[KRAFTWERK] Top 100 Albums of the 1970s
bpics-hkh at cnjnet.com
Fri Sep 3 17:16:27 CEST 2004
Space-lab was my first KW experience on the radio, and it certainly changed
my life. The previously released albums came later for me. My point is I can
see why Autobahn wouldn't be on the list.
Have a safe and healthy Labor Day
Tom from NJ
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Subject: Re: [KRAFTWERK] Top 100 Albums of the 1970s
> --- Best Photo <bpics-hkh at cnjnet.com> wrote:
> > An "album" implies a coherent complete package. TEE
> > is an excellent example.
> > All the songs belong with each other. They fit
> > together keeping with the
> > theme. Autobahn has the world famous title track on
> > side A. Side be has some
> > songs that could have been on any of the previous
> > R&F collaborations. Loose
> > melodic free form jams. Kommetemelodie2 is
> > excellent,
> > **but the albums that
> > were on that list for the most part are concept
> > albums.**
> They are?
> > Each song should be
> > part of the whole. That's why TEE is so far up on
> > the list. Man-Machine fits
> > for that reason as well. Radio-activity is a good
> > concept album, but it is
> > harder to listen to.
> > Tom from NJ
> Got to disagree. If it weren't for the album
> "Autobahn", us USians wouldn't have been exposed to
> the single "Autobahn", and our lives wouldn't have
> been changed forever :D
> "...and the rest of the world?"
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