Stochastic Theory | Soliloquy

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Soliloquy

by Stochastic Theory

A powerful mix of danceable yet intimate electropop
Genre: Electronic: Dance
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1. Shared Lies
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2. Injuring Eternity
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5:29 $0.99
3. What You Weren't
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4:20 $0.99
4. Broken Rules
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5. Crumble
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6. No Amount
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4:39 $0.99
7. Blurry Lines
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8. Demons
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9. Falling Behind
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10. Storm
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5:19 $0.99
11. Dance Along the Edge
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12. What You Weren't (Epsilon Minus Mix)
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13. Blurry Lines (Blind Faith and Envy Mix)
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14. Falling Behind (Null Device Mix)
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15. What You Weren't (Echo Virus Mix)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Stochastic Theory has been a long time in the making. ST mastermind Chuck Spencer has been a premiere Midwest electro/industrial/synth DJ for over half a decade and, like many behind the decks, had the urge to create his own sound, what he wanted to hear. Starting in the fall of 2001, with encouragement from local artists like Eric Oehler (Null Device) Ned Kirby and Kelly Shaffer (Stromkern), and Scarymike, Kyle Gielow, and William Stitch (Polymorphous Perverse), Chuck jumped in head first to the genre he loves best: synthpop, prolifically creating tracks and developing ST's unique sound. Producing songs of lonliness, alienation and recovery, Chuck has delved into his own emotional troubles to spawn some of the most beautifully pained and vulnerable EBM-laden synthpop that the scene has heard in quite a while. While most of today's synth seems forced and passively insincere, listeners can easily relate with ST's peaks and valleys, emotional clarity and it's strangely therapeutic nature, vicariously both healing and opening the wounds again.


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