Three years after the sugar ep, Seven percent solution released their first full length, All about the satellites and spaceships on X-Ray records, with moderate success to critics and fans. Within the wake of their debut release, Julian Capps joined the band on vocals/guitar/bass guitar and in November of 1998 Seven Percent Solution debuted Live. The three became the the five when Mike Sherrill joined on bass and James Harwood on drums for the start of the live tour.
1999 saw Seven percent solution released their anticipated second album, Gabriel’s Waltz on the same label. This would also mark the start of Seven Percents heavy touring across the United States for the next two years until their demise in 2002. (just 10 years, just as you were getting started -ed)
Presently Seven Percent lives on with some of their respected members being apart of A Five and Dime Ship, and Lacuna Incorporated.
1992 - Seven Percent Solution Cassette Ep
1993 - Sugar Cassette Ep
1996 - All about the satellites and Spaceships [x-rar records]
1999 - Gabriel’s Waltz_limited edition [x-rar records]
Reese Beeman - Guitar/Vocals
James Adkisson - Guitar
Julian Capps - Guitar/Vocals/Bass
James Harwood - Drums
Scott Sasser - Drums
Sean McGee - Drums
Mike Sherrill - Bass
Dwayn Moore - Bass
Bob Smoot - Bass
George Reyes - Bass
Edited by mcgeekmv on 26 Oct 2010, 21:02
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