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|Compilation album by Kraftwerk|
Klang Box was a special-edition boxed set compilation of music by Kraftwerk, issued in the UK in May 1997 as a promotional item ahead of Kraftwerk's 24 May appearance at the Tribal Gathering Festival, held at Luton Hoo, England.
Klang Box contained four 12-inch singles of original recordings compiled from the Trans-Europe Express, Computer World and Electric Café albums, including a rare instrumental edit of "Trans-Europe Express".
The box was assigned the catalogue number Klang Box 101 and, according to an accompanying EMI press release, "1000 copies of ‘Trans Europe Express’ (b/w an instrumental version of the track previously unreleased), 'Numbers,' 'Musique Non Stop,' and 'Home Computer' (b/w "It's More Fun to Compute") are being manufactured, and 250 boxes with a Kraftwerk T-shirt will be made to hold the 4 12-inch records."
- "Trans-Europe Express" / "Trans-Europe Express·Instr·" (Klang DJ 101)
- "Numbers" / "Numbers" (Klang DJ 102)
- "Musique Non-Stop" / "Musique Non-Stop" (Klang DJ 103)
- "Home Computer" / "It's More Fun to Compute" (Klang DJ 104)
- Black XL-size T-shirt with a robot motif and the name Kraftwerk (identical to the design on the front lid of the box)