The band that is now called "Seether" Saron Gas formed in the mid to late 1990s and released one album titled "Fragile" only in South Africa in 2000. They changed their name shortly after this release, moved to the states, signed to Windup Records and released "Disclaimer" in 2002. Some of the songs that were on "Fragile" were rerecorded unded the name Seether and sound a little different from the originals.
The Saron Gas versions of "Fine Again", "Driven Under" and "Gasoline" sound different then the Seether versions of them.
by Sandon April 17, 2006
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