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|Karl Bartos||Percussion, electronic percussion, Electronic Drums, Group Member|
|Wolfgang Flür||Percussion, electronic percussion, Electronic Drums, Group Member|
|Ralf Hütter||Synthesizer, Drums, Keyboards, Vocals, Voices, Electronic Sounds, electronics, Group Member|
|Florian Schneider||Synthesizer, Drums, Keyboards, Vocals, Voices, Electronic Sounds, Vocoder, electronics, Group Member|
|Ralf Hütter||Composer, Producer, drum machine, Artwork, Orchestration, Concept, Audio Production|
|Florian Schneider||Composer, Producer, Concept, Audio Production|
|Emil Schult||Composer, Producer, Artwork, Art Direction, Cover Design|
Posted May 7, 2013
The title track is very ominous and direct in the way the Police would utilize on their hit "Invisible Sun" 6 years later. The second side uses a strong prescence of a vocoder. Only on "Radio Stars" is there a misfire, it sounds too distorted and unintelligible. The pioneering synth-kings score higher with the cutely-titled "Ohm Sweet Ohm". Not as catchy or brilliant as the classic "Autobahn" but then not every STAR WARS movie by George Lucas is "The Empire Strikes Back" either, and not every TV show produced by Michael Mann is "Miami Vice". Still, give this album a listen.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted January 6, 2010
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