F.Y.P

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F.Y.P (aka Five Year Plan) was Todd Congelliere's punk rock predecessor to his current bands Toys That Kill and Underground Railroad to Candyland. The group began as a one man band with a cheap Fisher Price drum machine providing the beat (per 7" liner notes).

From 1989, when Todd began work on the first EP until disbanding in 1999, F.Y.P gained notoriety (not to mention a noticeable increase in talent) in the DIY punk scene for touring the world several times bankrolled and set up by the Conge (per liner notes to last album entitled Toys That Kill).

While still a band, during its ten year span, F.Y.P toured Europe several times, Japan once, and the U.S. numerous times. They released over a dozen records on Recess Records before disbanding and received coverage in music magazines such as Maximumrocknroll, Razorcake and Flipside (see below).

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • Finish Your Popcorn (1992)
  • Dance My Dunce (1994)
  • Toilet Kids Bread (1996)
  • My Man Grumpy (1997)
  • Toys That Kill (2000)
  • Five Year Plan (Collection of Previously Recorded Demos) (2006)

The album Toilet Kids Bread and My Man Grumpy was produced by Blag Dahlia of The Dwarves notoriety.[1]

Singles and EPs[edit]

  • Extra Credit (1990)
  • Made In USA (1991)
  • Cooties (1993)
  • My Neighbores Is Stoopid (1993)
  • Guido, Where Are You? (1993)
  • Incomplete Crap (1994)
  • Idiocy 101 (1994)
  • Incomplete Crap Vol. 2 (1999)
  • Come Home Smelly (2000)

Split EPs[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]

"MAXIMUM ROCKNROLL" Interview

See copy of very last interview in 2000 here: