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Planet X

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Tele-Vision
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Fire In The Head
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Dog Star
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Kurt Zombie
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Waves
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First Encounter
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Plato's Cave
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Won't Kill Myself
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Next Encounter
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The Ascent
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 10   Total Length: 39:00

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Helios Creed has a favorite schtick for his album covers — deliberately cheesy science fiction images. The giant shrimp with cowboy hat, bandana, and sixshooters on the cover of the 1994 release Planet X is one of the more fun, playful ones. Inside, listeners will find more of the grinding, intentionally discordant sounds typical of his grunge/industrial fusion, with the sci-fi theme carrying through into the titles, from “Dog Star” to “Kurt Zombie” to “First Encounter.” Effects include the strange double-echoing spoken overlaps on “The Ascent,” which add a strong dash of surreal to the mixture. It seems thematically appropriate that this is released on the Amphetamine Reptile label. – Murrday Fisher

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