Robots kraftwerk- The Robots (1978) By GuzyPulcher440 / October 10, 2012 So ..this was electronica in 1978 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 Google Earth now gives a glimpse of The Great Barrier ReefSEO Positive Reviews the Campaign of Leading Counselling Service 20 thoughts on “kraftwerk- The Robots (1978)” Kraftwerk, the masters of electronica. Log in to Reply love these beats! just hearing the intro makes me wanna bust out in robot movement. Log in to Reply Sure, in the end it boils down to personal music taste. I can also deem the Beatles terrible if I want to, or Schubert. However, I would be kind of lonely with such opinions. Most critics have a high opinion of Kraftwerk, but yeah, of course that does not mean they appeal to everyone. Log in to Reply No, it’s awful because it’s poorly written. Gary Numan is mechanical and simple, and is thousands of times more musically talented than these guys, and he was just one man, not a group of four. But, that’s just my opinion, right 😉 ? Log in to Reply with all respect, but awful is your judgement. kraftwerk is one of the most important music groups of all time, true innovators. just because its simplistic and mechanical its awful? Way no! Log in to Reply Nosferatu electro remix :3 Log in to Reply Yea I gotcha dude Log in to Reply Yeah. The cool things is how they made this stuff though. Any 11 year old could make this with a computer today, but back then they were using actual hardeware bullshit stuff to make this. Kind of impressive. But yeah, musically it’s crap. Log in to Reply Couldnt be any worse than the rubbish that they play today… Log in to Reply This is so damn awesome :3 Log in to Reply es increible todo lo que pudieron hacer con la tecnologia analogica y principios de la digital – It’s amazing what they could do with analog technology and digital principles Log in to Reply jaja que kgada Log in to Reply I totally understand if you like this stuff for the nostalgia, but musically speaking it just seems god awful to me o_o Log in to Reply Ah good, I totally misunderstood then! My immediate thought was “I don’t expect Simon Cowell to get it” Log in to Reply It certainly isn’t a dig a Kraftwerk, I love them. I can’t remember making that comment actually or why I’d have brought up Cowell he had probably said something of the same vein. Log in to Reply Is this supposed to be a dig at Kraftwerk or Simon Cowell? Seems like the latter to me. Log in to Reply ♥ Liberty ☼ Libertad ♫ Freiheit ∞ Log in to Reply first electronic music now in 2012 still popular Log in to Reply Simon Cowell – “I don’t get it” Log in to Reply casi toda mi infancia está en esa canción! Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.