Seasons (Bonus Dvd) Enhanced, Explicit Lyrics
|Price:||CDN$ 22.88 & FREE Shipping on orders over CDN$ 25. Details|
Frequently Bought Together
Customers Who Bought This Item Also Bought
Seasons (w/ Bonus DVD)
Top Customer Reviews
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!
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
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.
Most recent customer reviews
Well, I guess some people like change and some people dont, I dont mind change, but it's just not there..something seems to be missing, and that is where change comes in. Read morePublished on Jan. 6 2006 by The One
This C.D is awesome!! It shows how good Sevendust is! Every song is different! Every song is well written as well as played!! Read morePublished on July 16 2005
I listen to this album non-stop. It is spine-chilling on some songs until it creeps up at the end. Worth checkin out!Published on Sept. 16 2004
There are not few new rock bands and even fewer albums in todays music that are worth buying but this CD is truely a inspiring wave of hard riffs and sensual tones. Read morePublished on July 14 2004 by Darin D. Kerr
All I can say is that it's a pretty good album. I had originally said there was no rapping, but then I listened to Enemy and realised how wrong I was. Read morePublished on June 4 2004 by sliggy
Thia is a pretty good effort by sevendust, I would not say thier best but a good listen otherwise. Some of the songs are a little repeticious but thier are a few that are nice... Read morePublished on May 27 2004
i just went out and brought this cd and man let me tell you is it good. SD has come so far as a band and i really think it shows on this CD , everytime i listen to this CD i fall... Read morePublished on April 12 2004 by Scott_Hall2004
These guys are great and I love their music! They are one of the great nu-metal groups along with Korn, Disturbed, Staind, System of a Down, Deftones, etc. Read morePublished on April 1 2004