Label: Audio Max - 162 • Format: Cassette Album, Unofficial Release • Country: Poland • Genre: Electronic • Style: Electro, Synth-pop
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Kraftwerk. Electronic · Stylistically speaking, 's The Man Machine could be seen as the sequel to its predecessor, Trans Europe Express. From its fluid synthesizer melodies to its disco-informed electronic beats and Vocoder-assisted robot voices, it's the ultimate example of Kraftwerk's pioneering work with electronics.
The Man-Machine is closer to the sound and style that would define early new wave electro-pop -- less minimalistic in its arrangements and more complex and danceable in its underlying rhythms. Like its predecessor, Trans-Europe Express, there is the feel of a divided concept album, with some songs devoted to science fiction-esque links between humans and technology, often with electronically.
The Man-Machine (German title: Die Mensch-Maschine) is the seventh studio album by German electronic music band Kraftwerk, released in May It includes the singles "The Model" and "The Robots", and also "Neon Lights".Upon its release, the NME stated: "The Man-Machine stands as one of the pinnacles of s rock music." Although the album was initially unsuccessful on the UK Albums .
"Neon Lights" (original German title: "Neonlicht") is the fifth song from the Kraftwerk album The Man Machine. The song was released as a single in December The song was initially a B-side to their single, "The Model" ("Das Model"), but later the sides were swapped. The 12" single was pressed on luminous vinyl. Side A Neon Lights — Side B Trans-Europe Express — The Model.
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