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Green Milk from the Planet Orange are a band from Tokyo formed in 2001 after the breakup of the band No rest for the dead. Their music combines elements of psychedelic rock, prog-rock and punk. The band had several line-up changes, but was always centered on members A (drums, synth), dead k (guitar) and various bassists (T, Benjian and Margarette H). In May 2007 their clip "Demagog" was number one of Google Videos "Top 100 Videos - United States" ranking.
The band released the 7'' production 'The Shape Of Rock To Come' (2001) and the full album 'Birth Of The Neo Trip' (2002) on their own label Ancient Records representing a special blend of space and jazz rock. 2003 saw bassist 'Benjian' replaced by 'T'. The same year they went to USA to produce a new album but the work could not be completed.
GMFTPO was formed in 2001 by Dead K, Benjian and A. Benjian was changed to T (3) alias Wolf (83) in 2003, then released 2 full-length album and some records, did many tours all around the us. T left in 2007, then Margarette H joined in 2008 but the band stoped at the end of 2008. and in 2016, Dead K, A and the new bass player Wadamori Yu starts GMFTPO again. Progressive rock is not dead.
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If you were active in the local club scene in the mid-aughts, you'd be forgiven for thinking Green Milk From the Planet Orange was from Portland. Between 2004 and 2006, the Japanese prog-rock trio played a half-dozen frenetic, window-shattering affairs at now-forgotten local stages-one memorable show saw them draw a severely over-capacity crowd to the Tube in Old Town. Then the band flew home to Tokyo and went dark for nearly a decade. Nearly 10 years after the release of band's last album, 2007's You Take Me To the World, a new recording appeared on Bandcamp
- Recorded At – Dig Recording
- Mixed At – Dig Recording
- Mastered At – Helmet Room
- Artwork – Witchbeam.com
- Bass [Fender Jazz Bass] – T
- Design [Art Design], Layout – Chris*
- Drums – A
- Guitar [Gibson SG], Vocals – Dead K
- Mastered By – Randall Frazier
- Music By [Songs Improvised By] – GMFTPO*
- Recorded By, Mixed By – Doug Krebs
NotesRecorded and mixed at Dig Studio, Portland, OR, June 2004.
Mastered at Helmet Room, Denver, Co.
First edition of 1000 copies in a 5 color, 8-panel Digipak.
The first 33 copies include a signed & numbered insert.