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Kollaps Tradixionales
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Studio album by Thee Silver Mt. Zion
Released 8 February 2010 (Europe)
16 February 2010 (World)
Recorded Hotel2Tango, Montreal, 2009
Genre Progressive rock
Art rock
Length 56:40
Label Constellation CST063
Professional reviews
Thee Silver Mt. Zion chronology
13 Blues for Thirteen Moons
Kollaps Tradixionales

Kollaps Tradixionales is the sixth full-length album by the Canadian post-rock group, Thee Silver Mt. Zion under the name Thee Silver Mt. Zion Memorial Orchestra. The album was released in February 2010 on Constellation Records.[1] The songs "I Built Myself a Metal Bird," "I Fed My Metal Bird the Wings of Other Metal Birds" and "There Is a Light" were played on earlier tours. [2]

For this album, the band started a blog on their official website. This is also the first record with drummer David Payant, after the former drummer Eric Craven left the band.

Typical for Constellation Records releases, the album was released with some extras. The CD comes in a gatefold, paperboard jacket. The vinyl is available as a double 10" that includes a copy of the CD, a 16-page art book with collages made by Menuck and filmmaker/photographer Jem Cohen, and a limited edition poster.

Track listing

  1. "There Is a Light" - 15:19
  2. "I Built Myself a Metal Bird" - 6:17
  3. "I Fed My Metal Bird the Wings of Other Metal Birds" - 6:18
  4. "Kollapz Tradixional (Thee Olde Dirty Flag)" - 6:09
  5. "Collapse Traditional (For Darling)" - 1:29
  6. "Kollaps Tradicional (Bury 3 Dynamos)" – 6:48
  7. "'Piphany Rambler" - 14:19


Thee Silver Mt. Zion Memorial Orchestra
horn section on "There Is a Light":
  • Recorded by Howard Bilerman and Radwan Moumneh.
  • Mastered by Harris Newman at Greymarket.




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