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Their second album, Neu! The duo, excited about recording another album, decided to expand their horizons by purchasing several new instruments.
With the money they had left as an advance from the record company, they could only record half an album's worth of material. The company would not increase their advance because the first album did not sell well enough and the label did not see a reason to further finance what was most likely to become a flop.
The songs "Super 16" and "Super 78" slowed down and sped up versions of the prototype punk song "Super," respectively unwittingly became the theme songs to the martial arts cult classic Master of the Flying Guillotine by Jimmy Wang Yu.
Dinger and Rother were both very different when left to their own devices, and this led to their final album of the s, Neu!
Side One was Rother's more ambient productions which were similar to the first album, albeit more keyboard-driven. Side Two particularly the song "Hero" was acknowledged as important influence by many later involved in the UK's punk rock scene, with Dinger's sneering, barely intelligible vocals searing across a distorted Motorik beat with aggressive single chord guitar pounding.
To aid with performing on the album and more importantly, live , Hans Lampe and brother Thomas Dinger were enlisted to help execute more music than was possible by two men.
Upon its release, and arguably to this day, Neu! In , Rother had already collaborated with German electronic duo Cluster , recording as Harmonia an album titled Musik Von Harmonia.
In , he recorded a second Harmonia album, Deluxe , and further sessions followed with Brian Eno , which were not released until as Tracks and Traces.
In , Rother started recording as a solo artist. His first three albums; Flammende Herzen , Sterntaler , and Katzenmusik were recorded with Neu!
Then they were torn apart again by personal and musical issues. An example of the sharp contrast between Dinger and Rother was evidenced by such tracks as "Crazy", Rother's attempt at pop, and "'86 Commercial Trash", a Dingerian collage of dialogue and sound effects from Germany 's television commercials of that year.
The work that took place in these sessions would later resurface as Neu! Dinger and Rother did not work together during the s, and indeed some degree of bitterness existed between them, not least because Dinger had released a couple of old substandard Neu!
In late , this label released the previously mentioned Neu! It also released Neu! A tribute album, entitled A Homage to Neu! Plank had died in For many years the acrimony and legal wrangling between Rother and Dinger prevented their reaching agreement over licensing arrangements to make Neu!
In the ensuing vacuum, illegal and inferior-quality bootleg CDs mastered from old vinyl records were distributed by an outfit called Germanofon.
This situation was finally resolved in , when Rother and Dinger put aside their differences and entered a studio to transfer the three Neu!
These were produced and released by Grönland Records licensed to the Astralwerks label in the US , packaged with stickers featuring rave reviews by notable artists, including Thom Yorke.
Following the release of the first three albums, Dinger and Rother tried but failed to agree on a legal release of Neu!
Rother called the failure of those negotiations "unfortunate". Rother has said that he and Dinger had been considering recording a fifth Neu album, but the idea was aborted after personal disagreements resurfaced between them.
Dinger died of heart failure on 21 March Rother said that he was unaware of Dinger's illness until just before he died.
Rother writes and produces solo albums. Before his death, Dinger was a member of the band La! Most notably, it featured a track from Michael Rother from the previous Neu!