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Calculating Infinity

Calculating Infinity
Studio album by The Dillinger Escape Plan
Released September 28, 1999
Recorded April – June 1999 at Trax East Studios, New Jersey
Genre Mathcore, avant-garde metal
Length 37:27
The Dillinger Escape Plan chronology
Under the Running Board
Calculating Infinity
Irony Is a Dead Scene
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic [1]
Sputnikmusic [2]

Calculating Infinity is the debut studio album by American mathcore band The Dillinger Escape Plan, released in September 1999 by Relapse Records. Calculating Infinity showcases the band's heavier and more technical sound and would go on to be considered a landmark of avant-garde metal. The release is The Dillinger Escape Plan's only full-length album to feature original singer, Dimitri Minakakis as the lead vocalist.

Track listing

All songs written and composed by Ben Weinman and Dimitri Minakakis, except where noted

Track 11 "Variations On A Cocktail Dress" ends at 2:16. The track then includes 3 minutes of silence, followed by a hidden track for the remaining 2:39. The hidden track is said to have been created by editing audio clips from the 1959 film The Diary of Anne Frank

No. Title Length
1. "Sugar Coated Sour"   2:24
2. "43% Burnt" (Weinman) 4:31
3. "Jim Fear"   2:22
4. "*#.." (Chris Pennie) 2:41
5. "Destro's Secret"   1:56
6. "The Running Board"   3:22
7. "Clip the Apex...Accept Instruction"   3:29
8. "Calculating Infinity" (Weinman) 2:02
9. "4th Grade Dropout"   3:36
10. "Weekend Sex Change" (Pennie, Weinman) 3:12
11. "Variations on a Cocktail Dress"   7:55


The Dillinger Escape Plan


  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ Sputnikmusic review
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