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Oct 16, 2006 | 11:06 PM EDT
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3.9 MB
4 min 15 sec
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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.

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TellerwaescherTellerwaescher

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Brilliant

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



UnderTownUnderTown

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.



LopNorLopNor

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. :)



LordZeebmorkLordZeebmork

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

meeehhhhhhh

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.


CarhengeCarhenge

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!