Kraftwerk

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

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Neon Lights / Trans Europe Express / The Model
Pop Used - 12 12CL 15998 Capitol
Rare Lumionous Vinyl Version 12" 45rpm, Dayglo Cover... more details
 
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Numbers / Pocket Calculator / Dentaku
Pop Used - LP 12 EMI 5175 EMI
12" Single... more details
 
Kraftwerk - Radio-Activity Radio-Activity
Pop Used - LP ST 11457 Capitol
Beautiful 1975 Orange Label Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. “A Concept Album Exploring Themes Of Broadcast Communications, Radio-Activity Marked Kraftwerk's Return To More Obtuse Territory, Extensively Utilizing Static, Oscillators, And Even Cage-Like Moments Of Silence To Approximate The Sense Of Radio Transmission; A Pivotal Record In The Group's Continuing Development, The Title Track — The First They Ever Recorded In English — Is Their Most Fully Realized Electro-Pop Effort To Date, While "The Voice Of Energy" Precipitates The Robot Voice So Crucial To Their Subsequent Work.” Jason Ankeny, All Music Guide.... more details
 
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Showroom Dummies / Numbers / Pocket Calculator
Pop Used - LP 12 EMI 5272 EMI
Sealed 12" Single... more details
 
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Exceller 8
Electronic Used - LP 6360 629 Vertigo
74 Spaceship Label W / "Autobahn"... more details
 
Kraftwerk - Kraftwerk Kraftwerk
Electronic Used - LP 6641 077 Vertigo
Beautiful 1973 Spaceship Label (2nd) 2LP Laminated Gatefold Rarity. Their First Album. Both LPs Appear Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
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Elektro Kinetik
Electronic Used - LP 6449 066 Vertigo
81 UK Best Of W / "Autobahn"... more details
 
Kraftwerk - Trans Europa Express Trans Europa Express
Electronic Used - LP 064 82 306 Kling Klang
Finest Copy We Have Ever Had In Stock Of This 1977 German Original With Giant Color Poster And Custom Inner Sleeve. “Although Autobahn Was A Left-Field Masterpiece, Trans-Europe Express Is Often Cited As Perhaps The Archetypal (And Most Accessible) Kraftwerk Album. Melodic Themes Are Repeated Often And Occasionally Interwoven Over Deliberate, Chugging Beats, Sometimes With Manipulated Vocals; The Effect Is Mechanical Yet Hypnotic. Thematically, The Record Feels Like Parts Of Two Different Concept Albums: One A Meditation On The Disparities Between Reality And Image ("Hall Of Mirrors" And "Showroom Dummies" Share Recurring Images Of Glass, Reflection, Illusion, And Confused Identities, As Well As Whimsical Melodies), And The Other The Glorification Of Europe. There Is An Impressive Composition Paying Homage To "Franz Schubert," But The Real Meat Of This Approach Is Contained In The Opening Love Letter, "Europe Endless," And The Epic Title Track, Which Shares Themes And Lyrics With The Following Track, "Metal On Metal." The Song "Trans-Europe Express" Is Similar In Concept To "Autobahn," As It Mimics The Swaying Motion And Insistent Drive Of A Cross-Continent Train Trip. What Ultimately Holds The Album Together, Though, Is The Music, Which Is More Consistently Memorable Even Than That On Autobahn. Overall, Trans-Europe Express Offers The Best Blend Of Minimalism, Mechanized Rhythms, And Crafted, Catchy Melodies In The Group's Catalog; Henceforth, Their Music Would Take On More Danceable Qualities Only Hinted At Here (Although The Title Cut Provided The Basis For Afrika Bambaataa's Enormously Important Dancefloor Smash "Planet Rock").” Steve Huey, AMG.... more details
 
Kraftwerk - Autobahn Autobahn
Electronic Used - LP 6305 231 Philips
1974 Original German Pressing With Sticker On The Cover. Light Wear On Top Seam And Small Corner Crease. Looks Glossy And Unplayed.... more details
 
Kraftwerk - Ralf And Florian Ralf And Florian
Electronic Used - LP 6360 616 Vertigo
Beautiful 1973 UK Spaceship Label. The Front Cover Is That Of The Embossed Circuitboard Surface In Gold. The Back Cover Has The Famous Picture Of The Guys In Their Makeshift Studio Replete With Neon Lights And All The Electronic Gimickry And Instruments.... more details
 
Kraftwerk - Autobahn Autobahn
Pop Used - LP 25326 Warner
Extremely Hard To Find 1985 Reissue Of Their 1974 Classic Electronica Masterpiece And A Great Warner Pressing.... more details
 
Kraftwerk - Tour De France Soundtrack Tour De France Soundtrack
Electronic New - LP 591 708 EMI
2003 2LP UK Import. This is their first release in many years. The album, Tour De France Soundtracks, features all-new recordings of the single “Tour De France 2003” alongside brand new compositions as well as a new version of their seminal, electro masterpiece “Tour De France” from 1983. Kraftwerk’s music on Tour De France Soundtracks acts as a companion to the race itself, inspiring similar feelings of drama, excitement and intensity.... more details
 
Kraftwerk - Trans-Europe Express Trans-Europe Express
Electronic Used - LP SW-11603 Capitol
Rare 1977 Original With A Small, Embossed Promo Stamp On The Rear Jacket Plus The Rare Press Kit. Wow!... more details
 
Kraftwerk - Ralf & Florian Ralf & Florian
Pop New - LP VEL 2006 Vertigo
Factory Sealed 1975 U.S. Original, Small COH. ... more details
 
Kraftwerk - Autobahn Autobahn
Electronic New - LP VEL 2003 Vertigo
Sealed And Pristine 1974 Original.... more details
 
Kraftwerk - Radio Activity Radio Activity
Electronic New - LP ST 11457 Capitol
Sealed 1975 Original With Custom Yellow "Radio-Activity" Sticker On Shrink Wrap. Clean Cut Out Hole. “A Concept Album Exploring Themes Of Broadcast Communications, Radio-Activity Marked Kraftwerk's Return To More Obtuse Territory, Extensively Utilizing Static, Oscillators, And Even Cage-Like Moments Of Silence To Approximate The Sense Of Radio Transmission; A Pivotal Record In The Group's Continuing Development, The Title Track — The First They Ever Recorded In English — Is Their Most Fully Realized Electro-Pop Effort To Date, While "The Voice Of Energy" Precipitates The Robot Voice So Crucial To Their Subsequent Work.” Jason Ankeny, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Kraftwerk - Ralf And Florian Ralf And Florian
Pop Used - LP VEL 2006 Vertigo
1975 Spaceship Label Original. Hint Of Ring Wear At Top And Small Stain At Bottom Left Of Jacket, Record Near Mint.... more details
 
Kraftwerk - Kraftwerk Kraftwerk
Electronic Used - LP 6641 077 Vertigo
Stunning 1972 UK 2LP Swirl Logo Laminated Gatefold Original.... more details
 
Kraftwerk - Radioactivity Radioactivity
Electronic Used - 12 12EM 201 EMI
1991 UK 12 Inch Picture Sleeve. 3 Remixes. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Kraftwerk - Computer World Computer World
Electronic Used - LP EMC 3370 EMI
Mint 1981 UK Original.... more details
 
Kraftwerk - Minimum - Maximum Minimum - Maximum
Pop New - LP ASW 60611 Astralwerks
Factory Sealed 2005 4LP 180gm HQ Box Set. The First Ever Official Live Album From Kraftwerk. 22 Tracks Recorded Around The Globe On Their 2004 Tour.... more details
 
Kraftwerk - Autobahn Autobahn
Pop Used - LP 6360 620 Vertigo
Beautiful 1974 UK Spaceship Label Original. LP Appears Unplayed, Embossed Jacket Is Near Mint.... more details
 
Kraftwerk - Radio-Activity Radio-Activity
Electronic Used - LP SN 16380 / S11-56855 Capitol
Sealed 1993 180gm Reissue.... more details
 
Kraftwerk - Kraftwerk Kraftwerk
Electronic Used - LP BT 8101 Philips
Beautiful Japanese Pressing, Gatefold Jacket With Obi.... more details
 
Kraftwerk - Radio-Activity Radio-Activity
Electronic Used - LP ECS 80418 Capitol
Beautiful Japanese Pressing With Obi.... more details
 
Kraftwerk - Autobahn Autobahn
Pop New - LP AUTO 1 Parlophone
Sealed UK Reissue. Bar Code On Back Cover.... more details
 
Kraftwerk - Radio-Activity Radio-Activity
Electronic Used - LP ST 11457 Capitol
Beautiful Orange Label Original In Shrink Wrap With Custom Sticker And Custom Glossy Inner Sleeve. Appears Unplayed. “A Concept Album Exploring Themes Of Broadcast Communications, Radio-Activity Marked Kraftwerk's Return To More Obtuse Territory, Extensively Utilizing Static, Oscillators, And Even Cage-Like Moments Of Silence To Approximate The Sense Of Radio Transmission; A Pivotal Record In The Group's Continuing Development, The Title Track — The First They Ever Recorded In English — Is Their Most Fully Realized Electro-Pop Effort To Date, While "The Voice Of Energy" Precipitates The Robot Voice So Crucial To Their Subsequent Work.” Jason Ankeny, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Kraftwerk - Mix Mix
Pop Used - LP 60869 Elektra
1991 2LP Original With Custom Inner Sleeves. 11 Classic Kraftwerk Tracks Re-recorded, Rearranged And Reprogrammed.... more details
 
Kraftwerk - Ananas Symphonie Ananas Symphonie
Electronic Colored Vinyl GCA 1620 GCA
Rare 45rpm "Live" Recording From 1975 Pressed On White Vinyl. Recorded At The Beggar's Banquet Club, Louisville, Kentucky.... more details
 
Kraftwerk - Man Machine Man Machine
Electronic New - LP SW 11728 Capitol
Sealed 1978 Heavy Vinyl Original.... more details
 
Kraftwerk - Man Machine Man Machine
Electronic New - LP SW 11728 Capitol
Sealed 1978 Original, Clean COH.... more details
 
Kraftwerk - Computer World Computer World
Electronic Used - LP HS 3549 Warner
Beautiful 1981 With Custom Inner Sleeve. Gold Promo Stamp On Cover.... more details
 
Kraftwerk - Kraftwerk Kraftwerk
Electronic Used - LP 6305 058 Philips
Stunning 1971 German Gatefold Original. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Kraftwerk - Showroom Dummies / Europe Endless Showroom Dummies / Europe Endless
Pop Used - 12 12 CLX 104 Capitol
Rare 1977 UK Limited Edition 45rpm Picture Sleeve 12 Inch. Light Crease Across Bottom Corner Of Flimsy Card Jacket, Disc Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Kraftwerk - Megamix Megamix
Pop Used - 12 GT 402 Global Treat
DJ-Only Remix Service Issue.... more details
 
Kraftwerk - Ralf And Florian Ralf And Florian
Electronic New - LP VEL 2006 Vertigo
Sealed 1975 Original, CC.... more details
 
Kraftwerk - Autobahn Autobahn
Pop New - LP VEL 2003 Vertigo
Sealed 1974 Original, CC.... more details
 
Kraftwerk - Model / Computer Love Model / Computer Love
Electronic Used - 12 12 EMI 5207 EMI
Beautiful 1978 UK 45rpm Housed In A Picture Sleeve. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Kraftwerk - Numbers-Computer World / Computer Love Numbers-Computer World / Computer Love
Electronic Used - 12 PRO-A-973 Warner
Rare 1981 Promo Only 3 Track 12 Incher Housed In A Picture Sleeve. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Kraftwerk - Trans-Europe Express Trans-Europe Express
Pop Used - LP ECS 80833 Capitol
New, Unplayed Copy Of This 1977 Japanese Pressing With Obi And Custom Inner Sleeve And Insert.... more details
 
Kraftwerk - Computer World Computer World
Electronic Used - LP HS 3549 Warner
Beautiful 1981 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. COH. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Kraftwerk - Autobahn Autobahn
Electronic Used - LP VEL 2003 Vertigo
Beautiful 1974 Original Label Cut At Masterdisk. Appears Unplayed. An All-Time 5 Star Classic. “Although Kraftwerk's First Three Albums Were Groundbreaking In Their Own Right, Autobahn Is Where The Group's Hypnotic Electronic Pulse Genuinely Came Into Its Own. The Main Difference Between Autobahn And Its Predecessors Is How It Develops An Insistent, Propulsive Pulse That Makes The Repeated Rhythms And Riffs Of The Shimmering Electronic Keyboards And Trance-Like Guitars All The More Hypnotizing. The 22-Minute Title Track, In A Severely Edited Form, Became An International Hit Single And Remains The Peak Of The Band's Achievements — It Encapsulates The Band And Why They Are Important Within One Track — But The Rest Of The Album Provides Soundscapes Equally As Intriguing. Within Autobahn, The Roots Of Electro-Funk, Ambient, And Synth Pop Are All Evident — It's A Pioneering Album, Even If Its Electronic Trances Might Not Capture The Attention Of All Listeners.” Stephen Thomas Erlewine, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Kraftwerk - Radio-Activity Radio-Activity
Electronic Used - LP ST 11457 Capitol
Beautiful 1975 Orange Label Original With Custom Inner Sleeve, Clean Cut Out Hole. “A Concept Album Exploring Themes Of Broadcast Communications, Radio-Activity Marked Kraftwerk's Return To More Obtuse Territory, Extensively Utilizing Static, Oscillators, And Even Cage-Like Moments Of Silence To Approximate The Sense Of Radio Transmission; A Pivotal Record In The Group's Continuing Development, The Title Track — The First They Ever Recorded In English — Is Their Most Fully Realized Electro-Pop Effort To Date, While "The Voice Of Energy" Precipitates The Robot Voice So Crucial To Their Subsequent Work.” Jason Ankeny, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Kraftwerk - Expo Remix Expo Remix
Pop New - LP ASW 38768 Astralwerks
Sealed 2001 2LP Compilation With Custom Sticker On Shrink. “After Finally Releasing A New Track, Commissioned By Expo 2000 In Hanover, Germany, Kraftwerk Proceeded To Open It Up To A Whole New Set Of Remixers. Featuring Four Remixes By Detroit's Influential Underground Resistance, One From British Electronic Musicians Orbital, And One From Seminal DJ/Producer François Kevorkian, This Pair Of 12" Discs Shows What Kraftwerk Can Sound Like In The Modern World. Considering That Kraftwerk Is Often Quoted As A Major Influence On Detroit Techno, Its Unsurprising That The Remixes By The Underground Resistance Far Surpass Either Of The Other Two Mixes. Revamping The Songs In A "Kraftwerk Living In Detroit" Sort Of Way, The UR Pay Homage To One Of The Forefathers Of Their Art. Fortunately, None Of The Mixes Mimics Another, A Relatively Difficult Feat When Working With Material As Sparse As A Kraftwerk Song. All Of The Remixes Are Worthwhile Additions To The Vast Canon Of Kraftwerk Material.” – Joshua Landau, All Music Guide... more details
 
Kraftwerk - Kometenmelodie 2 Kometenmelodie 2
Pop New - LP 9294 803 Philips
Sealed 1976 French Compilation Of "Kometenmelodie 2," "Heimatklange," "Tanzmusic" And "Klingklang."... more details
 
Kraftwerk - Electric Cafe Electric Cafe
Electronic Used - LP 25525 Warner
Beautiful 1986 Gatefold Original With Custom Inner Sleeve.... more details
 
Kraftwerk - Radio-Activity Radio-Activity
Pop Used - LP E-ST 11457 EMI
Beautiful 1975 UK Original With Custom Insert.... more details
 
Kraftwerk - Autobahn Autobahn
Electronic New - LP STUMM 303 Mute
Sealed 2009 Remastered Re-Issue Of Classic Electronic Album. Includes Booklet. “Although Kraftwerk's First Three Albums Were Groundbreaking In Their Own Right, Autobahn Is Where The Group's Hypnotic Electronic Pulse Genuinely Came Into Its Own. The Main Difference Between Autobahn And Its Predecessors Is How It Develops An Insistent, Propulsive Pulse That Makes The Repeated Rhythms And Riffs Of The Shimmering Electronic Keyboards And Trance-Like Guitars All The More Hypnotizing. The 22-Minute Title Track, In A Severely Edited Form, Became An International Hit Single And Remains The Peak Of The Band's Achievements -- It Encapsulates The Band And Why They Are Important Within One Track -- But The Rest Of The Album Provides Soundscapes Equally As Intriguing. Within Autobahn, The Roots Of Electro-Funk, Ambient, And Synth Pop Are All Evident -- It's A Pioneering Album, Even If Its Electronic Trances Might Not Capture The Attention Of All Listeners.” - Stephen Thomas Erlewine, Allmusic... more details
 
Kraftwerk - Radio-Activity Radio-Activity
Electronic New - LP STUMM 304 Mute
Sealed 2009 Reissue Of Seminal Electronic Album. “A Concept Album Exploring Themes Of Broadcast Communications, Radio-Activity Marked Kraftwerk's Return To More Obtuse Territory, Extensively Utilizing Static, Oscillators, And Even Cage-Like Moments Of Silence To Approximate The Sense Of Radio Transmission; A Pivotal Record In The Group's Continuing Development, The Title Track -- The First They Ever Recorded In English -- Is Their Most Fully Realized Electro-Pop Effort To Date, While "The Voice Of Energy" Precipitates The Robot Voice So Crucial To Their Subsequent Work.” - Jason Ankeny, Allmusic... more details
 
Kraftwerk - Robots Robots
Electronic Used - 12 66526 Elektra
1991 Three Track 12" Single In Picture Sleeve. Cuts Are "Robotnik Kling Klang Extended Mix," "The Robots Single Edit" And "Robotnik Kling Klang Mix." Vinyl Appears Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
Kraftwerk - Ralf And Florian Ralf And Florian
Pop Used - LP CR 0425 Crown
Beautiful Italian Pressing. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Kraftwerk - Telephone Call Telephone Call
Electronic Used - 12 20627 Warner
1987 45rpm 12 Inch Housed In A Picture Sleeve With Gold Promo Stamp. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Kraftwerk - Autobahn Autobahn
Electronic Used - LP VEL 2003 Vertigo
Beautiful 1974 First Label (Spaceship) With Cut Corner. Plays Flat And Quiet. An All-Time 5 Star Classic. “Although Kraftwerk's First Three Albums Were Groundbreaking In Their Own Right, Autobahn Is Where The Group's Hypnotic Electronic Pulse Genuinely Came Into Its Own. The Main Difference Between Autobahn And Its Predecessors Is How It Develops An Insistent, Propulsive Pulse That Makes The Repeated Rhythms And Riffs Of The Shimmering Electronic Keyboards And Trance-Like Guitars All The More Hypnotizing. The 22-Minute Title Track, In A Severely Edited Form, Became An International Hit Single And Remains The Peak Of The Band's Achievements — It Encapsulates The Band And Why They Are Important Within One Track — But The Rest Of The Album Provides Soundscapes Equally As Intriguing. Within Autobahn, The Roots Of Electro-Funk, Ambient, And Synth Pop Are All Evident — It's A Pioneering Album, Even If Its Electronic Trances Might Not Capture The Attention Of All Listeners.” Stephen Thomas Erlewine, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Kraftwerk - Kraftwerk Kraftwerk
Electronic Colored Vinyl CR 0423 Crown
Sealed Red Vinyl Pressing Of The First Kraftwerk Album. Personally, My Favorite Kraftwerk Release. “What Might Have Been Simply Seen As An Agreeable Enough Debut Album Has Since Become Something Of A Notorious Legend Because Kraftwerk, Or More Accurately The Core Hütter/Schneider Duo At The Heart Of The Band, Simply Refuses To Acknowledge Its Existence Any More. What's Clearly Missing From Kraftwerk Is The Predominance Of Clipped Keyboard Melodies That Later Versions Of The Band Would Make Their Own. Instead, Kraftwerk Is An Exploratory Art Rock Album With Psych Roots First And Foremost, With Conny Plank's Brilliant Co-Production And Engineering Skills As Important As The Band Performances. Still, Hütter And Schneider Play Organ And "Electric Percussion" -- Hütter's Work On The Former Can Especially Be Appreciated With The Extended Opening Drone Moan Of The All-Over-The-Place "Stratovarius," Combined With Schneider's Eerie Violin Work. But It's A Different Kind Of Combination And Exploration, With The Key Pop Sugar (And Vocal Work) Of Later Years Absent In Favor Of Sudden Jump Cuts Of Musique Concrète Noise And Circular Jamming As Prone To Sprawl As It Is To Tight Focus. Having Never Been Given An Authorized CD Re-Release, And Long Since Out Of Print On Vinyl, Kraftwerk Only Came To Wider Notice Again In 1993 As Part Of The Bootleg Series That Also Resulted In The Appearance Of The Early Neu! Albums. The Connection Is Important, Given That Neu!'S Klaus Dinger Is One Of The Two Drummers; The Roots Of The Motorik Trance And Tripped-Out Ambient Wash Of The Later Band Can Clearly Be Heard Throughout. "Ruckzuck," With Its Repetitive Flute Mantra From Schneider And The Initial Groove Suddenly Turned Into A Stuttering, Nervous Freakout, Is Merely One Demonstration, As Is The Steady Rise-And-Fall Of Feedback And Flute At The End Of "Megaherz." As A Smart Reference, There's An Actual Picture Of A "Kraftwerk" -- A Power Station -- In The Gatefold Art.” – Ned Raggett, AMG... more details
 
Kraftwerk - Kometenmelodie 3 Kometenmelodie 3
Electronic Colored Vinyl 1975 KWKM
Sealed Live Album Recorded In Koln, March, 1975. Pressed On White Vinyl.... more details
 
Kraftwerk - Kraftwerk Kraftwerk
Electronic Colored Vinyl CR 0423 Crown
Beautiful Clear Red Vinyl Pressing Of The First Kraftwerk Album. “What Might Have Been Simply Seen As An Agreeable Enough Debut Album Has Since Become Something Of A Notorious Legend Because Kraftwerk, Or More Accurately The Core Hütter/Schneider Duo At The Heart Of The Band, Simply Refuses To Acknowledge Its Existence Any More. What's Clearly Missing From Kraftwerk Is The Predominance Of Clipped Keyboard Melodies That Later Versions Of The Band Would Make Their Own. Instead, Kraftwerk Is An Exploratory Art Rock Album With Psych Roots First And Foremost, With Conny Plank's Brilliant Co-Production And Engineering Skills As Important As The Band Performances. Still, Hütter And Schneider Play Organ And "Electric Percussion" -- Hütter's Work On The Former Can Especially Be Appreciated With The Extended Opening Drone Moan Of The All-Over-The-Place "Stratovarius," Combined With Schneider's Eerie Violin Work. But It's A Different Kind Of Combination And Exploration, With The Key Pop Sugar (And Vocal Work) Of Later Years Absent In Favor Of Sudden Jump Cuts Of Musique Concrète Noise And Circular Jamming As Prone To Sprawl As It Is To Tight Focus. Having Never Been Given An Authorized CD Re-Release, And Long Since Out Of Print On Vinyl, Kraftwerk Only Came To Wider Notice Again In 1993 As Part Of The Bootleg Series That Also Resulted In The Appearance Of The Early Neu! Albums. The Connection Is Important, Given That Neu!'S Klaus Dinger Is One Of The Two Drummers; The Roots Of The Motorik Trance And Tripped-Out Ambient Wash Of The Later Band Can Clearly Be Heard Throughout. "Ruckzuck," With Its Repetitive Flute Mantra From Schneider And The Initial Groove Suddenly Turned Into A Stuttering, Nervous Freakout, Is Merely One Demonstration, As Is The Steady Rise-And-Fall Of Feedback And Flute At The End Of "Megaherz." As A Smart Reference, There's An Actual Picture Of A "Kraftwerk" -- A Power Station -- In The Gatefold Art.” – Ned Raggett, AMG... more details
 
Kraftwerk - Kraftwerk Kraftwerk
Electronic Picture Disc 6305 058 Philips
Rare, Sealed Picture Disc Housed In A Die-Cut Cover.... more details
 
Kraftwerk - Kraftwerk 2 Kraftwerk 2
Electronic Colored Vinyl CR 0424 Crown
Sealed Green Vinyl Pressing Of The Second Kraftwerk Album. “Like Its Predecessor (Similarly Designed Right Down To The Traffic Cone Cover, Though Green Instead Of Red), Kraftwerk 2 Has Never Been Properly Re-Released, Giving It The Same Lost-Classic Aura As The First Album, Or At Least Lost, Period. Thankfully, Bootleg Reissues In 1993 Restored It To Wider Public Listening; Even More So Than Kraftwerk 1, Its Lack Of Official Reappearance Is A Mystery, In That The Band Is Clearly Well On Its Way To The Later Kraftwerk Sound Of Fame. Stripped Down To The Hütter/Schneider Duo For This Release, And Again Working With Conrad Plank As Coproducer And Engineer (This Album Alone Demonstrates His Ability To Create Performances Combining Technological Precision And Warmth), Kraftwerk Here Start Exploring The Possibilities Of Keyboards And Electronic Percussion In Detail. Given That The Band's Drummers Were Gone, Such A Shift Was Already In The Wind, But It's The Enthusiastic Grappling With Drum Machines And Their Possibilities That Makes Kraftwerk 2 Noteworthy. The Nearly Side-Long Effort "Klingklang," Which Would Later Give The Name To The Band's Studio And Which Predicts Later Lengthy Efforts Like "Autobahn," Shows How The Duo Is Still Working Toward Its Future Styles. Steady Beats Are Sometimes Sped Up And Slowed Down; More Freeform Performances On Flute, Violin, And Keyboard Remain Present (Rather Than Honing In On A Core Melody); And Again, No Vocals Yet Grace The Recordings. On The Second Side, The More Rock-Oriented Origins Of The Group Still Cling On, Mostly Without Any Percussion Whatsoever: The Distorted Solo Guitar Start Of "Strom," The Guitar/Bass Duets Of "Spule 4" (Queasy) And "Wellenlänge" (Quite Beautiful And Very Indicative Of Many '90s Space Rock Efforts). Ultimately As With Kraftwerk 1, Kraftwerk 2 Isn't The "Classic" Sound Of The Band, But It's Astonishingly Worthy On Its Own, Well Worth Seeking Out.” – Ned Raggett, AMG... more details
 
Kraftwerk - Planet Of Visions Planet Of Visions
Electronic Colored Vinyl 5848 Shadow Man
Sealed Green Vinyl Live Album Recorded At Coachella, 2004.... more details
 
Kraftwerk - Neon Lights Neon Lights
Electronic New - 12 12CL 15998 Capitol
Sealed, Rare 1978 Luminous Vinyl 45rpm 12" Single Housed In A Die-Cut Dayglo Cover. Title Track B/W "Trans Europe Express" And "The Model."... more details
 
Kraftwerk - Autobahn Autobahn
Pop Used - LP 25326 Warner
Extremely Hard To Find 1985 Black Label Reissue Of Their 1974 Classic Electronic-Pop Masterpiece And A Great Warner Pressing. Comes With A Custom Blue Inner Sleeve With Autobahn Logo And The Shrink Wrap Is Intact With Custom Song Hype Sticker. Glossy, Unplayed Condition.... more details
 
Kraftwerk - Kraftwerk Kraftwerk
Electronic Used - LP CR 0423 Crown
Beautiful Black Vinyl Pressing Of The First Kraftwerk Album. Shrink Still Intact. Record Appears Glossy, Unplayed. Personally, My Favorite Kraftwerk Release.... more details
 
Kraftwerk - Kraftwerk 2 Kraftwerk 2
Electronic New - LP CR 0424 Crown
Sealed Black Vinyl (We Think) Pressing Of The Second Kraftwerk Album. “Like Its Predecessor (Similarly Designed Right Down To The Traffic Cone Cover, Though Green Instead Of Red), Kraftwerk 2 Has Never Been Properly Re-Released, Giving It The Same Lost-Classic Aura As The First Album, Or At Least Lost, Period. Thankfully, Bootleg Reissues In 1993 Restored It To Wider Public Listening; Even More So Than Kraftwerk 1, Its Lack Of Official Reappearance Is A Mystery, In That The Band Is Clearly Well On Its Way To The Later Kraftwerk Sound Of Fame. Stripped Down To The Hütter/Schneider Duo For This Release, And Again Working With Conrad Plank As Coproducer And Engineer (This Album Alone Demonstrates His Ability To Create Performances Combining Technological Precision And Warmth), Kraftwerk Here Start Exploring The Possibilities Of Keyboards And Electronic Percussion In Detail. Given That The Band's Drummers Were Gone, Such A Shift Was Already In The Wind, But It's The Enthusiastic Grappling With Drum Machines And Their Possibilities That Makes Kraftwerk 2 Noteworthy. The Nearly Side-Long Effort "Klingklang," Which Would Later Give The Name To The Band's Studio And Which Predicts Later Lengthy Efforts Like "Autobahn," Shows How The Duo Is Still Working Toward Its Future Styles. Steady Beats Are Sometimes Sped Up And Slowed Down; More Freeform Performances On Flute, Violin, And Keyboard Remain Present (Rather Than Honing In On A Core Melody); And Again, No Vocals Yet Grace The Recordings. On The Second Side, The More Rock-Oriented Origins Of The Group Still Cling On, Mostly Without Any Percussion Whatsoever: The Distorted Solo Guitar Start Of "Strom," The Guitar/Bass Duets Of "Spule 4" (Queasy) And "Wellenlänge" (Quite Beautiful And Very Indicative Of Many '90s Space Rock Efforts). Ultimately As With Kraftwerk 1, Kraftwerk 2 Isn't The "Classic" Sound Of The Band, But It's Astonishingly Worthy On Its Own, Well Worth Seeking Out.” – Ned Raggett, AMG... more details
 
Kraftwerk - Kometenmelodie 3 Kometenmelodie 3
Electronic Colored Vinyl 1975 KWKM
Sealed "Live" Album Recorded In Koln, March, 1975. We Believe This Is Pressed On Green Vinyl.... more details
 
Kraftwerk - Somewhere In Europe Somewhere In Europe
Electronic New - LP 000 Unknown
Sealed, Hard To Find Original Recorded Live. Side One Was Recorded In Utrecht, 1981 And Side Two Was Recorded In Paris, 1976. Some Copies Are On Colored Vinyl, But We Are Not Sure If This One Is. Priced Accordingly.... more details
 
Kraftwerk - Man Machine Man Machine
Pop Used - LP ECS 81083 Capitol
Beautiful 1978 Japanese Pressing With Obi.... more details
 
Kraftwerk - Live In Paris Live In Paris
Electronic Colored Vinyl B168 BB
Rare, Limited Edition 2012 Gray Vinyl 12" Housed In A Generic Clear Sleeve With A Clear Custom Insert. Side One Recorded Live In Paris, 1976. Side Two Recorded Live In Utrecht, 1981.... more details
 
Kraftwerk - Minimum Minimum
Electronic Colored Vinyl TM 011 Transistor Music
Hard To Find Original Pressed On Red Vinyl. Recorded Live At Seven Different Venues Across Europe. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Kraftwerk - Tour De France Tour De France
Electronic Used - 12 20146 Warner
Stellar 1983 Two-Track 45rpm 12" Single, Still In Shrink. Both Jacket And Vinyl Are In Excellent Condition. French Version On The A-Side With A Francois Kevorkian Remix On The Flip. Sterling Stamper.... more details
 
Kraftwerk - Kraftwerk Kraftwerk
Pop Used - LP 6305 058 Philips
Rare Blue & Silver Label Gatefold Original. Side Two Has Two Superficial Marks That Are Inaudible And The Side One Label Has A Barely Visible Number Printed On It. Inner Gatefold Has A Name Written In Blue Pen. ?What Might Have Been Simply Seen As An Agreeable Enough Debut Album Has Since Become Something Of A Notorious Legend Because Kraftwerk, Or More Accurately The Core Hütter/Schneider Duo At The Heart Of The Band, Simply Refuses To Acknowledge Its Existence Any More. What's Clearly Missing From Kraftwerk Is The Predominance Of Clipped Keyboard Melodies That Later Versions Of The Band Would Make Their Own. Instead, Kraftwerk Is An Exploratory Art Rock Album With Psych Roots First And Foremost, With Conny Plank's Brilliant Co-Production And Engineering Skills As Important As The Band Performances. Still, Hütter And Schneider Play Organ And "Electric Percussion" -- Hütter's Work On The Former Can Especially Be Appreciated With The Extended Opening Drone Moan Of The All-Over-The-Place "Stratovarius," Combined With Schneider's Eerie Violin Work. But It's A Different Kind Of Combination And Exploration, With The Key Pop Sugar (And Vocal Work) Of Later Years Absent In Favor Of Sudden Jump Cuts Of Musique Concrète Noise And Circular Jamming As Prone To Sprawl As It Is To Tight Focus.? Ned Raggett, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Kraftwerk - Showroom Dummies Showroom Dummies
Electronic Colored Vinyl TMQ-KRAFT 75 TMOQ
Long Out Of Print, Limited Edition 2LP Pressed On Blue Vinyl. Both LPs Appear New, Unplayed. Recorded At Fairfield Halls, Croydon, England 21st September, 1975.... more details
 
Kraftwerk - Gondel Kino, Bremen, Germany June 25th, 1971 Gondel Kino, Bremen, Germany June 25th, 1971
Pop Colored Vinyl 921 East West
New, Unplayed 2014 Limited Edition Splatter Vinyl Original. This Is Number 123 Of 349 Copies.... more details
 
Kraftwerk - Die Mensch Maschine (Man Machine) Die Mensch Maschine (Man Machine)
Electronic New - LP 1C 058-32843 Electrola
Sealed 1978 German Gatefold Original. “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 Processed Vocals ("The Robots," "Spacelab," And The Title Track); Others Take The Glamour Of Urbanization As Their Subject ("Neon Lights" And "Metropolis"). Plus, There's "The Model," A Character Sketch That Falls Under The Latter Category But Takes A More Cynical View Of The Title Character's Glamorous Lifestyle. More Pop-Oriented Than Any Of Their Previous Work, The Sound Of The Man-Machine -- In Particular Among Kraftwerk's Oeuvre -- Had A Tremendous Impact On The Cold, Robotic Synth Pop Of Artists Like Gary Numan, As Well As Britain's Later New Romantic Movement.” Steve Huey, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Kraftwerk - Computer World Computer World
Electronic Used - LP HS 3549 Warner
Beautiful 1981 With Custom Inner Sleeve. LW1/LW1 Stampers. “The Last Great Kraftwerk Album, Computer World Captured The Band Right At The Moment When Its Pioneering Approach Fully Broke Through In Popular Music, Thanks To The Rise Of Synth Pop, Hip-Hop, And Electro. As Arthur Baker Sampled "Trans-Europe Express" For "Planet Rock" And Disciples Like Depeche Mode, OMD, And Gary Numan Scored Major Hits, Computer World Demonstrated That The Old Masters Still Had Some Last Tricks Up Their Collective Sleeves. Compared To Earlier Albums, It Fell Readily In Line With The Man-Machine, Eschewing Side-Long Efforts But With Even More Of An Emphasis On Shorter Tracks Mixed With Longer But Not Epic Compositions. While The Well-Established Tropes Of The Band Were Used Again -- Electronically Treated Vocals, Some Provided By Speak And Spell Toys; Crisp Rhythm Blips; Basslines And Beats; Haunting, Quirky Melodies -- There's A Ready Liveliness To The Songs, Like The Addictive "Pocket Calculator," With Its Perfectly Deadpan Portrait Of "The Operator" And His Favorite Tool, And The Almost Winsome "Computer Love." Cannily, The Lyrical Focus On Newly Accessible Technology Instead Of Cryptic Futurism And Vanished Pasts Matched This New Of-The-Now Stance, And The Result Was A Perfect Balance Between The New World Of The Album Title And A Withdrawn, Bemused Consideration Of That World. The Title Track Itself, With Its Lists Detailing Major Organizations Presumably All Wired Up, Echoes The Flow Of Trans-Europe Express, Serene And Pondering. "Pocket Calculator" Itself Is More Outrageously Fun, Thanks To The Technical Observation That "By Pressing Down A Special Key It Plays A Little Melody." Others Would Take The Band's Advances And Run With Them, But With Computer World Kraftwerk -- Over A Decade On From Their Start -- Demonstrated How They Had Stayed Not Merely Relevant, But Prescient, When Nearly All Their Contemporaries Had Long Since Burned Out.” Ned Raggett, AMG.... more details
 
Kraftwerk - Computer World Computer World
Electronic Colored Vinyl HS 3549 Warner
Sealed, Rare 2005 Unauthorized Clear, Pale Green Vinyl Reissue.... more details
 
Kraftwerk - Mix Mix
Electronic Colored Vinyl EM 1408 Kling Klang
Sealed 2006 Unofficial 2LP Pressed On Yellow (First LP) And Blue (2nd LP) Vinyl. Originally Released In 1991.... more details
 

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