Kitchen and the Plastic Spoons is an experimental synthesizer based punk band from Sweden, formed "by pure fun" in the spring of 1980.[2] The group disbanded in November 1981.[3] Before disbanding, they released two singles and three tracks for compilation albums. Since disbanding, their songs have become well sought-after by collectors of punkgothic rockdeathrock and art punk music. The band reformed in 2008 and played the Drop Dead Festival, October 8–12, 2008 in Lisbon, Portugal. They plan to perform occasionally at synth and goth-oriented venues and festivals.

Discography[edit source | editbeta]Edit

  • 1980: [Kitchen & the Plastic Spoons] Serve You! (limited home-made release of 300 copies, contained two tracks, "Fantastic" and "Happy Funeral")
  • 1980: Kitchen and the Plastic Spoons (re-release of above with different cover art)
  • 1981: IceCream To God (flexidisc release on Castor Records)
  • 2007: Best Off (20 track CD compilation of studio and live recordings on Ill Wind Records)
  • 2013: Screams To God (11 track compilation VINYL LP from Dark Entries Records)

Compilation Tracks[edit source | editbeta]Edit

  • "Blätta" (from Schlagers Sommarkassett)
  • "The Poet" (from Cosa Nostra- Stockholm New Wave)
  • "The Poet" (from Dansa med fig. 13)
  • "Filmen" (from 37 min. i Stockholms City)
  • "Liberty" (from Svensk post-punk)
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