Famous Births and Deaths on this day in history
|KRAFTWERK||VenueColston Hall Bristol
Date17 June 2017
Not seen Kraftwerk since the Computer World tour of 1982
Tickets sold out very quick but we managed to get in at Bristol on an absolutely glorious day. Plenty of drink before hand, a necessity as we were going dressed up in traditional red shirt and ties.
Kraftwerk did not disappoint, never sure how much they actually play live but that’s not the point. It’s the total visual and sound experience of one of musics great pioneers that counts.
02. Computer World
03. It’s More Fun to Compute
04. Computer Love
05. The Man-Machine
07. The Model
08. Neon Lights
11. Intermission / News
12. Geiger Counter / Radioactivity
13. Electric Cafe
14. Tour De France / Prologue / Etape 1 / Chrono / Etape 2
15. Trans Europe Express / Metal on Metal / Abzug
16. The Robots
18. Planet of Visions
19. Boing Boom Tschak / Techno Pop / Music Non Stop
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