"Without them there would have been no hip hop, no house, no ambient music, no electro and even Michael Jackson with whom they flatly refused to collaborate would have sounded different. Bussy engagingly explains why they’re one of the few groups who’ve actually changed how music sounds," was how Q Magazine chose to describe this insightful biography. Now updated and revised, Pascal Bussy’s book is still the best attempt so far to uncover these German enigmas.
"Bussy’s excellent study should be part of any techno-pop aficionado’s library."—Pulse!
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In their most recent catalogue, London's renowned rock and roll bookshop, Helter Skelter, described this revised and updated edition:
"The first and still the best biography of Kraftwerk. In the same way that Kraftwerk dusted down their old material for The Mix, Pascal Bussy has refined and added to his original work, producing and even more enlightening portrait of this mysterious band's career."About the Author:
Pascal Bussy is also the author of The Can Book (soon to be republished by SAF Publishing). He currently lives in Paris where he runs the Jazz Dept for Warners (Paris).
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Descripción SAF Publishing Ltd, 2001. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería P110946719381
Descripción SAF Publishing Ltd, 2001. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. 2nd. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX0946719381