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"She's a model and she's looking good/I'd like to take her home, that's understood/She plays hard to get, she smiles from time to time/It only takes a camera to change her mind..."
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The Man-Machine is a 1978 album by the German electronic band Kraftwerk. It was first released in German under the name Die Mensch-Machine, but later got an English release as well. The album is often considered one of their best, having spawned some of their most famous songs such as "The Robots", "The Model"note  and the Title Track.

Tracklist

Side One

  1. "The Robots" (6:11)
  2. "Spacelab" (5:51)
  3. "Metropolis" (5:59)

Side Two

  1. "The Model" (3;38)
  2. "Neon Lights" (9:03)
  3. "The Man-Machine" (5:28)

Personnel

  • Ralf Hütter: electronics, keyboards
  • Florian Schneider: synthesizer, vocoder, Votrax
  • Karl Bartos and Wolfgang Flür: electronic drums


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