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Oct 16, 2006 | 11:06 PM EDT
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4 min 15 sec
4.20 / 5.00

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my rendition of Kraftwerk's "Computer Love"

EDIT: Coldplay used the melody in their 2005 song "Talk," but Kraftwerk released "Computer Love" in 1981. This is a cover of the Kraftwerk song. THIS IS NOT A COLDPLAY SONG.



Rated 5 / 5 stars


I´m a big fan of Kraftwerk and this interpretation is awesome, very good woork.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Jeez, you guys.

I don't know why this is so hard to get. The ORIGINAL song, "Computer love", was released as a bonus track on the album "Master of puppets" by Adolf Hitler in 1492 when he toured america with Columbus. Afterwards, Kraftwerk released a song using the same melody in 1158 (They went back in time so they could get a review from king Richard the second) and finally Cold Play made a remix of that, which they released in 1981 under two separate names; "Talk" in America and most of Europe, but also as "Never gonna give you up" in southern Iraq. Resulting in the most pathetic rick roll attempt in history.

Good remix though.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

I like it!

I'm a huge Kraftwerk fan I really like your version of "Computer Love". In my opinion the bells go very well with the bass and the soft drums. It's cute. :)


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


I like Covox's version (at least, I think it was Covox; I don't trust ID3 tags much) better, but whatever. I prefer square waves and static to bell things. I'm weird like that.

Anyway, this is good.

I guess.

snayk responds:

I made this track a looong time ago. I actually prefer the original to my rendition.

Thanks for the listen and review, though.

I guess.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Nice, but you can alter it to your style.

Not a bad cover, but I'd like to see you add your own little bits here and there. It's quite bare. Make it more in your image.

snayk responds:

As I tend to do with covers, it stayed pretty true to the original. I know that the best covers aren't replicas of their original counterparts, but I have a hard time creating a very different cover. It's something I need to work on.

Thanks for the review!