1996
Label: Capitol Records - TOCP-50014 • Format: CD Compilation • Country: Japan • Genre: Electronic • Style: Synth-pop
Trans-Europe Express - Various - The RootsTechno (CD)

Trans Europe Express consolidated the sound and was the first to be mixed at The Record Plant in LA. Still enjoyable and new-sounding even today, this album will not please fans of more abstract electronica or the industrial dystopian sounds of modern electronic rock (Tangerine Dream, Rammstein et al.), but is still definitely worth listening /5().

Trans-Europe Express (German: Trans Europa Express) is the sixth studio album by German electronic music band ed in mid in Düsseldorf, Germany, the album was released in March on Kling Klang saw the group refine their melodic electronic style, with a focus on sequenced rhythms, minimalism, and occasionally manipulated : Electronic, synthpop, experimental pop, avant-garde.

The German Trans Europe Express train, the VT was designed by Klaus Flesche whilst he was the head of design at the MAN Machine company, Man Machine being the follow up album to Trans Europe Express in , confidence, maybe, maybe not, but Kraftwerk did like their obscure references.

 · Trans-Europe Express Review. Although Autobahn was a left-field masterpiece, Trans-Europe Express is often cited as perhaps the archetypal (and most accessible) Kraftwerk album. Melodic themes are repeated often and occasionally interwoven over deliberate, chugging beats, sometimes with manipulated vocals; the effect is mechanical yet hypnotic/10(K).

 · Trans-Europe Express, even four years later was all around buildings, constantly played in this area. who moved with Trans-Europe Express and the new album by Kraftwerk.


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