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In 2007, with the addition of keyboardist Mike Paquet, the Pennsylvania based band, SUMMIT, headed back into the studio to record a live-in-studio double-album. The outcome of these sessions, 'Predictably Gray' would be their final work as a band and was initially released in late July 2007. The album takes on a much darker tone than their 2005 release, 'Vertiginous,' with harder electric guitars, a broad range of conceptual lyrics, and more developed songwriting. The album was mixed at Mighty Toad studios in Pawling, NY by acclaimed producer and musician Craig Dreyer and was mastered by Rob Fraboni and Craig Dreyer.
In 2007, with the addition of keyboardist Mike Paquet, the Pennsylvania based band, SUMMIT, headed back into the studio to record a live-in-studio double-album. The outcome of these sessions, 'Predictably Gray' would be their final work as a band and was initially released in late July 2007. The album takes on a much darker tone than their 2005 release, 'Vertiginous,' with harder electric guitars, a broad range of conceptual lyrics, and more developed songwriting. The album was mixed at Mighty Toad studios in Pawling, NY by acclaimed producer and musician Craig Dreyer and was mastered by Rob Fraboni and Craig Dreyer.
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Format: CD
Label: CDB
Catalog: 0345170
Rel. Date: 07/07/2009
UPC: 634479603303

Predictably Gray
Artist: Summit
Format: CD
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In 2007, with the addition of keyboardist Mike Paquet, the Pennsylvania based band, SUMMIT, headed back into the studio to record a live-in-studio double-album. The outcome of these sessions, 'Predictably Gray' would be their final work as a band and was initially released in late July 2007. The album takes on a much darker tone than their 2005 release, 'Vertiginous,' with harder electric guitars, a broad range of conceptual lyrics, and more developed songwriting. The album was mixed at Mighty Toad studios in Pawling, NY by acclaimed producer and musician Craig Dreyer and was mastered by Rob Fraboni and Craig Dreyer.
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