Members of the German band Kraftwerk perform their piece "Roboter" during a concert at the Neue Nationalgalerie (New National Gallery) museum in Berlin on January 6, 2015. AFP PHOTO / JOHN MACDOUGALL
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German electronic music pioneers Kraftwerk kicked off eight nights of concerts at an iconic Berlin museum Tuesday with a multimedia performance of their classic album "Autobahn".The Berlin dates mark the biggest spectacle staged by the band in the German capital in a decade.The museum also opened in 1968, near where the Berlin Wall cleaved the city until a quarter-century ago.Each night will showcase a different album, most made in the band's 1970s and 1980s heyday, followed by a greatest hits set.More experimental art troupe than pop band, Kraftwerk, which means power station in German, picked up a Grammy lifetime achievement award last year.Schneider announced he was leaving the band in 2008 and Huetter is the only original member remaining.
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