Kraftwerk ‎– Musique Non Stop

Kling Klang ‎– 1C K 060 20 1523 6, EMI ‎– 1C K 060 20 1523 6, Kling Klang ‎– 060 20 1523 6
Vinyl, 12", Maxi-Single, 45 RPM


A Musique Non Stop 6:15
B Musique Non Stop (Radio Edit) 4:08

Companies, etc.



[also available]
Musique Non Stop 1C 006 20 1508 7
℗ 1986 Kling Klang Produkt
KlingKlang Produkt 1986

Kling Klang Music
EMI [logo]
Made in EEC

Track B is listed on back sleeve as 7"Version.
1st/2nd cat# appears on labels and back sleeve.
3rd cat# appears on spine only.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 099920 152369
  • Rights Society: GEMA/STEMRA
  • Label Code: LC 4513
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A [stamped, "2̶0̶1̶5̶0̶8̶6̶-̶A̶1̶ " scratched out with letter X]): 2̶0̶1̶5̶0̶8̶6̶-̶A̶1̶ 2015236-A1
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B [stamped]): 2015236-B1
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A & B etched): 1
  • Other (Embossed logo on back cover): EMI

Other Versions (5 of 46) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
12EMI 5588 Kraftwerk Musique Non Stop(12") EMI 12EMI 5588 UK 1986 Sell This Version
052 20 1523 6, 052-2015236 Kraftwerk Musique Non Stop(12", Maxi) EMI, EMI 052 20 1523 6, 052-2015236 Spain 1986 Sell This Version
12EMI 5588 Kraftwerk Musique Non Stop(12", Promo) EMI 12EMI 5588 UK 1986 Sell This Version
2015087 Kraftwerk Musique Non Stop(7", TP) EMI 2015087 Germany 1986 Sell This Version
12EMIL (C) 2015446 Kraftwerk Musique Non Stop(12", Maxi) EMI 12EMIL (C) 2015446 South Africa 1986 Sell This Version



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December 29, 2012
edited over 4 years ago

Re-edit of one of Kraftwerk's best and "danciest" tracks ever - funky, futuristic, "technoid" electro with deep bouncing beats, completely fresh on the floor and not aged a day. The original version appears on the album "Electric Café" (1986) which stylistically continues where their influential opus magnum "Computerwelt" has left five years ago. Not as innovative as their early masterpiece from 1981, but still extraordinary.

This 12" re-edit combines elements of the track "Boing Bum Tschak" (the intro of the album) and "Musique Non Stop"; it is a condensed version of the album A side, leaving out the (rather weak) track "Techno Pop" in the middle. Which might be great, if just the sound quality of this pressing was better - which it isn't, especially not if compared to the (surprisingly) superior quality of the LP album pressing. Although the 12" is mastered louder and clearer, it also sounds thin and sharp; the bass is underrepresented and the mids lack volume. The album version is simply more enjoyable for the ears, more consistent, warmer, deeper, fuller and with more "push". DJ's still might prefer the 12" version for its better and more "usable" intro.