Krautrock is a broad genre of experimental rock that developed in Germany in the late 1960s and early 1970s among bands who blended psychedelia with electronic music and the avant-garde, as well as other influences including funk, musique concrète, jazz, and minimalism. Artists largely distanced themselves from the traditional blues influences of Anglo-American rock music, instead embracing hypnotic rhythms, tape editing techniques, and early synthesizers. Prominent groups associated with krautrock included Neu!, Can, Faust, Kraftwerk, Cluster, Ash Ra Tempel, Harmonia, Popol Vuh, and Amon Düül II. Albums by these artists are available from this website rockvinylrevival.com
Can – Rockpalast, WDR TV Show, Germany 1970 – LP Record Vinyl
Kraftwerk – Maximum – LP Record Vinyl Album
Kraftwerk – Die Mensch Maschine (Coloured Vinyl) LP Vinyl
Kraftwerk – Trans Europa Express – LP Record Vinyl
Neu! – 75 – LP Record Vinyl Album
Ralf & Florian – Kraftwerk (Coloured Vinyl) LP Record Vinyl
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