Plan 9 or Plan Nine may refer to: Plan 9 (band), a psychedelic rock band from Rhode Island. Plan 9", a song on the album Gorgeous by electronica band 808 State. Plan 9 Channel 7", a song on the 1979 album Machine Gun Etiquette by punk group The Damned. Plan 9 Records, an independent record label that was owned by Glenn Danzig of Misfits. Breaking Benjamin, who went by "Plan 9" during 1999. Plan 9", and album by Big Guitars From Memphis with Rick Lindy.
Plan 9 is an American neo-psychedelic band from Rhode Island formed in 1979.
Plan 9 gives record stores a bad name. This store will never see a penny from me, and it shouldn't have your business either. Plan 9, remove the BS from your stock, or mark it as BS, because otherwise, you're just full of BS. Good luck justifying this with your response. I feel sorry for Richmond hipsters getting taken advantage of by you. Your customers shouldn't have to know all the pressings of every album to trust they are getting legitimate issues.
Featuring four guitars and a sound straight from those psychedelic '60s, Rhode Island's Plan 9 dealt with little except period covers on their first album, 1982's Frustration. The group added a batc. ead Full Biography. Overview . Biography . Discography . Songs .
If you think of it as Unix, you may become frustrated when something doesn't exist or when it works differently than you expected. If you think of it as Plan 9, however, you'll find that most of it works very smoothly, and that there are some truly neat ideas that make things much cleaner than you have seen before.
Plan 9 Records, originally known as Blank Records, was an independent record label that was founded in 1977 by Glenn Danzig of the horror punk band The Misfits In 1977, Danzig founded Blank Records as a means to distribute music by his newly formed band, The Misfits. However, after only one release, The Misfits' first single "Cough/Cool" (1977), Mercury Records had wanted to use the same name for a sub-label .
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