Mr Oizo* ‎– Stade 2

Ed Banger Records ‎– BEC5161058, Because Music ‎– BEC5161058
CD, Album

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1 Introeil 0:55
2 Camelfuck 2:46
3 Douche Beat 3:18
4 Datsun 3:18
5 Ska
Flute [Additional Digital Flute Performed By] – Tetanos
6 EDN 1:04
7 Cheeree 3:10
8 Oral Sax
Musical Assistance [Musical Advices By] – Max N.
9 France7 3:38
10 Chiffon 1:54
11 Pompe 0:57
12 Stade2 3:04
13 Druide 3:07

Companies, etc.


  • Artwork [Assisted By]Félipé (2)
  • Artwork [Cover Artwork]So_Me*
  • Mastered By [Mastering By]Benjamin Joubert
  • Other [80's Claps Provided By] – J. Delon
  • Other [Third Ear] – Joan
  • Producer [Produced By], Mixed By, Synth [Synths], Drums, Sounds, PerformerQuentin Dupieux


Packaged in a digipak with transparent tray and an additional front sticker outside the plastic sealing. Artist and release title are listed as "Mr Oizo" and "Stade 2" on the sticker and as "MrOizo" and "Stade2" on front and back cover.

Produced & mixed by Quentin Dupieux @ Edgecliffe-Gym Studio (Los Angeles, CA)
All synths, drums & sounds performed by Quentin Dupieux
Mastering By Benjamin Joubert @ Translab
Cover artwork : So_Me assisted by Félipé
(P) & (C) 2011 Ed Banger Records under exclusive license to Because Music
Made in France by MPO.

This record is dedicated to our friend <a href=>Mehdi<a>

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 060281 610584
  • Matrix / Runout (Main ring): CA BEC5161058 @
  • Matrix / Runout (Outer ring): IFPI L039 11/23/11 11:23:53 AM
  • Matrix / Runout (Inner ring, three MPO logos): MPO MPO MPO
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L039
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 1287

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
Because 0474 Mr Oizo* Stade 2(CDr, Album, Promo) Ed Banger Records, Because Music Because 0474 France 2011 Sell This Version
BEC5161086 Mr Oizo* Stade 2(LP, Album + CD, Album) Ed Banger Records, Because Music BEC5161086 France 2011 Sell This Version
none Mr Oizo* Stade 2(CDr, Album, Promo) Ed Banger Records, Because Music none UK 2011 Sell This Version



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March 10, 2012
My favorite Oizo album before this one is Moustache (Half a Scissor), which felt like it was trying to destroy and reenergize dance music by collaging its most awkward moments. This one feels both more functional and more like a portrayal than a reinvention; it's a gonzo journalism portrait of the most commercial modern "rave." It can sound empty in the same ways, but you'll feel less ripped off.