There are multiple artists called “Planetarium”.

1) A progressive italian rock band in the early ‘70. Their most important Lp is “Infinity” realised in 1971, a concept album about man’s life.

2) The musical endeavours of Pete Namlook (aka Air, Syn) and New Composers. Upbeat techno invoking spacial imagery; distant noise emanating from the depths of the galaxy. Intricate beats and catchy basslines. As close to “conventional” as Namlook ever went - and not even close!

3) Planetarium were a three piece rock band from Melbourne, Australia. Members were Paul Moro on drums, Shaun Scanlon on bass and vocals, Robert Brown on guitar.

4) Japanese visual kei band (プラネタリウム) with the following members:
Vocalist Mar (CODE7203-KineSicS)
Guitarist Rin (ex.SEED)
Bassist Hisa (ex.SEED)
Drummer Musashi (ex.M)
Keyboard Yuno

Edited by cirrusly- on 29 Jul 2014, 02:52

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