Steve Stoll ‎– The Blunted Boy Wonder

NovaMute ‎– NoMu64CD
CD, Album


1 Drop Zone 4:11
2 Out Of Context 4:24
3 Model T 6:47
4 Reciproheat 4:41
5 Top Fuel 4:41
6 Falling Down 5:48
7 Mosquito 6:24
8 Slipstream 6:45
9 GTI 5:51
10 Magnetic (Live At Sensor) 4:42
11 One To Nothing 6:18
12 Colour Blind 6:52



All tracks sequenced @ Flex Sounds N.Y.C.
Published by Les Editions.

Comes in digipak with black CD tray.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5016025682089

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
NoMu 64 LP Steve Stoll The Blunted Boy Wonder(2x12", Album) NovaMute NoMu 64 LP UK 1998 Sell This Version
ANoMu64CD Steve Stoll The Blunted Boy Wonder(CD, Album, Promo) NovaMute ANoMu64CD UK 1998 Sell This Version
NoMu64CD Steve Stoll The Blunted Boy Wonder(CD, Album, Dig) NovaMute NoMu64CD Benelux 1998 Sell This Version
72438 455362 3 Steve Stoll The Blunted Boy Wonder(CD, Album, Dig) Labels 72438 455362 3 France 1998 Sell This Version
NovaMute 3046-2 Steve Stoll The Blunted Boy Wonder(CD, Album, Dig) NovaMute NovaMute 3046-2 US 1998 Sell This Version


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March 31, 2010
Sleeve art is loosly based on this old Blue Note LP from Freddy Hubbard - Similar font also used.:


September 6, 2008

Those familiar with Steve Stoll's output know what to except here: linear, pretty straight forward and not overly complex techno, which doesn't even pretend to be anything but true to the form electronic music. Makes me think of Marco Carola's "The 1000th collection", where most tracks packed a real punch due to powerful and driving layers, while a few numbers had that toned down, minimal feel. Well, "The blunted boy wonder" does not deviate that much from that formula.
Tracks, fairly simple in structure and scarse in progression, go on for approximately five to six minutes and do just what they're supposed to: make you move.
My personal favorite is Model T, which is an almost 7 minute long sledgehammer, with a pounding kick and a huge bass line, none of which want to end. Think of Carola's Compressed or Poison, which are both to be found on the aforementioned album.
Nothing ground breaking for the average techno listener, a worthwile addition to your Steve Stoll collection if you're a fan of the man's work.