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by Mark Mosher

Midnight 03:00
Stealth 02:29
Infected 03:04
----- Lyrics ----- What's it like to know it all You seem so different we've got to know Got to know Different
Alone 03:46
Reboot 03:01


This album is part of a series of alien invasion concept albums containing original cinematic techno, dark ambient, and experimental tracks. Each song stands on it's own but tells a story if you listen to in track and album order. Think of these as musical cues for an epic sci-fi movie yet to be filmed.

Part 1: Reboot - alien invasion as told from the human point of view - markmosher.bandcamp.com/album/reboot

Part 2: I Hear Your Signals - same story as part 1 but told from the alien point of view with inverted emotional curves - markmosher.bandcamp.com/album/i-hear-your-signals

Part 3: Fear Cannot Save Us - Picks up after the first two parts and
tells the story of the transformation of a human to an alien hybrid being - markmosher.bandcamp.com/album/fear-cannot-save-us

--- Reboot ---

This is album #1 in a series of alien invasion concept albums and tells the tale of an alien invasion from the human point of view.

This album was recorded entirely in the digital realm using virtual synthesizers and Ableton Live. I worked on the album for an elapsed two years before release. Prior to the release of the album, the first three tracks were released as singles. "Midnight" and "Stealth" went to #1 and "They Walk Among Us" went to #2 on the SoundClick electronica charts.


released October 31, 2009

Written, performed, programmed, produced, mixed and mastered by Mark Mosher

Cover photo and design by Mark Mosher.
Released 31 October 2009

(C) (P) 2007-2009 Mark J. Mosher (BMI). Published by Newecho Productions, LLC.




Mark Mosher Boulder, Colorado

I'm a synthesist releasing sci-if inspired techno, ambient, and experimental music with cinematic arcs. My catalog spans back over 10 years.

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