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Seven Percent Solution is a psychedelic space-rock band from Texas, One of several bands who were apart of the big contemporary space-rock movement that had a peak at the end of the 20th century. Seven Percent Solution was formed in Austin, Texas in 1992 by Singer, Guitarist Reese Beeman. Releasing the self titled ep cassette the same year. Shortly the next year, guitarist James Adkisson joined Reese releasing the Sugar ep. Much of what was written on these first couple of ep’s would soon contribute to the final albums released by Seven Percent Solution. Artist - Seven Percent Solution Album - All About Satellites and Spaceships Release Date - 1996 Genre - Shoegaze Tracklist 1 All About Satellites and Spaceships 3:30 2 Built on Sand 6:28 3 Revolve 7:07 4 Happy? 7:06 5 The Air Bends Sunlight 5:02 6 Your Kingdom, Your World 7:02 7 The Road and the Common 3:50 8 Snuff Gold and Gold Tilings 5:20 9 Blindshore 5:59 10 Lost 4:06 11 The Sky Suspended 5:14 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Seven Percent Solution - All About Satellites and Spaceships Password - SirensSound.blogspot.com -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Artist - Seven Percent Solution Album - Gabriel's Waltz Release Date - 1999 Genre - Shoegaze Tracklist 1 Dear Anne 5:31 2 The End of Faith 2:45 3 Carousel 4:54 4 Bruise 4:15 5 Threshold 7:24 6 Lullaby 5:30 7 The Innocentes 4:57 8 Dust and Ashes 6:12 9 Gabriel's Waltz 5:59 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Seven Percent Solution - Gabriel's Waltz Password - SirensSound.blogspot.com --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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