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> While many Detroit techno stepfathers feel the chilly pulse of bulldozed urban America in Kraftwerk's minimal electro-suites, Carl Craig heard a symphony of soulful escape.

With it's synthesized string sections fluttering and guitars echoing through ghostly ticking beats, 'Landcruising', this 1995 concept album is Craig's gushy devotional homage to Kraftwerk.

It's like an hour-long drive up and down Woodward Avenue with 'Neonlicht' in your eyes. <

SPIN magazine
[Aug. '98]