Suburban Knights* ‎– The Art Of Stalking

Transmat ‎– MS-13
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM

Companies, etc.



Most copies had the wrong tracklisting on each side.

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  • Matrix / Runout: MS 13-A NSC
  • Matrix / Runout: MS 13-B NSC


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March 11, 2018
This isn't just Detroit Techno! This is the New Wave darkwave! Serious damage!


November 16, 2017
Seminal, pounding, brutal, yet melodic and warm tune. Usually played pitched up a bit. Names are mixed up but what is now known as TAOS is the more pounding of the 2 - the deepside remixes are worth a look, too. On FNAC?
Flipside is softer with a plinky keyboard but still a tune.


August 26, 2017
A Hoxton Baseclef Basement banger back in the day when the area was edgy and dangerous (you would walk very briskly to get in + out of the club from your car across the square).... Tony Thorpe (Moody Boys) dropped this at the BC (where it was completely dark aside from a blue light).... amazing days...


June 10, 2017
edited about 1 year ago
I was in college at the time...1990... I played this to mate and best friend.... He finally gave it back to me a year or so later...I wonder why/!
Lloyd Owes Me A packet- The Pounder mixes well with this?


February 12, 2017
edited about 1 year ago
Such a huge influence tune on the emerging Jungle Tekno scene towards the end of 1992 & in to 93, massively influenced artist's like Wax Doctor, Jack Smooth, Top Buzz etc etc. I've even been told by Digital (Steve Carr) that this tune has been a massive influence on his his sound & a fave in its own right too! Apparently Photek also took huge inspiration from this!


July 1, 2014
All you aliens can take a hike, this is music from planet earth the best music in the galaxy.


April 26, 2013

compare to a record from 1990 like this release here music nowadays gives me nothing. music of the electronic music of today is mayd to promote the dj or artist. Surburban Knight - The Worlds / The art of Stalking i can listen to it over & over again and never get tired of it!


March 14, 2008
Had to say a few words about this release.

I remember it most vividly in the Limit night club when Astrix & Space used to play there every friday night.
A quid to get in with a free ticket you could get from shops around town and a quid to get home on the 2pm bus.
Anyway, they used to play The Worlds (which should have been called the Art of Stalking but they printed it the wrong way round) with no lights on in the club, just one strobe light sending your head into convulsions as the system banged out the hardest, darkest music you'd ever heard.

It got to the stage that one of my mates thought if he heard The Worlds he was going to die!!
Mad, experimental times.