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THE MAN-MACHINE (DIE MENSCH-MASCHINE)

Kraftwerk

 

Progressive Electronic

3.92 | 258 ratings

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Zargus
5 stars Now this is a real cult classic of an album, and its great I whuldent say its beter then the one befor Trans Europe Express but its absolutly on the same level and depending on your taste you may like this more or a litle less then T.E.E. well i have to say i like Trans Europe a litle more then this but still this is a real masterpiece dont belive anything else and its a continuing on the musical revolution started with "Autobahn" the first track on the album The Robots is a classic synth pop song, and its fantastic love the robot vocals very futuristic, Spacelab next a great instrumental and its yust as the title say it makes you feel like your in a spacelab, realy cool. Metropolis is next and its a sad and depresiv sounding song, but its very good and the comes one of the best songs on the album and on that shuld have been a single i dont know if it ever was but it shuld have been, its one of the best synth pop songs ever done and a perfect pop tune the synth beat is very catchy, neon light comes afther that and its a long good pice with good melody, The title track is the last on the album and its my least favorite on the album still its preety good yust dont very memorable or yust dont as memorable as the rest, atleast i dont think so. alla in all this is a very good record and one of Kraftwerks best.
Zargus | 5/5 |

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