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Stewart Walker


Live Extracts


Electronic style

FLAC album size:

1638 mb

MP3 album size:

1382 mb

WMA album size:

1902 mb

Other music formats:



4.7 ✱


Techno, Tech House, Minimal



Date of release:


Stewart Walker - Live Extracts FLAC

Stewart Walker - Live Extracts FLAC


1 Once Basement Saint 4:43
2 Red Sun Over Tobin Bridge 5:32
3 Cover-Band Fantasy 4:44
4 Post-Hole Digger 3:54
5 Torso 3:26
6 Strength From Within 5:14
7 Click To Next Frame 4:49
8 Senza Merda 3:51
9 Five Seconds 4:06
10 A Century Of Progress 9:00


  • Mastered By – Michael Sarsfield
  • Photography [Cover] – Zoe Song
  • Written-By, Performer – Stewart Walker


Mastering at Frankford Wayne Mastering Labs.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 775020484320
  • Matrix / Runout: 2CPB2<0067>PRS011

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
PRS-011 Stewart Walker Live Extracts ‎(2x12", Album, Promo) Persona Records PRS-011 US 2003
PRS-011 Stewart Walker Live Extracts ‎(2x12", Album) Persona Records PRS-011 US 2003
Tresor.206 Stewart Walker Live Extracts ‎(CD, Album, Mixed) Tresor Tresor.206 Germany 2003
Tresor 206, PRS-011 Stewart Walker Live Extracts ‎(2xLP, Album) Tresor, Persona Tresor 206, PRS-011 Germany 2003

Not into this release overall, but "Cover-Band Fantasy" is something special.
Stewart Walker is one of the more intersting North American techno fellows operating at the moment. I was first turned onto him via Stabilies, and was fascinated with how he created so much depth with such sharp sounds. This recording is a series of live recordings sequenced together into one continuous mix. It's a very dancable (or drivable, or listenable) record and it's principle strength lies in it's sound choices, and how they are put together. It makes me think of the well organized grooves of Jorg Berger and his ilk, but Walker, although working in the well establish confines of minimal type techno, still comes off sounding very fresh. Given that there is much material in this style that is reasonably forgettable, it is always worth mentioning the artists who stand away from the pack. This release, Walker, and his great output on Persona are all such material. This is one of those nice kinds of albums where if it starts to repeat again from the beginning, you could just go on listening to the whole album again and it doesn't get boring at all.

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