Plagiarism (EP)

Plagiarism (EP)

Infobox Album |
Name = Plagiarism
Type = EP
Artist = The Dillinger Escape Plan

Released = June 13, 2006
Recorded =
Genre = Mathcore
Length = 28:48
Label = Relapse Records
Producer =
Reviews =
Last album = "Miss Machine"
This album = "Plagiarism"
Next album = "Ire Works"

"Plagiarism" is an EP by American mathcore band The Dillinger Escape Plan, released on the iTunes Music Store on June 13, 2006.

The title is a reference to the fact that four of the EP's six tracks are covers faithful to the original songs. "Like I Love You" was first performed with Mike Patton on New Year's Eve 2002. The version on the EP, however, is a studio version with Greg Puciato on vocals.

Track listing

# "Unretrofied" (radio edit) – 4:03
# "Wish" (Nine Inch Nails cover) – 3:36
# "Angel" (Massive Attack cover) – 6:15
# "Jesus Christ Pose" (Soundgarden cover) – 5:48
# "Like I Love You" (Justin Timberlake cover) – 5:07
# "The Perfect Design" (live) – 3:56


* Ben Weinman - guitar, keyboards, producer, engineer
* James Love - guitar Fact|date=September 2007 (Brian Benoit appears on the cover because it is an older picture from the Miss Machine era)
* Liam Wilson - bass guitar
* Greg Puciato - vocals
* Chris Pennie - percussion, drums, keyboards

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