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Nathan Stack
Background information
Born USA
Occupation Musician
Years active 1990s-present
Genre Pop
Associated acts Autohypnosis
The Big Secret
Duran Duran
Musician

Nathan Stack is an American musician, songwriter and music producer, whose work has included recording a cover version of Duran Duran's "Girls on Film" released on the Glue tribute album.

BiographyEdit

Originally from Louisiana and with time spent in North Carolina, Nathan is now Los Angeles based.

His main musical project is Autohypnosis. While living in Greensboro, N.C., he began writing and recording demos that would become Autohypnosis in 2003. In February the following year, the first few demos were showcased on the projects new website. Autohypnosis' debut release was a 5-track EP called The Surface, released on 1 March 2006 on Nathan's own record label. The EP features a mixture of musical styles, including 1980s synthpop.

Nathan's other musical credits include performing as vocalist in the rock band The Big Secret. He also released an official CD under his own name in 2002.

Away from music he runs Duran Duran's official MySpace profile, Facebook page and contributes to their YouTube and Twitter sites.

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