Kraftwerk - Autobahn CD (album) cover




Progressive Electronic

3.50 | 221 ratings

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2 stars I am sure this is a quite severe vote, and perhaps not correct, because you have to evaluate artists in the hystorical moment they produced their music (shynts & electronics experimentation, and so on). But, I think that Germany in those years had very much better interpreters of space & electronic music: Tangerine & c. are very far away from this work. Moreover, in some cases, they are still actual & hearable today. Another reason for the vote, is that listening to this album, I'd like to prove a feeling of a plenum start somewhere, somehow, but with little results... By my point of view, the more fascinating result achieved by Ralf & Florian was the kk- garage (I really would have liked to see it...!), but unfortunately not its output. In any case, I think a good experience should be a live show, which is forecasted in a few days around here, so I'll give them a new chance.
NIC* | 2/5 |


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