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  • Audio CD (February 19, 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Deep Elm Records
  • ASIN: B00005Y4AB
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #861,760 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Instru.1
2. Unknown Satellite
3. Flavor War
4. Enough Already
5. Second Rome
6. Halfway
7. No Return Address
8. Dress Rehearsal
9. Erase
10. Paper and Quill

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Seven Storey Mountain Dividing By Zero US CD album

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Dreamin' on April 23, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Is guitar rock dead? Could bands that create music with substance gone forever? If you foolishly answered yes to the two questions then I HAVE TRICKED YOU! Divining by Zero is a guitar lover's dream. Lance's (he sings) voice at moments contain all of the worlds rage and then at the drop of a dime he effortlessly spews beauty all up in your business. This happens in seconds! I could give all the fifty-cent words to describe this CD but why I shall not waste your time. Seven Storey delivers a great rock and roll CD to your ears. Are you smart enough to buy it?
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Scott Heisel on May 27, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Seven Storey, formerly known as Seven Storey Mountain, seems to be the vision of one man, Lance Lammers. When I perused the band's webpage, I noticed that Lance is the only original member of the trio left. Most bands throw in the towel when a bunch of members leave, but not here. I have a feeling that Lance is not willing to let a kick ass band like this die out that easily.
"Dividing By Zero" kicks off with an instrumental that teases you with buildup after buildup, until finally the song rocks out to a close. This song fits a perfect opening song for a live show, and would serve as a great song to talk over. It's kind of hard to explain what I mean, but if you heard it, you'd get the same feeling. The album throws their best track up next, "Unknown Satellite." This song really does shred, and should be blowing up at college radio stations all across the nation. The next few songs kind of blend together as a Jawbox-meets-Foo Fighters mix until you hit track 6, "Halfway." Lance yells "Half the way" with as much conviction as he can muster, and when you add in his chunky guitar part, it makes the song a solid rocker. "No Return Address" drops the mood back to a more quiet, Pavement-esque instrumental [which, for some reason, has random noise of a modem connecting in the beginning of the track]. It calms the album down considerably. So how does the album get back into gear? Simple. The band put their second best song on the album, "Dress Rehearsal," next. This is the best song the Foo Fighters have never written. It's a nice up tempo punky tune with a creative guitar line and good tempo changes. After that, the last two tracks kind of run together as the album comes to a close.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on February 3, 2004
Format: Audio CD
The forth release from Seven Storey (Mountain) seems to grab the brass ring for being the most rocking yet. From heavy, indie-punk rhythms and melodies, to beautiful, somber songs. This record (CD) is a very interesting piece of work, and has not left my CD changer since I bought it about two years ago after seing them @ the Wiskey in L.A. I definitely recommend this record to any fan of rock, indie-rock, punk, or just great music in general. 5 stars.
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