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Planet P Project


Download links and information about Planet P Project by Planet P Project. This album was released in 1983 and it belongs to Rock, Pop genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 45:43 minutes.

Artist: Planet P Project
Release date: 1983
Genre: Rock, Pop
Tracks: 12
Duration: 45:43
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No. Title Length
1. Static 4:11
2. King for a Day 3:55
3. I Won't Wake Up 3:45
4. Top of the World 4:33
5. Armageddon 4:22
6. Tranquility Base 1:55
7. Why Me? 4:06
8. Power Tools 3:59
9. Send It In a Letter 3:54
10. Adam and Eve 3:40
11. Only You and Me 3:24
12. Ruby 3:59



Planet P Project, known originally as simply Planet P, is the studio brainchild of producer Peter Hauke, and an American expatriate living in Germany, Tony Carey, who had played for a while with Rainbow. Carey wrote all of the songs and played various instruments on the band's 1983 debut album Planet P Project. The music is layered in synthesizers and has a decidedly dated feel to it, while Carey's lyrics tend toward bleak expressions of isolation. The album did spawn a modest radio hit in the thumping "Why Me?," which even made inroads at Top 40. Nothing too special going on here, although Carey does exhibit a good sense of melody on tracks like the propulsive, delusion-of-grandeur tale in "King for a Day" and the dreamy "I Won't Wake Up."