Wednesday, September 24, 2008

CD Review: The Plastics EP

So, The Plastics released their new EP in June. Not mind blowing, but then again, what is these days? When was the last time you bought a mind blowing album or EP? The last time I bought a CD that phenomenal was when I was 13. It was Britney Spears’ first album. Oh yes. I was so proud.

Anyway, with definite Anthony Kiedis (RHCP front man) and Blur influences, The Plastics put together something not run of the mill, which is refreshing. Unfortunately, without actually seeing them play live, it’s a little difficult to make an informed decision about whether I like this band, but I can imagine these songs going down well at a gig. Interesting songs, not sure what they are about, but the entertainment factor is there.

Having said all the above, this new EP is worth a purchase for the music collection. For those cheapskates who prefer to download your music free, The Plastics have catered for you as well. Click here to freely download their hard work.
Also, while you are at it, check out their music video.

Monkey Simulation

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