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We Came To Play - The Plastic Constellations - Mazatlan (CD, Album)


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  1. The Plastic Constellations was an indie rock band founded in in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Went in "indefinite hiatus" in
  2. The Plastic Constellations were a Twin Cities-based indie rock band, formed around in Hopkins, MN. They were known for their rhythmic intensity, anthemic melodies, and playful sense of humor. After a prominent presence on the Minneapolis rock scene for over a decade, the band announced an "indefinite hiatus" just before their album release show for their fourth and presumably final album.
  3. Check out Mazatlan by The Plastic Constellations on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on brasahaberontradopentriculnelting.coinfo
  4. Features Song Lyrics for The Plastic Constellations's Mazatlan album. Includes Album Cover, Release Year, and User Reviews.
  5. We Came to Play 2. Evil Groove 3. Beats Like You Stole Something Mazatlan 8. Oh No, Iowa 9. Vicious Devotion No Complaints Keep It Live. The Plastic Constellations Mazatlan (; ) By Aaron Newell | 22 October Tweet. I tried. I wanted to love this album. I tried to force it, to shed my pretensions, my ridiculous.
  6. Jun 28,  · Mazatlan, the group's emergent Throughout the album, The Plastic Constellations find novel ways to reconcile seemingly incommensurable styles .
  7. Sep 12,  · The Plastic Constellations - Mazatlan () Every once in a while, for the purpose of maximum jamming, I put this album on and rock out. The Constellations are from Minneapolis, and forge a steady groove consisting of a mixture of DC twin guitar style and an almost rap-rock style that on paper sound terrible, but in actuality works well on so.
  8. The band has released four albums such as Let's War, Mazatlan, Crusades, and We Appreciate You. Discography Albums. Let's War () Mazatlan () Crusades () We Appreciate You () EPs. The Plastic Constellations () We Got the Movement () References.