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 PRICE: $6.66

 FORMAT: CD
 LABEL: Seventh Rule
 RELEASED: 2009
 ORIGIN: USA
 ITEM #: ATH-6080

TRACKLIST:

  1. Lest the Professor Catches Fire
  2. View from a Sinking Ship
  3. Saddle Up and Ride
  4. Getting the Last Word
  5. Pickpocket
  6. Life is Satisfactory
  7. Mile High Cake
  8. We Make Poor Decisions
"Say whatever you want about the fact that Millions features Seventh Rule Recordings co-founder Scott Flaster. Gather Scatter is worth your attention because if Flaster wasn’t playing guitar and singing in this band, I wouldn’t at all be surprised to hear them on his label anyway. Semi-tech spastic smartypants noisy hardcore with some sunburned, driving Southern riff work and the occasional Black Flag about to have a nervous breakdown groove? Yeah, that’s such a departure from what Seventh Rule did when they put out those Akimbo and Sweet Cobra records."
h.p. taskmaster
StonerRock.com



"Chicago band Millions has come out with an uproarious debut in Gather Scatter, an album that is hard to pinpoint into one genre. At some points, it’s an edgier version of Queens Of The Stone Age; at others, it’s the vile spawn of Black Flag and Iron Maiden. Their sound is tight and compact, with guitar harmonies, heavy distortion, and a biting glimpse into our bleak present-day civilization."

Dan Marsicano



"Gather Scatter is an unbelievably impressive full-length debut for this Chicago foursome. It's one part melody, one part punk energy, and one part inventive rock, all wrapped up with enough off-time rhythms and coarse emotion to ensure the listener's engagement. It goes well with Akimbo and a lot of the current Louisville scene (Young Widows, Lords, Brain Banger, etc.)."

Nick




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Millions: Gather Scatter (CD) (Cover Art)
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Released: 2009
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Millions
Gather Scatter (CD)

Label: Seventh Rule   Origin: USA
Say whatever you want about the fact that Millions features Seventh Rule Recordings co-founder Scott Flaster. Gather Scatter is worth your attention because if Flaster wasn’t playing guitar and singing in this band, I wouldn’t at all be surprised to hear them on his label anyway. Semi-tech spastic smartypants noisy hardcore with some sunburned, driving Southern riff work and the occasional Black Flag about to have a nervous breakdown groove? Yeah, that’s such a depart...


Millions: Gather Scatter (Vinyl LP) (Cover Art)
Price: $6.66
Released: 2009
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Millions
Gather Scatter (Vinyl LP)

Label: Seventh Rule   Origin: USA
Say whatever you want about the fact that Millions features Seventh Rule Recordings co-founder Scott Flaster. Gather Scatter is worth your attention because if Flaster wasn’t playing guitar and singing in this band, I wouldn’t at all be surprised to hear them on his label anyway. Semi-tech spastic smartypants noisy hardcore with some sunburned, driving Southern riff work and the occasional Black Flag about to have a nervous breakdown groove? Yeah, that’s such a depart...


Millions: Panic Program (Color) (Vinyl 7 inch) (Cover Art)
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Released: 2010
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Millions
Panic Program (Color) (Vinyl 7 inch)

Label: Brutal Panda   Origin: USA
Limited edition of only 300 copies on green vinyl. Millions guitarists Scott Flaster and Corey Lyons are quarreling musical twins whose differences set the tension on which Millions’ sound is based. Flaster and Lyons’ dueling guitars create a codependent relationship of angst and grandeur – the neurotic impatience of Black Flag scraping up against the anthemic melodies of King Crimson. Driven by this tension, the sound of Millions is that of vicious mood swings.


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