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Ou Tchi Gah Means German Pioneers at Work

Eberhard Kranemann and Harald Grosskopf have long histories in experimental German music, counting among their credits Kraftwerk, Ash Ra Tempel, Neu!, Wallenstein, and more. In 2017 they got together for an album they called Krautwerk.

by Jon Davis, Published 2017-06-27


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Related artist(s): Harald Grosskopf, Eberhard Kranemann

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