Neu! was an experimental rock band from Germany. A product of the sprawling '70s, their complex brand of Music Theory is called "Motorik." The two members were originally employed at the Kraftwerk power plant in Düsseldorf, Germany, but their bad work habits got them fired and replaced by robots, and long before that became popular. Neu! sought to protect themselves from a similar fate by developing their own robotic sound, which gave them a huge fan base inside The Matrix and among Terminators.
After inventing punk rock, krautrock, sour krautrock, proto-punk, post rock, electronic music, the light bulb and the infamous Motorik beat, Neu! dissolved after basically recording the same song twenty times in a row, and that became the Neu! discography. Neu! remains a influential band to this day — which means that fans of Neu! are all either under the influence or dealing with a bad case of influenza.
Neu! comprised Michael Rother and Klaus Dinger. Forming Neu! made instant musical history as the band with the lamest band name and the cheesiest song titles. They performed on the Düsseldorf underground scene and a dedicated fan base would always show up at their concerts: the police, who came to arrest the band. (more...)
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