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Format: gatefold heavyweight vinyl 2xLP + art inserts
Cat: 4AD 0009LP
Released: 09 Jun 17
Genre: Experimental/Electronic
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Tracklist
Side 1
1. "Neptune" (3:02)
2. "Jupiter" (4:03)
3. "Halley's Comet" (3:04)
4. "Venus" (5:12)
Side 2
1. "Uranus" (6:50)
2. "Mars" (6:46)
3. "Black Energy" (5:49)
Side 3
1. "Sun" (3:59)
2. "Tides" (1:01)
3. "Moon" (3:38)
4. "Pluto" (4:23)
5. "Kuiper Belt" (2:04)
6. "Black Hole" (0:35)
7. "Saturn" (3:49)
8. "In The Beginning" (1:17)
Side 4
1. "Earth" (15:09)
2. "Mercury" (5:12)
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Review

Planetarium is an intriguing proposition: a four-way, collaborative concept album themed around space (but actually about the human condition), written and produced by alt-rock singer/songwriter Sufjan Stevens, modern classical composer Nico Muhly, drummer James McAllister and jazz guitarist Bryce Dessner. Over the course of two slabs of vinyl and 75 minutes, the quartet - at times accompanied by no fewer than seven trombonists, for reasons not explained in the publicity material - speed between intergalactic ambience, political prog rock anthems, sweeping modern classical compositions, thrilling electronic/acoustic fusions, luscious piano ballads and lots more besides. Despite the impressive eclecticism on show, the whole thing feels surprisingly coherent thanks to frequent appearances from Stevens distinctive vocals.

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