The band compile the best of their 2004 world tour…

Kraftwerk will release a new live album in June, featuring tracks recorded on their 2004 world tour.

’Minimum-Maximum’ is a double CD package which will include songs spanning their 35-year career - recorded during their 69-date global jaunt.

The four-piece, Ralf Hütter, Florian Schneider, Fritz Hilpert and Henning Schmitz, have also announced a new string of dates to support the release.

’Minimum-Maximum’ will hit the shops on June 6 and the tracklisting runs:

‘The Man Machine’ (Warszawa, Sala Kongresowa)
‘Planet Of The Visions’ (Ljubljana, Krizanke)
‘Tour de France Etape 1’ (Riga, Olimpiska Hall)
‘Chrono’ (Riga, Olimpiska Hall)
‘Tour De France Etape 2’ (Riga, Olimpiska Hall)
‘Vitamin’ (Moskwa, Lushniki)
‘Tour De France’ (Paris, Le Grand Rex)
‘Autobahn’ (Berlin, Tempodrom)
‘The Model’ (London, Brixton Academy)
‘Neon Lights’ (London, Royal Festival Hall)

‘Radioactivity’ (Warszawa, Sala Kongresowa)
‘Trans-Europe Express’ (Budapest, Sportarena)
‘Metal On Metal’ (Budapest, Sportarena)
‘Numbers’ (San Francisco, The Warfield)
‘Computer World’ (Moskwa, Lushniki)
‘Home Computer’ (Warszawa, Sala Kongresowa)
‘Pocket Calculator’ (Moskwa, Lushniki)
‘Dentaku’ (Tokyo, Shibuya Ax)
‘The Robots’ (Moskwa, Lushniki)
‘Elektro Kardiogramm’ (Tallinn, Exhibition Hall)
‘Aerodynamik’ (Riga, Olimpiska Hall)
‘Music Non Stop’ (Moskwa, Lushnik)

Kraftwerk’s ’Minimum-Maximum’ tour will call at:
Washington DC 9.30 Club (May 30-31)
New York Hammerstein Ballroom (June 1)
Detroit State Theatre (3)
Chicago Riviera (4)
Los Angeles Greek Theatre (6)
Venice Biennale Palagalileo (11)
Belgrade Kalemegdan Fortress City Park (13)
Sofia Palace Of Culture (14)
Skopje Skopsko Lizgaliste (16)
Thessaloniki Theatro Gis (17)
Athens Lycabettus (18)
Istanbul Rock Istanbul (20)
Belgium Rock Werchter Pyramid Marquee (30)
Tilburg 0.13 (July 1)
Belfort Eurockeenes Tent Stage (3)
Montreaux Jazz Festival Miles Davis Hall (4)
Milan Villa Arconati (5)
Ferrara Piazza Castello (6)
Napoli Neapolis Festival (7)

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