|1||–Gossip*||Left Out Now||2:46|
|3||–Tracy And The Plastics*||Dawn Feather||2:53|
|4||–Tracy And The Plastics*||Save Me Claude||0:48|
|DM 075||The Gossip / Tracy And The Plastics*||The Gossip / Tracy And The Plastics* - Real Damage (7", EP, Gre)||Dim Mak Records||DM 075||US||2005|
|DM 075||The Gossip / Tracy And The Plastics*||The Gossip / Tracy And The Plastics* - Real Damage (7", EP, Pin)||Dim Mak Records||DM 075||US||2005|
|DM 075||The Gossip / Tracy + The Plastics||The Gossip / Tracy + The Plastics - Real Damage (7", Ltd)||Dim Mak Records||DM 075||US||2005|
Tracy + the Plastics is the name of the electropop and video project group from Olympia, Washington. The members include Nikki Romanos on keyboard, Cola on drums, and Tracy as the lead vocals. Although the name implied the group was made up of a lead singer and back up musicians, all three characters were performed by Wynne Greenwood, a lesbian feminist artist using video projection who calls herself a representative of the "lesbo for disco" generation.
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Real Damage (with Tracy + the Plastics). Released: January 25, 2005 (US). Label: Dim Mak (DM075). "Real Damage by Gossip & Tracy + The Plastics". Archived from the original on November 22, 2011. Retrieved March 17, 2013.
Gossip, Tracy and The Plastics.
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They were highly visible due to their exposure in magazines like Out and The Advocate, where they became icons in the gay and lesbian indie rock community. New drummer Hannah Blilie joined the band before they recorded 2005's "Standing in the Way of Control", which incorporated elements of dance-punk into their raw, urgent sound.