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Planes Mistaken For Stars - Spearheading the Sin Movement Album

Planes Mistaken For Stars - Spearheading the Sin Movement Album
Performer: Planes Mistaken For Stars
Title: Spearheading the Sin Movement
Released: Feb 2003
Label: No Idea Records
Country: US
Style: Hardcore
Catalog #: NIR-138
Genre: Rock
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 446
Formats: Vinyl, 7", EP, Repress, Grey
FLAC size: 1710 mb
MP3 size: 1115 mb

Tracklist

1Earning Ire
2Thunder in the Night Forever! (We Ride to Fight)
3Bastards

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
NIR-138Planes Mistaken For Stars Spearheading The Sin Movement ‎(7")No Idea RecordsNIR-138US2002
NIR-138Planes Mistaken For Stars Spearheading The Sin Movement ‎(7", EP, RP, Wat)No Idea RecordsNIR-138US2003
No Idea 138Planes Mistaken For Stars Spearheading The Sin Movement ‎(CD, EP)No Idea RecordsNo Idea 138US2002
NIR-138Planes Mistaken For Stars Spearheading The Sin Movement ‎(7", Num, Clo)No Idea RecordsNIR-138US2002
NIR-138Planes Mistaken For Stars Spearheading The Sin Movement ‎(7", EP, Clo)No Idea RecordsNIR-138US2002

Notes

Second pressing of 550 copies on grey marbled vinyl.

Album

Planes Mistaken for Stars is an American rock band formed in Peoria, Illinois in 1997. Working with several different labels, they released three studio albums and four EPs before breaking up in 2008. While rooted in the post-hardcore and emo scenes of the turn of the century, Planes Mistaken for Stars developed a distinctive musical style strongly influenced by heavy metal and rock and roll. Reuniting for live performances in 2010, they went on to release their fourth album Prey in 2016. Planes Mistaken For Stars also known as Planes or PMFS was a post-hardcore band formed in Peoria, Illinois in 1997. They have released music on Deep Elm and No Idea Records. They began as an aggressive yet melodic emo band, all but abandoning the genre before its popularity reached the mainstream. Spearheading the Sin Movement. Planes Mistaken for Stars. Planes Mistaken For Stars. Bastards Lyrics. About Spearheading the Sin Movement. Spearheading the Sin Movement Q&A. More Planes Mistaken For Stars albums. Show all albums by Planes Mistaken For Stars. Album Name Spearheading the Sin Movement. Type EP. Released date November 2002. Labels No Idea Records. Music StylePunkcore. Members owning this album0. Thunder in the Night Forever We Ride to Fight. Earning Ire. Other productions from Planes Mistaken For Stars. We Ride to Fight . Формируйте собственную коллекция коллекцию записей Planes Mistaken For Stars. EP by Planes Mistaken For Stars. Thunder In The Night Forever We Ride To Fight. search forEP by Planes Mistaken For Stars. search for Planes Mistaken For Stars , Spearheading the Sin Movement. No songs for Spearheading the Sin Movement yet. embed . Get the embed code. Planes Mistaken for Stars Lyrics provided by . Do you like this album Leave a review. Planes Mistaken For Stars Prey, released 21 October 2016 1. Dementia Americana 2. Til' It Clicks 3. Riot Season 4. Fucking Tenderness 5. She Who Steps 6. Clean Up Mean 7. Black Rabbit 8. Pan In Flames 9. Enemy Blinds 10. Alabaster Cello Planes Mistaken For Stars formed in Peoria, Illinois in 1997, and relocated to Denver Colorado in 1999. From the outset, they were an artistic anomaly carrying both a worn rust belt heart and a warm midwestern soul. Collectively they combined different kinds of musical rebellion hardcore aggression, punk energy, and gritty rock n roll spirit into their. Planes Mistaken for Stars also known as Planes or PMFS was a emocore band formed in Peoria, Illinois in 1997. They released music on Deep Elm Records, Dim Mak Records, No Idea Records and Abacus Recordings. Shortly after the band self-released a self-titled mini-album, Wise was replaced by Jamie Drier. At this time Deep Elm released a self-titled EP which was re-released in August 1999. The next year they released a 7 titled Spearheading the Sin Movement and also made an appearance on Black On Black: A Tribute to Black Flag''. In 2003, Planes saw its second line up change. Jamie Drier left the band and was replaced by Chuck French

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