Tracklist is incorrect, of course. Anyway, this is a fantastic debut from one of the all time great acts in popular music. Furthermore, it stands on its own as a great album, not just by the standards of debut LPs, but compared to everything that came after. Less electronic in nature than most everything Kraftwerk would later do and featuring live drumming from Andreas Hohmann on two tracks and future Neu! member Klaus Dinger on another, plus extensive flute presence courtesy of Florian Schneider. And as usual, Conny Plank does a fantastic job of producing and engineering the record. Ignore incultojurgis's ignorant comments and take the plunge on this one; if you like the music more at the "Experimental Rock" end of the Krautrock spectrum, you'll love it.