Frequencies from Planet Ten

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Frequencies from Planet Ten
Frequencies (album).jpg
Studio album by Orange Goblin
Released October 1, 1997
Recorded March 1996 - March 1997 at The Square Center, Nottingham and Rhythm Studios Stratford
Genre Stoner metal, space rock, psychedelic rock
Length 44:48
Label Rise Above Records
The Music Cartel
Producer Dave Chang
Orange Goblin chronology
Electric Wizard/Our Haunted Kingdom
(1996)
Frequencies from Planet Ten
(1997)
Nuclear Guru
(1997)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars [1]

Frequencies from Planet Ten is the debut album by rock band Orange Goblin. It was released in 1997 by Rise Above Records. In 2002 it was reissued as a double CD coupled with their second album, Time Travelling Blues (1998). The reissue version contains two bonus tracks, both taken from their Man's Ruin EP, Nuclear Guru. The latter bonus track is a cover of Black Sabbath's "Hand of Doom". The original Japanese press also contains these two bonus tracks.

Both "Saruman's Wish" and "Lothlorian" have their basis in J. R. R. Tolkien's epic fantasy The Lord of the Rings. Saruman is an evil wizard and Lothlórien is a mythical forest which is home to a race of elves.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "The Astral Project" - 6:49
  2. "Magic Carpet" - 3:19
  3. "Saruman's Wish" - 6:04
  4. "Song of the Purple Mushroom Fish" - 2:33
  5. "Aquatic Fanatic" - 4:20
  6. "Lothlorian" - 1:26
  7. "Land of Secret Dreams" - 7:38
  8. "Orange Goblin" - 5:33
  9. "Star Shaped Cloud" - 9:39*
  10. "Nuclear Guru" - 6:46 (only on Japanese version and 2CD reissue)
  11. "Hand of Doom" - 9:36 (only on Japanese version and 2CD reissue)
  • The actual song ends at 7:06, where after over a minute of silence, a hidden track (which consists of ambient sounds from a party, mainly people chatting and laughing) plays. This hidden track is cut from the 2CD reissue, resulting in a full track length 7:06.

Personnel[edit]

  • Ben Ward - vocals
  • Pete O'Malley - guitar
  • Joe Hoare - guitar
  • Martyn Millard - bass
  • Duncan Gibbs - keyboards
  • Chris Turner - drums

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