The Plan is the fifth studio album by The Osmonds , released in The album contains songs that are about the Mormon faith; its name derives from the Plan of Salvation , a key tenet of the Mormon faith. In a retrospective review for AllMusic, Donald A. Guarisco gave the album a mixed 2. He wrote, "Anyone who thinks of this family group as a bubblegum soul outfit will be bowled over by this incredibly ambitious outing, which attempts to explain the family's Mormon beliefs through a series of songs that cut across a wide variety of pop genres. To commemorate the album's release, the band produced a minute music video, performing a medley of the selected songs in the following order: "Traffic in My Mind", "Let Me In", "Are You Up There? A full video version of "Let Me In" was also released from the same taping.
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The Plan is an archival compilation album of early demo recordings by British new wave band Tubeway Army the band name originally used by Gary Numan , released in While the demos on The Plan were originally recorded in and , they remained unreleased until September when Numan's former label, Beggars Banquet Records , issued them a year after Numan left the label. In the intervening seven years since recording the demos, Numan's career had scaled great heights of commercial success and then waned. His most successful material had been similar in basic form and structure to the demos on The Plan , but had showcased a new synthesizer-based instrumentation instead of his previous punk rock sound. In the album's liner notes, Numan states that these songs were deliberately written and recorded in the then-popular punk rock style with the express aim of securing a record deal. The Plan went on to do moderately well, reaching 29 on the UK album chart.
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