Enter the download code you received with your purchase to claim your downloads. Keep in mind many mobile devices don't have built in support for opening ZIP files; you may want to download on a computer.


Login with your existing account.


Create an account to purchase items.

Passwords must be at least 6 characters

LP $14.00


PP 070 

CD $12.75

10/19/2010 633757225220 

PP 070 CD 

***When THE GAMITS disbanded in 2004, they went out on top. At a sold out show in Denver, CO, they bid farewell to the city, the fans, old tunes, and new classics from their second full-length entitled Antidote. Over the 10-year life-span of the band, their music had matured from a pop punk band to that of a melodic rock trio that drew from varied influences with intricate guitar work, thoughtful lyrics, and beautifully simple song structure. In 2009, it all started over with a phone call from Japan. The country that once embraced The Gamits wanted a reunion tour. With the idea planted firmly in frontman CHRIS FOGAL’s mind, he called SCOTT WEIGEL and FORREST BARTOSH to pick up the bass and drum duties and take a nice paid vacation to Tokyo. But the idea grew from a simple reunion tour into a brand new album. Parts was completed in July at Fogal's Black In Bluhm studio in Denver. This album is the next step forward for a band who may not have played together for a while, but must have been listening. The foundation of melodic rock is still the same, but this time taking on more of an edge. Vocally, the album is a departure from Fogal's sticky sweet tone of the past, and walks toward a gruffness reminiscent of Blake from Jawbreaker or Eric from Dillinger Four. All the hooks are there, but they still leave room for texture through time changes and hard rock beats. Parts is the logical next step for a band that every Gamits fan loves and everyone else hasn't heard yet.