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Jan 19, · Some devotees might be offended that Kraftwerk wrote a song that is so emotional and personal, but, personally, I enjoy the iconoclastic nature of this one. The almost orchestral approach to the writing, along with the offbeat subject matter, makes this song intriguing. 6) "Electric Cafe" serves as the coda to this album/5(46).
"Techno Pop" is the second track of album Electric Café by Kraftwerk. The name of the song represented the originally desired name of the album; this desired name was realized in when the album was re-released as Techno Pop in for The Catalogue. The song segues in from the ending of "Boing Boom Tschak". "Music Non Stop, Techno Pop" is the .