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Kraftwerk - New Digital Remix Collection 2020


Re: Kraftwerk - New Digital Remix Collection 2020

Postby humanracer » Tue Dec 29, 2020 5:32 am

discoginfo wrote:Humanracer and FiveTenFifteen, what would the music world be without music nerds like you who keep track on the versions like that. Congrats.
I guess I will have to update my discography.
http://www.discog.info/kraftwerk-discog.html


Thanks. While we are on the subject of rarities. all discographies, even Twingo's site, say that Mitternacht is 4:40 on the original Autobahn LP yet I have examined countless vinyl rips and have never found such a version. Every version, accounting for transfer speed, is somewhere between 3:40 and 3:47. I can only imagine this was a typo that was not corrected until the 1985 LP remaster.
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Re: Kraftwerk - New Digital Remix Collection 2020

Postby discoginfo » Tue Dec 29, 2020 6:46 am

humanracer wrote:
discoginfo wrote:Humanracer and FiveTenFifteen, what would the music world be without music nerds like you who keep track on the versions like that. Congrats.
I guess I will have to update my discography.
http://www.discog.info/kraftwerk-discog.html


Thanks. While we are on the subject of rarities. all discographies, even Twingo's site, say that Mitternacht is 4:40 on the original Autobahn LP yet I have examined countless vinyl rips and have never found such a version. Every version, accounting for transfer speed, is somewhere between 3:40 and 3:47. I can only imagine this was a typo that was not corrected until the 1985 LP remaster.


Thanks! I have corrected that. I am dependent upon "scouts" like you. I am grateful. And I also have Corona so have not started with all those other subtle remixed mentioned earlier. Cheers to good health.
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Re: Kraftwerk - New Digital Remix Collection 2020

Postby negative1 » Sat Jan 02, 2021 2:42 pm

made a megamix of the remixes:
pw : mix1

https://vimeo.com/496472604

and of electric cafe:
pw : electric

https://vimeo.com/496475676

later
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Re: Kraftwerk - New Digital Remix Collection 2020

Postby Moribund » Mon Mar 01, 2021 11:07 pm

fozl1986 wrote:Come on, who needs 9 Remixes of "Expo 2000" ? :o

Kling Klang Mix 2001 is just Kling Klang Mix 2000 with the percussion removed. But those two aside, after giving them all a good listen, I gotta say that all the other mixes are surprisingly and remarkably different from one another. Hard to believe some of them are the same song. I guess that speaks to the art of the remix.

That said, just because they all are different does not mean that they all are interesting...
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