Stakka And Skynet* ‎– Clockwork

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Underfire ‎– UDFRLP04
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5 × Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Album
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A Stakka & Skynet Decoy
Written-By, Producer – N. Vinall*, S. Morris*
7:05
B Stakka & Skynet Featuring Kemal + Rob Data Biosfear
Written-By, Producer – K. Okan*, N. Vinall*, R. Rodgers*, S. Morris*
6:55
C Stakka & Skynet Clockwork
Written-By, Producer – N. Vinall*, S. Morris*
6:28
D Stakka & Skynet Featuring Keaton Isolation
Written-By, Producer – L. Hughes*, N. Vinall*, S. Morris*
6:42
E Stakka & Skynet Timelines
Written-By, Producer – N. Vinall*, S. Morris*
6:45
F Stakka & Skynet Featuring DJ Skinny Straight Jacket
Written-By, Producer – A. Ash*, N. Vinall*, S. Morris*
7:20
G Stakka & Skynet Featuring DJ Friction Altitude
Written-By, Producer – E. Keeley*, N. Vinall*, S. Morris*
6:21
H Stakka & Skynet Featuring Shimon Spider Monkey
Written-By, Producer – N. Vinall*, S. Morris*, Shimon
6:31
I Afrika Bambaata And The Soul Sonic Force* Planet Rock (Stakka & Skynet Remix)
Composed By – A. Bambaataa*, A. Baker*, E. Williams*, J. Miller*, J. Robie*Producer – John RobieProducer [Additional] – N. Vinall*, S. Morris*Remix – Stakka & Skynet
6:18
J Stakka & Skynet Featuring K.Tee So Confused
Written-By, Producer – K. Tyrer*, N. Vinall*, S. Morris*
7:51

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  • Barcode: 0 666017 0205 18

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
UDFRCD004 Stakka & Skynet Clockwork (The Dangerous Drums Return)(CD, Album + CD, Mixed, Bon) Underfire UDFRCD004 UK 2002 Sell This Version
UDFRLP04 Stakka & Skynet Clockwork(5x12", Album, RP) Underfire UDFRLP04 UK 2002 Sell This Version

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eklausmeyer

eklausmeyer

March 28, 2017
Absolute beast of an album. Easily on par (perhaps better) than Original Doctor Shade or the first couple BCUK LPs. Truly a defining sound.
MrRobKaos

MrRobKaos

March 18, 2016
Decoy / Biosfear. Nuff said. Ultimate 2000/2001 DnB Steamroller. If you don't like these, well, your loss!
djvictorpr

djvictorpr

August 29, 2015
FOUNDATION ESSENTIAL 2000 GEM A MUST!
JohnnyMassacre

JohnnyMassacre

December 27, 2011
edited over 5 years ago
At the time I didn't realise how fucking unbelievable this album was. It's now 2011 - a decade later, and this shit is miles ahead of what most people in D&B are doing today. For something so dark and disgusting it really is beautifully produced. Kemal and Rob Data get involved with Stakka and Skynet for the destructive classic "Biosfear", and it's sad the former pair left the scene due to an altercation with Clayton. They were geniuses; and I see why people so often call them that now. But on all other tracks, it's as if Stakka & Skynet are almost equal to them, destroying stuff left and right ... just check "Decoy". What a masterpiece!!!! It's amazing how these guys didn't become as big as Bad Company ... they were so talented.
DjGrimey

DjGrimey

September 24, 2005
edited over 12 years ago
Blinding album, absolutely blinding. Rarely goes for less than £50 on Ebay these days, a gem. Tunes like Biosfear and Decoy still cause as much damage as any on dancefloors worldwide.
biotec

biotec

March 20, 2003

I rate this album as a crowning moment in the british tech-step scene. The use of electro and techno influences take this album to a new level. The synthe line in 'Clockwork' seems to tear through your brain before dropping with one of the most ferocious breakdowns I've come across. There seem to me to be only 3 tunes on this album which can't cause serious dancefloor mayhem, never leaves my bag.