Stasis ‎– Inspiration

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Peacefrog Records ‎– PF028CD
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Peace Frog Records ©
7 Welclose Street St Albans Hertfordshire AL3 4QD
© 1995
Track 13 is indicated as a CD bonus track.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 025128 000928
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5025128000928
  • Matrix / Runout: S PF 028 CD 01 DISCTRONICS
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 8795

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elahrairah

elahrairah

May 20, 2019
New entry on NME's Indie LPs chart, 26 August 1995.
cilonen

cilonen

May 30, 2018
Well, seems Peacefrog just confirmed this is coming late 2018. Incredible news, finally can spin the magic on my turntables.
barzule

barzule

May 3, 2018
Anyone heard about a repress ? The Fromtheoldtothenew album will be repressed in a few days ! :)
tannhaeuser

tannhaeuser

November 7, 2015
excellent album, so i understand the high prices for the record but not for the CD
if you want that all time classic for round about 10 € in 320 kbps:

https://pro.beatport.com/release/inspiration/81783
TIM

TIM

April 3, 2015

Because of pre-internet and being half a world apart, I didn't hear this till about 2002. Instantly everything related wason my map. And as that map involved I was right in the mix. This is where I wanted my sound. Even in 1994 when I was knee deep into finding awesome techno and ambient and everything inbetween it was good to feel like it was being done. Same level stuff. Appreciate this music so much. The blends and everything inbetween is money. It's class. Bridges all gaps and is balanced. I see copies going for $80-$130 and it's worth that. Glad I have one and a cd copy. And it's damn good to be a completist on everything related. Respect. This is my homeland. grade A+
player

player

January 18, 2014
edited over 3 years ago

Steve Pickton's releases have never disappointed! This is techno music from the 90's that still manages to be immersive today(2014) as it did back then showcasing why the 90's released some wonderfull, and some of the best techno music that captivated the soul and hearts of listeners. This album is certainly one of them! Great Detroit/UK influenced techno delivering the right balance between spacey funkiness and soul thoughtfulness with some excellent use of some B12 like si-fi moments while adding some deeper atmospheric moments to the already excellent techno funk and soul. A music journey that will please all those yearning good 90's, but not dated, techno for the mind body and soul. Excellent.
AndroidHeaven

AndroidHeaven

August 17, 2013
edited over 6 years ago
This is a magnificent album, and essential if you love the feel of early 90's electronica in the vein of Phenomyna, Black Dog etc.. Spacey, groovy techno at its best, He obviously uses the same or similar machines that black dog did, in fact i believe they worked together regularly. There is similar sound generation and style, but with a bit more pace - definitely dance floor material.. for space groovers