Kraftwerk: Man, Machine and Music

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SAF Publishing Ltd, 2004 - Biography & Autobiography - 222 pages
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Now into its fourth edition, this perennial bestseller has been updated and revised to coincide with the band’s 2004 World Tour. Kraftwerk’s influence and place in the annals of music history is ever growing. This is the first, and still the best, biography.

Appearing in B-format for the first time, Bussy has included information about Kraftwerk’s first new album in 16 years.

 

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A German band invented the sound of humans and machines making love. Formed by Ralf H tter and Florian Schneider in 1970, D sseldorf's Kraftwerk ("power plant") pioneered electronic dance music before ... Read full review

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Contents

dream sequence
10
germany and the avantgarde
11
sound and industry
26
ralf und florian
42
automobiles and motorways
52
transistors and uranium
71
trains and europe
83
man and machine
98
rhythms and cycles
139
boings and booms
149
past and future
163
expos and zeros
188
kling and klang
202
dream sequence
205
sources and quotes
207
discography
211

calculators and discos
112

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