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The Complacent Americans: Crown Jewel of Atomic Platters
Back cover of The Complacent American - 1961

Back cover text of THE COMPLACENT AMERICANS [1961]


This recording contains official instructions to save your life in the event of a nuclear attack.

Mr. Jack F. Fuller appears through the courtesy of the Office of Civil Defense, City of Los Angeles, State of California

With Robert Connelly as the Complacent American


PLEASE NOTE
Because of the 38 sensational and emotional sound effects, including the authentic sounds of an H-Bomb devestating a mythical city: Side One should not be played by anyone who cannot undergo an exteme emotional experience.
SIDE ONE: "Shocker Side"
Hear the startling and emotional presentation of an American City being devestated by nuclear attack. Although the story is mythical, it could happen.
SIDE TWO: "Survival"
Note: (Should not be played for ten minutes following Side One) Visit many of our defense systems, such as NORAD-SAGE-SAC-BMEWS-WHITE-ALICE, etc. Then Jack Fuller covers all important survival instructions in the event of an enemy nuclear attack.
Recording Engineer: Tom Hidley
The sound effects upon this recording were mixed through James B. Lansing Professional mixers. Monitoring was done on the famous James B. Lansing S-7 speaker systems.
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9100 Sepulveda Blvd.
Los Angeles 45, California



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