The Martian ‎– Meet The Red Planet

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Red Planet ‎– RP-1
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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A1 Meet The Red Planet 4:52
A2 Lost Transmission From Earth
Words By [Uncredited] – Eldridge Cleaver
6:02
B The Intruder 4:35

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"The Intruder" plays inside-out.

On A side label: "The Red Planet will appear only when your mind is open."

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  • Matrix / Runout: RP-1A # 1. MEET THE RED PLANET # 2. LOST TRANSMISSION FROM EARTH WORDS FROM ELDRIDGE CLEAVER (NSC)
  • Matrix / Runout: RP-1B "THE INTRUDER" NATIONAL(NSC)SOUND

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funk_wid_it

funk_wid_it

November 19, 2017
edited 22 days ago

I thought this classic first Red Planet release came out in 1991? Anyone agree / disagree?
A new Red Planet release would come out just once a year and I thought they started with this one in '91? You then had 'Star Dancer' in '92 and 'Sex In Zero Gravity' in '93..and so on.
DAC027

DAC027

March 1, 2012
edited over 5 years ago
A1 and A2 are great tracks, with outstanding production typical of the UR camp around this time. The real meat of this release, however, is the B-side "The Intruder". This is an absolute monster of a tune, with a dirty electro beat, evil stuttering bass, and what can only be described as sounds emanating from outer space. Twenty years on, the track still sounds completely fresh and unique. Get this if you come across it. It's an absolutely essential Detroit release.