Kraftwerk - "kraftwerk" - complete album - released in November 1970.

Personnel:


Ralf Hütter: organ, guitar, tubon, cover design
Florian Schneider-Esleben: flute, violin, percussion
Andreas Hohmann: drums on tracks 1 and 2
Klaus Dinger: drums on track 4
Original country: Düsseldorf, West Germany
Style of music: krautrock

Additional Personnel:

Konrad "Conny" Plank: sound engineer, production
Klaus Löhmer: assistant sound engineer

(01) "Ruckzuck" (00:00)
(02) "Stratovarius" (07:53)
(03) "Megaherz" (19:56)
(04) "Vom Himmel Hoch" (29:30)



Kraftwerk - "Autobahn" - complete 2009 reissued version of this album - original album was released in November 1974.

Personnel (2009 reissued version):

Ralf Hütter: voice, electronics, synthesizer, organ, piano, guitar, electronic drums, artwork reconstruction
Florian Schneider: voice, vocoder, electronics, synthesizer, flute, electronic drums
Original country: Düsseldorf, West Germany
Style of music: krautrock

Additional Personnel:

Wolfgang Flür: electronic drums on tracks 2 and 3
Klaus Röder: electric violin on track 4
Johann Zambryski: artwork reconstruction

(01) "Autobahn " ("Motorway") (00:00)
(02) "Kometenmelodie 1" ("Comet Melody 1") (22:42)
(03) "Kometenmelodie 2" ("Comet Melody 2") (29:34)
(04) "Mitternacht" ("Midnight") (34:37)
(05) "Morgenspaziergang" ("Morning Walk") (38:40)



Kraftwerk - "Radio-Activity" - complete 2009 remastered version of this album which includes 5 bonus tracks - original album was released in October 1975.

Personnel:

Ralf Hütter: voice, synthesizer, Minimoog, Vako Orchestron model A, drum machine, electronics
Florian Schneider: voice, vocoder, votrax, synthesizer and electronics
Karl Bartos: electronic percussion
Wolfgang Flür: electronic percussion
Original country: Düsseldorf, West Germany
Style of music: krautrock

Additional Personnel:

Peter Bollig: technical engineer, Kling Klang Studio, Düsseldorf, Germany
Walter Quintus: sound mix engineer, Rüssl Studio, Hamburg, Germany
Robert Franke: photography
Emil Schult: artwork
Johann Zambryski: artwork reconstruction on the 2009 remastered edition

Original Album Tracks:

(01) "Geiger Counter" (00:00)
(02) "Radioactivity" (01:08)
(03) "Radioland" (07:49)
(04) "Airwaves" (13:40)
(05) "Intermission" (18:21)
(06) "News" (19:00)
(07) "The Voice Of Energy" (20:17)
(08) "Antenna" (21:12)
(09) "Radio Stars" (24:54)
(10) "Uranium" (28:28)
(11) "Transistor" (29:55)
(12) "Ohm Sweet Ohm" (32:09)

2009 Remastered Album Bonus Tracks:

(13) "Radioactivity" (single edit) (37:50)
(14) "Antenna" (single edit) (41:09)
(15) "Geiger Counter" / "Radioactivity" (live version) (44:16)
(16) "Airwaves" (live version) (53:08)
(17) "The Voice Of Energy" / "Radio Stars" / "Ohm Sweet Ohm" (live version) (1:01:52)



Kraftwerk - "Trans-Europa Express" - complete album plus 10 bonus tracks - original album was released in March 1977.

Personnel:

Ralf Hütter: voice, synthesizer, orchestron, synthanorma-sequenzer, electronics, producer
Florian Schneider: voice, vocoder, votrax, synthesizer, electronics, producer
Karl Bartos: electronic percussion
Wolfgang Flür: electronic percussion
Original country: Düsseldorf, West Germany
Style of music: krautrock

Additional Personnel:

Peter Bollig: engineer
Bill Haverson: engineer (The Record Plant, Hollywood California)
Thomas Kuckuck: engineer (Rüssl Studio, Hamburg, Germany)
Maurice Seymour: photography
J. Stara: photography
Günther Fröhling: photography (2009 remaster only)
Ink Studios: typographic design
Johann Zambryski: artwork reconstruction (2009 remaster)

Original Album Tracks:

(01) "Europe Endless" (00:00)
(02) "The Hall Of Mirrors" (09:42)
(03) "Showroom Dummies" (17:39)
(04) "Trans-Europe Express" (23:54)
(05) "Metal On Metal" (30:31)
(06) "Abzug" (32:42)
(07) "Franz Schubert" (37:37)
(08) "Endless Endless" (42:04)

Additional Bonus Tracks:

(09) "Les Mannequins" (French version) (43:01)
(10) "Les Mannequins" (single version) (49:02)
(11) "Showroom Dummies" (remix) (51:43)
(12) "Showroom Dummies" (special Disco version) (54:22)
(13) "The Hall Of Mirrors" (single edit) (1:00:21)
(14) "Trans-Europe Express" (single edit) (1:05:01)
(15) "Trans-Europe Express" (instrumental) (1:08:54)
(16) "Trans-Europe Express" / "Metal On Metal" (long version) (1:12:14)
(17) "Europe Endless" (live at Paradiso '76) (1:25:55)
(18) "Trans-Europe Express" (live at Paradiso '76) (1:39:15)



Kraftwerk - "The Man-Machine" - complete album - released in May 1978.

Personnel:

Ralf Hütter: album concept, artwork reconstruction on 2009 remastered version, cover, electronics, keyboards, orchestron, production, Synthanorma Sequenzer, synthesiser, vocoder, voice
Florian Schneider: album concept, electronics, production, synthesiser, vocoder, Votrax
Karl Bartos: electronic drums
Wolfgang Flür: electronic drums
Original country: Düsseldorf, West Germany
Style of music: krautrock

Additional Personnel:

Günther Fröhling: photography
Leanard Jackson: engineer
Karl Klefisch: lettering
Joschko Rudas: engineer
Henning Schmitz: engineering assistance
Johann Zambryski: artwork reconstruction on 2009 remastered version: :
Recorded at: Kling Klang Studios, Düsseldorf, Germany
Mixed at: Studio Rudas, Düsseldorf, Germany

(01) "The Robots" ("Die Roboter") (00:00)
(02) "Spacelab" (03:40)
(03) "Metropolis" (09:37)
(04) "The Model" ("Das Model") (15:45)
(05) "Neon Lights" ("Neonlicht") (19:30)
(06) "The Man Machine" ("Die Mensch-Maschine") (22:55)



Kraftwerk - "Computer World" - complete album - released in May 1981.

Personnel:

Ralf Hütter: album concept, artwork reconstruction, cover, electronics, keyboards, mixing, orchestron, production, recording, Synthanorma Sequenzer, synthesiser, vocoder, voice
Florian Schneider: album concept, cover, electronics, mixing, production, recording, speech synthesis, synthesiser, vocoder
Karl Bartos: electronic percussion
Original country: Düsseldorf, West Germany
Style of music: krautrock

Additional Personnel:

Emil Schult: cover
Günter Fröhling: photography
Johann Zambryski: artwork reconstruction

(01) "Computer World" ("Computerwelt") (00:00)
(02) "Pocket Calculator" ("Taschenrechner") (05:15)
(03) "Numbers" ("Nummern") (10:15)
(04) "Computer World 2" ("Computerwelt 2") (13:35)
(05) "Computer Love" ("Computerliebe") (17:06)
(06) "Home Computer" ("Heimcomputer") (24:31)
(07) "It's More Fun To Compute" (30:50)



Kraftwerk - "Electric Café" - complete album - released in November 1986.

Personnel:

Ralf Hütter: voice, vocoder, keyboards, electronics, mixing engineer
Florian Schneider: vocoder, speech synthesis
Original country: Düsseldorf, West Germany
Style of music: krautrock

Additional Personnel:

Karl Bartos: electronic percussion and voice on "The Telephone Call")
Henning Schmitz: sound engineer, Kling Klang Studio
Joachim Dehmann: sound engineer, Kling Klang Studio
Fred Maher: music data transfer, Axis Studio, New York City, New York
Bill Miranda: music data transfer
François Kevorkian: mixing, Right Track, New York City, New York
Ron St. Germain: mixing, Right Track, New York City, New York
Bob Ludwig: mastering
Hubert Kretzschmar: graphic design
Wolfgang Flür: album collaborator

(01) "Boing Boom Tschak"
(02) "Techno Pop"
(03) "Musique Non-Stop"
(04) "The Telephone Call" ("Der Telefon-Anruf")
(05) "Sex Object" ("Sex Objekt")
(06) "Electric Café"