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Up In Them Guts

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Customer Reviews

you want raw music?

Usually the price of buying a band's CD is that you don't get to have that 'essence' that comes with their live show (for me, perfect example is at the drive in). However, planes manages to carry that gritty, drunken, sloppy, raw, dirty, only-the-drummer-is-really-on essence that comes with their live shows. I think music died a little when these guys broke up. 'Mercy' is a great CD, but 'Up in...', to me at least, has less 'filler' and more kick-a*s drinkin' tunes. If you want a raw album to crank up and slam cheap whiskey to, go no further. I miss you planes.

excellent album

this one is probably my favorite pmfs album. it is girtty, loud, and doesn't sound like it was recorded inside a washing machine. the production is much better than their previous efforts. this is one of those albums that can be listened to all the way through without skipping many, if any, tracks.

knew them in Boulder

back in 99- small world- when the scene was small and they moved from chi-town. The gamits, pinhead circus, qualm and etc...good times


Formed: 1997 in Peoria, IL

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Aggressive emocore outfit Planes Mistaken for Stars formed in Peoria, IL, originally consisting of singer/guitarist Gared O'Donnell, guitarist Matt Bellinger, bassist Aaron Wise, and drummer Mike Ricketts. Upon signing to Deep Elm, the group made its recorded debut in early 1999 on the label compilation The Moment of Truth: The Emo Diaries, Chapter Three; the label reissued a self-titled EP later that year, originally self-released in 1998. Wise was replaced by bassist Jamie Drier (who had previously...
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