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Artist: Planet P Project

Title: Pink World

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Planet P Project Pink World Album Cover


Category: Prog AOR

Year: 1984

Label: MCA Records

Catalog Number: MCAD8019


Tony Carey bass, guitar, keyboards, programming, vocals
Reinhard Besser guitar
Helmut Bibl guitar
Shane Dempsey synthesizer
Roderich Gold synthesizer, fairlight
Fritz Matzka drums
Robert Musenbichler guitar
Eddie Taylor saxophone


1.  In the Woods  0:57
2.  To Live Forever  3:56
3.  Pink World  4:25
4.  What I See  4:30
5.  To Live Forever, Pt. 2  0:33
6.  Power  4:18
7.  In the Forest  1:10
8.  Boy Who Can't Talk  4:30
9.  Stranger  4:40
10.  What I See, Pt. 2  1:12
11.  Shepherd  4:47
12.  Behind the Barrier  4:14
13.  Pink World Coming Down  1:26
14.  Breath  0:56
15.  This Perfect Place  4:22
16.  What Artie Knows  4:29
17.  In the Zone  4:23
18.  Behind the Barrier, Pt. 2  0:51
19.  March of the Artemites  4:29
20.  This Perfect Place, Pt. 2  0:45
21.  Letter from the Shelter  5:21
22.  What Artie Knows, Pt. 2  0:52
23.  One Star Falling  4:20
24.  Baby's at the Door  3:39
25.  Requiem  1:52
26.  Boy Who Can't Talk, Pt. 2  1:12
Total Running Time:  78:09

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EPs and CD-singles from Planet P Project are also welcome to be added, as long as they are at least 4 songs in length.

Existing comments about this CD

From: Linda Leirvik Date: March 30, 2001 at 10:57
Utrolig god musikk!!! Skulle gjerne vist handlina i teksten

From: Dan Beyer Date: April 2, 2002 at 8:44
This is a COOL CD!!! I've had 2 of the double albums, 3 of the cassettes(and no I don't have any of them anymore unfortunately!?!). Today I just got the German issue of the CD that I bought on EBay from a guy in Russia! I'm listening to the CD right now as I right this and it's the first time in over 13 years since I've listened to this music and I am SO happy!!!

From: Painted_Dragon Date: April 4, 2002 at 5:30
This is a great cd. I have a tape that my uncle bought in Germany while in the military 15 years ago. Still listen to it..tho it is gettin pretty worn out!!

From: 9 CHAMPIONS A 1 Date: October 26, 2002 at 6:48
Quitando el tema What I See que esta bastante decente el resto es INAGUANTABLE.Joder que ABURRIMIENTO.Ah,si es AOR pero del malo.

From: lee Date: November 12, 2002 at 12:22
One of the best concept albums, ever!!

From: Fog-hat Date: December 19, 2002 at 16:29
I agree, one of the best concept albums ever. I have a Pink vinyl double album of this sucker. Hey, whatever happened to Tony Carey?

From: Metal Pete Date: January 7, 2004 at 18:41
Fog-hat, unfortunately Toney was a tortured artist and took his own life many years ago. I believe it was shortly after his last solo album ('Vigilante'?). Later 80's I believe. At least we still have the music.

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From: Whiplash1972 Date: January 7, 2004 at 18:47
The Tony Carey associated with Planet P Project is NOT dead....at least not according to the BIO at his OFFICIAL site. http://www.truebeliever.de/sites_e/bio.html

From: Nick C Date: October 29, 2004 at 7:08
This is a fantastic album that has always been around the old hifi on a regular basis since I bought it back in 1986. Many of the songs are breathtaking, the story is superb and the music carries the tale perfectly. It's a masterpiece! I only recently found out from the comments above that it is also out on CD and luckily I have managed to get a copy...so thanks to you all for letting me know!

From: toni Date: January 22, 2005 at 3:53

From: AORmaniac Date: January 30, 2005 at 22:08
I really cannot understand why someone (Metal Pete) is always writing that Tony commited suicide??? Are you studip man? Why are you spreading lies about this great musician?!!! Anyway... the new Planet P Project album "1931 - Go Out Dancing Part 1" is just fantastic!!!! Thank God Tony is back with a truly awesome album!!!! There will be also a Part 2 and a Part 3 album and they will be out very soon... so stay tuned!!!! Tony... you rock man!!!

From: aorluver Date: March 10, 2010 at 14:00
I love it!!!! So much Pinkfloydish sometimes even to much (Boy who can't talk= Mother), but the album has that uncanny ability to make you love it and wanting it more and more like a drug. Really eerie.

From: petermexico13 Date: August 7, 2013 at 17:11
This is a concept album, not for softies or beginners, it grows on you in each listen, Tony Carey is a great musician. Este es el segundo disco de Tony Carey con su proyecto Planet P, diferente al primero en el cual las canciones son excelentes aunque cortas y sin secuencia ya que este es conceptual. Al escucharlo una y otra vez con detenimiento se aprecia mejor cada detalle. para seguidores de la saga Rainbow de un músico que fué parte de la historia de este excelente grupo. Para conocedores!

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