Has anyone else always thought the name of the SONG was Zombie Nation?
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    Default Has anyone else always thought the name of the SONG was Zombie Nation?

    Yeah. Apparently there is no producer named Kernkraft 400.

    I heard of the Zombie Nation releases (Forza) and stuff like that, but I always thought it was the artist Kernkraft 400 with the song Zombie Nation.

    Man I feel dumb. Just goes to show you what happens when you're raised by Napster.

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    Well, there is an artist called Zombie Nation, but do you mean the hockey anthem thing?
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    Yeah, the hockey anthem was the bootleg "chant" mix of Kernkraft 400 by Zombie Nation.

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    wow, who'd'a thunk it, huh?
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    http://www.discogs.com/artist/Zombie+Nation

    From Discogs.com

    Real Name: Florian Senfter
    Profile: Zombie Nation is a German techno and electro project of the Munich based DJ and producer Splank!. Until 1999 Emanuel Guenther (aka Mooner) was also involved in the project. The track Kernkraft 400 taken from the debut EP was licensed a number of times and one remix version even entered the charts. Since 2001, Florian Senfter has released tracks on different labels under his new pseudonym John Starlight. In 2002 he did not renew his contract with Gigolo Records and decided to start his own label, Dekathlon Records. In early 2005, the sublabel UKW Records was launched as a new platform for Zombie Nation and John Starlight releases.
    URLs: http://www.zombienation.de
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    http://www.images.zombienation.com
    Aliases: Florian Senfter, John Starlight, Splank!
    Members: Emanuel GŁnther
    In Groups: Krankenwagen, Zombietrainer, ZZT
    Name Variations: All | Zombie Nation | Kernkraft 400 | Zombi Nation | ZombieNation
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    never had the "problem", but i know a lot of people who think exactly like you.. "have you heard this kool song from kernkraft400??!"

    this dude rocks as hell..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monika.mhz View Post
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    nice one, thought I was the only one that knew where that sample came from...

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    David Whittaker games.

    No, part of the confusion was that the white labels of Kernkraft 4000 were very confusingly labelled, leading several big name compilation CDs to incorrectly label it. I believe The Essential Selection was one of them, with Pete Tong announcing the name incorrectly on his program and the swapped band and name appearing on the CD listings.

    It was, however, rinsed so thoroughly throughout the season in Ibiza that most people got the message.

    Update: Example:

    http://cd.ciao.co.uk/Essential_Selec..._Tong__5970414

    Disk 1 reads "Zombie Nation - Kernkraft 4000"
    Disk2 reads "Kernkraft 4000 - Zombie Nation"

    Choo Choo!
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    another thing that confuses people is that it actually says 'zombie nation' repeatedly thoughout the tune. the kernkraft 400 reference comes in on the music video, which is a bizarre shoppping channel type thing advertising the 'kernkraft 400' product.

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