Technophobe - Eat Static - Alien Artifacts (CD)

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Photos Add Image Add an image Do you have any images for this title? Edit Storyline The shocking existence and unexplained origins of artifacts that are so technologically advanced they have mystified scientists and researchers for decades. Genres: Documentary. Narrator sucks, monolth dog I hate the people saying this is good They are wrong. Was this review helpful to you?

The object resembled a piece of tooth wheel and was embedded in a piece of coal he was using to light a fire. Although discarded pieces of old machines are not uncommon in Russia, the man became curious and showed his find to some scientists. Testing revealed that the toothed object was almost pure aluminum and almost certainly artificially made. Also, it was million years old.

Curiously, the object also resembles parts that are used in microscopes and other delicate technical devices.

Although conspiracy theorists have been quick to declare the find a part of an alien spaceship, the scientists researching it are not willing to jump to conclusions and wish to run further tests in order to learn more about the mysterious artifact. In the s, explorers found an enormous, eloquently made sandstone statue in the middle of a Guatemalan jungle. Some even speculated the head might just be a part of a much larger construct underneath this was found to be untrue.

Sadly, we will probably never find out for sure: The head was used for target practice by revolutionary troops and its features have been destroyed to near obscurity.

In , a hiker named John J. Williams noticed a strange metallic protrusion in the dirt. He dug up a strange-looking rock which, upon cleaning, turned out to have a weird electrical component attached to it. The electric device was clearly man-made and somewhat resembled an electrical plug. The rock has since become a well-known mystery in UFO enthusiast circles. Williams, an electrical engineer, says the electronic component embedded in the stone has not been glued or welded into the granite.

In fact, the rock probably formed around the device. Pepler and White had previously released tracks under the name Champaigne Charlie. Hinton has released an album under the name Nodens Ictus. Hinton teamed up with Ed Wynne from Ozric Tentacles for this ambient project. The album was called Spacelines and was a collection of tracks recorded earlier in their careers, although it featured two tracks written in Pepler appears in a smaller role on the album and used to play live with Hinton and Ed.

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  1. Oct 30,  · On the 26th October , an e-mail was sent to "The 4th Dimension" (official Eat Staic fan-club) members containing the following:" Alien Artifacts Alien Artifacts is re-released on CD on 11/11/11 and will be available on the website and other online music stores initially limited to just copies. The CD features/5(21).
  2. Oct 30,  · On the 26th October , an e-mail was sent to "The 4th Dimension" (official Eat Staic fan-club) members containing the following:" Alien Artifacts Alien Artifacts is re-released on CD on 11/11/11 and will be available on the website and other online music stores initially limited to just copies. The CD features/5(34).
  3. I've been an Eat Static fan from the beginning, way back before their split from 'Ozric Tentacles'. Merv, Joie, and Steve always deliver. 'Alien Artifacts' is based on earlier unreleased material. I did not know this when I purchased the C.D. but wasn't worried when it was delivered and found out. I've never heard a bad release from these guys/5(3).
  4. Alien Artifacts is being re-released due to massive demand from the Eat Static fanbase. Alien Artifacts is a collection of rarities and un-released tracks written between and It shows a diverse range of styles and essentially highlights the transformation from their more ravey sound to the deeper alien trance they explored on the.
  5. Alien 92, this is a different mix from the Alien that appeared on the Alien EPs CD. The mix is not as fat sounding and some of the stuff is mixed different but a pretty similar track. "More Than Flesh And Ganesha" close the CD. Well, not the best or the worst of Eat Static but something to chew on while we wait for the next real CD.
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  7. Steve Everitt, Eat Static's studio based third member, has released two tracks on Planet Dog compilations under the name Alien Progeny, and one track "Mirrorball" under his own name. Strontium Dogs is a project featuring Merv from Eat Static and Nektarios from Martian Arts, "Born,'cos of their mutual love for old school acid and modern day.
  8. Technophobe By Eat Static. • 1 song, Play on Spotify. 1. Technophobe. Featured on Alien Artifacts. More by Eat Static. Shpongle Static (Live at Ozora, ) Last Ship to Paradise. Dead Planet. The Peel Sessions. Alien Homecoming (Live in Frome ) More Eat Static. Listen to Eat Static now. Listen to Eat Static in full.
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