Kraftwerk".
Quote from: Glebe on November 11, 2021, 05:09:11 PMThe Best of The Kraftwork.(Sorry could not resist.)
QuoteThe Mix is not a remix album in the proper sense, and the band itself never called it a remix album. They always listed it as their "Number 7" studio album since their turn to electro pop with Autobahn in 1974,Ralf Hütter stated in interviews that he regarded The Mix as a type of "live" album, as it captured the results of the band's continual digital improvisations in their Kling Klang studio. The band had made a return to the stage in 1990, after a nine-year hiatus from touring, and since then the band's live setlist has used arrangements drawn from The Mix rather than the original recordings.
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