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Friday Night Tune: Kraftwerk - Trans Europe Express

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I’m sitting here this morning trying to take in the results of the EU referendum and finding myself almost unable to do so. More than that, though, I find myself unwilling to think about it, about all the vast implications for the future, for right now. 420 more words

Friday Night Tune

This Friday We Are Listening To: Kraftwerk, Yes, Garnidelia

I have noticed lately that I don’t have the strength or passion to do reviews anymore, much is because I have had it really rough for a long time now, but also because I have started to listen to a lot different music that I never thought I would ever enjoy. 390 more words

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Trans-Europe Express - Kraftwerk

Okay, I’ve never really been into Electronic music and certainly not Kraftwerk so now we are now moving into unfamiliar territory.
I had a great friend who knew that I loved another German band called Popol Vuh, and he so suggested me many times that I had to try out Kraftwerks second album entitled “Kraftwerk 2”. 1,279 more words

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Europe. Endless.

Next year is the fortieth anniversary of Kraftwerk’s seminal album Trans-Europe Express. After years of experimentation, Trans-Europe Express emits a confidence within the group, that the Dusseldorf band have not only gotten comfortable with a sound inspired from motors, machines and transportation but also possess an ethos that wishes to explore this tremendous break from the past. 2,037 more words

Kraftwerk, Live at the Keller Auditorium

On Saturday night, legendary electronic act Kraftwerk put on a show that can be truly described as “unique”.  It is difficult to even call what we saw a “concert”, since it is unclear how much of what we heard was performed live.   458 more words

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