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Genres: Pop, Rock
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All Artists: Osmonds
Title: Plan
Members Wishing: 3
Total Copies: 0
Label: Curb Records
Release Date: 10/16/2001
Genres: Pop, Rock
Style: Oldies
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 715187795624, 0602517351479

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This one's for the grown-ups
TadPole | San Antonio, Texas United States | 11/29/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I am old enough and music savvy enough to know that every successful pop artist has at least one personal album project they're just dying to let their audience in on (Julian Lennons' "PHOTOGRAPH SMILE" or Rick Springfields' "ROCK OF LIFE"). This is usually the third or fourth album in a series of top sellings albums OR it's the last ditch effort from what used to be a popular artist (their way of saying "well, if I'm going out, it's gonna be with something I wrote and produced, not what my label thinks will put me back on the charts"). "THE PLAN" is that album for the Osmonds. If you can be open minded enough in your musical appreciation to allow an artist to move beyond the "box" you were so comfortable for them to create in, you will hear some real craftsmanship. Give this one a chance. This one's for the grown-ups."
Inspiring and touching
1Dee | West Valley City, Utah United States | 11/21/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I owned this album when it was released on vinyl back in '73. I was a teeny bopper Osmond fan at the time. I lost the album long ago and have yearned for it over the years. When I found it again on CD, I did not hesitate to buy it. In fact, I plan on giving it as a Christmas gift to my children and family.
This music moves you. The testimony of these gentlemen is inspiring and uplifting.
The natural urge for man to seek where he came from and where he is going is addressed in this music. One's religous background has little to do with the ability to appreciate the beauty of this work. At a time when concept albums deal more with the negative aspects of man's existence, this is a very welcome change.
Thank you to Alan Osmond for working so hard to bring this music back for future generations."
1Dee | 06/01/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This album suffered because of people's ignorance and fear of religious beliefs. I'm not a Morman but I don't have to be. I'll always love the Osmond Family and their music from the seventies. It's a shame that more of it isn't released on CD for new generations of music lovers to hear. I can't think of better role models and they are definitely needed today! This album had two Top 40 singles in 1973 and they both only reached #36. GOIN HOME and the beautiful LET ME IN. TRAFFIC IN MY MIND is a great and relevant song for people of any religion or state of mind. MOVIE MAN and ONE WAY TICKET TO ANYWHERE are my other favorites. This isn't my personal favorite of their albums and it remained the Osmonds proudest achievement and maybe that's why it's the only one released to date. PLEASE release Crazy Horses, Brainstorm, Love me for a reason, and the Proud One on CD. ARE YOU UP THERE?"