Bl_ck B_st_rds, DJ Sub-Roc was struck by a car and killed. Almost immediately afterwards, KMD's label Elektra dropped the band, upset with the cover art (a Sambo image being lynched in a game of hangman) and the tougher (although still humorous) rhetoric in the lyrics.
Korean People's Army - "Song of General Kim Il Sung." Apparently this is a very popular song in North Korea. I keep it as a cultural curiosity.
Radio-Aktivität is split between songs about radioactivity and songs about active radios. Trans-Europe Express appears to be about a train that crosses European history. The Man-Machine jumps into a retro-futurist vision of dehumanization seemingly straight out of the early films of Fritz Lang. And Computer World is about - get this - a world to come in which computers are an omnipresent part of everyone's lives. What will they think of next?