Kraftwerk ‎– Machine

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Intro 0:44
Nummern 2:50
Computerwelt 3:36
Metropolis 5:35
The Model 3:31
Computerliebe 5:39
Pocket Calculator 5:32
Kometenmelodie 1 3:45
Kometenmelodie 2 7:15
Tongebirge 4:57
Tanzmusik 5:38

Versions (8)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
none Kraftwerk Machine(LP, Unofficial) Not On Label (Kraftwerk) none UK Unknown Sell This Version
KW 1970 Kraftwerk Somewhere In Europe(LP, Unofficial) Not On Label (Kraftwerk) KW 1970 2001 Sell This Version
KW 1970 Kraftwerk Somewhere In Europe(LP, Unofficial, Comp, Whi) Not On Label (Kraftwerk) KW 1970 Germany 2001 Sell This Version
KW 1970 Kraftwerk Somewhere In Europe(LP, Unofficial, Min) Not On Label (Kraftwerk) KW 1970 2001 Sell This Version
KW 1970 Kraftwerk Somewhere In Europe(LP, Whi) Not On Label (Kraftwerk) KW 1970 2001 Sell This Version
B168 Kraftwerk Live In Paris / Live In Utrecht (LP, Ltd, Unofficial, Gre) B 13 B168 Russia 2012 Sell This Version
KW 1970 Kraftwerk Somewhere In Europe(LP, Cle) Not On Label (Kraftwerk) KW 1970 Unknown Sell This Version
none Kraftwerk Somewhere in Europe(LP, Unofficial, Bla) Not On Label (Kraftwerk) none Unknown Sell This Version

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technik56

technik56

April 19, 2011
edited over 6 years ago
referencing Somewhere In Europe, LP, Unofficial, Comp, Whi, KW 1970

Somewhere in Europe is a great LP. Side A contains a soundboard radio recording from the 1981 concert in utrecht, which has got the best soundquality (9/10) of all available 1981 recordings. The performance is really great, especially Metropolis and Pocket Calculator, which is unfortunately incomplete. Side B contains a radio recording from the 1976 concert in Paris, which has got quiet a good soundquality (7/10). It is very interesting to listen how Kraftwerk performed their songs live in theese early days. But Side A is better and more polished (although the concert was not in Poland) than Side B. All in all this is a very recommendable LP. Everything has really played live in these days, which was better than today's live shows, were the music comes from the laptops.
Stoffeler10

Stoffeler10

October 21, 2004
edited over 12 years ago
referencing Somewhere In Europe, LP, Unofficial, KW 1970
This bootleg is surely one of the most interesting live records of Kraftwerk I know. Not only because of its good recording quality, but also because of the combination of concerts choosen. As mentioned, Side 1 is recorded in Utrecht, Netherlands 1981, with tracks from "Computerwelt" and "Mensch Maschine". Side 2 is live in Paris 1976, presented by a radio broadcast, with a french commentator (with obvious problems categorizing what he`s presenting) introducing the band and their music. This side offers music from "Ralf und Florian" and "Autobahn". Especially these recordings are wonderful. They are filigree and intense pieces in the way they are played and added with improvisations. Its breathtaking.