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Anybody heard of Kraftwerk? I'm sure some of you have. I was just given their complete discography and look what I found! In 2003, they released an album completely dedicated to le Tour. I was given their music because of my interest in electronic music, so finding this cd was a cool surprise. I've listened to the whole thing 3 or 4 times through now; pretty crazy stuff. It would all be great to spin to (not that I would ever listen to music while riding :eek: ). I definitely recomend "Tour de France Soundtracks" for anyone wanting a groovey electronic experience. Those Germans...

P.S. http://www.kraftwerk.com/
 

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Anybody heard of Kraftwerk? I'm sure some of you have. I was just given their complete discography and look what I found! In 2003, they released an album completely dedicated to le Tour. I was given their music because of my interest in electronic music, so finding this cd was a cool surprise. I've listened to the whole thing 3 or 4 times through now; pretty crazy stuff. It would all be great to spin to (not that I would ever listen to music while riding :eek: ). I definitely recomend "Tour de France Soundtracks" for anyone wanting a groovey electronic experience. Those Germans...

P.S. http://www.kraftwerk.com/
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Ummm, John Tesh did NOT come before Kraftwerk. I have the original TDF EP. It was released in 1983. I have a few other Kraftwerk classics too, including "Autobahn" (1974) and the German version of "Computerwelt", which may be their best release. Obviously I'm a Kraftwerk fan. They are still performing today.
 
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