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Kraftwerk - 3-D (Der Katalog) Album

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1Franz Schubert1:12
6Das Model3:38
8Metall Auf Metall2:08
10 Computerwelt
12Die Mensch • Maschine5:08
13Ohm Sweet Ohm2:58
14Die Stimme Der Energie0:51
20It's More Fun To Compute1:03
26 Radio-Aktivität
27Kometenmelodie 23:30
28 Die Mensch • Maschine
29Techno Pop2:46
31Musik Non Stop7:45
33Trans Europa Express3:21
37La Forme6:19
38Aero Dynamik5:59
39Electric Cafe3:50
40Etape 24:59
41Sex Objekt5:30
42 Trans Europa Express
43 Tour De France
44Der Telefon Anruf2:45
45Etape 13:46
46Planet Der Visionen7:52
47Europa Endlos5:52
48 Autobahn
50House Phone2:30
51 Techno Pop
52Kometenmelodie 15:29
54Tour De France4:18
55 The Mix
56Radio Sterne2:19
58Boing Boom Tschak2:33
61Elektro Kardiogramm4:37
64Die Roboter7:44


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
0190295873424Kraftwerk 3-D (The Catalogue) ‎(Box, Dlx + CD, Album, P/Mixed + CD, Album, P/Mixed)Parlophone, Kling Klang0190295873424Europe2017
0190295873578Kraftwerk 3-D (Der Katalog) ‎(Box, Dlx + CD, Album + CD, Album, MP + CD, Album +)Parlophone, Kling Klang0190295873578Europe2017
0190295923518Kraftwerk 3-D (The Catalogue) ‎(Box + LP, Album + LP, Album + LP, Album + LP, Albu)Parlophone, Kling Klang0190295923518Europe2017
noneKraftwerk 3-D - Radioaktivität ‎(CD, Album, RP)Parlophone, Kling KlangnoneGermany2017
0190295924959Kraftwerk 3-D (The Catalogue) ‎(4xBlu-ray, Multichannel, Dol + Box)Parlophone, Kling Klang0190295924959UK2017


  • GraphicsJohann Zambryski
  • Mastered ByHenning Schmitz
  • Mastered By [DMM]John Cremer
  • Mixed ByFritz Hilpert
  • Recorded BySerge Gräfe


Sticker on front of the box on cellophan reading:
'8 Album Vinyl Box-Set
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Neue Aufnahmen 2012-2016
Album 7 / Headphone Surround 3D
+ download card'

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  • Barcode: 0190295923501
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout LP1 side A): BG48314-01 A1 JV 923 358+495-A1 J.C.2016
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  • Rights Society: GEMA/MCPS
  • Label Code: LC04513
  • Other (Cat # LP1): 0190295923358
  • Other (Cat # LP2): 0190295923341
  • Other (Cat # LP3): 0190295923334
  • Other (Cat # LP4): 0190295923303
  • Other (Cat # LP5): 0190295923297
  • Other (Cat # LP6): 0190295923280
  • Other (Cat # LP7): 0190295923273
  • Other (Cat # LP8): 0190295923266


  • Licensed To – Parlophone Records Ltd.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Ralf Hütter
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Kraftwerk
  • Copyright (c) – Ralf Hütter
  • Copyright (c) – Kraftwerk
  • Pressed By – Optimal Media GmbH – BG48314
  • Pressed By – Optimal Media GmbH – BG48321
  • Pressed By – Optimal Media GmbH – BG49270
  • Pressed By – Optimal Media GmbH – BG49608
  • Pressed By – Optimal Media GmbH – BG49264
  • Pressed By – Optimal Media GmbH – BG49267
  • Pressed By – Optimal Media GmbH – BG49915
  • Pressed By – Optimal Media GmbH – BG48483
  • Published By – Kling Klang Musik
  • Published By – Sony / ATV Music Publishing
  • Published By – Warner/Chappell
  • Recorded At – The Museum Of Modern Art, New York
  • Recorded At – Kunstsammlung Düsseldorf
  • Recorded At – Tate Modern
  • Recorded At – Akasaka Blitz
  • Recorded At – Sydney Opera House
  • Recorded At – Walt Disney Concert Hall
  • Recorded At – Burgtheater, Wien
  • Recorded At – Fondation Louis Vuitton, Paris
  • Recorded At – Neue Nationalgalerie, Berlin
  • Recorded At – Paradiso Amsterdam
  • Recorded At – DR Koncerthuset
  • Recorded At – Den Norske Opera
  • Recorded At – Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao
  • Mixed At – Klingklang Studio
  • Mastered At – Railroad Tracks
  • Mastered At – Studio X.1


3-D The Catalogue German: 3-D Der Katalog is the second official live album by German electronic music band Kraftwerk. It was released on 26 May 2017 and was released on several formats, including a four-disc Blu-ray box set, an eight-disc CD box set and a nine-disc vinyl box set. It comprises of live versions of every Kraftwerk song from Autobahn 1974 to Tour de France Soundtracks 2003. The performances were recorded between April 2012 and October 2016 at venues around the world. The album was. Посмотреть сведения об участниках альбома, рецензии, композиции и приобрести альбом 2017 Box Set от 3-D Der Katalog на free to Kraftwerk 3-D Der Katalog Autobahn, Kometenmelodie 1 and more. 69 tracks 338:03. 50 видео Воспроизвести все Микс KRAFTWERK 3-D THE 3-D der Katalog. PagesPublic figureMusicianBandKraftwerkVideosKRAFTWERK 3D THE CATALOGUE. KRAFTWERK-3-D Der katalog us import CD new. Ils . Top Rated Seller. All compositions of the 8 original albums. New recordings 3D audio and video. Blu-ray box-set 4 Disks. Virtual 3-D speaker simulation. On standard headphonesear plugs. pcm stereo 48KHZ24BIT . Video 3-D, 2-D. Blu-raydvd-set 2 disks. Blu-ray 12345678. dolby atmos 3-D sound . 1 surround compatible. headphone surround 3-D . video 3-D, 2-D . DVD 12345678. Kraftwerk - Der Maschinenmensch Rare German Cd 1999 The Robots Tour De France. Genre: Pop. Kraftwerk - 3-D der katalog o-card CD new. Kraftwerk Trans europa express remaster CD new. KRAFTWERK 3-D Der Katalog. Kraftwerk Kult non-stop Die Kultband Kraftwerk begab sich in den letzten Jahren auf eine mehrere Kontinente umspannende Konzertreise, auf der sie alle ach. Florian Schneider Computer Love New Wave Music One Step Beyond Soul Funk Club Kids Modern Artists Electronic Music Music Bands. Kraftwerk - Numbers, Computer Love. Kraftwerk have announced a new live album and 3D film collection. The pioneering German electronic outfit have toured a number of their classic albums in full in recent years, putting on lavish 3D shows which have been billed as multi-media presentations. Kraftwerk have now announced a new live release, 3D The Catalogue. Audio and visual recordings of the band playing such albums as Autobahn, Tour De France and Techno Pop in full will be included in the new collection, along with performances of five other classic Kraftwerk albums Radioactivity, Trans Europe Express, The Man-Machine, Computer World, and The Mix


Comments: (25)
Yet another unnecessary and completely redundant re-re-release of re-recycled material, but reordered to fool fans into thinking they have something "new". Only Ralf Hutter remains in the band. The other three are replaceable scabs. And people bitch because KISS has only 2 replacement members. Ralf, now all alone, cannot write new material. Heck! At least The Beatles have more bootlegs than studio material released, and these range from half written, discarded unreleased material, to rehearsals and alternate takes or versions of known songs. Kraftwerk has nothing. And even at the concerts, how do we know we are not hearing pre-recorded tapes while Ralf and the 3 scabs just pretend to perform their "instruments"? Stick with the original albums or The Catalogue. I have the German one from 2009 and bought the English LPs. The red box set is shit.
The whole "3-D Katalog" thing seems more like a sad attempt by Mr. Hütter to finally erase any links with the past, thus re-interpreting the classics with the current line-up. In 1980, OMD wrote the song "Pretending to see the future". Kraftwerk now sadly sound like pretending never to have been there... Sorry.
Ralf Hutter is the "Gene Simmons" of the band. Isn't it obvious?
it's interesting that Kratwerk is now basically a franchise. Which you have to admit is very Kraftwerk. And of course they've blown me away every time i've seen them, but of course there's a strong spiritual connection there, in the cold light of day these recordings do feel a bit "meh", don't they?
I think you're being rather charitable and believe that this release was motivated by nothing other than greed. I mean, do we really accept that this is even still Kraftwerk?!
This is a brilliant release. The sounds, mixing and energy are all amazing - especially on this Vinyl box set. I know many think 'is it worth it, again!'? But yes it really is. Really really nice sound and beautiful pressing. Somebody below rants on about production and mixing etc - he either has not actually heard this on vinyl, or has a cheapo system. And no, you can't buy my copy.
Keep your copy. I downloaded the entire box set for free from the internet. Decided it is crap, and a ripoff, and deleted the FLAC files from my computer. But if you want to sell it, write me and let me know how much you'll be willing to pay me to take it off your hands.
According to Kraftwerk's official website, the vinyl releases use a 24 bit/48kHz digital master.
Let's clear something: 1.- There's no such as 3D headphone surround (Even if there's a software "Spatial Audio Designer" for under ProTools for it). I don't detail it here.2.-Terrible production! Unbearably plastic softwares all along substituted with the real analog and digital synths they once used. 3.- The mixing is horrible. Kickdrums has no punch, middle and "high" tone carriers are tastelessly boosted. 4.- Most of the songs are overcomed in a hurry and they has lost their original charm of freely playing with the time and more with the timelessness. That was one of their strenght - it's simply lost.I think all the versions has just become worse with the time, altough they shows all the fine goods they never really satisfy the expectations. Most of the tracks were decorated, some sounds became more audible but all is like a bloody PC-software. All is OK, if they are concert versions but not from Kraftwerk. The direction since the software musicing is horrible. Tour de France 2003 was an absolutely amatheur studio-productionwise and it seems the direction stayed in the same trail and became even worse by now. Pity, I can't tell anything good about the release. Simply nothing. I'm sorry the most. As I see, they are censoring the reviews and ereases what they don't like. I'm curious when will this one be deleted.
So, this is the 2nd time I received the new box set. The first time I ordered the english version, the second was the german version. Both releases have the same shitty vinyl, lots of artifacts like adhesive residues and noises like grinding sounds and crackling, which really disturbs listening to the actual music. It really upsets you especially when you listening to the quieter passages. I sent my box sets back, got my money back, because most of the records of today are inferior vinyl. Every third release I have to send back because of the issues above. It's sad and disappointing, so I decided to buy no longer vinyl until they have solve the problems. Blu Ray or CD are, unfortunately, the best choice at the moment. These "Retro times" will hopefully end soon.
Fast Lovebird
Why persist with CD or any physical media, in that case...?— Although I have a vinyl box set copy of the thing, I listen to The Catalogue on Tidal wirelessly (on Kef LS50W), and it's bit-for-bit perfect, you can float in a world of Kraftwerk sound. If Kraftwerk have decided to release this project in so many different formats (with a strong emphasis on 3D technology and headphone surround mix), it would be foolish to think that it's only a marketing decision, in my experience they always have a logical and artistic reason behind their publishing decisions. It may take a long time to understand that reason (e.g. Expo 2000, now renamed Planet of Visions, which in retrospect is very much in sync with this project), but there is always one.
"What can be more "Retro times" than vinyl?"Answer: QUALITY PRESSING - that would be a very nice "Retro".
What can be more "Retro times" than vinyl? Maybe the phonograph cylinder but only just.
Why persist with vinyl? CDs were invented because of decades of this crap.
I say "no thanks" to this release. Will stay with the originals + Minimum Maximum. Have heard the snippets and the new recordings are even worse.Why can't Kraftwerk just release a new album instead of this? Much, much easier and simpler.
Rich Vulture
Ralf can't write anymore. Kraftwerk is greater as a team than as separate parts. For more proof, go and listen to the other former members' solo albums. Not one of them compares favorably with anything they released when in the band.
I saw them at The Royal Albert Hall last week - epic stuff! Bought this and the 2 x LP....
You wasted your money. This red box set is 100% kraut krap.
Hello, one question. If the albums were reinterpreted live and recorded the places indicated, how is it possible that there are two editions? One in English and one in German.Thanks in advance.
They probably played the English vocal tracks backwards, stuck them back on the songs, and labeled them "German".
They did this with Minimum Maximum was with the English and German versions having different recordings one in English and one in German. However, having listed / watched all the Blu-rays from the x4 disk deluxe box set, from my perspective it feels like they are the latest recordings "as performed live" rather than actual live recordings given you can't hear the audience. Meaning it's quite easy for them to switch the audio and video from German to English given the video content is mainly the images from the screens behind the band when they play live. Sound and video quality is fantastic though!
Hi, the music can be recorded at different locations and/or during different sessions
Great box set with slightly reworks on the old tracks. Sounds great!Only one negative point: packaging. The box is so tough, you nearly can't take out the covers, or change to smooth inner sleeves for better protection.
For all who want to catch up on the roots of EDM and/or Hip Hop and/or Electro. Or just Krautrock and/or electronic music in general. Or for all who already acknowledge their immense contribution: it is a must have. My entry point was Das Model (1978-12 years old, fell of my chair) and followed their music ever since. The only downside for me back then was the non-dancability; I needed to wait another 10 years until House & Techno music to appear in the clubs to make it whole. I went to the Computer World concert in Paradiso and was pleasantly suprised with the sound quality and so do the records sound too. Excellent. Of course you need the German version. Selbstverständlich brauchen Sie den Deutsche Version.The Radio Activity contains Japanese language.
The sounds comes clear and great out of the speakers and the complete box are a beautiful piece of the biggest electronic band of all time!
Kraftwerk - 3-D (Der Katalog) Album
Electro, Experimental
Performer: Kraftwerk
Title: 3-D (Der Katalog)
Category: Electronic
Country: Europe
Released: 26 May 2017
Label: Kling Klang, Parlophone
Catalog #: 0190295923501
Rating: 4.4/5
Votes: 165
Record Source: Box Set Vinyl, LP, Album Vinyl, LP, Album Vinyl, LP, Album Vinyl, LP, Album Vinyl, LP, Album Vinyl, LP, Album 2 × Vinyl, LP, Album, Headphone Surround 3D Vinyl, LP, Album