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We Come In Peace

by Home Planet

Alternative rock with a sound ranging from the psychedelic 1960's and alternative rock of the 1980's.
Genre: Rock: 80's Rock
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1. Downsized
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2. Home Planet
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3. When Love Is True
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4. Misplaced Time
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5. Room With A View
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6. Beam Me Up
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7. Winter Home Heart
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8. Anguish & Mortality
2:48 $0.80
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9. The Bridge
2:39 $0.80
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10. Snuggle
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11. One Man Made A Difference (Part 1)
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12. Death Row
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13. El Cid - The Legend
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14. Medieval Times
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15. Eire Canal
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
HOME PLANET IS NOW CALLED “OYSTER CLUB”. Oyster Club continues to perform Home Planet music and has composed more tunes released on the CD Grateful Living In The Shadows which can be found on Cdbaby.com

Oyster Club is composed of 2 of the 3 original members from HOME PLANET. Steve Tarnoff: Singer/songwriter and guitarist, and Mike Roux: drummer and backup vocalists (Former HOME PLANET bass player Mark Whitten is in another band at this time). Joining “Oyster Club” provisionally on the recordings has been Martin Tarnoff a.k.a. Suiauthon Lhûgrancion and a few other "nom de plumes" (son of band leader Steve Tarnoff) playing bass and added some younger blood to the band. Taylor McEneaney is their new bass player since Martin left the band. Less recently than Taylor, Shuli Rayberg was added on woodwinds (bassoon/flute).

Oyster Club is named after one of the several intellectual clubs whose membership was composed of prominent intellectuals from the Scottish enlightenment (e.g. economist Adam Smith; philosopher David Hume; geologist James Hutton. Benjamin Franklin dropped in as well). We could all use some enlightenment.

HOME PLANET has not been together since the end of the last millennium. The band played 60’s and 80’s influenced rock with a philosophy that rock music is essentially plugged in folk music at least in a band’s stage before they “make it” and become “gentrified” by membership in the culture club of the entertainment elite.

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martha perez

we come in peace
this album is absolutely beautiful. i enjoyed it so much. i played it all day when i first discovered it and now i am waiting for the cd i just ordered. great music to chill with.
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