Seance Fiction - G//Z/R - Plastic Planet (CD, Album)

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  1. Plastic Planet by GZR - CD () for $ from gukswordcasternador.xyzinfo Heavy Metal - Order by Phone /5(19).
  2. Plastic Planet is an album by GZR (known at the time as G//Z/R), The artist on the album was listed as "Geezer" instead of "g/z/r". Also, the song did not appear in the film itself. Although no commercial single was released, a CD promotional EP was issued by TVT Records in the USA (catalogue TVT P), with full colour inserts. The.
  3. g//z/r - Plastic Planet () First album for this Geezer Butler solo Tracklist: 1. Catatonic Eclipse 2. Drive Boy Shooting 3. Giving Up the Ghost 4. Plastic Planet 5. The Invisible 6. Seance Fiction 7. House of Clouds 8. Detective 27 9. X13 Sci-Clone But G/Z/R's sophomore album 'Black Science' is way better than this one. Rispondi.
  4. Another Story is the second and final album by the Scottish band Fiction gukswordcasternador.xyzinfo was released in The album was a commercial failure and featured no hit singles, despite the release of three singles the same year; "Not the Only One", "No Time" and "Standing at the Top of the World".Missing: Seance Fiction.
  5. - Plastic Planet - gukswordcasternador.xyzinfo Music. Skip to main content. Try Prime EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Returns & Orders Try Prime Cart. CDs & Vinyl Go Search Hello Missing: Seance Fiction.
  6. Plastic Planet, an Album by G//Z/R. Released 26 October on Raw Power (catalog no. RAW CD / GAS RAW ACC; CD). Genres: Alternative Metal, Industrial Metal.
  7. G Z R - X13 Lyrics. Imploding nuclear family Disfunctionally correct Condom-ed to monoality This is generation x Toxified, sterilised Computerised, victimised.
  8. Jan 29,  · Plastic Planet is very much of its era, but manages to incorporate a lot of 90’s Metal’s strengths and few of its weaknesses. The album’s mix, by Paul Northfield (Rush, Queensryche), has also aged pretty well compared to most metal albums from The Aftermath: The original G/Z/R lineup didn’t do much to support Plastic Planet.

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