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"Kraftwerk": Man, Machine and Music Paperback – 25 Dec 1995
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A account of the German anti-rock band, Kraftwerk, which delves through their public-shunning exterior. Ralf Hutter, Florian Schneider, former group members and collaborators have broken their silence, providing and examination into their working methods and complex technical imagery.
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While Kraftwerk kept an extreme, if not paranoid low profile, Pascal gives you a peek at the philosophy, motives of the group while providing plenty of sources.I really felt he presented an objective report without bias for or against the group.
This is about as close to Kraftwerk as reasonably can be
deduced. Musik nonstop!