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Humanoid - Stakker Humanoid mp3 download Performer: Humanoid
Album: Stakker Humanoid
Country: UK
Released: 1988
Style: Acid House, Techno
Size MP3: 1229 mb.
Size FLAC: 1515 mb.
Rating: 4.3/5
Votes: 889

Stakker Humanoid is an 1988 track by Humanoid released in 1988 on the London-based label Westside Records. It has been described by The Guardian as "the first truly credible UK acid techno record to break into the mainstream. The project behind the track started out with Stakker, a collaborative project by the video artists Mark McClean and Colin Scott. They needed music to support their video and contacted Brian Dougans.

Humanoid is the third German studio album and the second English studio album by German band Tokio Hotel. Released through Island Records and Cherrytree Records, the album was recorded in both German and English with both versions set for a simultaneous worldwide release bearing the same title, Humanoid. The German version of the album was released on October 2, 2009 in Germany and other European countries, while the English version was released in the United States on October 6, 2009.

Stakker Humanoid 92 (1992). Stakker Humanoid (Outer Limits). is a remix of. Stakker Humanoid by Humanoid (1988). Stakker Humanoid (303 Tribe). Stakker Humanoid (Cobain '94 Mix). Stakker Humanoid (Smart Systems Remix). Stakker Humanoid (Dub Drums). Stakker Humanoid (Snowman Mix).

Global (Humanoid album). Global is the debut album by Brian Dougans, most famous for being part of the British electronica group The Future Sound of London. Moving away from FSOL's ambient, breakbeat and trip hop, it is composed largely of US style vocal house, including Ben Ofoedu, most famous for his work with duo Phats & Small in the 1990s Track li. .

Listen to music from Humanoid like Stakker Humanoid - 12" Original, Stakker Humanoid & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Humanoid. Stakker Humanoid - 12" Original.

Tracks count: 6. Views: 0. Humanoid - Stakker Humanoid 04:56. Humanoid - Stakker Humanoid 05:32. Humanoid - Stakker Humanoid 03:56.


A1 Stakker Humanoid 4:59
A2 Stakker Humanoid (Radio Edit) 3:40
B Stakker Humanoid (The Omen Mix) 7:50

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Westside Records Ltd.
  • Recorded At – Dance Music Studios
  • Mixed At – Dance Music Studios
  • Published By – Pisces Music Ltd.
  • Mastered At – Musitech
  • Pressed By – Damont


  • Artwork [Video Image] – Stakker
  • Composed By – Brian Dougans
  • Design [Sleeve Design] – IDEST
  • Engineer – John Laker
  • Producer, Mixed By – Brian Dougans, John Laker


'Produced by B. Dougans/J. Laker' is credited on the centre label.
Recorded & Mixed at Dance Music Studios, London W5
℗ 1988 Westside Records Ltd

The release samples the voice of Evil Otto from the "Berzerk" videogame, manufactured by Stern in 1980.
Also released in a generic sleeve.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 015712 161265
  • Barcode (String): 5015712161265
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings A-side - Variant 1): WSRT 12 A-1 DAMONT MT B
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings B-side - Variant 1): WSRT 12 B-1 DAMONT MT I
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings A-side - Variant 2): WSRT 12 A-1 DAMONT MT D
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings B-side - Variant 2): WSRT 12 B-1 DAMONT MT S
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings A-side - Variant 3): WSRT 12 A-1 DAMONT MT T
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings B-side - Variant 3): WSRT 12 B-1 DAMONT MT P
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings A-side - Variant 4): WSRT 12 A-1 DAMONT MT I
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings B-side - Variant 4): WSRT 12 B-1 DAMONT MT CZ

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
DD TOT 47 Humanoid Stakker Humanoid (Feadz 2007 Mix) ‎(File, MP3, 320) Jumpin' & Pumpin' DD TOT 47 UK 2007
ZYX 6047-8 Humanoid Stakker Humanoid ‎(CD, Maxi, Car) ZYX Records ZYX 6047-8 Germany 1988
BB 8199 Humanoid Stakker Humanoid ‎(12") Beat Box BB 8199 Sweden 1989
CDWSR 12 Humanoid Stakker Humanoid ‎(CD, Single) Westside Records CDWSR 12 UK 1988
BB 8199 Stakker* Stakker Humanoid ‎(12", Promo) Beat Box BB 8199 Sweden 1989

so many copies for sale ! hard to put a decent value on this classic Acid tune
Absolutely huuuge tune, a classic and as fresh as the day it landed.....Gurning : )
Absolute classic and it sounds as fresh now as it did way back then.....pioneering 303 usage. Gritted teeth : )
Cheeeeeewn! Takes me back to bus jams in 89, propr happy days!! That is one awesome 303 usage, I can't listen to the acid without gritting my teeth! Top tune ????????????????????????
Looking back, it's incredible just how quickly music seemed to move on back in the 1980s. From tracks which still sounded more like electro in 1985, to piano tracks with (even at the time) fairly lame kick drums in 1986, then onto tunes like "Acid Tracks" in 1987, then onto this. All in less than two years! Music just doesn't seem to move forward quite so quickly these days, if at all. This was one of the "hardest" house tunes back then, and it could even be a contender for the first "hard trance" record, and surely an influence on the upcoming breakbeat hardcore scene as well. House and techno wasn't really "hard" back in '87-'88 (if you wanted hard beats, you needed to listen to good hardcore hip-hop, strange as that may sound today), but this one was one of the game-changers.Still sounds amazing even after all these years. One of my favourite tunes of 1988, always on the Technics back then, and spinning on the 1210s as I write. I think I'll still be playing this one in a nursing home in 30 years time (if I live that long, lol).
wicked old skool were samples were at there best my fav sample out of this tune is the defender arcade game plus so many more in this tune days gone by
The arcade game it is sampling is called "Berzerk" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FxCTd0Y9wYo
The begining of the goldenage all that LSD and Shrooms and bangin beats on those drums , it's in the sky ;-)
Class acid, rave tune that still holds up now. Good dance music comes full circle and this still sounds so fresh and is so full of raw, euro energy without sounding cheesey. Many imitated this sound but few could compete, one of the best of it's time and genre in my opinion.
This was the 1st 12" single i bought.
Just one of my 2-3 favourite tracks all times! Classic tune. Real acid house track. I love playing and dancin'!Amazing! Thanks Brian for this jewel
First acid tune I ever heard. 14 years old. WICKED. Very few (if any) have come even close over the last 20 years. "Right place, right time...."
Stakker was the collaborative work of video artists Mark McClean and Colin Scott. Stakker needed someone to engineer on the music for what eventually became the Eurotechno video and got Brian Dougans to work with them. Stakker sent Morgan Khan a video tape of their graphics which had some of the sound that Scott, McClean, Dougans were developing on it. Morgan invited them to his studio in Ealing London and here Colin Scott, Mark McClean and Brian Dougans recorded Humanoid. The Evil Otto sample “Humanoid” from the "Berzerk" videogame, which provided the name of the track, was recorded by Dougans in an arcade on Ealing High St. Originally called “Humanoid” to be put out by Stakker through Morgan Khans label Westside Records, it was released by Morgan as “Stakker Humanoid” by “Humanoid” to avoid copyright issues. A dispute had arisen between Dougans and Scott / McClean and before the record was in the shops Stakker and Dougans split. It was the end of their working relationship. It had lasted just over a year. The soundtrack for Eurotechno was later totally remixed and overdubbed with new sections added by Colin Scott and Simon Monday in the digital studio that Colin Scott and mark McClean had set up in the Goldcrest building in Great Pultney St in Soho. This soundtrack is on the Eurotechno video and on the CD recently released by rephlex.
One of those records where the radio edit is better than the full length version. The radio mix peaks at *just* the right moment with the "humanoid" vocal sample coming in and causing delirium on the dancefloor. Somehow the 4.59 mix misses the boat on that crucial aspect and shoe-horns an unnecessary 4 bars in there and ends up sounding *wrong*.It becomes a good lesson in how NOT to arrange a track, but its genius anyway , so what the hell........
Still a total classic and as fresh as the day i heard it at a warehouse party in blackburn in 88. It's awful to hear updated versions of it remixed though, as it is a timeless keystone in house music history, and defines itself in that place like a rock. If you compare the original to the music of today, you will gasp at the amazing production and the pure energy thats in this track, which always leaves you breathless when you play it out at high volume. It's also the only REAL acid track to break the british pop charts, which is a hell of an achievement in itself. Indeed like someone said earlier, you only have to look at the work that Dougans and Cobain wrote after this masterwork under the guise of FSOL, it's almost like a precursor of what was to come. Diggers rating 10 out of 10
This track defined the way for techno music. Way ahead of its time. Look what the guy behind this track went on to do? Amazing stuff. Still play it out now - it rocks the house every time! Bring it on.