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The Dismemberment Plan

Washington, D.C.-based emo quartet the Dismemberment Plan -- frontman Travis Morrison, guitarist Jason Caddell, bassist Eric Axelson, and drummer Joe Easley -- debuted in 1994 with the single "Can We Be Mature?," signing to DeSoto to release the full-length ! in the fall of 1995. The Dismemberment Plan Is Terrified followed a year and a half later, and after releasing 1998's The Ice of Boston EP on major-label Interscope, the group returned to DeSoto for 1999's Emergency & I. In early 2001, the Dismemberment Plan and Juno issued the Split Release EP, which featured new songs and covers from each of the bands. Following tours with Death Cab for Cutie, the band released their fourth studio album, Change, in 2001. The band put the music of the album on the website and invited their fans to remix the songs, the results were featured on the 2002 compilation A People's History of the Dismemberment Plan. Unexpectedly in 2003, the band announced that they were splitting up and held their last "farewell" concert at Washington D.C's 9:30 Club on September 1, 2003. In 2007, the band announced they were re-forming for a one-off benefit concert for the son of J. Robbins of the band Jawbox who was diagnosed with spinal muscular atrophy. Tickets for the show sold out within minutes and the band, who were overwhelmed with the positive response from the fans, announced another show but stated that this would be their last. The band would actually re-form for good in 2011, with a rafter of live dates being announced. In 2013, the band released the single "Waiting" as a precursor to their fifth studio album, Uncanney Valley, which was slated for release later that year. ~ Jason Ankeny, Rovi
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I like your song
New album is EPIC!! Love these guys! ;)
Fabulous.
louknees
coming out with a new album in october produced by j robbins, can't wait!
Hey I though these guys broke up I was at one of there last shows before Travis left I loved these guys still one of my favorites beside blind melon before Shannon died
dcrefinishin g
I must have seen DP at the Black Cat in DC at least a dozen times. Once at the OttoBar in B-More. What an amazing live show, definitely some of the best shows I ever saw and I've seen quite a few shows.
I saw these guys once in Denton, TX at some really s**tty club. Awesome show!
one of the best shows I have ever been to, hands down. so much fun. amazing band, miss the hell outta these guys.
I got into these guys just recently and listen the hell out of Emergency & I. Great structure, harmonies, and vocals.
yellow7tj
Saw them years ago at The Casbah in San Diego. Enon opened up for them. Killer show.
aaronjdcoe
Fort Reno represent!
Love it!
normansongs
Caught them at their reunion show in 2011 for their re release of Change on Vinyl. It would be awesome if they actually got back together and put out a new album, but I doubt that will happen :\
saw them several times when livin in dc. they played free shows a lot at fort reno and around the city. siiiiiiick
yeah i just discovered them about a week ago and i havent listened to anything else since
carlsondc
love these guys. Travis Morrison Hellfighters is less uniformly good, but also worth a listen. as i'm sure pandora will be glad to point out to you.
hollwoodstev e
They actually put out an album previous to "is terrified" called "!" and a handful of seven inches. "some conveniently released in spain!" Their quote not mine
My favorite band. Emergency & I and Change are my 2nd and 3rd favorite records of all time, but stylisticall y they're distinct. Listen to this band!
Emergency and I.
MASTERPIECE!
Get to know this band. It is worth the effort. Start with "Ice of Boston," "What Do you Want Me to Say?," and "You Are Invited."
the_wailing_ p a d d l e
Fantastic musicians.
warthogger9
refreshing like an ice cold pitcher of sawdust maybe..
man i love this band. how refreshing.

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