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  2. The Man-Machine is closer to the sound and style that would define early new wave electro-pop -- less minimalistic in its arrangements and more complex and danceable in its underlying rhythms. Like its predecessor, Trans-Europe Express, there is the feel of a divided concept album, with some songs devoted to science fiction-esque links between humans and technology, often 9/
  3. The Man-Machine (German: Die Mensch-Maschine) is the seventh studio album by German electronic music band malomebuhisi.nophodibemarripencisinsathena.co was released on by Kling Klang in Germany and by Capitol Records elsewhere. A further refinement of their mechanical style, the album saw the group incorporate more danceable rhythms and less minimalistic arrangements. It includes the Genre: Electronic, synth-pop.
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  7. the record deal files by abscess, released 01 January 1. File 1 - Hard Intro [Unreleased Track] 2. File 2 - Violence Party [First Version] 3. File 3 - Victims [First Version] 4. File 4 - Introduction 5. File 5 - Electric Anger 6. File 6 - Stranger in your Body [Unreleased Track HQ] 7. File 7 - Deathline aka "Raise Up" [First Version] 8.
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