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J. Cole - Lost Ones

Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Seether - Karma And Effect

Time to bring a little metal back to the B Side. Seether put on a show at the Rave last Saturday, and unfortunately, I couldn't make it. I didn't really pay a ton of attention to them until a couple years ago. Not even sure why...I had heard them in the past and just didn't give them a fair shake. I LOVE the track 'Broken' with Amy of my favorites. Originally, I thought their sound was too similar to Staind, but the more I listen, I retract that a little bit. It's certainly similar, but all around a bit different. They don't allow Amazon to link samples to many of their records, so for right now this is the only review I can do. (Seriously, what's up with that anyway? Just let people hear's 2010 people!) I don't feel like this is their best record ever, but it's worth a listen. I think it's a pretty good representation of what they're all about. If you've never heard Seether before, they're certainly worth a look. Hopefully one of my readers who went to the show can't post a little something about it. Maybe that person would encourage other to get into Seether as well - and hit up a show next time their in your town. Happy Hump Day!

1. Because of Me
2. Remedy
3. Truth
4. Gift
5. Burrito
6. Given
7. Never Leave
8. World Falls Away
9. Tongue
10. I'm the One
11. Simplest Mistake
12. Diseased
13. Plastic Man
14. Secret Song (Hidden Track)

Listen To Samples

Top 3 Tracks:
1. Remedy
2. Burrito
3. Plastic Man

3.5 out of 5 stars


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  2. Show was pretty good, while I'm mainly a fan due to my lovely girlfriend being a fanatic. I did not regret going, although I was bummed I didn't have the cash for a kickass shirt they were selling there. deleted and editted for poor typing

  3. Good to hear! I wish I could have gone, as I do enjoy their tuneage. Maybe next time!