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Failure - Fantastic Planet album mp3
Alternative Metal,Heavy Metal,Alternative Pop/Rock,Alternative/Indie Rock
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    Fantastic Planet
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    Alternative Metal,Heavy Metal,Alternative Pop/Rock,Alternative/Indie Rock
  • Date of release:
    August 13, 1996
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  • Recording location:
    F.P.S. Los Angeles, CA
  • Size FLAC version
    1239 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1839 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1730 megabytes
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Fantastic Planet is the third studio album by American alternative rock band Failure, released on August 13, 1996. It was the last album released on Slash Records as distributed by Warner Bros. The album was produced by Failure themselves in a process that took longer than their previous two albums, with one song being recorded and produced soon after being written, and repeating this process.

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Fantastic Planet is the final album from space rock band Failure. Formed in 1990, the band creates a surprisingly deep sound with only 3 members, although Greg Edwards plays many instruments and double tracks many times. Released in 1996, the album at times sounds much like the time period, and other times, it shows where current mainstream rock bands get their inspiration. At the time, the post grunge era led by bands like Silverchair took over the airwaves, and many bands attempted to recreate this sound

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For as irreverent and fresh as this music feels, even 18 years after its release, & Planet' is an album that wears its influences with pride. For as much of Cobain's rasp and snark as there is in Andrews' voice on &.Politeness' and & there are equal parts Gavin Rossdale on & Umbrellas;& Matt Talbot of Hum on & and & Space Song;' and 311's Nick Hexum on &.

Edwards and Andrews actually achieved their artistic goals with the resulting album, named Fantastic Planet after the English version of director René Laloux’s outlandishly tripped-out 1973 animated film La Planète Sauvage. Fantastic Planet is defined by its thematic continuity.

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Ken Andrews - Bass, Composer, Engineer, Guitar, Mixing, Vocals
Kenny Andrews - Bass, Engineer, Guitar, Mixing, Vocals
Tom Baker - Mastering
Greg Edwards - Bass, Composer, Guitar, Percussion, Piano
Failure - Primary Artist, Producer
Inertia - Cover Art Concept
Syd Kato - Photography
Kelli Scott - Drums
Casey Stone - Assistant, Assistant Engineer, Mixing Assistant
Michael Uhlenkott - Artwork, Paintings

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Saturday Saviour Ken Andrews / Greg Edwards Failure 4:27
2 Sergeant Politeness Ken Andrews / Greg Edwards Failure 4:05
3 Segue 1 Ken Andrews / Greg Edwards Failure 1:54
4 Smoking Umbrellas Ken Andrews / Greg Edwards Failure 3:58
5 Pillowhead Ken Andrews / Greg Edwards Failure 2:09
6 Blank Ken Andrews / Greg Edwards Failure 5:38
7 Segue 2 Ken Andrews / Greg Edwards Failure 1:17
8 Dirty Blue Balloons Ken Andrews / Greg Edwards Failure 4:23
9 Solaris Ken Andrews / Greg Edwards Failure 3:43
10 Pitiful Ken Andrews / Greg Edwards Failure 4:45
11 Leo Ken Andrews / Greg Edwards Failure 3:05
12 Segue 3 Ken Andrews / Greg Edwards Failure 2:11
13 The Nurse Who Loved Me Ken Andrews / Greg Edwards Failure 4:25
14 Another Space Song Ken Andrews / Greg Edwards Failure 5:10
15 Stuck on You Ken Andrews / Greg Edwards Failure 4:28
16 Heliotropic Ken Andrews / Greg Edwards Failure 6:14
17 Daylight Ken Andrews / Greg Edwards Failure 6:00

The legacy of some albums cannot be disputed. Though they may receive some negative reviews immediately after their release, they take on a life of their own through word of mouth amongst rabid fans and music lovers in general. Fantastic Planet is one of those albums. Coming at the tail end of the grunge wave, it perfectly nailed the ambient feeling of uselessness and isolation that many young adults felt at the time, and has remained relevant ever since.There are no duds to speak of on Fantastic Planet, and most numbers are immense and climactic. While most rock bands would spread out the ideas of a song like The Nurse Who Loved Me, Daylight or Heliotropic over an entire album, Failure shoots songs like it and several others straight through the stratosphere. Drug references abound (not to be confused with "metaphors about carpet stores"), but the main themes are the comfort/discomfort of isolation and the scariness of self-discovery, which explain the outer space and science-fiction imagery.Thousands of listeners developed a unique bond with Fantastic Planet, feeling like they had discovered a hidden gem in a mountain of pop-rock dirt. Its enduring appeal was enough to bring Failure back to the stage and the studio years down the line. Which practically makes it an album that can raise the dead.
IMHO this is the most underrated rock album of all time. I bought this CD when it came out in 96 and I still have it in my constant rotation of music to this day. It's truly a perfect album.
This one started me on alternative rock.Very unique!!!To this day impresses! Think of Pink Floyd Dark Side... But Alternative. Outside the common! Enjoy!!
When we saw them at Lalapalooza in '98, the guy announcing the bands said they were the 'best band in the world'...definitely one of them! This is definitely a 4 to 5 star album...highly recommended!!