Guardian Posts Rare Ralf Hutter Kraftwerk Interview

Read all about it      19/06/09
Guardian Posts Rare Ralf Hutter Kraftwerk Interview
Can you spot the only original member?

Not much to say about this apart from the fact that interviews with Kraftwerk members are the rarest of rare things - Johnny Harris of the Guardian, cuaght up with Ralf Hütter prior to their Manchester gig at the Velodrome on the 2nd July as part of the Manchester International Festival. Read it all here: Thanks to @Cassieldotcom for spotting this one.

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The Guvnor    Said...

I can't understand how Hutter says he works long hours in the studio every day, and yet the band have only essentially produced one album of new music since 1986.

What does he do all day, redecorate? No wonder the other members have all left out of frustration. Maybe the 'other three' should get together to form a new band.

19-Jun-09 07:32 AM


CR78    Said...

"Maybe the 'other three' should get together to form a new band."

Brilliant idea Guv.

Call themselves 'Reichwerk'. ;)

19-Jun-09 09:54 AM


The Guvnor    Said...

I think anything with the words 'Kraft' or 'Werk' in the band name and Hutter would immediately jump on the phone and call his lawyer (despite him saying that he hates using the thing).

19-Jun-09 01:53 PM


S R Dhain    Said...

other than the wolfgang flur book and karl bartos' mumblings years back, kraftwerk interviews are about as fathomable as an escher drawing.

I wonder if the old stuff will be remastered in 5.1 DTS..that would REALLY be something else.

05-Jul-09 01:28 PM


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