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Mute Records Daniel Miller’s Top Five Krautrock Albums

Daniel Miller, founder of Mute Records and The Normal, reveals his Top Five Krautrock Albums of All Time.
Daniel Miller, founder of Mute Records and The Normal, reveals his Top Five Krautrock Albums of All Time.
“The Krautrock era was a very important time in German cultural history because they were the first post-war generation to come of age and wanted to reinvent their own culture.”
“The Krautrock era was a very important time in German cultural history because they were the first post-war generation to come of age and wanted to reinvent their own culture.”
“It sends shivers up my spine every time I hear it and is the most complete concept that they’ve done.”
“It sends shivers up my spine every time I hear it and is the most complete concept that they’ve done.”
“An amazing statement about the past and destroying it.”
“An amazing statement about the past and destroying it.”
“What Can sounded like was what I expected Grateful to sound like.”
“What Can sounded like was what I expected Grateful to sound like.”
“It was so all over the place and they made weird noises and that really appealled to me.”
“It was so all over the place and they made weird noises and that really appealled to me.”

Daniel Miller’s Mute Records has been going for 35 years and is one of the few remaining indie labels that launched in the 70’s. Daniel inadvertently founded the label when he released his own production “T.V.O.D.” / “Warm Leatherette” under the name The Normal. Here he reveals why he loves Krautrock and his favourite five albums from the genre to Classic Album Sundays.

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  1. Erick

    This guy knows what he said!

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