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Six-O-Seven

The Confusions

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Album Review

Reuniting with producer Peter Svensson, the Confusions deliver their strongest record yet — with Six-O-Seven, frontman Mikael Andersson-Knut truly hits his stride as a songwriter, eliminating the more kitschy elements of his previous work to achieve a new consistency and depth. The thoughtful, assured sound of standouts "Time," "Blue" and "Underground" suggest the back-to-basics methodology of British bands like Ocean Colour Scene and Embrace, with a comparable sense of texture and nuance; what the Confusions do isn't terribly original, perhaps, but the conviction that drives Six-O-Seven is too rare for their music to pass unnoticed. [The first 1,000 copies of Six-O-Seven also come with a limited-edition EP containing three bonus tracks — "Lights Out," "Sometimes Always" and "Stop."]

Biography

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s

The Swedish indie pop band the Confusions comprised singer/guitarist Mikael Andersson-Knut, guitarist Patrik Engstrom, bassist Magnus Jonsson, keyboardist Zarah Edstrom and drummer Mattias Lofstrom. The group debuted in 1993 with "Split!," one half of a split single recorded with the band Funny Farm; a tour followed, after which the Confusions issued the EP Forever, scoring a hit with the track "All Dressed Up." Teaming with producer Arvid Lind (better known as a member of Popsicle), they recorded...
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