One Cold Night Live (2006)
|Seether reveals a new side to their sound with One Cold Night, a two disc CD/DVD package. Recorded at Philadelphia's Grape Street on February 22, 2006, the live acoustic show features hits from the albums Disclaimer, Disclaimer II and their current release, Karma & Effect.|
Included on the CD are Seether's smash hits "Remedy" and "Broken." The final track listing also showcases some of the band's most hard-rocking anthems including "Gasoline" and "Truth" in a fresh, intimate setting that provides a unique experience for both new and long time fans.
The bonus DVD includes an in-depth interview with the band, the music video for "The Gift," a behind the scenes package from the Oaxaca video shoot, and a gallery of still photos from the performance.
Album Notes and Credits
Notes & Personnel Info
|Seether: Shaun Morgan (vocals, guitar); Pat Callahan (guitar); Dale Stewart (bass guitar); John Humphrey (drums).|
|On this 2006 CD/DVD set, the South African heavy-rock act Seether performs an acoustic concert that finds the band drawing from both DISCLAIMER II and KARMA & EFFECT. While the group wisely picks songs from its catalog that are conducive to the unplugged scenario, including the melodic "Fine Again" and the melancholy "Plastic Man," the standout track proves to be Seether's spot-on cover of Pearl Jam's brooding "Immortality."|
|NCIS: Official TV Soundtrack|
|Lost Boys:tribe (Ost)|
Associated Artists and Works
|The String Tribute Players|
|Release Date : 07/11/2006|
|Original Release Date : 2006|
|Catalog ID : 50131|
|Label : Wind-Up|
|Number of Discs : 1|
|Studio/Live : Live|
|Mono/Stereo : Stereo|
|SPAR Code : n/a|
|UPC : 00601501312120|
The Seether of 2006 is a far different band than the Seether that debuted in 2002. Nowhere is that more evident than on One Cold Night, the new live acoustic CD and bonus DVD, which reveals a new intimate side to their heavy-hitting sound.
After Seether?s debut album went gold, the band was all set to cut their second album in 2004 when they unexpectedly had a crossover hit single. Seether had re-recorded their ballad, ?Broken,? as a duet featuring Morgan and Evanescence?s Amy Lee for the soundtrack to the action film The Punisher. As it climbed into the Billboard Top 10, the band?s first album was issued in a new, expanded version called Disclaimer II - and it became the first debut album ever to go gold twice as this revised record also met that magic mark. Suddenly, they were in demand all over the world. They scrapped their recording plans and toured Europe in the summer of 2004. Some of these new fans, attracted by the hit ballad, attended a concert only to discover that Seether was a quartet offering a beautiful marriage of heaviness and melody.
Amidst their tireless touring schedule, Seether found time to record One Cold Night. When asked about performing his repertoire in an acoustic setting, Morgan says, ?This is an experience for us to have some fun and present our music in a different fashion. It is amazing for us to be able to play the same heavy songs in a more intimate environment. We love it because we feel a connection with the audience and they can understand and listen to every chord that comes from the stage. It?s always fun to just mix it up and that's what we?re all about.? The quartet has plans to take the acoustic set on the road in the summer of 2006, performing both electric and acoustic shows in cities across the U.S.
The bonus DVD includes an in-depth interview with the band conducted by Philadelphia?s WMMR on-air legend Pierre Robert, the music video for ?The Gift,? a behind the scenes package from the Oaxaca video shoot, and a gallery of still photos from the Grape Street performance. The set list features some rarities, including a performance of ?Tied My Hands,? a favorite from the band?s early days as Saron Gas, and a cover of Pearl Jam?s ?Immortality.?
Seether?s devoted fans will be rewarded with the release of One Cold Night. The CD/DVD marks several firsts for the band - their first concert recording, their first live acoustic recording and their first DVD release offering a complete set. For new fans, the live recording will convey the musical integrity and intensity of vocalist Shaun Morgan and his band mates from the platinum-selling, headlining band, Seether.