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This is a must, you have to view this video if you're into German electronic music pioneers. The only issue with the Kraftwerk overview is the very little attention given to the last album Électric café/Music non-stop. A shame they concluded with very little on the reissues and the coming years for Ralph and Florian.
Karl Bartos is very articulate on this video but nothing from Ralph or Florian. It would have been complete with comments from all Krafwerk members. But so it goes, maybe that's the reason why that this video isn't an official authorized release by Kraftwerk.
Nonetheless, you learn a great deal from watching this video, rush out and get your own copy while they're on the market, they won't be forever available...
Thank you Karl, Ralph, Florian, Klaus, Conrad, Edgar, Dieter, Hans and all others including Brian, David and friends...
Big disapointment. I love a good music doc even unofficial ones and when I saw this had a 3 hour running time I had to have it. Takes over an hour before they even start talking about Kraftwerk's music. Boring
I'm a big fan of Kraftwerk and try to obtain anything that is released by or about them. I ordered this one only to discover I had it already. Not mentioned in Amazon's write-up is the fact that it has previously been released as KRAFTWERK AND THE ELECTRONIC REVOLUTION, something which is mentioned in small print on the back cover of the DVD. Since Amazon's listing does not show the back cover, I bought it thinking it was something I didn't have. Will be returning as missold.
The documentary itself is very good (with the usual caveats about unofficial documentaries) and well worth getting - whichever version of the DVD you go for.