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Plot To Blow Up The Eiffel Tower

Dissertation, Honey

Happy Couples Never Last 25

Released on June 17, 2003

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Paying homage to experimental hardcore acts like UOA and the Swing Kids who have come before them, The Plot to Blow Up the Eiffel Tower work to seamlessly blend Hardcore Punk, Jazz, and yes, even Soul, to create a soundtrack to their uniquely socially-conscious manifesto. Utilizing both male and female vocals ranging from Sid Vicious to Ronnie Spector, the Plot set out to do for free-style jazz/street poetry what the Bad Brains accomplished with their fusion of hardcore and reggae: bringing Punk Rock back to the People. To accomplish this task, The Plot utilize their full arsenal of revolutionary politics, free-style poetry, improvisational jazz and hardcore riffage to craft "Dissertation, Honey." into an album that can only be described as nothing short of ground breaking.

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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 4 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Exhibitionism  0%
2 Sometimes I Wish I'd Lost My Leg  11%
3 One Stab Deserves Another Voted #2  17%
4 Funeral Procession  6%
5 For Marcus Voted #1  33%
6 Johnny, You're All Grown Up  0%
7 Her Health Violation  0%
8 Attached At The Hip Voted #3  17%
9 Circuit  0%
10 It's In His Kiss  0%
11 Comeback 1968  6%
12 Safety Is Of  11%
13 Monotonous  0%
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Adam from Temecula, CA 
Nov 30 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

What can I say about THE PLOT TO BLOW UP THE EIFFEL TOWER? Their one of the most amazing bands out there right now in my eyes. There A hardcore...... and a Jazz band. Its weird and yet amazing at the same time. I suggest that if you are a fan of different music you should pick up a copy of this one.

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Liam from New Haven, CT 
Feb 18 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

i don't really know where to begin in describing these guys. they claim that they are a fusion of hardcore and jazz. apt, but a bit vague...for if you have not heard them, it does not really give you a good impression of what it's like. once you've heard it, though, you completely understand that. the plot insists that their goal is to bring punk/hardcore sensibilities to jazz music...make it available and inclusive to everyone. their songs have very few lyrics, but what exists is pretty well thought out and interesting. the plot certainly have a lot of talent, and if you can dig their amorphous style, you will always find yourself wanting to listen to this, even if you can't really explain why it's so good.

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Brad from Tucson, AZ 
Nov 11 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

A mind-boggling mess of jazz, hardcore, and good music. Interesting time signatures, weird jazzy interludes, and disjointed bass lines. This is just a solid release from a band that will be going places. Buy it.

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Justin from Las Vegas, NV 
Aug 14 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

think nation of ulysses meets antioch arrow. sorta. it's hard to describe. there are some spoken word parts, some jazzy parts, although the horns are not tasteful all the time. highly recommended.

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