Dusseldorf's premier man-machines continue to travel the world with their Catalogue 3-D show, a trawl through their bulging discography accompanied by fizzing three-dimensional visuals. This CD, which first hit stores some years back, gathers together highlights from shows in such dramatic locations as the Tate Modern in London and New York's Museum of Modern Art. The versions of familiar Kraftwerk staples are, for the most part, pretty good; check, for example, the bustling, bass-driven electro wobble of the suite of tracks from 1986's Techno-Pop album, the up-tempo cheeriness of "The Robots" and the hard-edged madness of "Numbers" and "Computer World", a seamless workout that still sounds like the future nearly 40 years after is was first recorded.
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