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  1. Neu! used the same theory (and possibly some of the same tracks) as the scrapped Kraftwerk album. Starting from the top, Hallogallo (German for Hallmark) is the opener. For some reason, everybody thinks that Hallogallo is amazing and wish it could go on for longer/5().
  2. Neu! 75 (very Scarce Japanese First Issue 6-track Vinyl Lp On The Yellow Brain Label Manufactured By Teichiku One Of The Classic Motorik Krautrock Releases.
  3. Jun 05,  · Upon hearing "Hallo Gallo," the first track on Neu, a friend of mine started inadvertently humming an organ line from Tortoise's "Djed." That quiet gesture summed up the album .
  4. Neu! Neu! 2 on Import LP Originally released in , Neu!'s sophomore album finds the German legends further fine-tuning their Krautrock sound with the unstoppable minute opener "Fur Immer" and simultaneously ushering in the concept of the remix with sped-up, slowed down and altered versions of what was initially just 20 minutes of newly recorded material.
  5. Rapunzel Neu Verföhnt. Various artists. What beautiful pictures displayed on the front and back of the vinyl LP. However, I am sure not happy that it did not come in an album cover instead of the vinyl sheath it was enclosed in. Not a very nice gift presentation. Read more/5().
  6. LP: Neu! 2: Grönland CD: Neu! 2: Grönland CDGRONII: CD: Find album release information for Neu! 2 - Neu! on AllMusic. Find album release information for Neu! 2 - Neu! on AllMusic AllMusic New Releases.
  7. Jun 25,  · Song Hallogallo; Artist NEU! Album NEU! Writers Michael Rother, Klaus Dinger; Licensed to YouTube by INgrooves, [Merlin] Redeye Distribution, Believe Music, PIAS (on behalf of .
  8. I had never heard this album before, the only time I heard their music was on my vinyl copy of Neu! This first album is very avantgarde, using sounds and voices as well as instruments, I found it good to listen to, with similarities to Tangerine Dream in places, I enjoyed it very much/5().
  9. Neu! (styled as NEU! in block capitals, German: New!, pronounced) was a German band formed in Düsseldorf in by Klaus Dinger and Michael Rother following their departure from Kraftwerk. The group's albums were produced by Conny Plank, who has been regarded as the group's "hidden member". They released three albums in their initial incarnation—Neu!

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