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MINIMUM MAXIMUM

Kraftwerk

 

Progressive Electronic

3.27 | 38 ratings

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Shakespeare
1 stars I really appreciate electronic music: I love technical experimenting. But this style of electronic music is simply the type of music that gets on my nerves. Redundant, bouncy dance music, with absolutely no exploratory aspects, and very, very little spacey, psychedelic or ambient-like approaches. All the simple dance beats are complemented by irritating keyboard voices, playing...nothing much, really. Sometimes a vocal loop (with the deep accents) will make a song a bit spacier, but that it's very rare, and not at all creative at this point. For the most part, this is repetitive, unessential, mechanical, synthetic and unsophisticated droning. This will only appeal to Kraftwerk die-hard fans, and big fans of electronic, synthetic dance music. Everyone else should stay away, and buy some Klaus Schulze instead.
Shakespeare | 1/5 |

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