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Also known as Five Year Plan
Origin San Pedro, Los Angeles, California, United States
Genres Punk rock
Years active 1989-1999
Labels Recess
Associated acts Toys That Kill, Underground Railroad to Candyland
Past members Todd Congelliere
Sean Cole

F.Y.P, the Five Year Plan, was a punk rock band founded by Todd Congelliere, a predecessor to the more recent bands Toys That Kill and Underground Railroad to Candyland.[when?][not verified in body]


F.Y.P, or the Five Year Plan, was a punk rock of Todd Congelliere that preceded the more recent bands Toys That Kill and Underground Railroad to Candyland.[when?][citation needed] The group began as a one-man band with a cheap Fisher Price drum machine providing the beat.[citation needed] Congelliere began work with F.Y.P in 1989, and disbanded it in 1999. The band saw improvements to its talent and gained notoriety in the DIY[clarification needed] punk scene for touring the world several times,[when?] bankrolled and set up by the Conge.[clarification needed][citation needed]

During this ten-year span, F.Y.P toured Europe several times,[when?][citation needed] Japan once,[when?][citation needed] and the U.S. numerous times.[when?][citation needed] In that time, they released over a dozen records on the Recess Records label,[clarification needed][when?][citation needed] and received coverage in music magazines such as Maximumrocknroll,[citation needed] Razorcake,[citation needed] and Flipside.[citation needed]



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)
  • Dear Me (2017)

Split EPs[edit]

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