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|2.||"Tour De France Etape 1" (4:29)|
|3.||"Tour De France Etape 2" (6:39)|
|4.||"Tour De France Etape 3" (3:57)|
|1.||"Aero Dynamik" (5:03)|
|3.||"Elektro Kardiogramm" (5:19)|
|1.||"La Forme" (8:21)|
|3.||"Tour De France" (5:08)|
Kraftwerk first toyed with the idea of making a concept album based on the Tour De France in the early 1980s, so it was probably inevitable that the cycling-mad group would eventually deliver on that promised. First released in 2003 and now reissued in re-mastered form on red and blue vinyl, the album is the most techno-centric set in the band's discography. While it still boasts their usual recurring melodic themes, tuneful motifs and robotic vocoder vocals, many of its hypnotic and euphoric tracks (particularly the three-part title track that dominates the first half of the album) are far weightier and more club-focused than their earlier releases. For that reason alone, it's worth a place in your collection.
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