Colorado native and long-term trance producer Nebula Nine stepped out of his audio back seat driving position in 2000 with his first full-length. The album, LP Moodhop Vol. 1: Music to Have Sex To, marked his independence. He had helped produce popular techno cohorts, Orbital, Crystal Method, and Moby. His production, "Flutterby," for Sandra Collins debuted at number 11 on the U.K. dance charts. Jim Stout, Nebula's real name, started producing in the '90s, and became known among musicians for his production work but remained unknown in larger trance music fan circles. The album was a result of nine years of studio labor and was followed up by the reissue of Live From My Sampler on Amped/Gig Records.
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