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On their sixth full-length album Isolate and Medicate, multi-platinum alternative rock trio Seether – Shaun Morgan [vocals, guitar], Dale Stewart [bass, backing vocals], and John Humphrey [drums] – strip their trademark melodic thrash to its core and deliver the most poignant, passionate, and powerful record of their illustrious career. With rigorous minimalism and maturity, chief ... Read more in Amazon's Seether Store

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  • Audio CD (August 20, 2002)
  • Original Release Date: 2002
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Wind-Up
  • ASIN: B00006BMWO
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (157 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #73,615 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Gasoline
2. 69 Tea
3. Fine Again
4. Needles
5. Driven Under
6. Pride
7. Sympathetic
8. Your Bore
9. Fade Away
10. Pig
11. Fuck It
12. Broken

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Disclaimer [Explicit Lyrics] [Audio CD] Seether

Creed's brand of life-affirming hard rock has done little to lift the spirits of label mates Seether. "It seems like everything is gray and there's no color to behold," the South African trio's frontman Shaun Morgan fumes on "Fine Again." Its debut album is an unrelentingly grim affair, punctuated by self-obsession and angst, grinding riffs, and dragging rhythms. "It seems like I'm alone here, hollow again," Morgan sings on "Sympathetic." But taking a cue from leading miserablists Staind, Seether temper their angst with melody and soul, allowing the sun to break through in sweeping, emotional tracks like "Fade Away" and "Driven Under." Perhaps shifting a couple million units will improve the group's disposition. --Aidin Vaziri

Customer Reviews

Broken - good song. really slow. good outro.
What else can i say but wow, ... I loved this band because, you can listen to this album from start to finish and still wanna listen again.
The first time i heard the music"fine again" i loved it and i got the cd a few weeks later.

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31 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Kevin on November 17, 2003
Format: Audio CD
I love Seether, including their original work from South Africa before they moved to America. This band, originally from South Africa under the name Saron Gas is incredible. They formed in 1999 and this is their second album, the first was called Fragile and sadly is not available in the United States. (South African release)Yes, Shaun Morgan's voice can have a tendency to sound like Kurt Cobaine, and/or Aaron Lewis but I found it easy to distinguish between Shaun and others. And btw, this band doesn't sound like Creed as many people think. I would recommend this cd to anyone who enjoys good rock music. The cd is so varied it suits nearly everyone's tastes. Disclaimer is a fantastic CD. If you'd like a break down of the music on the cd continue reading otherwise SKIP TO THE END. Where I left a way to find more info on Seether's South African album.
The entire album of Disclaimer is broken into many different types of music:
Pride, Needles, FXXK IT, and Your Bore are all full of rage
69 Tea, Pig, and Gasoline all have grunge elements
Fine Again and Driven Under stand alone, it is not because they were released on the radio, it is merely coincidence.
Sympathetic, Fade Away, and Broken are very calm beats, so calm that it would surprise most people to know that the same band sings both Pride and Sympathetic.
The first song, Gasoline has a grunge element to it, it is a great song.
69 Tea has a similar riff to Gasoline but it's easy to tell the songs apart when listening to the lyrics.
Fine Again, the song I heard on the radio which made me fall in love with Seether is a great song, although it can be seen as depressing music when listening to the lyrics.
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23 of 27 people found the following review helpful By mugentyper on January 23, 2003
Format: Audio CD
This debut album from Seether is great. Seether's sound can best be descirbed as Nirvana gone hard rock. The lead's singers voice on many tracks greatly resembles Kurt Cobain's. But don't get me wrong, in general the music is quite a bit harder than Nirvana. They nicely blend the hard songs with the more mellow one's. Personally I think the best tracks on the album are Fine Again, Driven Under, Sympathetic, Broken, Fade Away and 69 Tea. This is a very dark album, but infectiously catchy. If you like Chevelle, Taproot, Staind, or even Alice in Chains I would recommend this album to you.

Here's a track breakdown:

1. Gasoline - very grungy song, extremely catchy chorus, nice heavy guitar riffs 8.5/10

2. 69 Tea - another grunge song that breaks into heavy guitar and drums during the chorus, also a catchy song, interesting lyrics 9/10

3. Fine Again - their first single, surely you've heard it on the radio, my favorite song on the cd, very dark song about alcoholism, catchiest chorus on the whole cd 10/10

4. Needles - Another very dark song, the tempo is medium paced, again breaking into heavy guitar riffs during the chorus with more of a mellow bridge 7.5/10

5. Driven Under - one of the slower songs on the cd. Very emotional lyrics, yet again with an exploding chorus. 7.5/10

6. Pride - one of the hardest songs on the cd. Has a faster pace than most of the other songs, almost growling like verses, than slows down for the chorus. This song doesn't follow the same model as the others. Awsome ending! 9/10

7. Sympathetic - Slowest song on the cd by far, the tune reminds me of Lifehouse, but before you get turned off give it a listen, they really pull it off! Super catchy chorus.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Mark Souza on October 16, 2002
Format: Audio CD
This is a great CD from start to finish. Seether show a great range throughout the 12 tracks and I listen to every one of them. They can be very heavy and very mellow, keeping a great melody eiher way. They were on Ozzfest this summer, which isn't too bad for a band just putting out its debut CD now. They are a 3 man band and especially the lead singer/guitarist has a ton of talent. He can sing and scream really well. I have let 8 people listen to this cd and all but one said they really like it, so odds are you will. Here are my favorite tracks:
Heavier - Your Bore, Pig, Needles
Lighter - Broken, Fine Again, Fade Away
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Ian Scottish on May 31, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Latley when it comes to rock on the radio, it's been the same dull [stuff], over and over again. It all sounds the same and it's just plain bad. However, when I heard "Fine Again", I thought this really seemed like a band that's not following any trends and they have their own type of style. Sure, a lotta people are saying that the lead singer of Seether sounds like Aaron Lewis amongst others, but in all honesty I think he has quite a different style. Well, I decided to cop the CD but wasn't expecting any of the songs to match up to "Fine Again" being that it's probably one of my favorite mainstream rock songs I've heard in years, but to my surprise I couldn't find a single mediocre song on the album. On top of this, there's so many different types of songs on "Disclaimer". Some of the tracks sound like early 90's grunge, while others sound more like present day hard rock. The instrumentals on this album are awesome and though some may find the lyrics a little too trendy or repetitive, I feel that they wrote some heart-felt words on all these tracks that so many people can relate to. You can tell this isn't some pre-packaged angst that you'd hear from some excuse for a rock band like Puddle of Mudd, these are real emotions. As for the lead singer, I feel a lot of people just pre-judged the vocals after hearing "Fine Again", but if you listen to the whole album he switches up his style quite a lot. Whether or not you think they sound too much like Stain'd or Creed or some one else, the bottom line is that I haven't heard any of those bands come out with an album that is this good.
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