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Isolate and Medicate [Deluxe Edition]
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful
on July 6, 2014
I gave myself a chance to listen to the entire album multiple times before writing a review. The first listen I liked all the songs but songs like Same Damn Life, Crash & Watch Me Drown threw me off at first being an unexpected sound. But after multiple listens I can honestly say I love all the songs on this album and I'm glad the songs are diverse from each other. I don't want every song to sound the same otherwise the entire album plays as one long song. I know this is a great album when a lot of the song choruses get stuck in my head out of nowhere.

In an interview Shaun had said that he's not a pissed off 20 year old kid anymore and the music shows that maturity. He has always been a brilliant lyricist and I love this album.

My top favorite songs: Save Today, Nobody Praying For Me, Words as Weapons, My Disaster
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24 of 31 people found the following review helpful
on July 1, 2014
Sweet baby Jesus. I have been a dedicated fan of Seether since I found them around '04. I have to admit, I was getting worried that they might start becoming more "pop" with the last album... but for real, this is everything I could have wanted from a Seether album. I can't stop listening to it. Nice to see them take a turn back in the right direction towards their roots. This is a must have. <3 BUY IT. YOU WONT BE DISAPPOINTED. Promise (:
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on July 6, 2014
SEETHER have been doing very well since their last release HOLDING ONTO STRINGS BETTER LEFT TO FRAY, which I remember stating was my favorite album of that year. ISOLATE AND MEDICATE, the band's latest release, proves that the band is still lyrically and musically strong. In fact, these might be Shaun Morgan's most creative lyrics to date. Especially on tracks such as MY DISASTER, NOBODY PRAYING FOR ME, KEEP THE DOGS AT BAY, and even the pre-released songs WORDS AS WEAPONS and SUFFER IT ALL, which don't really strike me as anything amazing but are still good songs nonetheless. Morgan also improves his vocal presence even more than he did on the last record, from the vocal limits pushed on SAME DAMN LIFE, to the heartfelt performance he gives on SAVE TODAY. Overall, I'd put this up with SEETHER's previous albums HOLDING ONTO STRINGS and KARMA AND EFFECT as one of their best, and a future classic.

Rating: 5 stars/5 stars
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on July 4, 2014
Seether isn't phoning it in, but they do make it sound easy. Isolate and Medicate is a return to Finding Beauty in Negative Spaces in that it sounds like Karma and Effect meets, the more cerebral, Holding Onto Strings Better Left to Fray. And, it couldn’t have come at a better time, when hard rock veterans are sounding more pop than ever. Johnny has been my favorite drummer since Karma and Effect.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
on July 1, 2014
This one might rank with Finding Beauty as my favorite Seether album. Their sound continues to evolve, but they still have the same hard hitting riffs and catchy lyrics as they have always had. I certainly hope this isn’t their last.
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9 of 12 people found the following review helpful
on July 1, 2014
From South Africa, to the United States, and finally to the World, this band has matured and progressed along the way to develop itself into a strong global presence. 'Isolate and Medicate' delivers the Seether sound that so many faithful followers expect. The lyrics in this issue, penned by genius lyricist Shaun Morgan, have reached a new level. This is an album to be listened to over and over again, it is that good. The early release of 'Words as Weapons', and 'Weak', and then a little later 'Suffer It All' have allowed these songs to become early hits while keeping the balance of the album under wraps. The full album, released July 1, really delivers a punch with a total of 14 songs. Each song seems to have enough strength to stand on it's own and yet there is diversity throughout. The song 'Goodbye Tonight', a collaboration with South African band Van Coke Kartel, is already considered to be epic. Seether is a fabulous band. 'Isolate and Medicate' will stay on top of the charts for a long, long time.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on July 10, 2014
Best rock album in years.. period!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on July 9, 2014
Seether is awesome anyway but this album is amazing. I love every song on this album. I have listened to it so many times and I still can't get enough of it. BUY THIS ALBUM!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on September 12, 2014
I LOVE SEETHER, so there is nothing more I can say other then this album exceeded my expectations. I have been a fan since 2002 prior to that Seether was called "Saron Gas" I have all their CDS and some live recordings from shows I have attended and couldn't say a bad thing about them. Seeing them live is even better. I really dig the album titles and the darker side of life that is explored and revealed in their music. Brilliant and as always worth the wait.

1.1 Founding (2002-2003)
1.2 Beginning and Disclaimer (2002)
1.3 Success and Disclaimer II (2003–2004)
1.4 Karma and Effect, One Cold Night (2005–2006)
1.5 Finding Beauty in Negative Spaces (2007–2009)
1.6 Holding Onto Strings Better Left to Fray and Seether: 2002-2013 (2010–2013)
1.7 Isolate and Medicate (2014 - present)
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on July 4, 2014
Seether can do no wrong. This album is full of hard hitting music with intelligent lyrics...totally on par with their other albums.
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