Out via the Hamburg-based label Echo Beach on March 1st is the Kraftwerk tribute “Kraft”Dub”Werk” by Kid Loco meets Soul Sugar.
Behind Kid Loco we find Frenchman Jean-Yves Prieur, who released singles like “She”s My Lover” and “Love Me Sweet” and the album “A Grand Love Story”. Guillaume Méténier aka Soul Sugar has been featured on numerous Kid Loco productions for more than twenty years.
The Hamburg label Echo Beach, which has already issued dub commissions for a number of pop and new wave classics, now does it again with dub-versions of some of the greatest classics by German cult-act Kraftwerk. One of the tracks was already released on the compilation “King Size Dub Vol.23”.
The release is out on vinyl and on CD, however the CD includes 4 bonus-tracks.
- Autobahn (Bass Version)
- Antenna (Vox Edit)
- Trans Europa Express
- The Robots
- Neon Lights
- Computer Love
CD bonus tracks:
- The Robots (Dub)
- Trans Europ Express (Dub)
- Antenna (Bonus Beat)
- Autobahn (Nb Edit)
Check out “The Robots” below.
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