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excellent album. easily get lost in the guitars... nostalgic..


This album is outstandingly amazing. Every beat and sound on this record flows together with ease making each and every song beautiful and very touching. Every song has it's own personality and unique sort of mood. I highly suggest buying this record. 5 stars!


A respite from today's poor musical talent and sub-par lyrics. I wasn't previously familiar with this band, but this album has it. Relaxing and upbeat; you won't regret this purchase.


Formed: 1995 in Kent, OH

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

The Six Parts Seven was founded by brothers Allen (guitar) and Jay Karpinski (drums) in 1995. Based in Kent, OH, the band's indie rock appeal stems from the influences of Brian Eno and John Fahey. They issued Silence Magnifies Sound in 2000 with Tim Gerak (guitars, samples), Brad Visker (bass). Two years later, the Six Parts Seven expanded into a sextet, adding Matt Haas (lap steel, high-lonesome guitar), and Steven Clements (grand piano). Things Shaped in Passing followed on Suicide Squeeze that...
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