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Lifestyle - Elektric Music - Esperanto (CD, Album)

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  1. Mar 31,  · 04 Lifestyle - Elektric Music (Esperanto) - Duration: GioJas Music 38, views. 50+ videos Play all Mix - 01 TV - Elektric Music (Esperanto) YouTube;.
  2. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Esperanto - Elektric Music on AllMusic - - When Kraftwerk first made its mark in the early 8/
  3. A great album by Ex-Kraftwerk member Karl Bartos. "Esperanto" means the "international auxiliary language" and the whole album it's about international TV-shows, Show-Biz and music as "international (universal) language" such "Esperanto". I love all tracks, but "Kissing the machine" is the greatest one of this album.
  4. Jun 13,  · Elektric Music: Esperanto - CD Album () - Karl Bartos / Kraftwerk. Condition: Very Good. Ended: 13 Jun, , BST. Price: £ View original item. Sell one like this. CURRENTLY SOLD OUT. Elektric Music Esperanto CD Value Guaranteed From Ebay’s Biggest SELLER. About this product.
  5. Jun 24,  · 01 TV 02 Show Business 03 Kissing The Machine 04 Lifestyle 05 Crosstalk 06 Information 07 Esperanto 08 Overdrive Album English Electric Elektric Music (Esperanto) - Duration: GioJas.
  6. The band released their debut single, "Crosstalk", and then their debut album in In the end, Elektric Music released two albums: "Esperanto" in , and "Elektric Music" in , after which Bartos moved on to a (very satisfying) solo career. "Esperanto" .
  7. The band released their debut single, "Crosstalk", and then their debut album in In the end, Elektric Music released two albums: "Esperanto" in , and "Elektric Music" in , after which Bartos moved on to a (very satisfying) solo career. "Esperanto" /5(18).
  8. Electronic music group founded by Karl Bartos (former member of Kraftwerk) and Lothar Manteuffel (former member of Rheingold) in Their first album Esperanto () features guest vocals by Andy McCluskey (of OMD) on the track Kissing The mieritabrederreviconsiphymoto.coinfo tracks "Crosstalk" and "Overdrive" were co-written with Kraftwerk collaborator Emil Schult, who also created the graphics for early Elektric.

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