These recordings were sent to Joe Romagnola at Grooveyard Records by Janne Stark who had recieved a copy from Sören Dahlgren, a close friend to the band. Joe Romagnola liked what he heard and Plankton was signed to the Grooveyard label. The music of Plankton is based on a variety of influences that the five members grew up with. You´ll find blends of everything from The Jimi Hendrix Experience to traditional Swedish folk music, from The Beatles to The Rutles, from Deep Purple to Swedish fairy-tales, from The Shadows to Monty Python´s Flying Circus and of course the legendary Elephantman... Releases: "Plankton" 2002 "Humble Colossus" 2004 "Rare Tracks" 2006 "Plankton 3" 2006 2) Plankton was an acid trance project by Frank T. Wallace. 3) Plankton is an Indie-Pop Band from Winterthur, Switzerland.
They stand for groovy shows on the big stages as well as for melodic performances at the corner in the streets. www.plankton.ch Members: Vocals: Reto Karli (firstname.lastname@example.org) Guitar: Philipp Kräutli (email@example.com) Keys: Stefan Bosshart (firstname.lastname@example.org) Bass: Vincent Hofmann (email@example.com) Drums: Dominik Deuber (firstname.lastname@example.org) Their next album is said to release in September 2008. 4) PLANKTON is a acustic pop/ indie project from Bavaria, Germany. It is named like young front vocalist Julia Plank. Catchy Songs great melodies and smart lyrics in four languages with pure instrumentation make them unic an trendsetters to their generation.
International as they are, they know what they're heading for, while knowing exactly from where they come. First album coming out January 2009, www.plankton.online.ms 5) Plankton is an Australian outfit with releases on Feral Media 6) Plankto nis Tommi Liikka, also known as Dead-O. Under the Plankton moniker he has released numerous underground hiphop mixtapes. 7) Plankton Alias of French Techno DJ and Producer Anouar Hemissi. Read more on Last.fm.
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