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Old 06-09-2021, 10:55 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Old 01-10-2022, 11:43 AM   #12 (permalink)
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One of my favorite albums by Röyksopp , I totally love the songs titled ''Eple'', "Sparks" and ''Poor Leno''.
A truly magnificent album - warm, deep and melodic !

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Old 01-12-2022, 05:51 PM   #13 (permalink)
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TEE - Kraftwerk
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Old 01-13-2022, 10:11 PM   #14 (permalink)
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TEE - Kraftwerk
I'd venture to say that Kraftwerk's 3D Catalogue has far superior versions of every song they've done and is probably (at least one of) the ultimate electronic album(s) in terms of significance of songs and it's ability to captivate you despite it's long length, anywhere you start takes you through a trip of what came to be known as techno along with industrial standings and a lot of lush just great synth tones. I used to listen to it quite a bit but alongside that,

Another favorite recently has been this monster of an album:


Psychic TV - Origin of the Species Volume Too! A Second Supply of Two Tablets of Acid

This has been wonderful to dig into recently along with PTV's entire discog
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Old 01-14-2022, 06:43 AM   #15 (permalink)
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Daft Punk - Discovery. Easily. Haven't heard anything that tops that album yet.
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^ Definitely agree. Of all the electronica albums I've listened to over the years the main one that sticks out for me is Discovery.
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Ye I agree Tristan. For me, on first listen TEE kind of sucked, but for some reason the stubborn repetition and the monotone voice with german accent wouldn't leave my head. With other electronic music, especially modern one, they may start with something Kraftwerk would start, but at some point there is some sort of "release", where they break the stubborn beat. Kraftwerk refuses to do that. They do not break it, but just keep shoving that same repeating sound down you, almost like a trance.

That psychic Tv tune is quite interesting I will say
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Ye I agree Tristan. For me, on first listen TEE kind of sucked, but for some reason the stubborn repetition and the monotone voice with german accent wouldn't leave my head. With other electronic music, especially modern one, they may start with something Kraftwerk would start, but at some point there is some sort of "release", where they break the stubborn beat. Kraftwerk refuses to do that. They do not break it, but just keep shoving that same repeating sound down you, almost like a trance.

That psychic Tv tune is quite interesting I will say
Thats what I love about Kraftwerk too, they find a groove and know it’s gonna get stuck in your head anyways so why not hammer it in y’know
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^ Definitely agree. Of all the electronica albums I've listened to over the years the main one that sticks out for me is Discovery.
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Tangerine Dream - Zeit

My favorite Tangerine Dream album. The second track ("Nebulous Dawn") makes me feel like I'm on the Titanic only minutes before it hits the iceberg. It's incredibly visual and ethereal.
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Apollo Four Forty ‎– Gettin' High On Your Own Supply (1999)

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