Kraftwerk Remasters (video)

by Eleanore Catolico

13 October 2009

 

Last week Kraftwerk released a remastered discography of some of their most inspired albums: Autobahn, Radio-Activity, Trans Europe Express, The Man Machine, Computer World, Techno Pop, The Mix, and Tour de France. Beginning in the early ‘70s, Kraftwerk engineered addictive melodies and industrial beats that helped shape the sound of many relevant electronic acts today, including New Order and Hot Chip. Watch a live performance of “Computer Love” from 1981, a song that captures the melancholy of their aural tectonics.

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