Stems and Seeds is a 2009 album by Ben Folds. It is a remastered version of his previous album Way to Normal in a different track order. Folds explained its release as being due to popular demand, as many fans requested a less compressed version.
The first disc consists of stem files that can be used in computer applications such as GarageBand to produce remixes. The second disc has the remastered album with various bonus tracks; the fake songs from the original leak of Way to Normal, a live rehearsal take of "You Don't Know Me" and a Japanese-language version of "Hiroshima".