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Album Name Exceller 8. Type Album.

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This brilliant album by Kraftwerk was released on the Vertigo label in the UK back in 1974. Style: Progressive/Art Rock. The Best of Kraftwerk 'Exceller8' 1975 vinyl LP Ex Cond VERTIGO RECORDS 6360 629. Happy to answer any questions Happy to combine shipping. Checkout my other items. Ending Today at 10:45PM BST10h 33m.

Exceller 8 is the title of a 1975 compilation album of music by Kraftwerk. By this time, Ralf Hütter and Florian Schneider had set up their own record and publishing company, Kling Klang. The album was issued on vinyl and cassette and deleted in 1980. Ruckzuck" (minus the opening flute-echo intro) – 7:30.

Album Name Exceller 8.

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The Mix is a 1991 remix album by German electronic music band Kraftwerk. It featured re-recorded and in some cases re-arranged versions of a selection of songs which had originally appeared on the albums Autobahn through Electric Café. Ralf Hütter stated in interviews that he regarded The Mix as a type of live album, as it captured the results of the band's continual digital improvisations in their Kling Klang studio.

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A1 Ruckzuck 7:32
A2 Autobahn 3:09
A3 Tongebirge 2:51
A4 Kristallo 6:20
B1 Comet Melody 2 (Kometenmelodie II) 2:51
B2 Klingklang 9:26
B3 Vom Himmel Hoch 4:01
B4 Stratovarius 1:36

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Phonogram Holland
  • Manufactured By – Polygram Inc.
  • Distributed By – Polygram Inc.
  • Mastered At – Disques SNB Ltée.
  • Pressed By – CBS Records Canada Ltd.
  • Published By – Intersong
  • Published By – Famous Chappell


  • Compiled By – Alan Cowderoy
  • Cover, Graphics – Grafad
  • Engineer – Steve Brown
  • Mastered By – SNB*
  • Producer, Written-By – F. Schneider*, R. Hutter*


1978 reissue which states "Manufactured and distributed by Polygram Inc." on labels.
Copies made after 1978 show PolyGram Distribution Inc. as distributor on labels.

A1, A3, A4, B2, B3, B4: Intersong/Gema/MCPS
A2, B1: Famous-Chappell Music Ltd./Gema

A1, B2, B3, B4 ℗ 1972 Phonogram Holland
A2, B1 ℗ 1974 Phonogram Holland
A3, A4 ℗ 1973 Phonogram Holland

"Ruckzuck", "Klingklang", "Vom Himmel Hoch" & "Stratovarius" from the double album "Kraftwerk" that combined Kraftwerk's first two albums.
"Tongbirge" & "Kristallo" from the album "Ralf & Florian"
"Autobahn" & "Comet Melody 2" from the album "Autobahn"

A1 is misspelled "Ruckzack" on back cover and label. The opening flute-echo intro of the original album track has been cut.
A2 is the heavily-edited version that was a UK top 20 hit in 1975.
B1 is credited as "Comet Melody 2" on the back cover and "Comet Melody 2 (Kometenmelodie II)" on the label. It is the version released as a single in 1975, that has the original middle section edited out.
B2 is an extended extract that starts 1:38 into the original track.
B3 is misspelled "Vom Himmell Hoch" on the label. It is the opening and closing sections of the original, linked with a cross fade.
B4 is a short extract of the final section of the original track.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout area): SNB 6449 004 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout area): SNB 6449 004 B

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
6360 629 Kraftwerk Exceller 8 ‎(LP, Comp) Vertigo 6360 629 UK 1975
6360.629 Kraftwerk Exceller 8 ‎(LP, Comp) Vertigo 6360.629 Israel 1976
6360.629 Kraftwerk Exceller 8 ‎(LP, Comp) Vertigo 6360.629 Portugal 1975
6360.629, 6360 629 Kraftwerk Exceller 8 ‎(LP, Comp) Vertigo, Vertigo 6360.629, 6360 629 Brazil 1976
7149 007 Kraftwerk Exceller 8 ‎(Cass, Comp) Vertigo 7149 007 France 1976

A very random compilation. Autobahn and Kometenmelodie II are very out of place here with the rest of Kraftwerks earlier work. I bought this one cheap, which is fine but I would not pay discogs prices for a copy. Stick to the original LPs
I agree it may not be fully cohesive, but it's the cheapest way to get anything on vinyl from the first two albums. Seems like it anyway.