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Techno Pop - Kraftwerk - Electric Cafe (Cassette, Album)

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of Electric Cafe on Discogs. Label: Tact - • Format: Cassette Album, Unofficial Release • Country: Poland • Genre: Electronic • Style: Electro, Synth-pop Kraftwerk: Techno Pop ‎ (LP, Album, RE, RM, ) Kling Klang, Parlophone: 6 1 0: Europe:5/5(2).
  2. The last track from the Kraftwerk album “Electric Café”. It talks about the evolution of art. The verses are sung in French and Spanish, the hook is sung in English.
  3. Jul 27,  · Their last original album – the lacklustre Electric Café – was released in , when early jack, house and techno was leaving Kraftwerk behind. A remix album, The Mix, also received.
  4. May 25,  · This album was remastered in and retitled as "Techno Pop" which was one of the original working titles, the other being "Technicolor." Another change compared to the release is that the track "The Telephone Call" was replaced by a shortened version of its 12" remix, and the b-side "House Phone" (likely a dub version of "The Telephone Call") was included in this remastered version/5(K).
  5. May 29,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Kraftwerk - Electric Café [Deutsch] - Boing Boom Tschak + Techno Pop HD YouTube Kraftwerk - Electric Café [Deutsch] - Musique Non Stop HD - .
  6. Electric Cafe (originally, and later titled Techno Pop) is a studio album by Kraftwerk, originally released in The album is somewhat infamous for taking the band almost half a decade to produce. Work is said to have begun as early as (with the working titles of Technicolor and then Techno Pop), but the project was delayed due to band member Ralf Hütter suffering a cycling accident.
  7. Jul 22,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Kraftwerk - Electric Café / Techno Pop (Album Review) YouTube Kraftwerk - The Mix & Minimum Maximum (Comp/Live Album Reviews) - Duration: The Wonky Angle 1, views.
  8. The earlier creative crisis of making "Techno Pop", somehow still continues to overshadow Kraftwerk's efforts in making this "final" version to sound more convincing. Remasters always push for a certain change - and in case of "Electric Cafe"-come-"Techno Pop, .
  9. The "new" album was then called Electric Cafe and Tour The France was replaced with a new composition, Electric Cafe. When remastering the album for The Catalogue, the name was changed to Techno Pop and The Telephone Call was replaced with the radio edit from the single and a B side from that same single, namely House Phone.

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