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Plastic Green Head

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Year: 1996

Label: Century Media

Catalog Number: 7809-2

Average Rating: 72 / 100 (2 ratings)

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Personnel
Eric Wagner Vocals
Bruce Franklin Guitars
Rick Wartell Guitars
Ron Holzner Bass
Jeff Olson Drums
Tracks
1.  Plastic Green Head  3:35
2.  The Eye  4:20
3.  Flowers  4:20
4.  Porpoise Song  4:42  Cover: The Monkess
5.  Opium-Eater  4:25
6.  Hear The Earth  3:59
7.  Another Day  4:53
8.  Requiem  4:54
9.  Below Me  3:37
10.  Long Shadows Fall  2:45
11.  Tomorrow Never Knows  5:23  Cover: The Beatles
12.  Till The End Of Time  4:09
  
Total Running Time:  51:02

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Metalhead66 Date: February 10, 2005 at 11:48
Not as good as the S/T Release from 1990,in fact I really don't like this,But to each his own!!!

From: Fog-hat Date: February 10, 2005 at 18:11
A disappointment. Not near as good as their last release. However they do a killer cover of the Monkee's Porpoise Song. Almost worth the money just for that cut.

From: Scott Date: February 11, 2005 at 14:39
A good release, but certainly not of the same calibur as the two CDs that proceeded it. I agree with Fog-hat that their cover of the Porpoise Song is very cool though. There are a few other choice cuts as well including the cover of the Beatles "Tomorrow Never Knows."

From: rick kerch vzla Date: November 3, 2013 at 20:06
Put this record in a blender and you'll have a soft drink of Led Zeppelin and Soundgarden served ...best shots in here for me were tracks 1,3,5,7 & 10...if you like the aforementioned bands then grab this album otherwise skip it and get the early doomy stuff that Trouble has recorded in previous releases...70/100

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: April 3, 2015 at 20:11
Manic Frustration was a seriously tough act to follow, and while Plastic Green Head doesn't match its predecessor, it does continue on with a very similar style and even production sound. Really, the only thing holding this disc back is a comparative lack of hooks. There's no "Come Touch The Sky," no "Memory's Garden," no "'Scuse Me," that just jump out and grab you. But the riffs are there, and that pulling-rusty-nails-out-of-old-boards guitar tone. The album has a similar hazy, druggy, uneasy quality--is this going to be a good trip or a bad one?--and overall, it's tough to find too much fault with it.


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