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Saron Gas - Fragile

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Reviewer :
Kaj Roth Format: Album
Year: 2000
Label: Musketeer
Genre: Pop Rock
Producer: Brian O Shea/Chris Tuck
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6 years before Seether´s frontman Shaun Morgan´s break up with Evanescence vocalist Amy Lee, 4 years before Seether´s hit "Broken" that featured a duet with Amy Lee and 2 years before their debut release "Dislaimer" for Wind up artists - Shaun Morgan hadn´t met Amy Lee and they weren´t even called Seether back in their homecountry of South Africa.
Saron Gas was their former name and they released "Fragile" in 2000 where 6 songs later were re-recorded with Jay Baumgardner for the Wind up record.
This one is actually more for the die hard fans of Seether since the production isn´t as fat and big as their US release "Disclaimer", the sound is even more grunge-like in the vein of Creed on "Fragile" and I must say they picked the best songs for the Wind up release too.
The other 6 songs "Beer", "Empty", "Tied hands", "Take me away", "Stay and play" and "Dazed and abused" are only ok and feels more like album fillers.

"69 tea", "Pride", "Fine again", "Driven under", "Your bore" and "Pig" are the songs that ended up on "Disclaimer" (2002).



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