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Planet P Project

Planet P Project

Planet P Project


Planet P Project was a science-fiction themed progressive rock band with one permanent member: Tony Carey; he used the name for his music that didn't fit the style of his other work. The first two albums, Planet P Project and Pink World, were released in 1983 and 1984 respectively, and saw a fair amount of MTV video airplay. Planet Project's most well known singles were Why Me, a sweeping, energetic romp about outer space and isolation, and the downbeat Static on the Radio. Read more on Last.fm
Planet P Project was a science-fiction themed progressive rock band with one permanent member: Tony Carey; he used the name for his music that didn't fit the style of his other work. The first two albums, Planet P Project and Pink World, were released in 1983 and 1984 respectively, and saw a fair amount of MTV video airplay. Planet Project's most well known singles were Why Me, a sweeping, energetic romp about outer space and isolation, and the downbeat Static on the Radio. Carey revived the Planet P Project name in 2003 and released Go Out Dancing Part I - 1931.

The second album in the series, Go Out Dancing, Part II - Levittown was released in 2008. The final album, Go Out Dancing, Part III - Out In The Rain, was released 15 December 2009. This is also the fifth and final album Tony Carey will release under the Planet P Project name. Planet P Project has not been legally available through the links listed for some years.

The only source for Tony Carey and Planet P Project’s news and music sales is his one official website: www.truebeliever.de. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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