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NEU! - 50!

by NEU!
Edition: 50th Anniversary 5x Vinyl LP Box Set
Condition: New
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Track Listing / Description
A1. Hallogallo
A2. Sonderangebot
A3. Weissensee
B1. Im Glück
B2. Negativland
B3. Lieber Honig
C1. Für Immer (Forever)
C2. Spitzenqualität
C3. Gedenkminute (Für A + K)
C4. Lila Engel (Lilac Angel)
D1. Neuschnee 78
D2. Super 16
D3. Neuschnee
D4. Cassetto
D5. Super 78
D6. Hallo Excentrico!
D7. Super
E1. Isi
E2. Seeland
E3. Leb' Wohl
F1. Hero
F2. E-Musik
F3. After Eight
G1. Im Glück (The National Remix)
G2. Weissensee (Fink Version)
H1. Super (Mogwai Remix)                                                                          
H2. Alexis Taylor – “4+1=5”                                                                                    
I1. Hallogallo (Stephen Morris and Gabe Gurnsey Remix)
I2. Lieber Honig (Yann Tiersen Remix)
I3. Super (Man Man Cover)                                                   
J1. Negativland (Idles Negative Space Rework)
J2. Guerilla Toss - "Zum Herz"                                                                                
J3. After Eight (They Hate Change Cover)
NEU! announce the release of a brand new boxset marking the 50th anniversary of their first record, with a Tribute album featuring reworks from The National, Idles, Alexis Taylor (Hot Chip), Mogwai, Fink, Stephen Morris (New Order) & more, set for release on 23rd September. NEU!’s influence is undeniable. Klaus Dinger and Michael Rother, who had both previously been members of Kraftwerk, are a product not only of West Germany but of Düsseldorf. Like other experimental bands of the late 60s and early 70s gathered under the banner of Krautrock, they were driven by a mixture of political and artistic imperatives to reject the cliches and conventions of orthodox, blues-based Anglo-American rock and create a music that was, formally, West German in origin.