The Stereonerds ‎– HD Endless

Rather Interesting ‎– RI 060
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All tracks recorded at „Mono" Melbourne/Australia.
Mixed at „Robert's Plant" Sydney/Australia.
Mastered at „The Exchange", London/U.K..
'HD Endless' and „Harddisk Rock (Don't Stop)" contain samples from tracks with the same titles, originally released on the 12inch 'Atom™: Harddisk Rock'. Samples used with kind permission.
German translations and voice source material on „Präzision" by Volker Gerber.
Design sampling by Linger Decoree and S.H.I. (Southern Hemisphere Images), Perth.

"Rather Interesting: Content first!" (back cover)

Track 7 contains a short statement at the end of the track following about 2 minutes of silence. Total duration of the track is 16:35.

Made in EEC
Limitation: 1000

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 8 07297 02422 7
  • Barcode (Scanned): 807297024227
  • Matrix / Runout: RI 060 P+O-59329-A2 01-03
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L962
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 3J02
  • Label Code: LC 6269

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
AAA 098 The Stereonerds HD Endless(7xFile, FLAC, Album, RE, RM) AtomTM_Audio_Archive AAA 098 Europe 2015


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May 17, 2011
Superb music by Mr. Atom-Schmidt. Witty, funky, and seductive. I can't stop playing it. "I Hear a New World" is as mournful as I've ever heard him, and HD Endless, I believe, blew out the amp, or speakers, in my car, it's soooo looowww and loouuuddd. Just more wonderful music from The Man himself.


December 10, 2007
Let's face it, Atom Heart's post-2000 output can get a bit strange and experimental. I've been filling out my RI back catalog and many fail to impress after the novelty wears off. Stereonerds, however, stands out as a solid winner.

Solid, strong beats and grooving deep bass coupled with low BPMs make this a foot tapping / head bopping experience. Sure, it's got typical RI repetitiveness, but it's never out of control and manages to stay interesting.

Some are calling this electro. I suppose that can be said, but I'd say only track 2 really fits the true electro definition. At times it feels more like electro-techno-ambient, if such a genre existed. You often see hints of Atom's ambient-laden past. It's also very Kraftwerkellian, especially Transhuman, Prazision and HD Endless. I'm sure the "HD Endless" title (and the tune itself) is a hat-tip to KW.

My favorite is the extremely funky Harddisk Rock. Maybe a nod to Planet Rock there? The squiggly bass delights to no end. We also get a nice track #4 which would be at home on a Lassigue Bendthaus album.

Quite an interesting collection, and well worth your time even if you have been a bit disappointed with Uwe lately.


May 20, 2005
edited over 13 years ago
Yeah, this is a great release. There are similarities to Mono(tm), and earlier Atom Heart releases, but it brings a new perspective, also. Like Reagenz or similar, establishing a new vector... admittedly in familliar terrain, but new non-the-less. Transhuman Melody is a beautiful fixation. Valued listen.


February 15, 2003
Possibly the most straight forward release from RI since probably Fonosandwich or thereabouts. People have mentioned this is an Electro album. The last 3 seconds tell us that E is for Electro. harkening back to Mono(trademark) the other "electro" album.
Is this a signal of things to come with the latest batch of RI releases?