Tracklist

6.1 11:06
6.2 9:57
6.3 13:32
6.4 9:30
6.5 5:03
6.6 8:40

Versions (3)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
RCD 2029 Supersilent 6(CD, Album) Rune Grammofon RCD 2029 Norway 2003 Sell This Version
RLP 3029 Supersilent 6(2xLP, Album, Ltd) Rune Grammofon RLP 3029 Norway 2003 Sell This Version
BOM 24032 Supersilent 6(CD, Album, Ltd) Bomba Records (4) BOM 24032 Japan 2005 Sell This Version

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scoundrel

scoundrel

November 4, 2013
referencing 6, CD, Album, RCD 2029

Supersilent continue their unique brand of jazz with 6, melding the electronic with the organic. "6.1," for instance, wavers between flutes and more harsh sweeps of sound, as a light percussion tries to rein in the chaos. "6.2" has more melancholy to it, bolstered by the mournful trumpet, and "6.3" gets more spacious in its composition before it grows and swells towards grandeur. "6.4" starts off with some reverbed country guitar twang, while "6.5" revels in the feedback and processed guitars. "6.6" ends the album on a much more angelic note, with a high-pitched Sigur Rós-like vocals drifting atop the haze. Quite nice.
gsheputis

gsheputis

November 15, 2011
referencing 6, CD, Album, RCD 2029

Oh, My FREAKIN' LORD!--This IS the "Bitches Brew" for the 21st Century!! Miles would have been proud to come play with these guys!--Soundscapes hitherto unknown to galaxy of this area--One for Thee Infinite Cosmos!!
wim300

wim300

October 18, 2006
edited over 9 years ago
referencing 6, CD, Album, RCD 2029
This album is one which I treasure most. Highlights are 6.2 (Arve's trumpet playing is simply breathtaking on this one) and 6.4. The latter track really deserves special attention. The quiet build-up which ends in magnificent guitar outbursts. A truly piece of art.
tine

tine

July 27, 2006
edited over 9 years ago
referencing 6, CD, Album, RCD 2029
Recorded in 2003. Supersilent is a pseudonym for deathprod. Nicely twisted and manipulated electronic and organic sounds in a vaguely twighlight zone meets film score style. A plethora of sounds and styles all fused together in a very coherent and listenable way. Odd, but good odd.