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King's X - Out Of The Silent Planet

King's X - Out Of The Silent Planet
  • Performer King's X
  • Title Out Of The Silent Planet
  • Date of release 1988
  • Country US
  • Style Alternative Rock, Funk Metal, Heavy Metal
  • Label Atlantic
  • Catalog number 7-81825-2, 81825-2
  • Other formats CD, Album
  • Genre Rock
  • Size MP3 1181 mb
  • Size FLAC 2805 mb
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 505

Tracklist

1Sometimes3:40
2Visions5:11
3What Is This?3:48
4Shot Of Love3:15
5In The New Age5:23
6Power Of Love4:57
7Goldilox4:41
8Far, Far Away4:14
9Wonder4:13
10King3:01

Credits

  • EngineerSteve Ames
  • Mastered ByBob Ludwig
  • ProducerKing's X, Sam Taylor
  • Written-ByDoug Pinnick, Jerry Gaskill, Ty Tabor
  • Written-By [Co-written]Marty Warren (tracks: 5, 8)

Notes

Recorded at Rampart Studio, Houston Texas.

Notes credit Warren (Marty Warren) as song writer on a track marked with but no song titles have the symbol next to them to distinguish which track/tracks he co-wrote.
The symbol can be found on the lyric page of the booklet.

Companies

  • Recorded At – Rampart Studios
  • Mastered At – Masterdisk

Album

Out of the Silent Planet is the debut studio by the American progressive metal band King's X, released in 1988. The title of the album comes from that of a book by C. Lewis, an author favored by band members Ty Tabor and Jerry Gaskill. Out of the Silent Planet is also the title of the first track from the follow up album Gretchen Goes to Nebraska. The cover art features the skyline of Houston with the southern outline of the state of Texas. The album received widespread acclaim from music. Songs in album King's X - Out of the Silent Planet 1988. King's X - In the New Age. King's X - Goldilox. King's X - Power of Love. King's X - Wonder. King's X - Sometimes. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. Album 1988 10 Songs. 1988 Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States. More by King's X. Kings X. Released 1988. Out of the Silent Planet . CD Album. this is war this is peace quiet roars of silent screams it makes me think it makes me deal with the situation how do i feel There's a wall between us a partition of sorts and it makes me wonder there's a sign ahead says it's gonna be okay and it makes me wonder should I go to the front or should I go to the back should I just pray or should I attack this is church this is state rock-n-roll amazing grace. it makes me think it makes me deal with the situation how do i feel. familiar faces annually haunt me the cold brings seasons of the heart always reminded can't block it out no one could see it from the start. she was lost yesterday far far away. Shot of Love. After nearly a decade struggling for recognition, Houston's King's X finally obtained a record deal with Megaforce Records, issuing their debut Out of the Silent Planet in 1988. The band's unique sound combines Beatles-esque vocal harmonies and melodies with heavy guitars, complex arrangements, and singer Doug Pinnick's incredible, gospel-tinged voice. In the New Age. King's X. Out Of The Silent Planet. Writer: Doug Pinnick - Jerry Gaskill - Ty Tabor. Power of Love. Out Of The Sil. KINGS X seemingly came out of nowhere in 1988 with their debut album OUT OF THE SILENT PLANET melding progressive metal with funk and soul in midst of the sea of glam metal, dance pop and corporate controlled MTV. The band has consisted of the same three members since its inception in Springfield, MO all the way back in 1980 and despite never reaching extreme heights in their success have been cited as a major influence in the alternative rock that would dominate the 90s and to this day have a very loyal following. Rivadavia, Eduardo. The 200 Greatest Albums of the 80s, Classic Rock & Metal Hammer presents 1980s, Classic Rock & Metal Hammer, retrieved 16 April 2008. External links. Official King's X Site, Accessed on July 10, 2005. Additional Information about the album, Accessed on April 26, 2006. site francophone, Accessed on July 24, 2006