Planet Ultra

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Planet Ultra

Studio album by Urban Dance Squad

Released
1996

Genre
Heavy metal,[1] rap rock

Length
73:43

Label
Virgin

Producer
Andrew Weiss

Urban Dance Squad chronology

Persona Non Grata
(1994)
Planet Ultra
(1996)
Artantica
(1999)

Professional ratings

Review scores

Source
Rating

Allmusic
[1]

Planet Ultra is the fourth studio album by Dutch band Urban Dance Squad. Released in 1996, the album marked another stylistic change for the band after their hard rock and heavy metal based previous album Persona Non Grata. Though DJ DNA had not yet returned by this point, the band once again made use of turntables on this album. There are also many songs on the album that feature singing instead of rapping by vocalist Rudeboy.
Track Listing[edit]

Nonstarter (4:36)
Temporarily Expendable (3:32)
Forgery (2:15)
Planet Ultra (4:59)
Dresscode (5:02)
Totalled (2:57)
Warzone 109 (3:13)
Metaphore Warfare (2:48)
Ego (2:38)
Carbon Copy (3:39)
Everyday Blitzkrieg (1:17)
Inside-Outsider (2:32)
Stark Sharks & Backlashes (3:17)
Pass The Baton Right (3:20)
Damn The Quota (1:54)
Grifter Swifter (6:21)
Tabloid Say (15:44)
Natural Born Communicator (3:40)

References[edit]

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External links[edit]

http://www.discogs.com/Urban-Dance-Squad-Planet-Ultra/release/544325

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Urban Dance Squad

Rudeboy Remmington
Tres Manos
Sil
Magic Stick
DJ DNA

Studio albums

Mental Floss for the Globe
Life ‘n Perspectives of a Genuine Crossover
Persona Non Grata
Planet Ultra
Artantica

Singles

“Deeper Shade of Soul”

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