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If not, or you're just gtting into it, buy this CD anyway.
To those who are purely literal or have no solid understanding of the broader scope of popular music, Kraftwerk often sounds trite, too stark or simplistic.
Whether you are a Krafwerk or a chiptunes fan, or even if you are just curious, you should love this CD.
Actually tends to sound better than original Kraftwerk, but then I'm not a legitimate Kraftwerk fan, I took a chance on this and it was well worth the less than $10 I paid.Published 20 days ago by Benjamin B. Carlson
pretty cool. Awesome tribute to one of my favorite groups and I love 8bit music. 4/5 starsPublished 2 months ago by Q. Allen
I'm a Kraftwerk Fan from the beginning, and to hear their music "covered" in this fashion...using video game sounds is just fantastic! Read morePublished on February 7, 2013 by NCguy
Been listening to this for 5 years now and I still LOVE IT. This is easily the best Kraftwerk covers out there,with a take on the songs that are unpredictable and stripped down to... Read morePublished on November 11, 2012 by flabbergast
Some people "get" Krafwerk and some don't. To those who are purely literal or have no solid understanding of the broader scope of popular music, Kraftwerk often sounds trite, too... Read morePublished on November 10, 2012 by Biased
i was super siked to hear this album. then i heard the vocals on so many tracks. i know kraftwerk has vocals but i thought that the 8-bit tribute would be instrumental only. Read morePublished on April 25, 2009 by andreas tekus
With the exception of the final track, which contains the worst, most mundane rap, this tribute is fantastic. Read morePublished on March 8, 2007 by Kevin Eaton
Do not be fooled by the immitation "greatest hits" song list. The actual songs by Kraftwerk sound much differnt. Read morePublished on February 21, 2007 by Peter R.