‘Seether’ Veruca Salt VS ‘Remedy’ Seether

Apparently Remedy by Seether 2009 is five times more popular than Veruca Salt “Seether”, 52m plays to 9m plays.
I never heard it before just now.
I bought by wife a dress from J.Foss in Palo Alto with a bunch of cd covers, including Nirvana and I thought Seether by Veruca Salt. Bait and switch, yo.
Seether the band is originally referencing poison gas. They had to change their names to get signed in US, not South Africa. The ones I like the song is about their cat, they are females and they are named for a character from Willie Wonka. My Seether are contemporaries more or less of Nirvana, whereas hard rock Seether are bad second pressing of such.
Meanwhile around the corner a young server at a Georgian restaurant here less than a year wore a new Green Day “Dookie” shirt. Camila. And I said my song was “She” but first I missed it as “Welcome to Paradise”. She, she screams in silence. Camilla is from the part of the former soviet union that Borat is not actually from, I think.

My computer thinks I am at a Green Day show today at Oracle baseball park. I wish. 

I am all by myself. (hidden track)

 

meannwhile my wife has not discoverd that it is stil her brithday and I bought her a dress. I left the box in he car I bought her. Kudos to Taru for modeling. She is a very stylish girl. Dmitri from Paris or central India. 

edit to add, apparently this is my foruth time here at plasty praising veruca salt. 

About markweiss86

Mark Weiss, founder of Plastic Alto blog, is a concert promoter and artist manager in Palo Alto, as Earthwise Productions, with background as journalist, advertising copywriter, book store returns desk, college radio producer, city council and commissions candidate, high school basketball player; he also sang in local choir, and fronts an Allen Ginsberg tribute Beat Hotel Rm 32
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