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A Land For Renegades

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Listeners could be forgiven for thinking that Zombie Zombie's debut was inspired by horror films, given the band's name, the decidedly John Carpenter-ish music heard inside, and the liner notes' inscription: "All this music has been inspired by Peter Watkins' movie Paradise Park." But while the film they've referenced turns out to be grim, it's centered around a political dystopia instead of a haunted amusement park. Mostly a duo, Zombie Zombie incorporate a parade of classic synthesizers -- Arp, Roland, Prophet, Moog -- to re-create the mood of classic Carpenter/Romero slasher pics, with a mood that's alternately frenetic and eerie (not to mention the credits, which include "vocals and screaming" or "backing vocals and glass breaking"). A cover of Iggy Pop's "Nightclubbing" late in the program is well-timed and well-chosen; while most of the album plays like the type of soundtrack that can't quite hold its own without visual accompaniment, it's easy to imagine one of a hoard of zombies monotoning "Nightclubbing" in reverence to Iggy's original. ~ John Bush

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1
Driving This Road Until Death Set You Free 00:05:41

Zombie Zombie, interprète - Cosmic Neman, compositeur - Etienne Jaumet, compositeur

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I'm Afraid Of What's There 00:04:16

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A Land For Renegades 00:09:25

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Interlude 00:00:54

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What's Happening In The City 00:03:29

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Before Night Falls 00:04:42

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Jay Rules 00:02:50

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Psychic Harmonia 2 00:04:08

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Texas Rangers 00:05:36

Zombie Zombie, interprète - Cosmic Neman, compositeur - Etienne Jaumet, compositeur

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Nightclubbing 00:03:17

Zombie Zombie, interprète - David Bowie, compositeur - Iggy Pop, auteur

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When I Scream You Scream 00:08:04

Zombie Zombie, interprète - Cosmic Neman, compositeur - Etienne Jaumet, compositeur

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Listeners could be forgiven for thinking that Zombie Zombie's debut was inspired by horror films, given the band's name, the decidedly John Carpenter-ish music heard inside, and the liner notes' inscription: "All this music has been inspired by Peter Watkins' movie Paradise Park." But while the film they've referenced turns out to be grim, it's centered around a political dystopia instead of a haunted amusement park. Mostly a duo, Zombie Zombie incorporate a parade of classic synthesizers -- Arp, Roland, Prophet, Moog -- to re-create the mood of classic Carpenter/Romero slasher pics, with a mood that's alternately frenetic and eerie (not to mention the credits, which include "vocals and screaming" or "backing vocals and glass breaking"). A cover of Iggy Pop's "Nightclubbing" late in the program is well-timed and well-chosen; while most of the album plays like the type of soundtrack that can't quite hold its own without visual accompaniment, it's easy to imagine one of a hoard of zombies monotoning "Nightclubbing" in reverence to Iggy's original. ~ John Bush

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