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Old 01-21-2011, 04:06 PM   #46
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Joe Easley makes life so much better.

As does having Dismemberment Plan back. That fucking rocked.
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Old 01-22-2011, 01:39 PM   #47
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Pretty awesome. Although I can only imagine how that crowd would have reacted to Back & Forth. May have taken the roof off the place.

Also, TravMo + Beardo = Weirdo. Especially when Axelson shaved his.
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Old 01-25-2011, 01:36 AM   #48
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YouTube - The Dismemberment Plan - "Ellen and Ben" 1/21/11 @ Black Cat [DCist]


Oh man, I didn't even think they would play this. One of my fav D-Plan songs.

Too bad the sound is muffled.

They really need to take this tour outside the East Coast.
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Old 01-25-2011, 05:22 AM   #49
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Face of the Earth is my favorite Dismemberment Plan song now, I think. They made a rollercoaster ride of emotions out of a kiss wasn't even out of the ordinary. Great concept, the idea that one person can mean something very profound you once they pass, even if they didn't appear to make that strong of an impact at first. It's about the death of one of Michael Jordan's girlfriends, apparently.
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Old 01-27-2011, 09:16 AM   #50
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I'm a time bomb, guys.

By the way, I love the transition from Sentimental Man to Face of the Earth.
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Old 04-26-2011, 12:54 PM   #51
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Popmatters has a big article on Emergency & I today.

The Dismemberment Plan's "Emergency & I": A Record of Colossal Possibilities < PopMatters
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Old 04-26-2011, 01:06 PM   #52
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I could write 10,000 words on that shit. More than any other band, I've spent more time on songmeanings with Dismemberment Plan songs, trying to decipher their wonderful narratives. If Peef quotes the NASH! and friggin Cobbler quotes the KAST!, then I call dibs on the PLAN!
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http://pitchfork.com/news/42610-the-...ce-live-album/

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90s/early-00s D.C. post-punkers the Dismemberment Plan were one of the great live bands of their era, but they somehow never got around to releasing a live album. Earlier this year, the band reunited for a tour, celebrating the reissue of their landmark 1999 album Emergency & I. And now, the D-Plan will finally correct that whole no-live-album oversight. On June 1, the Japanese label Bad News Records will internationally release Live in Japan 2011, a 23-song document of the D-Plan's February 9 show at Tokyo's Shibuya O-nest.

Below, we've got the album's tracklist, as well as a video of the band playing "The City" live during that same run of Japanese shows.

The Dismemberment Plan only have two shows left on their touring schedule. They'll play at the Roots Picnic in Philly on June 4 and on July 16, they'll appear at our very own Pitchfork Music Festival in Chicago.
Tracklist:

Live in Japan 2011:

01 Spider in the Snow
02 A Life of Possibilities
03 The Face of the Earth
04 Sentimental Man
05 You Are Invited
06 Bra
07 What Do You Want Me to Say
08 Pay for the Piano
09 Memory Machine
10 Time Bomb
11 If I Don't Write
12 Following Through
13 The Dismemberment Plan Gets Rich
14 Do the Standing Still
15 Girl O'Clock
16 The City
17 I Love a Magician
18 OK Joke's Over
19 Ellen and Ben
20 Gyroscope
21 The Ice of Boston
22 That's When the Party Started
23 Back and Forth
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Old 05-23-2011, 04:08 PM   #54
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Holy shit, if that setlist even remotely resembles the P4k set
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I'm not sure if it's actually getting a CD release internationally, or just iTunes. Can't find it on Amazon, and was too lazy to read the entire article in Japanese. What little I read specified it would be on iTunes in Japan this week, so maybe iTunes US next week.
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Shi-BOO-ya!!

There's really nothing missing from that setlist IMO.

Though it's odd they played Face of the Earth right before Sentimental Man instead of the other way around.
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I've never heard a song by these guys to my knowledge....

Should I?

If so, start where?
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I've never heard a song by these guys to my knowledge....

Should I?

If so, start where?
Try these out. They are from Emergency & I, which is probably the favorite album among critics and fans alike.

YouTube - &#x202a;The Dismemberment Plan - Life of Possibilities&#x202c;&rlm;

YouTube - &#x202a;The Dismemberment Plan - The City&#x202c;&rlm;
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Oh wow, that was good stuff, thanks for posting.

I guess I should make a purchase or two....
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Emergency & I and Change are my favs. They have some solid songs on the other albums, but they're not nearly as well done or consistent.
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