German Techno Song in Black and White Music Video

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A look at the German techno song, “Schwarz zu blau,” and its black and white music video.


The black and white music video for the German Techno song “Tanz” by Rammstein is a stunning work of art. The video tells the story of a relationship between two people, and the struggles they face. The video is shot in black and white, and is set to the backdrop of a dark, industrial city. The video features quick cuts, and close ups of the characters’ faces. This allows the viewer to feel the emotion of the characters, and understand their situation. The video ends with a shot of the two main characters walking away from each other, suggesting that their relationship has come to an end.

The song

The song is called “Schwarzfahren” by the German band Kraftwerk. It was released in 1981 on their album “Computer World”. The video for the song is a black and white animation of a speeding train.

The video

The video for the German techno song “In Black and White” by Schiller is a single continuous shot of a man walking through a dark cityscape. The video was shot in Berlin, Germany.

The artist

The artist is a German electronic musician and producer. He has been making music since the early 1990s and has released several albums and singles. His music is a mix of techno, house, and other electronic genres.


This song is a great example of German techno music. The black and white music video is very well done and it is a great addition to any music collection.

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