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Pan Sonic - atomin paluu flac album Performer: Pan Sonic
Title: atomin paluu
Style: Industrial, Sound Collage
Released: 2016
MP3 album: 1941 mb
FLAC album: 1332 mb
Rating: 4.5
Other formats: MP4 AC3 AAC VOC MOD MPC AA
Genre: Electronic

Listen free to Pan Sonic – Atomin Paluu (Atomin paluu (Part 1), Atomin paluu (Part 2) and more). Uniquely Pan Sonic used selected third-party field recordings from filming at the building site. The twelve tracks are simply titled Atomin paluu Parts 1 to 12 and total just under 67 mins of the classic Pan Sonic sound

The duo integrate field recordings from the building site with their usual cold, stark electronics.

Pan Sonic - Atomin Paluu Pan Sonic's Gravitoni ended with a six-minute supernova called "Pan Finale," hinting that it was to be the Finnish duo's final album. Mika Vainio and Ilpo Väisänen have kept busy since then, but not without revisiting their long-time collaboration. In 2014, they issued a punishing live set from 2009, and now they've resurfaced with an hour-long album of new material. Atomin Paluu is new in the sense that it's unheard

Pan Sonic were a Finnish electronic music group founded in Turku in 1993. The group consisted of Mika Vainio, Ilpo Väisänen, and Sami Salo. Salo left in 1996 leaving Pan Sonic a duo. The group was originally named Panasonic until 1998. In December 2009, it was announced that Pan Sonic would disband after their December 2009 concerts. Their final album, Gravitoni, was released by Blast First Petite in May 2010  .

Atomin Paluu translates to The Return Of The Atom, a documentary by Jussi Eerola and Mika Taanila about the first nuclear power plant built after the Chernobyl disaster in 1986. Pan Sonic allegedly created the soundtrack using third-party field recordings of the building site as sound sources. Although the soundtrack was finished in 2011, the film had been entangled in legal proceedings due to the controversial subject matter, but finally surfaced in the form of a final cut and gaining independent distribution. It was also awarded Best Soundtrack at the Jussi Awards