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Kraftwerk - Techno Pop Album

Kraftwerk - Techno Pop Album

Performer: Kraftwerk
Title: Techno Pop
Country: UK & Europe
Catalog Number: 50999 9 66050 2 8, CDSTUMM 308
Label: Kling Klang, Mute
Released: 05 Oct 2009
Style: Electro, Synth-pop
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 735

Tracklist

1Musique Non Stop5:44
2Sex Object6:51
3Boing Boom Tschak2:59
4House Phone4:56
5Electric Cafe
Words By – Schmitt
4:19
6Techno Pop
Words By – Schult
7:41
7The Telephone Call3:50

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
1C 064-24 0654 1, 064-24 0654 1, 24 0654 1Kraftwerk Electric Cafe ‎(LP, Album, Gat)Kling Klang, EMI, EMI, EMI1C 064-24 0654 1, 064-24 0654 1, 24 0654 1Germany1986
31C 064 240644, 31C 264 240644Kraftwerk Electric Cafe ‎(LP, Album, Gat)EMI, EMI31C 064 240644, 31C 264 240644Brazil1987
074 24 0644 1Kraftwerk Electric Cafe ‎(LP, Album, Gat)EMI074 24 0644 1Spain1986
9 25525-4Kraftwerk Electric Cafe ‎(Cass, Album, SR)Warner Bros. Records9 25525-4US1986
534Kraftwerk Electric Cafe ‎(Cass, Album, Unofficial)B.W.534PolandUnknown

Credits

  • Artwork [Kling Klang Original Artwork - Reconstruction]Johann Zambryski, Ralf Hütter
  • DesignHubert Kretschmar
  • Electronic DrumsKarl Bartos
  • EngineerHenning Schmitz, Joachim Dehmann
  • Mixed ByBill Miranda
  • Music BySchneider, Bartos, Hütter
  • Technician [Music Data Transfer]Fred Maher
  • Vocoder [Speech Synthesis]Florian Schneider
  • Vocoder, Electronics, Producer [Album Concept - Production]Florian Schneider, Ralf Hütter
  • Voice, KeyboardsRalf Hütter
  • Words BySchneider (tracks: 1 to 4, 6, 7), Bartos (tracks: 1 to 4, 6, 7), Hütter (tracks: 1 to 4, 6, 7)

Notes

Previously known as Electric Cafe. Remastered and re-released under its original working title, Techno Pop.

Barcodes

  • Barcode (Text): 5 099996 605028
  • Label Code: LC 04513
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1 & 2): 9660502 A981030-01 manufactured by optimal media production
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 1 & 2): ifpi L571
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 9710
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 9703
  • Rights Society: SDRM BIEM

Companies

  • Manufactured By – Optimal Media Production – A981030

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Reviews (4)
Deodorant for your language
Finally it is "Techno Pop", a desired title for an album that, at its time, was not delivered. The earlier creative crisis of making "Techno Pop", somehow still continues to overshadow Kraftwerk's efforts in making this "final" version to sound more convincing. Remasters always push for a certain change - and in case of "Electric Cafe"-come-"Techno Pop, it is not for the better, but more of a damaged affair. The original 8-minute "Telephone Call" was absolutely superior in timing and arrangement, now omitted from the whole. In terms of excuse, Kraftwerk justify this by their supposed inability to rescue it from the original master tape - instead choosing to provide space for more shallow, two single versions. While in "single" terms both, the 7" re-edit of "The Telephone Call" and its further remix, the tiresome "House Phone" do make a tiny collectors' oddity, including them as the album's tracks is a downright miss. For such reasons, I personally feel far more attached to, and recommend the original album as it was - a masterpiece that stood the test of time. As "Techno Pop", it might display the amazing Rebecca Allen graphics more decently, but musically it is a crippled affair - the album that never was. And still isn't.

lolike
I admire this album and find it their best. The title track I find the best Kraftwerk song ever beside the Man Machine. Brilliant sounding-wise, and soundqualitywise also. A perfect production and the MOST Übermensch-ish album of all time. Pity, the remastering destroyed the soundquality. That was a sin done by an amatheur, earless stupid even if it's R.H. himself...

Gashakar
Why Kraftwerk fiddled with this albums tracklisting on this re-release? Maybe they don't even know for themselves... the version of Telephone Call/Telefonanruf is the original 7" version and this is followed by the original 12" B-Side of Telephone Call/Telefonanruf, Housephone.
For the collector, it's nice to get these formerly vinyl-only versions remastered on CD, and the collectors have got the original "Electric Cafe" CD anyway. For all others, the original album version of Telephone Call/Telefonanruf is lost.
So, this album, though renamed "Techno Pop" does in now way show what was intended in 1984 as the "Techno Pop" album. Two demos of this have been leaked years ago and show a totally different sound mixing analogue synths with early sequencers.

Risinal
Hi, please note, not only replaced the title..
the telephone call is an shorter edition, and house phone an completely diffrent remix version as appeared at original Electric Caffe issue.
BR,Erik

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