Let Me In - The Osmonds - The Plan (CD, Album)

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  1. THE OSMONDS -The Plan CD Album Re-Issue RARE OOP (Donny/War In Heaven) PLEASE SEE OUR PICTURES FOR FURTHER DETAILS AND TRACK LISTING FOR THIS ITEM. Disc Condition- EX Just one v. small light surface scuff only / Complete with Case, Original Insert & Booklet. Sticker mark on edge of case & small crack to back as shownSeller Rating: % positive.
  2. Osmond concept album about Mormonism, including the planet Kolob (where God lives).
  3. Emergence as teen balladeers: The Plan and Love Me for a Reason. The older male Osmonds were of age to go on church missions, yet they believed they could reach more people through their music. They recorded an ambitious album in called The Plan, perhaps best described as a Mormon concept album with progressive rock aspirations.
  4. 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. It reached number 58 on the Billboard Top LPs chart. Two of the album's singles, "Goin' Home" and "Let Me In", both peaked at number 36 on the Billboard Hot
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  6. Low prices on The Osmonds discography of music albums at CD Universe, with top rated service, The Osmonds songs, discography, biography, cover art pictures, sound samples, albums, etc. Plan CD () (Import) 'Let Me In', and Absolute Dance Hits CD () $ Dance Mixes Of Pop Songs. The Definitive Colle CD ().
  7. The Osmonds - The Plan Album Lyrics; 1. Before the Beginning Lyrics: 2. Movie Man Lyrics: 3. It's Alright Lyrics: 4. Mirror, Mirror Lyrics: 5. The Last Days Lyrics: 6. Goin' Home Lyrics: 7. Let Me In Lyrics.
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  9. The Plan is quite unlike most people's expectations of The Osmonds. Granted it contains such classics as 'Let me in' & 'Darlin'' but this is stronger almost darker than their well know sugary ballads. 'Mirror Mirror' reflects (!) that the person we see we don't really like, 'how did we ever come to be the kind of person that I see'/5(59).

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