Tour de France Soundtracks is the tenth studio album by German electronic music band Kraftwerk, released in August It was re-released in October under the title Tour de France. The album was recorded for the th anniversary of the first Tour de France bicycle race, although it missed its intended release. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Tour de France - Kraftwerk on AllMusic - - Among electronic artists (as well as virtually. 28 Jun Miguel Indurain won five Tour de France Yellow Jerseys in a row between '91 and '95, so arguably he earned a song in his honour. However, the song is know what will. The music instantly takes you back to Poupou's heyday of the 60s ' and early 70s', when French riders were very much in contention.
The centenary of the Tour de France marks the conceptual starting line for Kraftwerk's first album in over a decade. From the chunky cyber-funk of "Vitamin" to the restless metallic shimmers of "Aéro Dynamik," this is emphatically the sound of 21st century techno visionaries. "Displays more intellectual rigor, subtle discipline. **Intro** Kraftwerk released a single by the same name as this full album in Fans were excited when they released this album in It has a lot more Tour De France themed music on it than the previous single, and the additional music is substantial, not filler. Most Kraftwerk fans like their older work better, but unlike . The Original Kraftwerk Classic that was Originally Released after Computer World in and Didn't Appear on a Kraftwerk Album Until 20 Years Later. Includes the Original 7", 12" and Francois Kervorkian 12" Mixes plus a Very Special Bonus: An Enhanced Rare Video Track! a Real Find for Kraftwerkphiles!.
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