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  • Performer: Six Finger Satellite
  • Title: A Good Year For Hardness
  • Size FLAC ver: 1412 mb
  • Date of release: 2009
  • Style: Alternative Rock
  • Other formats: MPC RA AAC WMA MOD MP2 AUD
  • Genre: Rock
  • Rating: 4.4 of 5
Six Finger Satellite - A Good Year For Hardness album flac


A1 Hot Food 4:11
A2 Rome From Home 3:46
A3 Don't Let Me 3:58
A4 Wilson P 3:52
A5 Midnight Rails 3:08
B1 Half Life 3:12
B2 Swamp Wanda 4:57
B3 Broken Brain 4:08
B4 Hearts And Rocks 4:36
B5 Rise 5:46

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Six Finger Satellite
  • Recorded At – Machines With Magnets
  • Mixed At – Machines With Magnets
  • Mastered At – Machines With Magnets


  • Design [Inside] – Gibb Slife
  • Design [Outside] – Marc Hafner
  • Performer – Bryan Dufresne, Dan St Jacques*, J Ryan*, Jon Loper, Rebecca Mitchell, Rick Pelletier*
  • Recorded By, Mixed By, Mastered By – Keith Souza, Seth Manchester, Six Finger Satellite


Recorded, mixed, and mastered at Machines With Magnets, Pawtucket, RI.

Includes a fold-out newspaper sheet and a download card.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, etched): ABRN-002-A.
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, etched): ABRN-002-B.

0. More albums from Six Finger Satellite. The Machine Cuisine Companion Cassette.

Six Finger Satellite's first full-length album, The Pigeon Is the Most Popular Bird, was released in 1993, with Kurt Niemand replacing Dixon on bass. The record more accurately represented the band's vision of noisy, cyborg-esque post-punk, and was recorded by Bob Weston, whose band Shellac named their 1994 single, The Bird is the Most Popular Finger in tribute. Six Finger Satellite attracted a significant underground following during the 1990s, and are today recognized for their somewhat prophetic fusion of electronic and post-punk music. In 2005, Jonathan Galkin remarked that "if a band came out today that sounded like Paranormalized, they'd be signed to a huge record deal, sight unseen. Similar bands that existed alongside 6FS in the 1990s included Trans Am, Brainiac, The . and The Dismemberment Plan. A Good Year For Hardness. Released: October 20, 2009.

Six Finger Satellite. Profilo: Formed - 1990 in Providence, Rhode Island. Reformed in 2007 with a new line-up. Membri: Alex Minoff, Chris Dixon (6), Dan St. Jacques, James Apt, Jeremiah Ryan, Joel Kyack, Jon Loper, Juan Maclean, Kurt Niemand, Peter Phillips (6), Richard Ivan Pelletier, Shawn Greenlee. Varianti: Stai visualizzando tutto Six Finger Satellite. Six Finger Satellite. A Good Year For Hardness ‎(LP, Album). Vendi questa versione. Singles & EPs. none.

Six Finger Satellite (. They submitted a demo of watered-down grunge rock to Sub Pop Records, who, to their surprise, signed them and released the demo as the four-song Weapon EP in 1992.

This album has an average beat per minute of 142 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 92/187 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Severe Exposure. Recent albums by Six Finger Satellite.

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Six Finger Satellite have navigated the murky industry waters with a healthy embrace of adventure since the beginning of the 1990s. Theirs is music grounded deep in bedrock but looking to the sps, lifting spirits and discovering uncharted territories along the way. Prefiguring many figures in today’s ge-podge scene. After an eight-year hiatus, Six Finger Satellite resurfaced to release a new set of old unexplored horizons titled Half Control on Load Records and also A Good Year For Hardness on the brand new Providence label Anchor Brain

Release group by Six Finger Satellite. US. Release group information. Artist: Six Finger Satellite.

Six Finger Satellite's songs: Listen to songs by Six Finger Satellite on Myspace, Stream Free Online Music by Six Finger Satellite. Wilson P. Funny Like A Clown (Album). The Pigeon Is The Most Popular Bird.

Comments (1)

Ride rails, ride ride. Midnight rails, gonna ride...If you're expecting a synth show like Paranormalized then look elsewhere. But I think this is some of their best work next to Law of Ruins and Half Control. If you like later 6fs you should really be able to get into this. Basically every song on here rocks but I could do without Rome From Home and Don't Let Me. They're not terrible songs, but I don't quite get into them as much as the rest of the LP.

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