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Kraftwerk - Autobahn album mp3
Experimental Electronic,Kraut Rock,Club/Dance
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Autobahn is the fourth studio album by German electronic band Kraftwerk, released in November 1974. It was the band's first album to fully embrace the repetitive electronic sound they would become known for, although organic instruments still remained part of their sonic palette, and was inspired by the titular German highway system

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Kraftwerk is the debut studio album by German electronic band Kraftwerk. It was released in Germany in 1970, and produced by Konrad "Conny" Plank. Performances and release. Additional personnel. Chief Kraftwerk members Ralf Hütter and Florian Schneider used two drummers during the recording of the album; Andreas Hohmann and Klaus Dinger. Their playing provides the music with a rock edge.

This particular album, Autobahn, is Kraftwerk's fourth album, and the first album that the members of Kraftwerk actually like. Unlike the previous three albums, Autobahn has much more noticeable music structure, and is far less experimental than Kraftwerk's previous albums. It brings so much into the equation that Kraftwerk hadn't used before, and from the first 3 minutes of the lengthy title song, it's blatantly obvious. The first track, meant to stimulate traveling, is what many people consider to be the highlight of the album

1974 for Progressive, Electronic music was like 1994 for hip hop. 3 very important albums for Electronic music were released in 1974: Phaedra By Tangerine Dream. Autobahn By Kraftwerk. Future Primitive By Eko which is just as good as the other 2.

More albums from Kraftwerk: Ultra Rare Trax Volume 2 by Kraftwerk. 3-D (1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8) by Kraftwerk. 3-D (Der Katalog) by Kraftwerk. The Mix by Kraftwerk. Ralf & Florian by Kraftwerk. Minimum-Maximum by Kraftwerk. Kraftwerk by Kraftwerk. Electric Cafe by Kraftwerk. View all albums . Autobahn. 2. Kometenmelodie 1. 3. Kometenmelodie 2. 4. Mitternacht. 5. Morgenspaziergang. More albums from Kraftwerk: Ultra Rare Trax Volume 2 by Kraftwerk.

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Wolfgang Flür - Electronic Drums, Member of Attributed Artist, Percussion
Ralf Hütter - Artwork, Composer, Drums, Electronic Drums, Electronics, Guitar, Keyboards, Lyricist, Member of Attributed Artist, Organ, Piano, Reconstruction, Synthesizer, Vocals, Voices
Kraftwerk - Primary Artist
Barbara Niemöller - Photography
Conny Plank - Audio Production, Engineer, Producer
Klaus Roeder - Guitar, Member of Attributed Artist, Violin
Klaus Roeder - Guitar, Violin
Florian Schneider - Composer, Drums, Electronic Drums, Electronics, Flute, Keyboards, Lyricist, Member of Attributed Artist, Synthesizer, Vocoder, Voices
Emil Schult - Artwork, Composer, Lyricist
Johann Zambryski - Artwork, Reconstruction

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Autobahn Ralf Hütter / Florian Schneider / Emil Schult Kraftwerk 22:42
2 Kometenmelodie 1 Ralf Hütter / Florian Schneider Kraftwerk 6:20
3 Kometenmelodie 2 Ralf Hütter / Florian Schneider Kraftwerk 5:45
4 Mitternacht Ralf Hütter / Florian Schneider Kraftwerk 3:40
5 Morgenspaziergang Ralf Hütter / Florian Schneider Kraftwerk 4:00

Kraftwerk the quartet have arrived. Autobahn is built to last, like a quality German automobile. When producer Conny Plank is behind the wheel, you know it's going to be a smooth ride. Endlessly listenable...and yes, that includes side B.
Autobahn has to be one of the most important electronic albums ever produced simply for the majestic, groundbreaking title track which makes up the entire first side, but it's the second half of the album that easily makes it one of the greatest. The majestic 23 minute title track really is something else, there's nothing else like it in electronic music and the only thing that is legitimately similar is Neu!'s Hallo Gallo off their Neu! album from a few years prior and even then, that wasn't electronic. Autobahn really does feel like a ride on the Autobahn (or the Interstate here in America). While the cinematic, futuristic Autobahn gets all the attention (which it justly deserves), the second side of the album (which is literally all of the rest of the album) gets unjustly overlooked. The four tracks that make up the albums second side are more or less a continuation of the journey taken on the title track. While Autobahn is the sound a day spent driving on the autobahn from one city to another from the mid-morning to evening hours, the second side reveals why we traveled to this other city, to see a comet. Kometenmelodie's (Comet Melodies) 1 and 2 soundtrack the arrival of a great Comet in Earth's orbit (Kometenmelodie 1) and the night skies (Kometenmelodie 2) (Kometenmelodie's 1 and 2 were in fact made to commemorate the arrival and passing of the great comet, Comet Kohoutek which came around from 1973-74) with Kometenmelodie 2 capturing the joy of experiencing a great comet over a retro 60's rock beat remniscent of the one from The Beatles I Want to Hold Your Hand. Kometenmelodie 2 just may have invented trance music. Then things take a turn for the dark as we head further into the night and in the process get a glimpse of the dark, terrifying, and dehumanizing nature of industry with Mitternacht (Midnight) which sounds like people literally being eaten up by machinery, but thankfully we emerge out of this nightmare the next morning with Morgenspaziergang (Morning Walk), a beautifully breezy and hopeful sounding album closer that's carried along by some lovely flute work, it's probably the only time you'll hear a flute on a Kraftwerk record. Autobahn is more than just a groundbreaking electronic album, it's an emotional journey that has withstood the test of time.
My jaw dropped when I realized the year Kraftwerk crafted this magnificent experience. If you are really into electronic music, you might feel a bit underwhelmed, but that's only because this was one of the first major steps of that area of music. A lot has been done since then, but it should be noted one of the reasons WHY a lot has been done since then -- Kraftwerk's Autobahn.
Very listenable indeed. Creates a fun atmosphere and I sometimes play this at work and I like to think it keeps everyone's spirits high. Idk but it seems like everybody should like this music it's just that good and accessible. It's not kraftwerks best album I think that goes to the first two records. Still extremely fun none the less. Yes and endlessly listenable. I can't really be nit picky as to why this doesn't get a higher rating but I think most atmospheric type music is not deserving of five stars. I quess if something was that good you would listen to it all the time or at least b4 you went to bed every night. The krautrockyness of this album doesn't show through as much as there previous albums. Don't know if that is a good or bad thing but I do hunk it's worth pointing out.
I'm going to have to get an mp3 of this--I remember years ago hearing it on FM radio. This was rare due to the length of this piece.
The title track is sublime but side B is underwhelming.