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The Dismemberment Plan

This Washington-based indie rock band takes an abnormal approach to their music. Singer Travis Morrison flaunts his attitude with tongue-in-cheek lyrics that are only matched by his satirical voice and the drumming style strays from the ordinary while keeping its pace in involved time signatures. *Fun fact: The band got their name from a line uttered by the insurance salesman in the movie Groundhog Day. In their first couple of albums, ! and The Dismemberment Plan Is Terrified, the band more revolves around noise-rock and punk patterns to introduce their zany disposit ...read more

This Washington-based indie rock band takes an abnormal approach to their music. Singer Travis Morrison flaunts his attitude with tongue-in-cheek lyrics that are only matched by his satirical voice and the drumming style strays from the ordinary while keeping its pace in involved time signatures. *Fun fact: The band got their name from a line uttered by the insurance salesman in the movie Groundhog Day. In their first couple of albums, ! and The Dismemberment Plan Is Terrified, the band more revolves around noise-rock and punk patterns to introduce their zany disposition. You then see the group widening their horizons greatly with the more experimental albums Emergency and I and Change. In 2003, the band announced their break-up with Travis Morrison going solo and two members forming a band later called Statehood (Eric Axelson played with Maritime for a bit, but left recently). The members reunited to play two shows in 2007. « hide

Similar Bands: Travis Morrison Hellfighters, Statehood, Q And Not U, So Many Dynamos, Modest Mouse

LPs
Uncanney Valley
10/15/2013

2.7
90 Votes
Change
2001

4.1
219 Votes
Emergency & I
1999

4.3
684 Votes
The Dismemberment Plan Is Terrified
1997

3.8
107 Votes
!
1995

3.2
51 Votes
EPs
Can We Be Mature?
1994

3
1 Votes
Live Albums
Live In Japan 2011
2011

Compilations
A People's History of the Dismemberment Plan
2003

2.6
6 Votes

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