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Studio album by
ReleasedSeptember 1, 1999
Recorded1999 by Splank! and Mooner in Munich, Germany
LabelInternational DeeJay Gigolo Records
ProducerFlorian Senfter, Emanuel Günther
Zombie Nation chronology

Leichenschmaus (English: Funeral Feast) is the first studio album by the German DJ and producer Florian Senfter (a.k.a. Zombie Nation and Splank!) who worked together on his debut album with Emanuel Günther (a.k.a. Mooner).[1] It was released in the beginning of 1999 on DJ Hell's label, International DeeJay Gigolo Records.

The front cover is a flipped image of the baby that is used on the front cover of Nirvana's 1991 album Nevermind.


This first Zombie Nation record contained the song "Kernkraft 400", German for "Nuclear Power 400,". The song samples a track from the 1984 Commodore 64 game Lazy Jones by David Whittaker called "Star Dust". Soon after the first independent release in 1999 the song developed into an underground hit in European clubs, and was licensed to various countries including a more commercial remix version by Italian remix-producer DJ Gius.

Track listing[edit]


  1. Kernkraft 400
  2. Rhythm Box
  3. Glam 25
  4. Automaerk
  5. Abflex User
  6. Verlcrosquat Light
  7. Breakitdown
  8. Cars
  9. The Stand
  10. TV Control
  11. Sometimes Up


  1. A1 Kernkraft 400 (Club Mix)
  2. A2 Rhythmbox Vocoder
  3. B1 Velcrosquat Light
  4. B2 Sometimes Up
  5. C1 Cars
  6. C2 TV Control
  7. D1 The Stand
  8. D2 Abflex User


  • Kernkraft 400 (1999)


  1. ^ "Mooner Official Homepage" "Club le Bomb". Archived from the original on 2001-02-19. Retrieved 2009-01-21.

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