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Steve Stoll - Untitled mp3 download Performer: Steve Stoll
Album: Untitled
Country: US
Released: 1999
Style: Techno
Size MP3: 1658 mb.
Size FLAC: 1975 mb.
Rating: 4.3/5
Votes: 805
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Since the early 90s Steve Stoll has been a fixture on the global techno scene, traveling the world with a laptop and a record crate. With his well deserved reputation as a "producer's producer" and his stripped down minimalist approach to music, Steve was signed to Ritchie Hawtin's Probe" label in 1992, and the rest is techno history.

More albums from 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. The Blunted Boy Wonder by Steve Stoll. View all albums . Innuendo.

Derby by Steve Stoll on Orbis Records. Dogs and Cats (in Paris) by Steve Stoll. double tap by Steve Stoll on Blumoog music. Dumbo by Steve Stoll on Trip. Elements (Mike Dearborn Remix) by Steve Stoll on Sm:)e Communications. Where hi-def techno meets dubstep-infused low-end heft, this deadly, growling beast is taken from Kamikaze Space Programme's upcoming debut album, Dead Skin Cells.

The original record was mastered by Nils at Exchange London. Here are the original unaltered masters as well as demo takes and an unreleased track from the studio sessions that gave birth to one the defining releases of proper . Hailing from New York City, Steve Stoll has made electronic music since the late 80's. He is the owner of the electronic music labels labels proper . He has produced projects for novamute, profile, synewave, djax, trax, musicman and countless others.

Tracklist

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Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
212-013-1 Steve Stoll Untitled ‎(12") 212 Productions 212-013-1 US 1999
212-103-1 Steve Stoll 212-013 ‎(12", Promo, W/Lbl) 212 Productions 212-103-1 US 1999


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