Juno & The Dismemberment Plan - Juno & The Dismemberment Plan album FLAC
The Dismemberment Plan was a Washington . based indie rock band formed on January 1, 1993. Also known as D-Plan or The Plan, the name came from a stray phrase uttered by insurance salesman Ned Ryerson in the popular comedy Groundhog Day. The band members included Eric Axelson (bass), Jason Caddell (guitar), Joe Easley (drums), and Travis Morrison (vocals and guitar).
Avast! And Boss Of The Woods. Inner Ear Studios, Arlington, VA. London Bridge Studio. The Dismemberment Plan/Juno.
Inlay: Track 1 recorded and mixed by the band and Don Zientara at Inner Ear Studios, Arlington, VA Track 2 recorded at Avast! and Boss of the Woods Track 3 recorded at London Bridge Studio Track 4 recorded at home by the band Mixed at Inner Ear Released in jewel case.
2000 - Juno & The Dismemberment Plan Split. The Dismemberment Plan - Crush 06:15.
The Dismemberment Plan. Emergency & I. Best New Reissue. As the reunited band preps their upcoming fifth album Uncanney Valley, outspoken frontman Travis Morrison talks to Lindsay Zoladz about indie rock past and present, and how Elliott Smith may have handled cell phones at shows.
Change is the fourth album by The Dismemberment Plan. It was released on October 23, 2001 on DeSoto Records. It was recorded by J. Robbins at Inner Ear Studios in Arlington, Virginia and it was mixed by Chad Clark. The Dismemberment Plan.
This CD features friends and tourmates The Dismemberment Plan and Juno, each doing one original song, plus one hand-picked cover. The song stands out as the best track on the album, a hyper rap-text over frenetic beats, charting the goofy, ficticious adventures of the band as they splurge their "fame money.