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Plan 9 Band
Plan 9 is an American neo-psychedelic band from Rhode Island formed in 1979.
The group was named for the 1950s science fiction film Plan 9 from Outer Space.
The Calgary Herald wrote, in 1989, "Its music has that spirited, no-holds-barred feel of rock from the '60s while managing to not sound dated."
- Eric Stumpo
- Debora D
- John DeVault
- Harry Keithline
- Mike Meehan (1979 -1984)
- Alex Nagle
- John Florence
- Brian Thomas (1985)
- Brent Hosier (1985-86)
- Evan Laboissionniere
- Steve Anderson
- I Can't Stand This Love, Goodbye
- 5 Years Ahead of My Time
- Brian T & Plan 9 EP
- Around the USA
- Merry Christmas
- Frustration EP (Voxx, 1981)
- Dealing With the Dead (Midnight, 1983)
- Plan 9 (New Rose, 1984)
- It's a Live/I Just Killed a Man and I Don't Want to See Any Meat... (Midnight, 1985)
- Keep Your Cool and Read the Rules (Pink Dust/Enigma 1986)
- Anytime Anyplace Anywhere (Restless/Enigma, 1986)
- Sea Hunt (Enigma, 1987)
- Ham & Sam Jammin' (Restless, 1989)
- Stock Footage (WorryBird, 1994)
- Pleasure Farm (J-Bird, 1998)
- Cow Town (Criswell Predicts, 2001)
- The Gathering (Criswell Predicts, 2001)
- 9 Men's Misery (Criswell Predicts, 2001)
- Sour Tongue Readings (Criswell Predicts, 2002)
- Things I Do (Criswell Predicts, 2008)
- "I Like Girls" from Le Vie En Rose (New Rose Records, 1985)
- "Man Bites Dog" and "Ship of Fools" from The Enigma Variations 2 (Enigma Records, 1987)
- "Try to Run" from Rock'n'Rose (New Rose Records, 1990)
- "Blood" from This Is Horrorpunk, Vol. 2
- ^ Plan 9 at Allmusic
- ^ Boehm, Mike (January 25, 1986). "Who's Plan 9... and what's the plan? A Rhode Island rock band checks itself out", The Providence Journal, p. A10.
- ^ Hoekstra, Dave (June 9, 1989). "Dave's Dawn Patrol", Chicago Sun-Times, p. 7.
- ^ Muretich, James (June 1, 1989). "Mystery band keeps plugging away: Plan 9", Calgary Herald, p. E2.