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Fossil Aerosol Mining Project // Zombi Traditions (37 Years) CD

Fossil Aerosol Mining Project // Zombi Traditions (37 Years) CD

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The voluntary releases of the Fossil Aerosol Mining Project, a sound collage quartet from Illinois, USA, which has been active since the 80s, have arrived.

This work is the latest work released in September 80 based on the zombie movie of the 2021s.Contains 9 collage ambient songs.It is a digipak specification.

ArtistsOther works Click here for more information. ///Click here to see more Fossil Aerosol Mining Project releases available at Tobira. 

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"Sounds from films about fake corpses constitutes some of the earliest material used by Fossil Aerosol Mining Project, beginning with a section of a film trailer found in an abandoned drive-in movie theater in 1983. The first full-length album to focus on the topic was “if you loved the dawn of the dead”, which was a digital-only release on iTunes about 15 years ago and which has since been pulled from distribution. Some of the material from that album was remixed for the 2009 “Resurrection Remixes. “But we were still weren't convinced. So, in 2014 we created the compilation“ Zombi Traditions ”, which like its predecessors was released as a digital download only. Meanwhile,“ The First 15 Minutes of the Second Sequel ”(2008) , and last year's “Nigths and Profecy” also dealt with artifacts of the imagined zombie apocalypse.


During all of this reanimated revisionism, certain tracks were left behind while other tracks merited remastering or even remixing. So, during the lockdown last year, that's what we did. We addressed the entire zombie back catalog, culling from it what we thought was the strongest and most representative material, remixing or remastering just about everything, and at the same time pulling in the missing pieces.

The result is a fifteen-song collection of synthetic resurrections from the Reagan Era --our desert-island selection of fake dead bodies and the worlds created for them. "

Artist: Fossil Aerosol Mining Project

Label: Self release

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The voluntary releases of the Fossil Aerosol Mining Project, a sound collage quartet from Illinois, USA, which has been active since the 80s, have arrived.

This work is the latest work released in September 80 based on the zombie movie of the 2021s.Contains 9 collage ambient songs.It is a digipak specification.

ArtistsOther works Click here for more information. ///Click here to see more Fossil Aerosol Mining Project releases available at Tobira. 

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"Sounds from films about fake corpses constitutes some of the earliest material used by Fossil Aerosol Mining Project, beginning with a section of a film trailer found in an abandoned drive-in movie theater in 1983. The first full-length album to focus on the topic was “if you loved the dawn of the dead”, which was a digital-only release on iTunes about 15 years ago and which has since been pulled from distribution. Some of the material from that album was remixed for the 2009 “Resurrection Remixes. “But we were still weren't convinced. So, in 2014 we created the compilation“ Zombi Traditions ”, which like its predecessors was released as a digital download only. Meanwhile,“ The First 15 Minutes of the Second Sequel ”(2008) , and last year's “Nigths and Profecy” also dealt with artifacts of the imagined zombie apocalypse.


During all of this reanimated revisionism, certain tracks were left behind while other tracks merited remastering or even remixing. So, during the lockdown last year, that's what we did. We addressed the entire zombie back catalog, culling from it what we thought was the strongest and most representative material, remixing or remastering just about everything, and at the same time pulling in the missing pieces.

The result is a fifteen-song collection of synthetic resurrections from the Reagan Era --our desert-island selection of fake dead bodies and the worlds created for them. "

Artist: Fossil Aerosol Mining Project

Label: Self release