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Dillinger Escape Plan

Calculating Infinity

Relapse 6427

Released on October 5, 1999


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Get ready to rumble, as New Jersey's lethal DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN return with a vicious hybrid of metallic-shred, hardcore rip. Loaded with soul-searing vocals, anvil-pounding riffs, out-there percussion pummel, and punishing speed shifts. Completely intense, it will leave you spent for days on after.

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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Sugar Coated Sour Voted #2  24%
2 43% Burnt Voted #1  28%
3 Jim Fear  4%
4 *#..  3%
5 Destro's Secret  10%
6 Running Board Voted #3  10%
7 Clip The Apex... Accept Instruction  6%
8 Calculating Infinity  3%
9 4th Grade Dropout  6%
10 Weekend Sex Change  3%
11 Variations On A Cocktail Dress  3%
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Gert Erik from Fjell, Norway 
Jul 24 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Quoting: "Get ready to rumble, as New Jersey's lethal Dillinger Escape Plan return with a vicious hybrid of metallic-shred, hardcore rip. Loaded with soul-searing vocals, anvil-pounding riffs, out-there percussion pummel, and punishing speed shifts. Completely intense, it will leave you spent for days on after." All you need to know, has been said there, except that this is probably the best core-album that has ever been made.

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Eric from South Bend, IN 
Dec 9 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Oh my shit this is too good for it's own damn good. It's hard to imagine that the same band who made this album made miss machine and ire works, which were both very disappointing. If you like metal this is an essential album, not some fucking job for a cowboy cd you picked up at wal mart.

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William from Marysville, WA 
Oct 5 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

holy shit. its dillinger, there isn't much you can say about them except for their true devotion and contribution to the metal scene today. countless clones and ripoffs come along but no one can much the prowess demonstrated in this recording. please pick this up if you have any appreciation for music. absolute genius

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Andy from Crestview, FL 
Jul 3 2007 Rating: 3/5 Stars

really....really.....REALLY...fucking hardcore.....not my cup o tea, but i can see where some would like it

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Christine from Woodridge, IL 
Dec 30 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

HOLY SHIT............ amazing CD. No, amazing is an understatement. I was blown away when I put it in my stereo. It has really brutal heavy parts (a great majority of the CD is like that yaya) and some cool jazzy lounge parts as well. Honestly (for this CD), I can compare their style to Between the Buried and Me, another one of my favorite bands.... so if you like BTBAM, you'll love Calculating Infinity!!!

oh and if you're unsure which DEP cd you should buy first, I suggest this one. It's heavier (: But if you're not really into that stuff but you somehow like DEP (that would be weird... haha), then get Miss Machine.

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Jeff from Hartington, ON Canada 
Dec 26 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Complete fucking musical insanity! THIS is Dillinger and no other band has been able to even match their style. grindcore, hardcore, punk, metal(and that terrible new word "mathcore") whatever you wanna label it, it's the fucking greatest. Buy this is you're new to this band. Hands down their greatest cd. Some people can't handle this cd. Like a Jersey boy wise guy this music will work you over 'till your ears bleed. Fast fucking music.

My paragraph is fucked up and out of order, just as the music on this cd is, buy it or poop your self ya silly ass.

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Steev from Apo, AE 
Sep 1 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This cd rocked my socks off, that is, until my fat friend borrowed it forever, three days after i recieved it from this website. Listen to Propaghandi, BONG.

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TJ from Leesburg, VA 
Sep 13 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

good stuff. the whole thing. its dillinger what else would you expect. this album will hand you your ass in a cup, because it will slice and shred it into a nice thick paste. this makes me want to distroy white folks in summer time. no for real this album is great.

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Chris from Boaz, AL 
Mar 10 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Various types of screaming, music moving much faster than those little spiders that jump, and enjoyably cryptic lyrics. These guys are probably the best metalcore band running around right now.

If you like metalcore, there is no way you will not enjoy this.

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Susan from Collegeville, PA 
Feb 26 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

When I put this in my stereo, I was blown away. The sound that this band produces is like nothing you have ever heard before. The rythem is crazy, and the guitars just do solos when the guy is singing. The only problem with this is that eventually, it gets harsher to listen to.

 
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