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Seasons (Bonus Dvd) Enhanced, Explicit Lyrics


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  • Audio CD (Oct. 7 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Enhanced, Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Universal Music Group
  • ASIN: B0000CG8F8
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (112 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #44,850 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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4.1 out of 5 stars

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Format: Audio CD
The title says it all, from the debut CD, through Home and Animosity, this CD means more to me then any of the previous 3. In terms of hardness? It probably sits 3rd in my opinion (debut, Home, Seasons, Animosity) but it's not always about how hard you can be, it's how good you are and what you can offer to the people who pay to buy your cds, your shirts, and to come to your concerts. Okay enough babble, here is the track listing:
Disease: 5/5 wow what a great opening song from the road warriors!
Enemy: 5/5 where haven't you heard this song, the unedited or the edited? Unlike other songs on the radio they try to ram down your throat, you cannot tire of this one!
Seasons: 5/5 great title track!
Broken Down: 5/5 a recently hearlded radio hit, but the radio was too late: already a great song without the help!
Separate: 4/5 not bad at all!
Honesty: 4/5 honestly it's pretty good.
Skeleton Song: 4/5 weird!
Disgrace: 5/5 anyone who don't like this one is what the title says you are!
Burned Out: 3/5 okay.
Suffocate: 4/5 Not as good as Cold's of the same title but still good!
Gone: 4/5 gone? Nah, sounds still there!
Face to Face: 6/5 absolutely my favorite on this CD: what a powerful song to end a powerful CD with. Only thing is i wish it was just a littttle bit longer!
Conclusion: Sevendust has not changed the music, or the lyrics but something has risen there music and flavor to a higher level. Whatever is be, it certainly worked!
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By A Customer on May 15 2004
Format: Audio CD
First, if you don't lke nu-metal, then don't write hate mail about it just because it isn't the type of music you like. Now, let's talk about the cd. Unlike Korn or Slipknot, Sevendust gives you breaks from the heavy yelling and screaming. If you don't want breaks, go with those two bands. Here is my rating for each song:
1.Disease) Great beginning, middle, and end. Excellent instrmental. Contender for second best song on the album. 5/5
2.Enemy) Best song on the album! 6/5
3.Seasons) Good song, but not as good as the first two. 3/5
4.Broken Down) Cool beginning. Awesome lyrics. 4/5
5.Seperate) Again, great lyrics, almost as good as Disease. 4.5/5
6.Honesty) Good song all around. Really cool guitar.4/5
7.Skeleton Song) Very slow, but beautiful. 3/5
8.Disgrace) Hard to give details. Not hard to grade! 5/5
9.Burned Out) Good lyrics. 5/5
10.Suffocate) Awesome! Another contender for second best!5/5
11.Gone)Excellent! Reminds me of Limp Bizkit at points. End sounds like A Perfect Circle. Another contender for second best. 5/5
12.Face to Face) Another contender for second best. Heaviest song on the album. 5/5
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First off, I need to say that it's a tremendous shame that most of you reading this review don't realize there's a whole WORLD of music outside of what commercial, corporate radio and MTV churn out for you... DON'T be limited by their narrow-mindedness... go out there and search for exciting new bands... there are a lot of great college-run radio stations (and some are online) that are not controlled by the almighty dollar; that's a place to start... there are also a lot of informative Web sites and other sources... I'm talking about ALL genres of music, but if you like hard rock and metal, try The Mars Volta... they'll rock your face off but are incredibly musical at the same time... or try Cave In... or Trail of Dead... But anyway, back to Sevendust:
For a radio band, I always enjoyed Sevendust because I felt like they perfected that great, chugging guitar sound and combined it with good vocals, a great rhythym section, and good hooks... But on Seasons, it's become way too structured... it's not loose and intense anymore... it feels like it was made in a lab. Unfortunately this happens very often with bands; they start out with an edge, and then that edge softens as they seek a wider, more commercial appeal. In this case, artistically speaking, that equals a very bland record, which is what we have here.
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I was a huge Sevendust fan for a long time. I bought their self titled cd in 2001 when that and Home were the only disks they had out. I heard the single "praise" off of aminosity on the radio and I wasn't a huge fan but bought it anyways. I really loved animosity and later picked up Home, which also ruled. So I go to the cd store a month before Seasons comes out to reserve it, when I finally get the cd...Well I was a little dissappointed. "Disease" was a good track and "seasons" was too. Enemy sucks, plain and simple and there are few others I can't stand. I blame a lot of this on Butch Walker, who produced the album, He performs in power-pop bands and writes a lot of similar songs and always has to have his hand in the cd for the bands he is producing. He has to make it known he had something to do with it, and it ruined the album. It isn't Sevendust, and I can tell that from a mile away. Don't get me wrong it is a good cd, but not for a band like Sevendust. If you don't believe me listen to "Too close to hate" or any song from the first or second record, or better yet watch them play the old stuff live!. Although I was disgusted with the band when I heard the cd, I bought the retrospect dvd and I can still say that sevendust is my favorite band after watching it. I don't understand why they have to reinvent their style, it is starting to sound like pop music. They need to put a little more power and aggression into it. Sevendust rocks, but this cd isn't the best, I am waiting for the 5th release because I think they will come back strong. If not, I will wait til the 6th release. Sevendust will always be my favorite band no matter what because their first 3 disks are some of the best. If you like poppy music, go for it, but I think I am going to start a boycott against Butch walker.
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