Robots Kraftwerk Retrospective #1 at the MoMA “The Robots” By PikulaMoravick681 / September 5, 2012 Video Rating: 4 / 5 You may also like Bits | Looking for Robots That Will Cooperate, Not Terminate By / June 22, 2015 Cupertino: Three Monta Vista students inviting residents to spend summer with … By katiemarie_myfriends392 / June 19, 2015 Women’s Excellence Now Treats Stress Urinary Incontinence By TroxburiHob / June 19, 2015 Five (Mostly) Beloved Robots of Doctor Who By / June 19, 2015 Generation Covenant CEO, Merinda K. Condra, Announces that The Institute for Creative Learners is Bringing Hope and Laughter to Central Lubbock By oxisacice / June 25, 2014 Post navigation Se o Google dominasse o mundo, teríamos Google Bus AdSense!Senniger Powers Launches Custom Website Redesign from The Net Impact 16 thoughts on “Kraftwerk Retrospective #1 at the MoMA “The Robots”” Amazing,, Log in to Reply Genau so fühl ich mich manchmal. Feinste sounds für mein Ohr und Danke fürs hochladen. Log in to Reply I worked on the stage crew at the Ritz in NYC. They came in with some amazing equipment — I believe it was a full-scale mobile version of the Kling Klang studio. Log in to Reply how did you have the opportunity to work with them? Log in to Reply I worked with Kraftwerk for a couple shows back in 81. Great guys, really polite (although standoffish). This was during the Computer World tour. They brought their entire studio on tour with them. Most if not all of their instruments were their own designs, at least, this is what they told me. Log in to Reply Trust me.. there is not much else better live. Saw them live in London -have seen many gigs and this was up there with the best Log in to Reply Would seriously love to see these guys live Log in to Reply you re my sonic life kw. voi siete la mia musica…quindi la mia vita. danken shen Log in to Reply These cats are as funky as the best funk groups in the business; like Cameo, Zapp, Slave, Isleys, etc. Kraftwerk uses mechanics to bring the funk. Long live Kraftwerk. Log in to Reply fucking scary… as always :-) Log in to Reply This is all you can get, this is music, since 1971. Log in to Reply It comes from the Man Machine Log in to Reply Cool video, thanks for posting! Check out the Kraftwerk video on my channel… it’s a synth I made for them. Let me know what you think… Log in to Reply @ Olhado256 oh yeah just as a foot note – This track was released in 1978 and the Sinclair zx 80 was released in 1982 Log in to Reply Yeah tru – and was cutting edge – its still great music though and they were pushing the envelope – My first computer was a Sinclair zx 81 – so I been around for the revolution baby : ) Log in to Reply This track was originally created when people didn’t even have computers in their homes. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.