Kreidler / Superbilk - Kookaï / Bildidee mp3 album
Title: Kookaï / Bildidee
Style: Leftfield, Punk
Date of release: 1995
Size MP3: 1173 mb
Size FLAC: 1315 mb
Format: TTA DMF XM WAV MP2 VOC DTS
Kreidler - Kookaï, Bildidee FLAC version. 1656 downloads at 39 mb/s. Artwork – Andreas Reihse.
Düsseldorf is a 1996 album by the German band La! Neu?, recorded in the year following the band's formation in summer 1995. The album features several members of the Düsseldorf band Kreidler, and was recorded primarily in the city after which it is named. It was released during a period of intense musical activity for Klaus Dinger, who had just signed to the Japanese record label Captain Trip Records, which he used to market two previously unreleased Neu! albums.
A1 –Kreidler Kookaï B1 –Superbilk Bildidee. clear vinyl, silkscreened transparent cover, transparent lyric sheet (limited to 500 copies). Related Music albums to Kookaï, Bildidee by Kreidler. De' Våras - De' Våras
Superbilk - Radical 03:14. Superbilk - Hopp 04:58. Superbilk - Bildidee 02:34. Superbilk - Dab 06:02. Superbilk - Tag Geglückt 03:24.
Kreidler's next release, the single Kookaï, was a surprisingly melodic song, which reminded Spex magazine of "night rides through downtown Dusseldorf and the effect of deserted shopping districts. In autumn of 1996, the label KiffSM released the Kreidler album Weekend. The eponymous Kreidler album appeared on Jutta Bächner's newly founded Wonder label. The music sounded cleaner, more digital, but with a warmth that was clearly different from the model-like coldness of the previous album. The song writing was also more defined, with the pieces on Kreidler featuring clear, pop song-like structures.
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ABC is an album by electronica group Kreidler, released in 2014. It marks the 20th anniversary of the band. The front-cover depicts an (untitled) artwork by Georgian artist Thea Djordjadze. The back-cover shows stills of the group's recording session in Tbilisi shot by Heinz Emigholz. The inner sleeve (vinyl version) depicts another (untitled) artwork by Djordjadze; the CD is packed in a jewel case with the artworks on two changeable cardboards.
- Artwork – Andreas Reihse
- Bass – Gerrit Nowatzki (tracks: B1), Stefan Schneider (tracks: A1)
- Drums – Bernhard Klinkhammer (tracks: B1), Thomas Klein (tracks: A1)
- Electronics [Loops] – Detlef Weinrich (tracks: A1)
- Guitar – Stefan Kürten (tracks: B1)
- Synthesizer, Keyboards – Andreas Reihse (tracks: A1)
- Vocals – Wicki Wehrmeister* (tracks: B1)