Kraftwerk – Minimum-Maximum (GSA Version) (2005)Жанр: Electronic, Kraut Rock, Pop/Rock Носитель: SACD Год издания: 2005 Издатель: EMI (Germany) Номер по каталогу: 0946 3 11828 2 2 Аудиокодек: DSD64 2.0, DST64 5.1 Тип рипа: image (iso) Продолжительность: 02:00:47 Наличие сканов в содержимом раздачи: да Образ снят с помощью: Sony PlayStation 3 и утилиты sacd-ripper version 0.6 ёр: Треклист: Disk 1: 01.Die Mensch Maschine 07:57 02.Planet Of Visions 04:45 03.Tour De France Etape 1 04:22 04.Chrono 01:29 05.Tour De France Etape 2 04:48 06.Vitamin 06:41 07.Tour De France 06:18 08.Autobahn 08:51 09.Das Model 03:41 10.Neonlicht 05:58 Disk 2: 01.Radioactivitat 07:43 02.Trans-Europa Express 03:20 03.Abzug 01:41 04.Metall Auf Metall 04:28 05.Numbers 04:27 06.Computerwelt 02:55 07.Home Computer 05:55 08.Taschenrechner 02:58 09.Dentaku 03:15 10.Die Roboter 07:23 11.Elektro Kardiogramm 04:41 12.Aero Dynamik 07:13 13.Musique Non Stop 09:51
Minimum-Maximum is the first official live album release by Kraftwerk, released in June 2005, almost 35 years after the group gave their first live performance. It features two CDs and tracks recorded on their world tour during 2004, including concerts in Warsaw, Moscow, Berlin, London, Budapest, Tallinn, Riga, Tokyo and San Francisco. Like many of their studio albums, Minimum-Maximum was released in two different language versions: the band’s native German, and English for the international market. However, of the 23 tracks on the album, only the recordings of “The Model”, “Radioactivity”, “Trans-Europe Express” / “Metal on Metal”, “Computer World”, “Pocket Calculator” and “The Robots” are actually different between the releases. The album title, an excerpt from the lyrics of the song “Elektro-Kardiogramm” (which only exists in an English-language version), is the same for both German and English versions. In an interview for Mojo Magazine, Ralf Hutter regretted the fact that they could not include recordings from their 2004 concert in Santiago de Chile: “We have great recordings from Santiago, Chile, but couldn’t incorporate them into Minimum-Maximum because we’d already mixed the album,” says Ralf. “The Chileans were the only audience in the world who clap in time, in perfect synchronisation.” The album was also released as a double live concert DVD with DTS 5.1 sound on 5 December 2005. The track “Planet of Visions”, is a reworked version of the song “Expo 2000?, based on a 2001 remix by Underground Resistance. The vocoder text “Sellafield 2? at the start of “Radioactivity” / “Radioaktivitat” is included for the first time on the CD and DVD set. The intro vocoder text before “The Man-Machine” / “Die Mensch-Maschine” is included only on the DVD release. Minimum-Maximum was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Electronic/Dance Album in 2006.
All Music Review
For rock bands, hauling gear across countries and continents has not changed a great deal in the past several decades. The same can’t be said for Kraftwerk. Grappling with sensitive cables and other technical gadgets in extreme climates has become a thing of the past. For them, everything has become easier to manage and transport, so it’s natural that they’d become more enthusiastic about touring. Recorded during the group’s 2004 journey through Europe, Japan, and the U.S., Minimum-Maximum is a two-disc representation of their revitalized live show. Visuals are such a crucial aspect of their performances that the set will naturally fall short of making you feel as if you are there — whether it’s Moscow, Warsaw, Budapest, or San Francisco — while in your car or living room. More crucially, who really knows exactly how much live manipulation is going on with the elements of each track? Whatever the case, it all sounds good — sharp, vibrant, alive. The original arrangements are often altered slightly, the tracks are tactfully sequenced, and the crowd noise is kept to a minimum (either near the close of a track or in recognition of one as it begins), so the release is sort of a glorified greatest-hits collection. Along with some wise selections from 2003?s Tour de France Soundtracks, there’s plenty of the expected classic material, all of which has given life to so much industrial, dance, and rap music. (You could, in fact, walk into the average techno club or turn on a mainstream radio station the week this was released and hear traces of Kraftwerk in one form or another.) “Radioactivity” and “The Robots,” two of the more altered tracks, contain the greatest thrills; the former’s permafrost placidity spirals into a frictionless dancefloor charge, while the latter is more muscular than ever, acknowledging advancements made by acolytes Model 500 and Underground Resistance.
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