Kraftwerk - Japan Tour 1981 mp3 album
Title: Japan Tour 1981
Size MP3: 1220 mb
Size FLAC: 1548 mb
Format: DTS ADX MMF AU AC3 VOX AHX
For their debut album, see Kraftwerk (album). Kraftwerk returned to live performance with the Computer World tour of 1981, where the band effectively packed up its entire Kling Klang studio and took it along on the road. They also made greater use of live visuals including back-projected slides and films synchronized with the music as the technology developed, the use of hand-held miniaturized instruments during the set (for example, during "Pocket Calculator"), and, perhaps most famously, the use of replica mannequins of themselves to perform on stage during the song "The Robots"
From the 1981 "Computer Wold" Japan tour. From the 1981 "Computer Wold" Japan tour. 12 pages of wonderful Kraftwerk photos - in both black and white and color. NO PHOTOCOPY!!! Printed in Japan 1981. A truly must have for any Kraftwerk fan. No reserve!!! Word wide shipping. See all my other Kraftwerk auctions, get multiple items save on shipping. Cheers, Daniel Saxlid - Kraftwerk- Autobahn- Trans Europa Express - Radio Activity - the Robots - Computer World - the model - Tour de France - Electric cafe -. Similar Items. KISS 1988 Japanese TOUR PROGRAM Rare Japan TOURBOOK
Kraftwerk Festival Hall, Osaka - Sep 11, 1981 Sep 11 1981. Kraftwerk Nagoya-shi Koukaidou, Nagoya - Sep 13, 1981 Sep 13 1981. Last updated: 2 May 2019, 21:34 Etc/UTC. Lauren Ruth Ward Brings Album "Well, Hell" and Five New Singles on Tour. Tagged: Lauren Ruth Ward.
Kraftwerk is the debut studio album by German electronic band Kraftwerk. It was released in Germany in 1970, and produced by Konrad "Conny" Plank. 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
After 1981's Computer World, Kraftwerk were anxious to begin work on their next LP. Perhaps spurred on by the. Its first single was to have been "Tour de France", and that track was in fact released in 1983. However, Technopop was not to be: due to a series of circumstances- not least of which, Hutter's bicycle accident, which kept him out of serious action for the better part of a year- the band decided to stretch their deadline, incorporate a few more state-of-1986 recording techniques (including, gasp, sampling) and concentrate their full length ideas.
Performer: Kraftwerk Album: Computerwelt Label: Kling Klang, EMI Electrola. Computer World (German: Computerwelt) is the eighth studio album by German electronic music band Kraftwerk, released on 10 May 1981. The album peaked at number fifteen on the UK Albums Chart. It was certified silver by the British Phonographic Industry (BPI) on 12 February 1982 for shipments in excess of 60,000 copies.
Kraftwerk - 1981-09-07 - Tokyo, JP (Soundboard FLAC). Sunplaza A soundboard recording for FM radio. 01 Intro (. 5) REMOVED 02 Numbers (. 7) 03 Computer World (. 0) 04 Computer Love(. 5) 05 Home Computer (. 8) 06 Neon Lights (. 4) 07 Autobahn (1. 4) 08 Showroom Dummies (. 4) 09 Trans-Europe Express (. 7) 10 The Robots (. 4) 11 It's More Fun To Compute (. 1). Kraftwerk - 1981-12-10 - Utrecht, Netherlands (FM ). EDGE. Lossy Audio Bootlegs.
|Computer World Tour|
|Live at Nakano Sun Plaza, Tokyo Sep 7, 1981|
|2-1||Radio Activity - Voice of Energy|
|2-2||The Hall Of The Mirrors|
|2-5||Pocket Calculator / Dentak|
|Live at Nakano Sun Plaza, Tokyo Sep 8, 1981|
|3-1||Numbers incl. Intro NHK DJ|
|3-10||It's More Fun To Compute|
|3-11||Outro NHK DJ|