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Pink World [Definitive Edition]

  • 1. In the Woods
    2. To Live Forever
    3. Pink World
    4. What I See
    5. To Live Forever, Pt. 2
    6. Power
    7. In the Forest
    8. Boy Who Can't Talk, A
    9. Stranger, The
    10. What I See, Pt. 2
    11. Shepherd, The
    12. Behind the Barrier
    13. Pink World Coming Down
    14. Breath
    15. This Perfect Place
    16. What Artie Knows
    17. In the Zone
    18. Behind the Barrier, Pt. 2
    19. March of the Artemites
    20. This Perfect Place, Pt. 2
    21. Letter from the Shelter, A
    22. What Artie Knows, Pt. 2
    23. One Star Falling
    24. Baby's at the Door
    25. Requiem
    26. Boy Who Can't Talk, Pt. 2, A
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): RMED00396

  • Credits
    ProducerPeter Hauke
    EngineerNigel Jopson; Andy Lunn; Mathias Dietrich; Nigel Jopson; Andy Lunn

    Personnel: Tony Carey (vocals, various instruments, programming, computer); Reinhard Besser (guitar, sound effects); Robert Musenbichler (guitar); Eddie Taylor (saxophone); Roderich Gold (synthesizer); Fritz Matzka (drums, snare drum); Shane Dempsey (programming).
    Audio Mixer: Andy Lunn.
    Liner Note Author: Tony Carey.
    Recording information: Hotline Studios, Frankfurt, Germany.
    Illustrator: Stan Watts.
    Photographer: Larry DuPont.
    Arrangers: Peter Hauke; Tony Carey.
    Still a one-man show, Tony Carey, under the banner of Planet P Project, again teamed with producer Peter Hauke for this 1984 follow-up to the self-titled debut of the prior year. It's a sprawling, ambitious double album with a sketchy plot line revolving around Artimus, a boy who doesn't speak, and a Cold War-inspired Armageddon. Like it's predecessor, the music features a heavy emphasis on synthesizers, although there's also a good dose of guitar, giving it appeal to rock fans. Carey infuses Pink World with solid melodies, and there's plenty to enjoy on tracks like the surging title cut, the brooding "What I See," and the folk-tinged "A Boy Who Can't Talk." And, to his credit, despite the somewhat cumbersome premise, Carey manages to keep it all from getting too pretentious. Pink World is a curiously interesting work that has managed to achieve a certain cult status. ~ Tom Demalon

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