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Steve Stoll ‎- Damn Analog Technology Label: Sm:)e Communications ‎- SM-8033-2 Format: CD, Album, Digipak Country: US Released: 1997 Genre: Electronic.

Damn Analog Technology. Released: February 3, 1997.

Tempo unknown for Photosynthesis by Steve Stoll. Video Photosynthesis. Damn Analog Technology. By: Steve Stoll (1997, Electronic). More albums from Steve Stoll: Innuendo by Steve Stoll. Supernatural by Steve Stoll. I’m Sorry I Made You Cry by Steve Stoll. Public Address Live by Steve Stoll. Pacemaker by Steve Stoll. Windows On The World by Steve Stoll. Mine Exclusively, Patti Girl by Steve Stoll. Resurrecting The Bull by Steve Stoll. View all albums . Stoll's first album after a short break (only two years) from own-name productions, Damn Analog Technology is a set of sharp-edged techno swing, from the highlight "Photosynthesis" to the 303 acid-trance of "Surface Tension. Like What You See? Get the RSS. Browse the Archive. We should look forward, but WE'RE STILL LOVE THESE ANALOG SHITS. Bill Israel designed. Aug 14 2009 ∞. Björk - Bachelorette. Steve Stoll - Elements (Remix). ∞. Mystic Letter K - Prophecies. Feb 13 2009 ∞. Oliver Ho - Duality. Timo Maas - To Get Down.

Stoll debuted for Sm:)e Recordings with the 1995 album Pacemaker. The following year brought another album, Zero Divide (recorded as the Operator) and an EP for Nova Mute (as the Blunted Boy Wonder). After he reverted back to Steve Stoll, Damn Analog Technology followed in 1997 and The Blunted Boy Wonder one year later.

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Tracklist

1 Photosynthesis 5:31
2 Deep Substance 6:09
3 Dime Bag 6:03
4 Spanish Fly / Interlude #1 6:24
5 Surface Tension 4:08
6 Omni Mode 6:40
7 G-Loc 6:19
8 Beat Down / Interlude #2 6:30
9 Cruise Control 6:25
10 Revolver 5:06
11 Dragnet 6:01

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sm:)e Communications
  • Copyright (c) – Sm:)e Communications
  • Pressed By – Allied DT – 2537
  • Recorded At – Flex Sound
  • Mastered At – Low Frequency Studios

Credits

  • Art Direction, Design – Carla Leighton
  • Artwork By [Cover Concept] – DB
  • Mastered By – Craig Bevan
  • Photography By [Cover] – Juli Cho, Kaysh Shinn
  • Photography By [Inside] – DJ Venus
  • Written-By, Producer, Drum Programming, Synthesizer – Steve Stoll

Notes

Recorded at Flex Sound, NYC
Mastered at Low Frequency

© ℗ 1997 Sm:)e Communications

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 92826 80332 2
  • Barcode (Scanned): 792826803322
  • Matrix / Runout: 2537-2-1 ALLIED DT *SM-8033-2*
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L452
  • Mould SID Code: ifpi 7713

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SM-8033-1 Steve Stoll Damn Analog Technology ‎(2xLP, Album) Sm:)e Communications SM-8033-1 US 1997
SM-8033-2 Steve Stoll Damn Analog Technology ‎(CD, Album) Sm:)e Communications SM-8033-2 UK 1997



Comments: (1)
Hulis
When all things are taken into consideration, this may just be my favorite Steve Stoll album. Not that it differs (style wise) from many of his other works during that era, but "Damn analog technology" is a listening session which works front to back without thinking about pressing the skip button. It's not like the tracks fluently flow into each other and are carefully arranged, but all of them are very catchy. You could start at any given point of this album and end in the same fashion as well. Every number here has at least one to more sequences and layers, which in the typical Stoll stlye, interact with each other and mesmerize you. Mr. Stoll may have never been a master in laying many segmets simultaneously in one track, but what he is just invincible at is the immaculate arrangement and manipulation of a scarse amount of layers he applies throughout a certain piece. His sense of timing makes even his relatively stripped sound come across as interesting; various parts complement each other with ease, and through monotonous and repetitive passages, the final outcome of a Steve Stoll track is always a masterful techno composition. He is seriously one of the undisputed champs who can make a lot with so little. The album is not really hard, not soulful, not mind challenging or obviously Detroit influenced, yet Steve Stoll somehow borrows a little something from everyone and creates a proper, real techno album, people! Tunes which will rock dance floors, hypnotize you, get your head in heavy nod motion when you will be comfortably listening to this from your rocking chair, you name it. One thing I always liked about Steve is that his music basically always fits my mood, due to the fact this album doesn't hint at creating any moods or atmospheres, it it just damn fine techno music. At times stripped, at times melodic and warm, mechanical and driving, sometimes introverted or dystopian, other times old schoolish with pinches of acid. You have heard it all before: linear, dry and precise, but steve does it a tad better. Add the simple and kick ass cover and you have it all. No superflous decoration, overloaded and presumptuous attitudes here, this is raw, proper techno from New York City, courtesy of one of its true legends. If you like this, try out his album recorded as The Blunted Boy Wonder records for Music Man Records, or stuff like Joey Beltram's "Places", and then try moving into labels such as Synewave. Favorite track are Dime Bag, Omni Mode, G-Loc, Cruise Control. But that is only a matter of subjective taste here. This whole album cemented Stoll's reputation as a producer who fully understood, and subsequently showed, what techno music is and should sound like.
Steve Stoll - Damn Analog Technology mp3 flac
Techno, Minimal
Performer: Steve Stoll
Title: Damn Analog Technology
Category: Electronic
Country: US
Released: 1997
Rating: 4.6/5
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