Their first album Esperanto (1993) features guest vocals by Andy McCluskey (of OMD) on the track Kissing The Machine. The tracks “Crosstalk” and “Overdrive” were co-written with Kraftwerk collaborator Emil Schult, who also created the graphics for early Elektric Music releases. The sound of ‘Esperanto’ is reminiscent of Kraftwerk and the more recent solo work of Karl Bartos.
Manteuffel left the group following the release of ‘Esperanto’ and all future releases were credited to Bartos alone. The second eponymous titled album (now spelled Electric Music) appeared in 1998 and represented something of a departure in style. Envisaged as an exploration of 60’s pop music, this album was less driven by the electronic sound normally associated Bartos and Kraftwerk and sought to create “guitar pop out of the computer!” The single “Sunshine” (1998) remains the last release credited to Elektric Music as Bartos reverted to using his name for the album Communication
Edited by bumwrap on 31 Mar 2009, 22:40
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