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Monday, February 11, 2013

Zombi - The Zombi Anthology (2005)


KiDG said...

Thanks for this one. Love 'em!

seenky said...

Fantastic stuff, Zombi are the bizz. If you like this sort of thing, check out some of my stuff at
Hope you like it. Sorry, don't mean to be a blogjacker :)

Anonymous said...

Many thanks for this. Zombi fans will already know that Zombi have recently worked closely with Athens, GA-based postrock band Maserati, releasing a split EP in 2009, and with Zombi stepping in to replace the deceased Jerry Fuchs for the 2010 tour. I have indexed all available live Maserati recordings in the comments to edo's post of Passages, which contains the Maserati tracks from the split EP and a Steve Moore remix of an earlier track. Cheers, Dave Sez.


Anonymous said...

Hi! Is there any way you can re-up the Zombi Anthology in 320kbps again? It looks lihe the original link was on Megaupload. Maybe Rapidgator or Mediafire?

Thank you very much.