VXS 2009 rare early BOMP release on a TEST PRESSING, only 5 made.
Their first - great raw 60s sound..
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 batch of originals on Dealing With the Dead (Midnight), and spent the next two albums compiling early singles (Plan 9) and documenting their live show (I've Just Killed a Man, I Don't Want to See Any Meat).
Plan 9 began to add remnants of hard rock with 1985's Keep Your Cool & Read the Rules, but after switching to Enigma, the group stripped its '60s influences and began sounding like a plain old rock band. - John Bush, All Music Guide [7/82]
|A1||Can't Stand This Love, Goodbye||2:17|
|A2||How Many Times||3:40|
|A3||I Can Only Give You Everything||4:18|
|A4||I'm Not There||1:50|