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Formed in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in 1980, Plasticland were one of the first of the so-called neo-psychedelic bands. Emerging from the Krautrock-inspired Arousing Polaris, Plasticland were based around John Frankovic (bass) and Glenn Rehse (guitar, vocals, organ). They played, and occasionally still play, a lyrically whimsical brand of psychedelia inspired by British psychedelia of the late 1960s ('S.F. Sorrow' era Pretty Things, and 'Piper at the Gates of Dawn' Pink Floyd immediately spring to mind. Unlike many of the 80s… read more

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  • Love them!!
  • a magical whirlwind of sounds and colors, a pleasure that is renewed at every listening. Garage-Psych. -.-.-.-. om hari om .....
  • got the self titled album a while ago. i love it. dont know the other albums(yet) but damn...that one's great.
  • I got Colour Appreciation when it came out but it disappeared some time in the early 80s. one of my kids got ime a copy thru some internet sorcery called file sharing, which they assure me is both legal and sanctioned by his Holiness the Pope.
  • where can i download some stuff of this guys?
  • The Color Appreciation album definitely took me 2 listens to fully appreciate (hehe), but it's great.
  • A criminally neglected, highly scented group.
  • Hi Glenn.
  • then and of my fave 80s combos.
  • moogle, that's why god invented file-sharing. for that... and pornography.

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