Andy StottWe Stay Together

Label:Modern Love – LOVE072
2 x Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Album
Style:Dark Ambient, House, Drone, Techno, Experimental


BBad Wires7:21
CWe Stay Together (Part One)6:36
D1Cherry Eye7:32

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Track durations not stated on the release.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5060165480289
  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side): Love 072 90624 1A A LooP-O / D&M
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side): Love 072 B 90624 1B LooP-O / D&M
  • Matrix / Runout (C-Side): Love 072 90624 1C C LooP-O / D&M
  • Matrix / Runout (D-Side): Love 072 90624 1D D LooP-O / D&M

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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We Stay Together (6×File, MP3, EP, 320 kbps)Modern LoveLove072UK2011
We Stay Together (6×File, FLAC, EP)Modern LoveLove072UK2011
New Submission
We Stay Together (2×12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Repress, Gold Transparent)Modern LoveLOVE072UK2012
New Submission
We Stay Together (2×12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Repress, Clear)Modern LoveLOVE072UK2013
New Submission
We Stay Together (2×12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Repress, Clear)Modern LoveLOVE072UK2022



  • roffarecords's avatar
    never been able to understand this. as if a bunch of classic 90's techno records loops were pitched 60 bpm downwards, sent through a lo fi sampler with a filter cutoff half way.... the lack of sound dynamics is maybe a thing that is most obvious. I didn't discover any sophistication and love in these tunes like on some other works this guy made. overrated and overpriced from a discogs perspective.. these drone tracks are the better pieces maybe. can someone explain why this is so highly rated?
    • mcalnd's avatar
      • Jupiterslegacy's avatar
        Edited 5 years ago
        My copy sounds great except for side B, gets caught in a loop constantly in several points on that side. On close inspection there doesn't seem to be any obvious defects, perhaps it's shallow grooves. May not be a problem for every turntable
        • Pheso's avatar
          Is this getting a 2015 repress?
          • m3nn0's avatar
            Edited 11 years ago
            I only recently realised that on some parts, like during the track Posers, a nasty crackle runs along. I've had this with some other pressing before with Holy Other's Held. Those where visible, this one ain't. Who has this on their copy too? Do Modern Love and Tri Angle share the same pressing pant?
            • Musique_Concrete's avatar
              'Passed Me By' was kind of a snoozefest for me, but this, this is something else. Deep, subterranean techno that brings to mind scenes from Gaspar Noe films.

              We're all greedy for more now...
              • Mark_Anthony's avatar
                Edited 12 years ago
                Even thicker and darker than "Passed Me By" which I did not think was even possible. I've never experienced techno of this sort before in all my 12 years of listening. This man is from another galaxy and on some next level of dark morbid creativeness. Props to Modern Love this release is off the hook. That track Cherry Eye is so evil it would make jesus cry. Someone please send Andy a link to this page and tell him not to stop.
                • Paul_Buck's avatar
                  I never write these things, always feel a bit sickly but this time its different. If Andy Stott actually ever reads i just want him to know, through some dark days and hard times, through the hard slog that can be life i have found his music an elixir, an antidote to the heart ache of growing older and losing loved ones. This is a thank you, and a big up, a rinse out and a hol'a from the roof tops... tracks like drippin' unknown exception, dark details and from this beast of a release we stay together and right back to ceramics and florence even from merciless i have rairly come across music i can listen to so much and never ever tire of.

                  much love mr stott for your talent is astounding, play on...
                  as guru said i pay my respects and then i'm out
                  • boraxmole's avatar
                    Edited 12 years ago
                    This album is a great follow up to his previous one "Passed Me By," and again proves that Andy Stott is a true innovator in not just dub tecnho, but in electronic music as a whole. You aren't going to hear the same repetitive, washed-out synth stabs, white noise and reverberation that has become a staple of dub techno--not that those elements are a bad thing. It's just that Mr. Stott really has a unique perspective on his sound arrangements.

                    The title track, "We Stay Together," is absolutely sensational and deserves repeated listens due to its blend of heavy bass, twisted vocal samples, and just straight-up awesome-ness. Must have.
                    • Gambeat11's avatar
                      It`s something wrong with my copy or this LP should be played on 45 RPM ? :)


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