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Planet P Project

Following a stint playing keyboards for Rainbow in the '70s, Californian Tony Carey relocated to Germany, continuing his musical career as a solo artist. He managed to achieve some chart success in the early '80s with songs like "I Won't Be Home Tonight," "A Fine, Fine Day," and "The First Day of Summer." Carey had also formed a creative union with German producer Peter Hauke under the moniker Planet P Project, with Carey handling all of the writing and most of the instrumental duties. Their eponymous 1983 debut was defined by the synthesizer-laden style of the day with a nod to the progressive rock of the prior decade. With heavy exposure of the accompanying video on MTV, the single "Why Me?" clicked at album rock outlets, climbing into the Top Ten while it also managed to crossover over onto the pop charts. Another track, "Static," also received enough airplay to be a moderate AOR hit. The act's next release was even more ambitious, a double album entitled Pink World, which was released in the fall of 1984. A sprawling concept album, Pink World, was musically a continuation of Planet P Project and touched on similar themes reflecting the Cold War paranoia of the mid-'80s. It failed to achieve the attention of the prior record, although the track "What I See" managed to make a slight impact on radio. With Pink World having been eclipsed by the success of his 1984 solo album Some Tough City, which had scored two Top 40 singles in "A Fine, Fine Day" and "The First Day of Summer," Carey shelved Planet P Project. ~ Tom Demalon, Rovi
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Love this song!! :)
Cool
swee0051
What I See from Pink World certainly needs to be available. It was on power rotation for 3 weeks on MTV and active rotation for another 7. (BTW, comments like PINK WORLD=PINK FLOYD (the Wall) are offensive to both.)
1 OF MY ALL TIME FAVORITES
Pink World needs to be added.
PINK WORLD=PINK FLOYD (the Wall_
Where is PINK WORLD?
bin77ford
Planet P Project is sorta Alive and Well. Go Out Dancing, plus Levittown and Out in the Rain. All Outstanding albums.
Oh it's so great to find Planet P/Tony Carey Fans!! I have a mint condition Pink World album and I did totally wear out the cassette of the '83 Planet P Project while out on the club circuit with my band - back when music was amazing, everyday: It's a Fine, Fine, Day
Hey there all you Planet P and Tony carery lovers I have the whole Library for everything hes done here is the link to download them all for free as long as you share them!!!! i love everything from him brings back great meories!!!! PINK WORLD IS SUCH A MASTERPIECE! ! ! ! !
http://www.k a t . p h / t o n y - c a r e y - d i s c o g r a p h y - t 6 6 2 5 1 5 . h t m l
I still have a crisp copy of pink world on cd that I bought in the late 80's. Damn fine music.
http://www.a m a z o n . c o m / P i n k - W o r l d - P l a n e t - P - P r o j e c t / d p / B 0 0 1 G U 0 4 W C / r e f = s r _ 1 _ 1 ? i e = U T F 8 & q i d = 1 2 7 7 9 4 2 7 3 2 & s r = 1 - 1

Planet P Project "Pink World" available from Amazon.com (30 June, 2010).

I LOVED PPP-PW! Agree with jjsboxers - used to like MTV when they played videos... now its just ****...
jjs2boxers
Ahh, MTV back when they played MUSIC.
The memories when music came in many different flavors.
I like most of them, including this although
it is nothing like Carey's former work.
I have a scratchy old cassette of "Pink World" I taped years ago and wish i still had the album. It's not available anymore, I've looked for years and was amazed to see Planet P here at all, but then Pandora keeps growing, happily. I love pandora and have tried to get a t-shirt to no avail.
chuckulz_sho p
Why doesn't Pandora know about "Pink World" it is a great release by these guys ! Too bad people can't enjoy these works like the harder things from Rainbow.
sirchrisiron h e a r t
reminds me of EVERYTHING I hated about the 80's! Everyone joined a synth/new wave band! Tony Carey who I loved in RITCHIE BLACKMORE'S RAINBOW made a fool of himself with this. At least the "supergroup" ASIA didn't go all synth-pop on us, they just made some vomit inducing commercial prog. Tony carey should have joined ASIA instead!
operator1rj5 9
Why Me and Static rememberable even after all this time. I'd love to hear them.

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