These are the final studio recordings made under the name Pansonic recorded at Mika's home studio in Berlin 2005 - 2011 and subsequently edited into this album format by Mika in 2015. The twelve tracks are simply titled Atomin Paluu Parts 1 to 12 and total just under 67 mins of the classic Pansonic sound. The film is a Finnish production; as a film soundtrack these recordings were bound up in a complex series of delays in the release of the film - which documents the building of the first nuclear power plant since the Chernobyl meltdown in 1986. The film won the 2015 Nordic Dox Award at the CPH:DOX festival in Copenhagen. It is scheduled for TV showings via ARTE(France), WDR/ZDF(Germany), YLE (Finland) and the film will be widely distributed in art house cinemas throughout the world. The soundtrack itself brought the greatest recognition and went on to win Best Soundtrack at this year's Jussi Awards Festival (known as the Finland's Oscars).