|4||Vom Himmel Hoch||16:43|
|KWRZ 71, KWRZ 75||Kraftwerk||Ruckzuck! (LP, Unofficial, Pin)||Not On Label (Kraftwerk), Not On Label (Kraftwerk)||KWRZ 71, KWRZ 75||Germany||2003|
|KWRZ 75, KWRZ 71||Kraftwerk||Ruckzuck! (LP, Unofficial)||Not On Label (Kraftwerk), Not On Label (Kraftwerk)||KWRZ 75, KWRZ 71||Germany||Unknown|
|KWRZ 71||Kraftwerk||Ruckzuck! (LP, Unofficial, Bla)||Not On Label (Kraftwerk)||KWRZ 71||Germany||2003|
|KWRZ 75, KWRZ 71||Kraftwerk||Ruckzuck (LP, Unofficial)||Not On Label (Kraftwerk), Not On Label (Kraftwerk)||KWRZ 75, KWRZ 71||Germany||Unknown|
|KWRZ 75||Kraftwerk||Ruckzuck (LP, Unofficial, Red)||KWRZ||KWRZ 75||Germany||Unknown|
- Drums – Klaus Dinger
- Electronics, Flute – Florian Schneider
- Guitar – Michael Rother
Recorded May/June 1971 in Cologne.
Catalogue number on cover is KWRZ 75, KWRZ 71 on the label. Pressed on translucent white vinyl.
Kraftwerk is the debut studio album by German electronic band Kraftwerk. It was released in Germany in 1970, and produced by Konrad Conny Plank. Chief Kraftwerk members Ralf Hütter and Florian Schneider used two drummers during the recording of the album Andreas Hohmann and Klaus Dinger. Their playing provides the music with a rock edge. This proves to be quite distinct from Hütter and Schneider's previous band Organisation, or the following pair of Kraftwerk albums, Kraftwerk 2 and Ralf und. Kraftwerk - Ruckzuck. 2glenside. Ruckzuck is a song by German electronic band Kraftwerk from album Kraftwerk which was released in November 1970. The song was re-released in the compilation album Exceller 8, without the opening flute-echo intro. The song has a tightly arranged opening section that includes a dramatic change of tempo, before an extended and largely percussive middle section, with an even faster reprise of the opening theme to end the piece. Following an extended drone opening played on keyboards. Watch the video for Ruckzuck from Kraftwerk's Kraftwerk 1 for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Play album. Instead, Kraftwerk is an exploratory art rock album with psych roots first and foremost, with Conny Plank's brilliant co-production and engineering skills as important as the band performances. Still, Hütter and Schneider play organ and electric percussion - Hütter's work on the former can especially be appreciated with the extended opening drone moan of the all-over-the-place Stratovarius combined with Schneider's eerie violin work. Ruckzuck is a track by Kraftwerk from the album Kraftwerk released in 1972. This track is rated in the top 13 of all tracks on . Ruckzuck by Kraftwerk Year: 1972 From the album Kraftwerk track 1. Average Rating: 79100 from 1 vote. Ruckzuck appears on the following albums by Kraftwerk: Kraftwerk track 1 1970. Kraftwerk Ruckzuck. 레이블: Grexit Records GREX-012. 형식: CD , Album, Unofficial Release DVD , NTSC, Album, Unofficial Release, CODE s debut album barely exists its been quietly ushered out of the official records by de facto leader Hütter. A pity, really. Its not tearing up any trees in the 31st century electronica stakes, but its still a fascinating record. More of a full band at this point, Kraftwerk are skirting around the edges of free jazz on Ruckzuck with Schneider mucking about on the flute, of all things, and not for the last time and getting motorik on the epic Stratovarius. The centrepiece of Kraftwerks 2004 tour, this comeback album saw them freewheel effortlessly into the 21st century. Lets be honest though they were there already. The first track from their debut album. More information. Kraftwerk Sues Kraftwerk Update. The squeaking of grave box lids came to my mind when I heard that this band still exists. Anyway, sounds like a wide overreach by Kraftwerk the band. They arent going around suing other Kraftwerken are they von Kraftwerken But it sure will get their name in the papers for a while. John Nystul Kraftwerk