|Single by My Chemical Romance|
|from the album Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys|
|Released||March 25, 2011|
|My Chemical Romance singles chronology|
"Planetary (Go!)" is a single from My Chemical Romance's fourth and final studio album, Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys as well as the fifth track on the album. Beneath the band's name and song title on the cover art of the single, the Japanese word for go, 行け (go) can be seen. The song was nominated for the Kerrang! Award for Best Single.
On February 4, 2011, My Chemical Romance announced that the song would be released, on March 21, 2011, as the next single on their official website. The song is featured in the PlayStation 3 video game Gran Turismo 5 (except Japanese version), as the song that plays during the intro. It also can be heard while racing. It is also used in the video game F1 2011. It was also used in an advert for Super Bowl XLV. The single was delayed later until March 25 for Ireland and March 28 for the UK/USA. The download single featured two remix tracks as B-sides including one by Lags of Gallows.
The music video was filmed on February 24, 2011, at the O2 Academy, Islington. The video first premiered on My Chemical Romance's Facebook page on March 21, 2011. The video starts off including Japanese characters with English subtitles underneath. Then the band is seen playing at Islington's O2 academy in front of a crowd. Tickets were on sale the day before for fans to attend the performance.
This is the only music video to show Michael Pedicone on the drums.
|UK Rock (The Official Charts Company)||1|
- Version 1 (promotional CD)
|1.||"Planetary (Go!)" (radio edit)||3:59|
|2.||"Planetary (Go!)" (single version)||4:06|
- Version 2 (digital download)
|1.||"Planetary (Go!)" (single version)||4:06|
|2.||"Planetary (Go!)" (Lags Gallows remix)||4:00|
|3.||"Planetary (Go!)" (Vazquez/Gorman remix)||3:58|
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Danger Days: The True Lives of the Dangerous Killjoys can only be described as electro-rock party-pop, as best exemplified by "Planetary (Go!)".
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other "Danger Days" selections nodded to synth-pop, as "Planetary (Go!)" rode a disco beat
- MarkWilson. "My Chemical Romance - Leeds Festival 2011". Altsounds. Retrieved May 15, 2015.
The entirely immersive dance-punk anthem "Planetary (GO!)"
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