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Kraftwerk (180g) Vinyl LP

Endless HappinessSKU lp-15006

adventurous 1970 debut recorded w/ Conny Plank; krautrock classic
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Way back before they were pioneering electro and techno, the guys from Kraftwerk made some seriously experimental stuff. Their first two LPs (both self-titled, this is the first one) combine krautrock sounds with ambient noise and experimental electronics. Some of the tracks, like "Ruckzuck," feature relatively straightforward rock techniques, but others like "Megaherz," with its cocaphonous intro that leads to a somber keyboard and flute section, are much closer to ambient experimentation. Definitely an awesome look into the legendary group's early musical inclinations. Produced by Conny Plank and released in 1970.

  • 180g black vinyl pressing
  • gatefold sleeve
  • original release year: 1970
  • music label: Endless Happiness 2024
UPC: 5060672889223


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