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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.
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. The group began as a one-man band with a cheap Fisher Price drum machine providing the beat. 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 punk scene for touring the world several times, bankrolled and set up by the Conge.
During this ten-year span, F.Y.P toured Europe several times,Recess Records label, and received coverage in music magazines such as Maximumrocknroll, Razorcake, and Flipside.
Japan once, and the U.S. numerous times. In that time, they released over a dozen records on the
- Finish Your Popcorn (1992)
- Dance My Dunce (1994)
- Toilet Kids Bread (1996), produced by Blag Dahlia (of The Dwarves)
- My Man Grumpy (1997), also produced by Blag Dahlia
- Toys That Kill (2000)
- Five Year Plan (Collection of Previously Recorded Demos) (2006)
Singles and EPs
- 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)