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Kraftwerk - Computer World [Aka: Computerwelt] CD (album) cover




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3.84 | 245 ratings

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5 stars This album was a true breakthrough for Kraftwerk as they become extremely popular in the early 1980's after this release. The compositions are tight and fun to listen to. They peaked on this album as evidenced by the fact they play these tracks 40 years later, and they still sound fresh and innovative. This album should be regarded in the time it was made, as it was well ahead of it's time in electronic realization. The band was hitting it out of the park and they made music "non stop". Unbelievable synthesis and control, what more could you want from the next generation of Milton Babbitt and Karl Hienz Stockhausen, who invented the genre.
MaxnEmmy | 5/5 |


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