Head of NASA and The 2 Amish Boys is the upcoming eleventh album by Psychedelic Trance duo, Infected Mushroom. It received its first single, with the album available for preorder on November 8, 2018, and will be released on December 12.
|1||BLiSS on Mushrooms||9:31||Trance||with BLiSS & feat. Miyavi|
|3||Head of NASA||7:45||Trance|
|5||Walking on the Moon||5:36||Trance||from Rocket League x Monstercat Vol. 4|
|6||Here We Go Go Go||5:55||Trance|
|7||Lost in Space||4:55||Trance||Remix of Tuna feat. A-WA - Lost in Space, made in collaboration with the artists.|
Presave + Preorder:
- Presave / Preadd the album on Spotify & iTunes: https://monstercat.ffm.to/nasa
- Preorder the album on all platforms: https://itunes.apple.com/nz/album/head-of-nasa-and-the-2-amish-boys/1441084384
- The meaning of the album title has not been explained by Infected Mushroom, but it is theorized to represent two different types of people who represent opposing ends of familiarity with technology.
- Someone at the head of NASA (the United States' National Aeronautics and Space Administration) must be extremely familiar with the highest levels of technology available to humanity today, because their job position requires it. Overseeing and managing space exploration requires an in-depth understanding of all computers, vehicles, and technology that are utilized by NASA.
- The Amish boys represent those who have no understanding or familiarity with technology. Amish people are fundamentalist Christians living in Canada and the Northeastern U.S. that are most known for their rejection of all modern technology. They refuse to use any inventions invented after the late 1800s, such as telephones, cars, tractors, radios, airplanes, computers, etc.
- Initially, the album cover was going to use a template that was more like the single and EP templates from 2016 onward. But after some complaints, they reverted back to the original template.
- Below was the original artwork they were going to use. Above is the original LP template. Note that the catalog tags look similar but different in size.
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