King Plastic is a unique rock concept album that features a very strong story, that follows the very materialistic personality named King Plastic. The album is broken into three major parts (movements) of King's life. (Song Titles in Parentheses) Movement 1: Life We first meet King Plastic (King Plastic), and he introduces himself in an abrasive and polarizing way. "What's up with this all for all bullshit?" are the first words out of his mouth in his introduction. He goes on to tell us about his life as a child (One in a Million), where he grew up in a self described "City of ....Sin....". We can see he is extremely materialistic, and cares only about himself, and really can't understand emotions, and how things can be out of his control. WE travel with him through a typical day, where he tells us about his philosophy on life (Short Life). Movement 2: Love The narrative now moves to inside of Plastic's mind. At a party in his bar, he sees an incredible girl named ....Pearl..... He decides that he must have her in the most physical of ways (....Pearl....). After a one night stand that lasts for months, he comes to the conclusion that this must be love (Supposed to Be). Unfortunately, ....Pearl.... has other ideas, and chooses dumps him soon after this realization. He is left bereft, and can't understand what has happened to him. Slowly, he slips down, down, down into insanity. (One Step, Two Step) "What happened?" he repeatedly cries, after wondering "Exactly what is real?" His final steps towards insanity are realized. (True Plastic). Movement 3: Insanity In an incredible amount of wrath, Plastic gets some of his also materialistic friends to travel with him to ....Pearl....'s house. They, like him, can't comprehend how precious life is. To them it's simply another thing to have control over. They burn down her home, and strangle ....Pearl...., killing her. They are all caught red handed, and discuss their actions in the courtroom (For Your Consideration). Plastic's attorney pleads insanity for his client, and Plastic is sent to an insane asylum. Within the walls, Plastic can do nothing but ponder life, death and suicide. Finally, after convincing himself he will waste away in this cell, he commits suicide. (Cracks in the Ceiling) In his final moments his life passes before his eyes, and he sees himself as a "Clown atop the thrown". (Quick to Disappear). His heartbeats are the final sounds we hear.