Fake Plastic Heads
Title: keeping an eye on the ones who deserve it
Keywords: industrial; rock; noise; experimental; electronica
01 - orange dog - 5:18
02 - an angel - 4:59
03 - red dress - 2:55
04 - fin alley - 2:34
05 - pig - 7:36
06 - 303 - 5:50
07 - sweet cement - 4:36
08 - wehocha 23 - 2:24
09 - who‘s afraid of virginia hills? - 5:06
10 - cellophane - 2:45
11 - fake plastic heads - 3:51
12 - the woods - 2:40
13 - a dream - 3:45
14 - m. - 1:46
15 - the woods [outro] - 1:17
This album was recorded from early 2005 to 2006, collecting and gathering various states of mind and giving this journey one particular look and feel. Like all journeys, this album has its ups and downs, creating a unique universe that some individuals might be able to build a connection to. Being on the darker side of life, with all senses as sharp as knives, the album itself might be regarded as a companion - the one who is always there by your side; never giving up and still hoping to reduce the impact of suffering.
Fake Plastic Heads is the solo-project of multimedia artist and graphic designer Charles S. Kuzmanovic. He started working in the wide field of electronica back in 1998. Prior to that point he was lead singer in a couple of small rock bands (1992 - 1998).
From 2005 on, C.S.K. is recording under the name of Fake Plastic Heads - collaborating with a couple of musicians worldwide. (e.g. Japanese cyber-author Kenji Siratori, U.S. spoken word artist Guy Williams, Jr., Canadian electronica act OFF DECK).
The first self-released albums were mostly industrial/noise-flavored but Fake Plastic Heads are producing more IDM-ish and ambient tracks lately. A brand new release is scheduled for late 2011.
Fake Plastic Heads - Charles S. Kuzmanovic.