PLANET P PROJECT - Former RAINBOW Keyboardist TONY CAREY Reissues Pink World Album On Vinyl

January 19, 2021, 11 months ago

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PLANET P PROJECT - Former RAINBOW Keyboardist TONY CAREY Reissues Pink World Album On Vinyl

In 1983 former Rainbow keyboardist Tony Carey had written a lot of material that didn't fit the style of the album (Some Tough City) he was working on at that time. The material he had writtenwas not only experimental, but it was more progressive than his normal pop-oriented rock releases. Hence the birth of the pseudonym Planet P Project that Tony Carey uses to distinguish this experimental music with his normal pop-oriented rock releases.

Renaissance Records has announced the arrival of the reissue of Pink World by Planet P Project. Pink World is a progressive rock album with experimental and science-fiction concepts. The album tells a dystopian story of a group of people who we're sheltered from nuclear attacked in an area called the Zone, which itself was created through the psychic powers of a speechless seven year old boy named, Artemus.

“This iconic album has a lot of similar elements of the first Planet P Project album, but it follows a different narrative.” Jonie Lyle, inventory assistant assistant explains. “Each song takes you through Artemus's special powers, struggles and his journey.”

This Deluxe 180g 2LP of Pink World includes a trading card of Tony Carey, restored liner notes, and lyric sheets.

Tracklisting:

Side 1:

"In The Woods"
"To Live Forever"
"Pink World"
"What I See"
"To Live Forever (Part 2)"
"Power"
"In The Forest"

Side 2:

"A Boy Who Can't Talk"
"The Stranger"
"What I See (Part 2)"
"The Shepherd"
"Behind The Barrier"
"Pink World Coming Down"

Side 3:

"Breathe"
"This Perfect Place"
"What Artie Knows"
"In The Zone"
"Behind The Barrier (Part 2)"
"March Of The Artemis"
"This Perfect Place (Part 2)"

Side 4:

"A Letter From The Shelter"
"What Artie Knows (Part 2)"
"One Star Falling"
"Baby's At The Door"
"Requiem"
"Boy Who Can't Talk (Part 2)"



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