The Dismemberment Plan to reissue Change, an album about changing

The Dismemberment Plan to reissue Change, an album about changing

Hey! Fair-to-middling news, 30-something caucasian-ish males! The Dismemberment Plan — band of your heady young-manhood whom you may offhand recall reuniting last year for a bunch of shows and a new album that was, y’know, a thing — have just announced (in those strained, high-toned voices of theirs) plans to reissue their then-swansong from 2001, Change! Sweet, right?? Mother fuckin’ Change! You know: the album that ISN’T this one! The album that you didn’t know you liked as much as you did until everyone around you in college kinda told you you ought to! The album that perhaps you never bothered to buy the first time around! THAT ALBUM.

It’s all happening on November 4, courtesy of Partisan Records, my friends; after which the band will also play exactly three shows in celebration around the East Coast. And it’s being packaged-up something fierce, because Travis Morrison and his pals KNOW you’re a 30-something now and can afford a 180-gram vinyl LP edition of this almost-seminal album, complete with “12-page booklet with art, photography, and lyrics to all 11 songs-including the lyrics to ‘Ellen And Ben,’ which was omitted from the original CD version.” I mean, you can afford it… can’t you??? Pretty emasculating if not, that’s all.

Change tracklisting:

01. Sentimental Man
02. The Face of the Earth
03. Superpowers
04. Pay for the Piano
05. Come Home
06. Secret Curse
07. Automatic
08. Following Through
09. Time Bomb
10. The Other Side
11. Ellen and Ben

D-plan tour plans:

11.07.14 - Philadelphia, PA - First Unitarian Church
11.08.14 - New York, NY - Bowery Ballroom
11.28.14 - Washington, DC - 9:30 Club

• The Dismemberment Plan:
• Partisan:

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