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5 reviews for Pluto Records:

American Tragedy, "Split w/As I Lay Dying" American Tragedy
Split w/As I Lay Dying
Pluto Records
2002
I usually have a premonition to stay away from split CDs; they are dime a dozen and seldom contain band's better songs. Thus, when I received this disk by two hardcore bands that I knew pretty much nothing about, my intuition was telling me that this experience would rank amongst my previous ones. Apparently, As I Lay Dying are the...
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As I Lay Dying, "Split w/American Tragedy" As I Lay Dying
Split w/American Tragedy
Pluto Records
2002
I usually have a premonition to stay away from split CDs; they are dime a dozen and seldom contain band's better songs. Thus, when I received this disk by two hardcore bands that I knew pretty much nothing about, my intuition was telling me that this experience would rank amongst my previous ones. Apparently, As I Lay Dying are the...
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Beauty to Ashes, "Reproduce the Common Practice" Beauty to Ashes
Reproduce the Common Practice
Pluto Records
2002
Southern California has recently given rise to some of my favorite new bands like Bleeding Through and As Hope Dies. While I was hoping for another hidden gem to add to my music collection, the lucky streak finally came to end with Beauty to Ashes. While I can't say that Reproduce the Common Practice is a bad album, the band's...
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The Orangeburg Massacre, "Moorea" The Orangeburg Massacre
Moorea
Pluto Records
2006
I just read this band recently called it quits, so I thought I'd go ahead and bang out a review while this album was still halfway relevant. Pluto Records main claim to fame is unearthing Unearth (too obvious?). Besides that they've... uh... released a ton of records from other metalcore bands that aren't very good. The Orangeburg Massacre, however, are a...
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Thirty Called Arson, "You're Only a Rebel From the Waist Downward" Thirty Called Arson
You're Only a Rebel From the Waist Downward
Pluto Records
2003
Have you ever had the experience of being in a public place and eavesdropping on a conversation taking place in a language you don't know? Well, I do it all the time, and usually I only recognize a few words; those that are in English that have no translation to the foreign one (words like...
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