So Much for the Ten Year Plan

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So Much for the Ten Year Plan: A Retrospective 1990–2000 is a compilation album by the band Therapy?,[3] and the second to be released by Ark 21 Records. It was released on 2 October 2000 and allowed the band to fulfill some outstanding obligations to Universal Records.[4] Two new tracks, "Bad Karma Follows You Around" and "Fat Camp", were specially recorded in May 2000 for inclusion on the album. The album reached number 111 in the UK Albums Chart.[5]

So Much for the Ten Year Plan
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Compilation album by
Released2 October 2000
October 3, 2000 (US)
Recorded1990-2000
GenreRock, heavy metal
Length60:35
65:24 (JAP)
18:05 (Bonus disk)
LabelArk 21 Records
ProducerHarvey Birrell, Al Clay, Chris Sheldon, Mudd Wallace, Therapy?
Therapy? chronology
Suicide Pact – You First
(1999)
So Much for the Ten Year Plan
(2000)
Shameless
(2001)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic4/5 stars[1]
Pitchfork6.5/10[2]

The album was released on CD only. The UK limited edition contains a bonus disc with 6 tracks.

Track listingEdit

No.TitleLength
1."Screamager" (Originally from Shortsharpshock E.P.)2:41
2."Bad Karma Follows You Around" (Previously unreleased)4:07
3."Die Laughing" (Originally from Troublegum)2:48
4."Meat Abstract" (Originally from Babyteeth)3:47
5."Straight Life" (Originally from Semi-Detached)4:48
6."Teethgrinder" (Originally from Nurse)3:26
7."Fat Camp" (Previously unreleased)4:30
8."Stories" (Originally from Infernal Love)2:52
9."Nausea" (Originally from Nurse)3:56
10."Six Mile Water" (Originally from Suicide Pact - You First)6:20
11."Church of Noise" (Originally from Semi-Detached)3:06
12."He's Not that Kind of Girl" (Originally from Suicide Pact - You First)3:25
13."Diane" (Originally from Infernal Love)4:00
14."Nowhere" (Originally from Troublegum)2:27
15."Potato Junkie" (Originally from Pleasure Death)3:08
16."Ten Year Plan" (Originally from Suicide Pact - You First)5:14
17."Evil Elvis" (Originally from Die Laughing single, Japanese release only))2:21
18."Summer of Hate" (Originally from Teethgrinder single, Japanese release only)2:28
Total length:60:35/65:24

Bonus DiscEdit

No.TitleLength
1."Evil Elvis" (Originally from Die Laughing single)2:21
2."Bloody Blue (Original Demo)" (Originally from Thirty Seconds of Silence demo)1:11
3."Summer of Hate" (Originally from Teethgrinder single)2:28
4."Isolation (Consolidated Mix)" (Originally from Isolation single)4:38
5."Where Eagles Dare" (Originally from Violent World: A Tribute to the Misfits)2:27
6."Lunacy Booth (String Version)" (Originally from Isolation single)4:58
Total length:18:05

PersonnelEdit

  • Andy Cairns - vocals/guitar
  • Michael McKeegan - bass/backing vocals
  • Graham Hopkins - drums/vocals (on tracks 2, 5, 7, 10, 11, 12, 16)
  • Martin McCarrick - guitar/cello/vocals (on tracks 2, 5, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12, 13, 16)
  • Fyfe Ewing - vocals/drums (on tracks 1, 3, 4, 6, 8, 9, 14, 15)
  • Harvey Birrell - Producer (on tracks 6, 9, 15)
  • Al Clay - Producer (on tracks 8 & 13)
  • Head - Producer (on tracks 2, 7, 10, 12, 16)
  • Chris Sheldon - Producer (on tracks 1, 3, 5, 11, 14)
  • Mudd Wallace and Therapy? - Producer (on track 4)
  • Therapy?/Insect - Design

SingleEdit

  • "Bad Karma Follows You Around" was released in 2000 as a promo only single with "Fat Camp"

Promo VideoEdit

  • "Bad Karma Follows You Around": Directed by ?

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ Pitchfork review
  3. ^ "Official Discography".
  4. ^ "Band Biography (2000) by Andy Cairns".
  5. ^ "UK Top 200 Chart History".