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Spirit Animal

ZombiAudio CD
5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)

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Producing work that is epic in concept, sound, and artistic approach, Steve Moore and A.E. Paterra, the masterminds and multi-instrumentalists behind Zombi, have re-imagined the architecture of progressive rock and dynamic instrumentals—carving a niche in underground music distinctly their own.

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  • Audio CD (February 3, 2009)
  • Original Release Date: 2009
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Relapse
  • ASIN: B001KKRD9U
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #248,871 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Spirit Animal
2. Spirt Warrior
3. Earthly Powers
4. Cosmic Powers
5. Through Time

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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars the Great Spirit Animal February 7, 2009
Format:MP3 Music
Music for musicians one might say,
but these youngbloods are on to something.
Spirit Animal is prime Zombi.
My wife calls it "dude music",
and that may be so, but then again, I am one hip dude.
Mountains of synths, solid bass guitar but only when needed, as is with the drums, sort of on a need to drum basis. All of this tastefully juxtaposed with some sneaky warm grey toned guitar occasionally sprinkled about as an accent to already wonderful composition. The progressions are sometimes surprising and may seem odd to "pop" listeners, but for those seeking adventures in sound buy Spirit Animal and the rest of the Zombi catalog.
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5.0 out of 5 stars The score to the film of my mind. December 30, 2009
Format:Audio CD
One glance at the cover art and without hearing one note I had a feeling I wasn't going to be let down. Come on, an elephant running through a foggy landscape while lightning strikes in the background. Epic stuff. The first couple minutes into the title track establish that these two guys from Pittsburgh are less interested in replicating the Goblin/Tangerine Dream worship of their last album and instead have seemingly decided to take their music into proggier directions. This is at no expense of the keyboards and bass guitar, the most prominent aspects of Zombi's ambitious sound designs. This is not subtle music. Every single instrument synthesized or not, strikes in full effect, with string embellishments hitting as hard as drummer A.E Pattera's excellent command of snare rolls and syncopated rhythms. The title track alone sells the album for me. You could cut it into several fragments and score an entire movie.

The next track "Spirit Warrior" is hands down, the best song to grace my ears this entire year...How to describe it. Unassuming retro synth pattern followed by Pattera's aforementioned sturdy drum work. Hints of a Hammond organ pulsating softly in one channel. A sweeping choir pad comes next, then a sharper synth playing the same melody to more sinister effect. More synths correspond with the opening pattern until it builds to a crescendo, drops out and we're onto the second part of the Spirit Warrior's journey. The synths start receding while changing keys to dramatic effect and then the bass guitar enters, giving the piece a newfound dynamic. The drums come back with an even tighter lock-step rhythm while the bass does its thing. The song is building into something magnificent.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars THE best band alive today. February 7, 2010
Format:Vinyl|Verified Purchase
I won't go on forever about this album. The vinyl sounds great, the jacket looks really good. The music is out of this world.

The synths - the drums - the just cannot find a better group out there right now. Zombi has the strongest ability to create cinematic scores to unfilmed movies ever. Their ability to create is mind-blowing. I honestly don't see why everyone compares them to Goblin so much - they are FAR more talented.

The sounds are strong as ever, and with the use of a guitar it really thickens up the sound. I do wish there were more synth solos on here from Steve Moore, like in the past, but over all its one of their best yet.

If you've never listened to Zombi - I wouldn't start here. This is a new direction for them, so I would start back at something like Surface to Air or Cosmos. Both albums are amazing.

If you are a fan of Zombi already and don't have this album yet - GET IT NOW! They tend to disappear too quickly.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Escape From The Dead February 13, 2009
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Allow me to introduce you to the new force in space synth. Hailing from Pittsburgh, the town that brought us the original Night Of The Living Dead from the master of that craft, George Romero. Zombi have taken their name either from the African god rainbow serpent, or more likely from Romero's Dawn Of The Dead which was released in Italy and Spain as Zombi. ZOMBI the "space rock" duo from Pittsburgh have fashioned their music after the likes of Goblin, a 70s Italian prog/synth outfit which wrote many soundtracks for the giallo films of Dario Argento, and in particular, scored Romero's Dawn Of The Dead Italian "Zombi" version. ZOMBI the band here are also influenced by Tangerine Dream and the soundtracks of John Carpenter. If that doesn't pique your interest in this music, move on to other things now.

For those of you who are still reading, this album SPIRIT ANIMAL is Zombi's 3rd full length release (they also have thee EPs, starting from their original demo in 2002), out just last week. Keep in mind ZOMBI is a sort of "post-" outfit, in that they are strictly instrumental. I happened to get lucky enough to see them perform live here in Salt Lake a couple years ago, and these two guys lay down a powerful show, one of my friends described them as "Tangerine Dream with balls". That's not a bad description, as their drummer is on top of their game, striking hard and precisely with a heavy solid beat and dextrous fills. His partner keeps the synthesizer going full-tilt, and for some songs reached over and grabbed a bass guitar, laying in another dimension of groove with that. For two guys, ZOMBI will rock your world into a stunning display of a psychedelic space horror soundtrack for your mind.
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