One Cold Night

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All Music Guide - Megan Frye
Grape Street, the Philadelphia venue where One Cold Night was recorded on February 22, 2006, is also the location of the chance encounter between guitarist Pat Callahan, singer Shaun Morgan, and bassist Dale Stewart. Callahan was given a chance to audition for the band after Morgan saw him play at Grape Street. But the venue was chosen as the album site for a sense of homecoming and comfort for the entire band -- not just Callahan. Yet even this feeling of homecoming can't save One Cold Night from its generic glumness. Seether never stray much from the rules and confines of post-grunge and alternative metal, but their grittier attitude and less self-righteous lyrics make ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Megan Frye
Grape Street, the Philadelphia venue where One Cold Night was recorded on February 22, 2006, is also the location of the chance encounter between guitarist Pat Callahan, singer Shaun Morgan, and bassist Dale Stewart. Callahan was given a chance to audition for the band after Morgan saw him play at Grape Street. But the venue was chosen as the album site for a sense of homecoming and comfort for the entire band -- not just Callahan. Yet even this feeling of homecoming can't save One Cold Night from its generic glumness. Seether never stray much from the rules and confines of post-grunge and alternative metal, but their grittier attitude and less self-righteous lyrics make them seem more down to earth than Creed or Nickelback. In fact, about the only surprising aspect about the album is that it doesn't sound like a live album at all. What should have been an emotional return ends up sounding more like a chore than a celebration. Other than a few cheers before and after songs (someone yells the drummer's name), the album sounds like it was recorded in a studio. There is absolutely nothing raw or imperfect about it, which is usually the charm of live albums. If One Cold Night wasn't marketed as being a live album, listeners could very well have no clue that it is. Not only did the crowd not seem to be having a very good time, but the band didn't either, offering almost no interaction with audience members. Most of the songs chosen for the live performance are brooding, somber, and self-deprecating. Actually, it's kind of depressing. The album's perpetual gloomy state flows so generically from one song to the next that you're not sure if the album is, in fact, just one long song. One Cold Night doesn't offer Seether fans anything that the band's in-studio recordings don't. All but two of the songs are hits from the band's certified gold albums, Disclaimer, Disclaimer II, and Karma and Effect. Unlike most live albums, this one lacks a sense of catharsis, fun, or general attentiveness. If this release was geared toward developing a new fan base, it's unlikely to achieve its goal. It doesn't stand out, neither from the band's other albums, nor from those of Seether's peers. On the other hand, for die-hard Seether fans, One Cold Night could work as just a mellower version of the band's previous albums and will hold some appeal for that reason.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 8/13/2012
  • Label: Sbme Special Mkts.
  • UPC: 887254449522
  • Catalog Number: 544495

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Gasoline (2:57)
  2. 2 Driven Under (4:58)
  3. 3 Diseased (3:46)
  4. 4 Truth (5:15)
  5. 5 Immortality (5:02)
  6. 6 Tied My Hands (5:15)
  7. 7 Sympathetic (4:12)
  8. 8 Fine Again (5:05)
  9. 9 Broken (4:16)
  10. 10 The Gift (5:36)
  11. 11 Remedy (3:40)
  12. 12 Plastic Man (3:34)
  13. 13 [Untitled] (4:24)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Seether Primary Artist
Dale Stewart Bass, Group Member
Pat Callahan Guitar, Group Member
Shaun Morgan Guitar, Vocals, Group Member
John Humphrey Drums, Group Member
Technical Credits
Dave Abbruzzese Composer
Jeff Ament Composer
Stone Gossard Composer
Stephen Marcussen Mastering
Mike McCready Composer
Eddie Vedder Composer
Pat Burke Video Engineer
Barb Adams Audio Production
Steve Karas Executive Producer
Dale Stewart Composer
Seether Composer
Ed Sherman Art Direction
Edwin U. Camacho Management
Mike Dewdney Representation
Scott Sokol Representation
Mike Nack Authoring
Pierre Robert Interviewer
Joe Cahill Executive Producer
Gareth Botha Illustrations
Shaun Morgan Composer
Bennett Chandler Engineer
Curtis Clyde Drum Technician
Dave Gutt Director
Scott Allee Lighting Technician
Pete Peloquin Engineer
Mike Gutt Camera Operator
Michael "Monk" Shear Monitors
Eugene Welgemoed Bass Technician
Annette Narciso Producer
Andy Kasprzak Camera Operator
Aaron Medick Camera Operator
Travis Vautour Camera Operator
Stephanie Masarsky Executive Producer
Scott Dachroeder Guitar Techician
Rick Smith Management
Rebecca Wilde Camera Operator
Nick Ray Camera Operator
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