Planet Sandwich | Yo Pluto!

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Yo Pluto!

by Planet Sandwich

Enduro-Waltz mixed with Pluto-Rock and a touch of Jupiter brewed in Flagstaff, AZ.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. Feet
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2. Engines
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3. Strange
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4. Mouthful of Crust
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5. Mother (Poor on the Moon)
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6. Michael New
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7. Auguries of Innocence
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8. Scratch
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9. Here & Now
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10. Turkey Leg
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Planet Sandwich orbits around and through Northern Arizona at irregular intervals. It consists of Paul Perreault (songwriter, vocals, rhythm guitar, percussion), Troy Marino (drums, percussion), Geoffrey Whittaker (lead guitar, vocals) and Richard May (bass).
Yo Pluto! features guests Heather Malloy on vocals, Kristin Straka on fiddle and Brian White on harmonica.
Yo Pluto! is produced by Andrew "DJ Soe" Baker. Original live tracks were recorded at Sudio Delphonic by Andrew. Additional tracks recored by Paul at StudiOShelia.
"Mother" contains nothing but quotes by Mother Teresa. (now Saint Teresa of Calcutta)
Auguries of Innocence is a poem by William Blake. The song reworks the order and length of the poem, but changes no words.
That's Duke on a moon of Pluto! Artwork by Paul Perreault with planets by Jace Bozzelli and Peter Perreault. Background painting artist is awfully good, but unknown.
The band name Planet Sandwich comes from the song "styrofoam" on the self-titled debut LP.

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