Kraftwerk: “We never felt like pop stars”

Kraftwerk members and associates tell the full story of Autobahn in the new Uncut, dated March 2015 and out now.

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Kraftwerk members and associates tell the full story of Autobahn in the new Uncut, dated March 2015 and out now.

Released in 1975, Autobahn changed the world’s idea of Germany and revolutionised electronic music, turning the group into unlikely pop stars at the same time.

“Strangely, we never felt like pop stars, I cannot explain why,” says former Kraftwerk member Wolfgang Flür.

“We were natural guys with natural needs, nothing special. It felt at that time like we were real friends. Until 1981, at least…”

The new Uncut, dated March 2015, is out now.


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