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FONZO-S - Live From Planet X download mp3 album
Performer:
FONZO-S
Album:
Live From Planet X
Released:
1992
FLAC vers. size:
1484 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1141 mb
WMA vers. size:
1881 mb
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4.1 ★
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308

Universe is the first studio album by instrumental rock/progressive metal supergroup Planet X, released on June 6, 2000 through Inside Out Music. The album is essentially a continuation of keyboardist Derek Sherinian's 1999 debut solo release Planet X, but this time as a full band effort featuring guitarist Tony MacAlpine and drummer Virgil Donati.

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Prophet and the Spidercats ‎– Live from Planet X. Label: Not On Label ‎– none. Format: File, MP3, Album.

Live from Planet X. (CD - Nature Sounds. Doom has added some "space sound effects" to this new version that fit perfectly with the album's feel since this isn't your usual live release. There's little room ambience and crowd participation is fairly absent on this undboard recording, but Doom himself is all the way live, rattling off two studio albums' worth of rhymes without ever sounding spent. It's an underground lyric lover's dream, and there are early-era hits aplenty with the best of Operation: Doomsday and some assorted singles getting righteous workouts

Other albums by MF Doom. Live from Planet X. Convexed.

Live From Oz' is the second album from Planet X and contains material reaching back as far as Derek Sherinian's 1999 solo album (somewhat confusingly called 'Planet X') and forward to 'Moonbabies'. Recorded in Melbourne, on the final gig of the 2001 tour, the band were joined by Dave La Rue on bass (Dixie Dregs/Steve Morse).

Live from Planet X is a live album by MF Doom, released on March 5, 2005 through Nature Sounds. It was recorded live in San Francisco, California, on 15 August 2004. Originally titled Live at the DNA Lounge, the album was initially given away with Special Herbs, Vols. 5 & 6, an instrumental hip hop album by DOOM under his "Metal Fingers" alias. It contains tracks from almost all DOOM-related projects at that point, including Operation: Doomsday, Take Me to Your Leader, Vaudeville Villain and Madvillainy. The live album received mixed reactions at the time of its release.

Tracklist

A1 Intro / So In Control
A2 Girls At The Beach
B1 Love Theme "Planet X"
B2 My House