Kraftwerk - Tour De France 2003 album flac
Title: Tour De France 2003
MP3 album: 1800 mb
FLAC album: 1478 mb
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Tour de France Soundtracks is the tenth studio album by German electronic music band Kraftwerk, released in August 2003. It was re-released in October 2009 under the title Tour de France. The album was recorded for the 100th anniversary of the first Tour de France bicycle race, although it missed its intended release date for the actual tour. It includes a new recording of their 1983 single of the same name, the cover artwork of both releases being nearly identical.
When this album was first released in 2003 it was called "Tour De France Soundtracks". When re-issued in 2009 and onwards, it was shortened to just "Tour De France". And well, eventually we did get a new Kraftwerk album in 2003. It would only make sense that the electronic music that they influenced would in turn come back to influence them in those 17 years. This is a great album.
Tour de France" is a song by Kraftwerk. It was first issued in June 1983, peaking at number 22 in the United Kingdom singles chart. It is notable for the use of sampled voices and mechanical sounds associated with cycling that were used to supplement a simple electro-percussion pattern – an approach Kraftwerk had used on earlier tracks such as "Metal on Metal" (from Trans-Europe Express) and "Numbers" (from Computer World)
Complete your Kraftwerk collection. This was nothing you expected from the legends that are Kraftwerk but you still did, especially after hearing some of the remixes of Expo 2000. The easiest way to explain the track would be tinny melodic techno.
Tour de France Soundtracks is the tenth studio album by German electronic music pioneers Kraftwerk. It was released on August 4, 2003 after much anticipation, becoming their first release since 1986’s Electric Café. The album’s recording process took around 16 years. The title track was initially released way back in June of 1983 and was originally intended to be part of the band’s scrapped Techno Pop album concept. Inspiration for the album came from the Tour de France bicycle race and the band’s newfound obsession for cycling in general. Tracks on the album use sounds of bicycle chains, gear mechanisms and cyclists breathing to build percussion patterns.
20146-0 A), until EMI smartly rereleased it on compact disc in 1999 with a little multimedia built in, whose centerpiece was a basic video for "Tour de France," assembled from old film footage of the aforementioned cross-country bicycle race.
Tour De France Soundtracks. Intro Kraftwerk released a single by the same name as this full album in 1983. Fans were excited when they released this album in 2003. It has a lot more Tour De France themed music on it than the previous single, and the additional music is substantial, not filler
From the time Hutter and Schneider hooked up in Düsseldorf in the late 60s to their heyday of the late 70s/early 80s and on through their complete catalog reworking (1991's The Mix), Kraftwerk have been a model of efficiently planned obsolescence