Stigmata ‎– Stigmata 8/10

Stigmata ‎– STIGMA 08
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM


A1 Untitled 4:02
A2 Untitled 4:02
B1 Untitled 4:16
B2 Untitled 3:59

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Latin words on label:
"Et Angelo ecclesia sardis scribe haec dicit
qui habet septem spiritus
dei et septem stellas"

Additional number on label: 496992 91993

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
STIGMA008 Stigmata Volume 8(12", Promo, W/Lbl) Stigmata STIGMA008 Germany 2002 Sell This Version


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October 16, 2009

My favorite Stigmata release. Not that it differs that much from the rest of the bunch, but it captures best the essence of their music. No other part of the series gets the point across as clearly as this one does. Sure it is still the banging, percussive, violent, dark german techno this duo got known for, but where the other Stigmatas suffered because often the four trackers had two killer cuts and two filler ones in between, or worse yet, due to the repetitve nature of the music, no tune sounded good for anywhere over two minutes within a DJ set. Make Stigmata 10 an exception to that rule as well. Yes their overall output is good, but no, I do not think all of their tunes stand all that well on their own.
This is where Stigmata 8 gets my vote. Four tracks, all of them around four minutes long, but packed with thundering hooks, cracking and fast beats, chain saw bass lines and gargantuan breaks which only allow the music to strike back with more force and punch. Overall, great party material, and along with the tenth part, my pick for the place to start with this project.


March 1, 2004

Stigmata 8. Hell is on earth when hearing this devastating monstertrack. I have blown up many speakers when spinning those wrecking records. Hard fast psychedelic schranz techno with a fast pumping deep bassline and anoying high frequencie sounds cutting in your head. Can you handle the beast inside you when hearing this fast monstertrack? I can't.HaHa