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A People's History of The Dismemberment Plan

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Released  October 6, 2003
Release date  6 October 2003
Label  DeSoto Records
Artist  The Dismemberment Plan
Genre  Alternative/Indie
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Similar  The Dismemberment Plan Is Te, Uncanney Valley, Change, Emergency & I

The dismemberment plan the face of the earth parae remix


A People's History of the Dismemberment Plan is a 2003 album by Washington D.C. indie band The Dismemberment Plan, issued on DeSoto Records. The album is a compilation of songs from three of the band's previous releases, The Dismemberment Plan Is Terrified, Emergency & I and Change, remixed by friends and fans as well as those simply interested in the project. The Dismemberment Plan made tracks available to the public via their website, giving the criteria of "use what you find, embellish, edit, and rematerialize as you see fit, and if we like it, we'll put it on the record" as the only guidelines for the project. After about a year the band sifted through the submitted remixes and selected 12 tracks for the final album. The album was released on October 6, 2003.

Contents

Track listing

  1. The Face of the Earth (remixed by parae)
  2. What Do You Want Me to Say? (remixed by Drop Dynasty)
  3. Academy Award (Cex)
  4. Following Through (Cynyc)
  5. The Other Side (Justin Norvell)
  6. Life of Possibilities (Quruli)
  7. Pay for the Piano (Grandmaster Incongruous)
  8. Time Bomb (ASCDI)
  9. Automatica (Deadverse)
  10. The City (Ev)
  11. The Jitters (Ender)
  12. Superpowers (Erik Gundel)

Songs

1The Face of the Earth (Parae)3:02
2What Do You Want Me to Say? (Drop Dynasty)4:12
3Academy Award (Cex)4:35

References

A People's History of The Dismemberment Plan Wikipedia


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