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Stakker - Eurotechno FLAC album

Performer: Stakker
Genre: Electronic
Title: Eurotechno
Country: UK
Released: 2003
Style: Acid House, Techno
FLAC version ZIP size: 1589 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1652 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1304 mb
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 734

Eurotechno refers to the musical soundtrack by English group Stakker for their 1989 experimental short film of the same name.

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Eurotechno is an early project, released on Aphex Twin's label Rephlex, by STAKKER in 1989. Something factual I can say is that this particular release is of very high quality. I purchased mine still sealed, and the record was in a plain white inner sleeve, so nothing special there.

OGG 113. Techno, Euro Techno. DJ Space Jam-In the Middle of the Night'2019. 613 3:08 3 49 PR 6,4 ▲. 320 137. Eurodance, Euro Techno. 247 4:51 4 35 PR 4,9 ▲. 320 110 Cm. Euro Techno, Melodic Trance. Technodance by DJIngedeluxe feat Deejaynbase. 436 3:29 1 38 PR 2 ▲.

Created entirely on the Roland TB 303 (the bedrock for acid house noise squiggle and bump) way back in 1989, Dougans synched up with video artist Mark McLean for the influential Stakker video, one of the first visual projects to come out of the British electronic scene. An eye-candy standard for early raves and acid culture happenings (until co-opted into an epileptic-inducing advert), it was a massive statement as to the audio-visual possibilities of the new music, cutting and pasting at a pace that would drive even Brion Gysin dizzy.

A curious, very much of-its-time release that still has a certain thrill to it, Eurotechno wasn't a single or album per se initially - instead, it's the soundtrack to a videotape of various state-of-the-art end-of-the-'80s computer special effects designed for rave projections. Or, more than likely, home viewing of the same by those who wanted to get in on the action without actually having to leave the house.

Studio album by Stakker. Eurotechno is an early project, released on Aphex Twin's label Rephlex, by Brian Dougans in 1989 under the name Stakker. It was originally a soundtrack to a visual work released on Virgin Vision by Colin Scott, Mark McLean and Marek Pytel.


1 Eurotechno (Part 1) 1:11
2 Eurotechno (Part 2) 0:59
3 Eurotechno (Part 3) 0:54
4 Eurotechno (Part 4) 1:09
5 Eurotechno (Part 5) 0:17
6 Eurotechno (Part 6) 0:34
7 Eurotechno (Part 7) 2:40
8 Eurotechno (Part 8) 1:28
9 Eurotechno (Part 9) 2:26
10 Eurotechno (Part 10) 1:44
11 Eurotechno (Part 11) 0:46
12 Eurotechno (Part 12) 0:57
13 Eurotechno (Part 13) 1:05
14 Eurotechno (Part 14) 0:42
15 Eurotechno (Part 15) 1:06
16 Eurotechno (Part 16) 2:05
17 Eurotechno (Part 17) 1:06
18 Eurotechno (Part 18) 0:19
19 Eurotechno (Part 19) 1:02
20 Eurotechno (Part 20) 1:49
21 Eurotechno (Part 21) 1:29

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Stakker Communications Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Stakker Communications Ltd.
  • Licensed From – Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc.
  • Distributed By – SRD
  • Distributed By – EFA – EFA 80729-2
  • Distributed By – Caroline Distribution
  • Distributed By – JVC
  • Published By – Westbury Music


  • Executive-Producer – Marek Pytel
  • Performer – Stakker
  • Sounds – Brian Dougans, Colin Scott , Mark McClean*


Brian Dougans (of FSOL)'s soundtrack to the 1989 Eurotechno video. Released in a stickered jewel case sleeve.

℗ and © 1989 Stakker Communications Ltd.
Licensed from Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Inc.
Distributed by SRD/EFA/Caroline/JVC
Made in England.

Published by Westbury Music Ltd.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 6 66908 07292 3
  • Matrix / Runout: CAT129CD 01 5
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L135
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 04H2

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CAT 129 LP Stakker Eurotechno ‎(LP) Rephlex CAT 129 LP UK 2003
PILP-1009 Stakker Eurotechno ‎(Laserdisc, NTSC) Pioneer PILP-1009 Japan 1989
CAT 129 LP Stakker Eurotechno ‎(LP, W/Lbl) Rephlex CAT 129 LP UK 2003
VVC570 Stakker Eurotechno ‎(VHS, PAL) Virgin Music Video VVC570 UK 1989

Stakker's classic soundtrack for EUROTECHNO gets a re-release on Rephlex. Originally released as the musical accompaniment to some computer graphics (a forefather to the "Beyond the Mind's Eye" series), the music veers from one mood to the next, joined together by analog blippery. As an example of proto-acid techno, the music is groundbreaking; the sound itself, however, comes through a little tinny at the start. As well, the main melodic sections (some barely 30 seconds long) sound under-recorded compared to the test tone interludes. But with so many musical ideas running through this album (from the sustained tones on "Part 7" to the ethnic sampling on "Part 14," I wonder how much of the sound was intentional, and how much was simply a mastering issue.