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Backup Plan

Horseshoes And Hand Grenades

Released on June 1, 2002

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Aggressive, melodic punk/hardcore from New York. Kind of like Lifetime and Grade. 12 song full length.

Biography for Backup Plan


Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 4 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Vegas Baby, Vegas!  13%
2 If It Weren't For Bad Luck We'd Have No Luck At All  0%
3 If Adventure Had A Name...  3%
4 Good Food, Good Friends, Lots Of Crazy Crap On The Wall Voted #2  20%
5 Number Five With A Bullet  0%
6 Alone In My Principles  7%
7 Cross Your T's And Poke Out Your Eyes  0%
8 A Completely Orginal Song About Getting Fucked Over Voted #3  20%
9 You Don't Know Shit About Astro Physics  3%
10 They Don't Have Meetings About Rainbows  3%
11 Striking Chords Voted #1  30%
12 Calling Cards  0%
Come back on or after Saturday, June 1 to vote for your favorite songs

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Torey from Fargo, ND 
Jan 9 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

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Linda from Bristol, TN 
Dec 14 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is my new favorite band. With words, I will never properly be able to convey how much they rock, but i'll try. They remind me of a way-more-punk Glasseater, combined with Kid Dynamite at their peak. This is fast, hardcore, melodic, angry, important, infecting Punk Rock at its best. The 12 songs go by in no time; it makes you wish for 12 more. So i'll just sit, grinding my teeth, biding my time, waiting for more. It's worth the wait.

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Scott from Homestead, PA 
Apr 24 2003 Rating: 3/5 Stars

I wasn't expecting this band to rip through all 12 songs in 15 minutes. This really needed to be longer. The songs would be much better if they gave them time to go some where. The vocalist wishes he was Kyle Bishop from Grade, and he almost pulls it off. Almost. They're not bad I guess. It's worth buying if you're into Grade's sound. Just be warned that it's short and the production could have been much better.

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Leonila from Clifton, NJ 
Apr 16 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

to be honest, i hated this album on its first listen. the main reason was for its poor production. It's not a bad thing, but i guess i've been plagued with james paul wisner and mark trombino for the last 4 months.

the music itself is quite the expectancy of the surfacing long island scene. sing and scream...at once! I hope this genre isn't leeched upon just as emo has been. frankly i enjoy my music original. Backup Plan is music + attitude + lyrics + long island = they bring the rock









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