Planetary Nights | Elliptical Motion

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Elliptical Motion

by Planetary Nights

Classic rock anthems, ballads and blues
Genre: Rock: Classic Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Road Trip
2:42 album only
2. Try It Again
4:53 album only
3. Hide Away
3:55 album only
4. Planetary Nights
4:16 album only
5. If Ever
3:13 album only
6. N.Y.C.
3:26 album only
7. Luck Runnin\' Out
2:49 album only
8. Blisters On My Soul
3:11 album only
9. Fly Away
2:44 album only
10. Ebony Eyes
3:20 album only
11. Don\'t Hold Back
2:38 album only
12. Countin\' On You
3:01 album only
13. Starting Over
2:55 album only
14. Release The Peace
2:34 album only
15. Eventually
2:39 album only
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This kicks off with "Road Trip" a very catchy fast rocker. I love "Try It Again" very laid back..with nice bit of harmonica and guitar. "Planetary Nights" is magical kinda spacy sounding, just love it. This is a great blusy rock record, with a modern feel to it.


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Engaging Classic Rock
Leading off with the jaw-dropping, adrenaline-charged rocker, “Road Trip,” Planetary Nights sets the bar pretty high on their debut CD, “Elliptical Motion.” What follows is a further 14-track exploration of rock styles fused by spot-on instincts and flashes of potent song craft. Built on a classic rock attitude of tuneful and engaging hooks, “Elliptical Motion” is jam packed with songs of raw intensity such as “Luck Runnin’ Out,” or “Release The Peace” and soulful balladry of “If Ever” or “Hide Away,” as well as radio-ready fare defying the constraints of categorization “Don’t Hold Back,” and “Ebony Eyes.” “Countin’ On You” features some fine Southside Johnny-style harp licks, while “Starting Over” sways with a mean Clarence Clemons-style tenor sax part that’s both gritty and urbane. Regardless of influences, though, Planetary Nights’ “Elliptical Motion” is a cohesive and sparkling CD that succeeds because it blazes its own path of genuine fire and passion; a trail that starts and ends at the heart of rock ‘n’ roll.