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Kohoutek - Kometenmelodie
Numero di catalogo:
6003 356
MP3 dimensione dell'album:
2482 mb
FLAC dimensione dell'album:
2790 mb


1Kohoutek - Kometenmelodie (Version 1)4:08
2Kohoutek - Kometenmelodie (Version 2)4:29


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
6003 356Kraftwerk Kohoutek - Kometenmelodie ‎(7", Single, Sol)Philips6003 356Germany1973
noneKraftwerk Kohoutek - Kometenmelodie ‎(CDr, Single, Ltd, Promo, Unofficial)Electro Planet noneUkraine2008


Herausgeber: Phonogram GmbH
Made in Germany

Codici a barre

  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): 10 AA6003356 1F 320 1 [Sideways 'A1']
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): 10 AA6003356 2F 320 1 [Sideways 'A1']
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side A): AA 6003 356 1.F
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side B): AA 6003 356 2.F


  • Distributed By – Phonogram GmbH
  • Published By – Kling Klang
  • Printed By – Gebrüder Jänecke
  • Lacquer Cut At – Phonodisc GmbH
  • Pressed By – Phonodisc GmbH



Kraftwerk - Kohoutek-Kometenmelodie Full 7-Inch EP . Kraftwerk - Kometenmelodie 2 - Продолжительность: 5:32. Kraftwerk - Ralf And Florian Full Album 1973 - Продолжительность: 37:57 Antonio Torres . Kraftwerk - Kohoutek-Kometenmelodie 1973. To favorites 2 Download album. Listen album. The tracks released on the A- and B-sides of the single are in reverse order to the re-made versions recorded for the Autobahn album some months later: on this single the fast arrangement is part one and the slower arrangement part two. Songs in album Kraftwerk - Kohoutek-Kometenmelodie 1973. Kraftwerk - Kohoutek Melodie 1. Kraftwerk - Kohoutek Melodie 2. Kometenmelodie 2 English title: Comet Melody 2 is an instrumental track by German electronic music group Kraftwerk. It was released in 1974 as their second single, taken from their fourth studio album Autobahn. The track is named for Comet Kohoutek. German 7 single Philips 6003 466. Kometenmelodie 2 3:05. Mitternacht 3:40. UK 7 single Vertigo 6147 015. Comet Melody 2 2:49. Kristallo 6:19. Kohoutek-Kometenmelodie is a song by German band Kraftwerk. The song did not appear in any of their albums, but it was released as their the first single in December 1973. Conny Plank's contribution to the sound was evident when comparing the album version of Kometenmelodie 1 and Kometenmelodie 2 with the demo-quality single Kohoutek-Kometenmelodie, that had been recorded without his input. Kohoutek-Kometenmelodie Version 1 - 4:08. Kohoutek-Kometenmelodie Version 2 - 4:29. Kraftwerk 컬렉션을 완성하세요. Band Name Kraftwerk. Album Name Kohoutek-Kometenmelodie. Type EP. Released date 1973. Labels Philips. Music StyleNew-Wave. Members owning this album0. Kohoutek-Kometenmelodie 2. Buy this album. buy buy buy buy buy buy buy. Learn more. Other productions from Kraftwerk. Tour de France Soundtracks. Boing Boom Tschak - A Tribute to Kraftwerk. Kraftwerk - Kohoutek - Kometenmelodie 1973 Philips - 6003 356, Vinyl 7 Single, Germany. Kohoutek - Kometenmelodie Version 1 4:10 B. Kohoutek - Kometenmelodie Version 2 4:30. Read about Kohoutek-Kometenmelodie from Kraftwerk's Super Group Festival and see the artwork, lyrics and similar - Kometenmelodie is a music singlesepsfan clubpromo recording by KRAFTWERK Progressive ElectronicProgressive Rock released in 1973 on cd, lp, vinyl andor cassette. Kohoutek-Kometenmelodie 1 4:08 2. Total Time: 8:37. Line-up, Musicians. Kraftwerk's first single, Kohoutek Kometenmelodie, released in 1973 as 7 before Autobahn album. The order of Kometenmelodie I and Kometenmelodie II is the other way around than it is on the album - fast part coming first, slow - after. kraftwerk kohoutek kometenmelodie kometenmelodie single 7 1973 &florian ralf ralf und florian autobahn. Seems a little quiet over here

  • Valawye
Probably the first track in popular music that contains a repetitive bass sequence. It starts like a regular Krautrock tune, and developes a SynthPop atmosphere. But after three minutes it turns into something that many people would call a proto-EBM track. This basic line shows you that the true inventor of Electronic Body Music was German Krautrock master Conny Plank who produced Kraftwerk, DAF, Liaisons Dangereuses and many others. He put the synthesizers (Moog, Korg etc.) in a Marshall guitar amp... and that's the sound that came out of it.
  • Morlurne
I like this version, sound has more dreaming feeling, but this single is so expensive
  • Kabandis
it was released during the RALF AND FLORIAN era
but this song song appeared later in a different way on AUTOBAHN
  • Ber
This one makes a pretty damn good example of an oddity, as both sides reflect work in progress - pieces in radically different form, rarely heard in the Kraftwerk catalogue, considering they always deliver a final concept-album product with most of their single releases only slightly remixed or ungratefully edited from the original album environment.

That said, "Version 1" here is only slightly deceptive, starting with the exact spooky whistling intro (as if it's the exact cut from the "Autobahn's" crossover between "Kometenmelodie" pts 1 and 2) - but suddenly the piece becomes more intriguing as it bursts into a psychedelic tune this side of Neu!. "Version 2" is way slower and is brought in a more acoustic, albeit equally edgier sound.

The baby of a single that's pushing synth buttons to great effect and in the right direction. A beautifully rough studio sketch of what would become a proper suite on the group's landmark album a year later.
  • Unh
still a great record, because it's the "blueprint" :-)