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Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
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Joe Rubio | Rialto, California United States | 06/05/2001
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I first heard of Seed on MTV's 120 minutes. They played "Doe" and "Rapture" live and I was amazed.The fretless bass and smooth vocals really stand out on this cd.Seed kicks it into high gear toward the latter part of the album with songs like "Rapture", "Release", and "Tortoise" and a last song that fades out only to fade in to something that has no real sense of direction, a woman speaking german, and a brief moment of kids on a playground.All in all a decent, and at times beautiful, cd that got passed over in the wake of bands like Korn, Limp Bizkit, and (my favorite) The Smashing Pumpkins."
John Morrison | woodbridge, va United States | 08/11/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This is one of the greatest (and one of the most below-the-radar) albums that came out in the early/mid 90's, which was one of the greatest times for rock music since the late 60's. I got this album when I was 12, and at first I only liked a few of the songs on it, 'Rapture' and 'Doe' really being two of them. Over the years though, this album has been one of the elite four or five CDs that I have always checked out from time to time. This album really has the whole package. The songwriting is very unique but still catchy; The melodies are wonderful; The guitar sound has a perfect loud, ringing, distortion sound without being too obnoxious to cover up the chords being played; The drummer grooves hard through the whole album; There's a lot of great vocal harmonizing; and the fretless bass really adds a great 'watery' feeling to the music as well. The slow songs don't drag, and the faster, heavier songs aren't overbearing. This is just a great album from a great era in rock music. The band is no longer around, although two of the members (Chad Salls and Dean Truitt) have recently formed the group 'Color'."