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Not to be confused with A.T.O.M. (TV series).
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|Studio album by Carbon/Silicon|
|Released||July 28, 2006|
|Producer||Tony James/Mick Jones|
A.T.O.M (A Twist Of Modern) is a downloadable album by Carbon/Silicon, a group consisting of Mick Jones from The Clash and Tony James from Generation X and Sigue Sigue Sputnik. It was officially released on July 28, 2006.
- All tracks by Tony James and Mick Jones
- "The News" - 6:13
- "Second Time Around" - 4:55
- "Nothing But The Truth" - 4:57
- "Caesars Palace" - 5:30
- "Eye Scan" - 4:33
- "The Duel" - 3:33
- "War on Culture" - 6:02
- "What the Fuck!" - 3:14
- "Oilwell" - 6:16
- "It's Not Over Yet" - 5:44
- "Night Falls" - 8:12
- "Grow Up" - 3:54
- Demo versions were available from the beginning of 2006. The remastered versions were released on July 28, and some of them had different titles from the demos.
- "War on Culture" had been previously known as "The Global War on Culture"
- "Eye Scan" had been previously known as "Are You Terrified?"
- "Nothing But the Truth" had been previously known as "The Whole Truth"
- Two songs from the A.T.O.M. sessions, "Barnes Wallis" and "Liberty Valance/Blog," were available for download, but were not remastered and were omitted from the album's final track listing.
- In 2010, the remastered versions of A.T.O.M. were commercially released on iTunes and Amazon.
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