|1||In Our Darkest Hour||3:04|
|5||One Ray Of Sunlight||4:46|
|PLANET 1||Phantom Planet||The Guest (CD, Promo, Smplr)||Epic||PLANET 1||Europe||2002|
|SAMPCD 11412, 0114122000, none||Phantom Planet||The Guest (Album Snippet Sampler) (CD, Promo)||Epic, Epic, Rolling Stone||SAMPCD 11412, 0114122000, none||Germany, Austria, & Switzerland||2002|
|XPCD2649||Phantom Planet||The Guest Album Sampler (CD, Promo, Smplr)||Epic||XPCD2649||UK||2002|
The Guest (originally titled Phantom Planet Was Here) is the second studio album by American rock band Phantom Planet, released on February 26, 2002 by Epic Records. It was reissued in November 2003 with four additional bonus tracks, music videos, photos, and lyrics scanned from the notebook in which the album was originally written. The album produced the band's breakthrough hit, "California", which became the theme song to the Fox TV series, The .
Phantom Planet is the self-titled third album by the rock band Phantom Planet, released on January 6, 2004. The album marked a startling change in the band's sound, shifting from radio-friendly pop rock to garage rock, comparable to the sound of The Strokes. Produced by Dave Fridmann (Weezer, MGMT), it is the first album to feature current drummer Jeff Conrad (ex-Big City Rock).
Album · 2001 · 15 Songs. The Guest (Value Added Version). 2. Do the Panic (Live). 3. California (Live). 15 Songs, 52 Minutes. Released: Feb 26, 2001. 2001 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.
Band Name Phantom Planet. Album Name The Guest. Erscheinungsdatum 05 Juni 2002. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen0. Always On My Mind. Lonely Day. 4. One Ray Of Sunlight.
The Guest (originally titled Phantom Planet Was Here) is the 2nd studio album by American rock band Phantom Planet. The album was released on February 26, 2002 by Epic Records. The album produced the band’s breakthrough hit, California, which became the theme song to the Fox TV series, The . Its music video aired on MTV2 in mid-2002.
All lyrics from The Guest album, popular Phantom Planet songs with tracklist and information about album. Album The Guest (2002). Labels Epic, Sony Music. Phantom Planet "The Guest" (2002) album.
At first glance, Phantom Planet seemingly has 'gimmick' built into its DNA- see, frontman Alex Greenwald's also got an acting career. And just look at them! The last time I saw five guys doing so much self-conscious posing was in Zoolander. The Guest is practically the definition of pop- there's enough bubblegum and sticky-sweet lyrics in these twelve tracks to finance a Hubba Bubba comeback. And the unstoppable production duo Mitchell Froom and Tchad Blake work wonders for the album, too, keeping the sounds crystal clear and light as a feather.
Even though The Guest was the group's second album, it felt like the debut of their unapologetically sunny sound, which spawned the hits "California" and "Lonely Da. Phantom Planet, meanwhile, also felt like a debut, so different was it from the manicured pop of their previous album. Instead, the band opted for a sound influenced by trendy, garage-y New York bands like the Strokes and French Kicks, complete with surly, slurry sneers from formerly earnest singer Alex Greenwald and a rough, scuzzy sound from the rest of the band