|Origin||Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada|
Pluto was a Canadian alternative rock band from Vancouver, British Columbia. They were nominated for a 1997 Juno Award. The band consisted of vocalist and guitarist Ian Jones, guitarist Rolf Hetherington, bassist John Ounpuu, and drummer Justin Leigh.
After independently releasing a number of singles, the band released its debut album Cool Way to Feel in 1995 on Mint Records. They followed by a four-song EP in 1996. They subsequently signed to Virgin Records, for whom they released two full-length albums.
Their single "Paste" appeared on the first Big Shiny Tunes compilation. A live performance of their song "Failure", recorded on CBC Stereo's Night Lines in 1994, was also released in 2006 on the compilation album Mint Records Presents the CBC Radio 3 Sessions.
The band briefly reunited for Mint Records' 20th Anniversary Concert at Vancouver's Waldorf Hotel on 25 November 2011.
|"When She Was Happy"||64||12|
|1998||"The Goodbye Girl"||15||--||Shake Hands with the Future|
|"--" denotes a release that did not chart.|