Zombie Nation is a German project of the DJ and producer Florian Senfter. Zombie Nation's single "Kernkraft 400" was on music charts worldwide in 1999. The first Zombie Nation five track EP was released in the spring of 1999 on DJ Hell's label, International DeeJay Gigolo Records. A remix of the song "Kernkraft 400" on this debut release landed in high chart-positions all over the world, including number 2 in the United Kingdom.
Zombielicious Remixes pt. 1 by Zombie Nation, released 14 July 2009 1. Shottieville (Proxy Remix) 2. Worth It (Arveene & Misk Remix) 3. The Fact (Milano Remix) 4. Mystery Meat Affair (Shadow Dancer Remix) 5. Radio Controlled (Hey Today! Remix) Zombielicious is one of the best dance albums of the DECADE. but luckily the result is amazing. First of all, I LOVE and respect mr. Zombie, but mixed in with all that admiration is actually a touch of FEAR . and he does it all himself with his friend Wolfram in the uber-city of Munich. 2 by Zombie Nation, released 09 February 2010 1. Seas of Grease (Harvard Bass Remix) 2. Mas de Todo (Jori Hulkkonen Remix) 3. Supercake 53 (Franz & Shape Remix) 4. Mas de Todo (Rebolledo Remix) THE WORLD CANNOT GET ENOUGH. Four more remixes of zombie nation by harvard bass, jori hulkkonen, rebolledo, and italians franz & shape. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card.
Zombielicious is the fourth studio album of Zombie Nation. It was written and produced by the German techno and electro DJ Florian Senfter. The artwork was designed by Designliga and features an outside Jewelcase screen print. Forza (October 2008, UKW Records), remixes by Housmeister and Fukkk Offf. Worth It (March 2009, UKW Records). Zombielicious remixed (June 2009, Turbo Records). Zombie Nation on Last.
There's no question that no matter the style, it never hurts for an act to start off strong, a lesson that Zombie Nation doesn't forget for this album. Beginning with "Mas de Todo," an aggressive bit of sleazy funk-techno that is both retrogressive in its rework-the-'70s basis and completely forward driven in its crisp digital impact - the flute breaks are nice touches - Zombielicious shows again that Zombie Nation may only be a collective tribute to plenty of acts and movements in. the past, but it's a very good one.