01 - Like Suicide 04:15
02 - Fake It 03:14
03 - Breakdown 03:29
04 - Fmlyhm 03:28
05 - Fallen 04:18
06 - Rise Above This 03:24
07 - No Jesus Christ 07:06
08 - 6 Gun Quota 03:23
09 - Walk Away From The Sun 04:14
10 - Eyes Of The Devil 05:01
11 - Don't Believe 04:35
12 - Waste 04:27
13 - Careless Whisper 05:02
14 - Careless Whisper (Strings Version) 04:24
The same group that brought you the original retail of this album
brings you the deluxe edition with the must hear cover song (2
versions) of Careless Whisper. Happy cinco de mayo!
Seether returns with another workaday outing that rocks like late
2001. Finding Beauty in Negative Spaces is virtually
interchangeable with any previous Seether disc, as well as pretty
much anything by the likes of Nickelback, Shinedown, and other
"post-grunge" rock bands. True, "Fake It" has zeal, and "Rise
Above This" may very well provide the soundtrack to late-night,
soul-searching sessions for teenagers from Cape Cod to Cape Town.
Shaun Morgan’s often unnecessarily profane lyrics are another
problem. Witness the gauche "FMLYHM," which borrows from lyrical
ideas that sounded novel when Trent Reznor sang them in "Closer"
more than a decade ago but now just sound juvenile and
unnecessarily angry. Same goes for the numbing epic "No Jesus
Christ" and the closer, "Waste." Throughout, the band shows a lack
of imagination that may ultimately prove fatal. In all, this is
cookie-cutter rock that really doesn’t.