Fragile (Saron Gas album)

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Fragile
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Studio album by Saron Gas
Released November 2000
Recorded The Farm, Midrand, South Africa
Genre Grunge, alternative rock, alternative metal, hard rock
Length 46:35
Label Musketeer, Sony BMG
Producer Brian O'Shea and Chris Tuck
Saron Gas chronology
Saron Gas 4 Track Demo
(2000)Saron Gas 4 Track Demo2000
Fragile
(2000)
Disclaimer
(as Seether)
(2002)Disclaimer2002

Fragile is the debut album by the band Saron Gas, which would eventually become Seether. The album was released only in the band's native South Africa. After this album, Wind-up Records asked the band to change their name—because "Saron Gas" was a homophone for sarin gas, a deadly nerve agent—and the band decided on "Seether", the title of a song by the American Grunge band Veruca Salt.

The versions of the tracks on this album are unique, though seven were re-recorded for Disclaimer. It is notable that all the singles from Disclaimer were originally from Fragile and no originals from the next album would be singles. "Take Me Away" was re-worked into an acoustic song for Disclaimer II.

The seven tracks re-recorded for Disclaimer were: "69 Tea", "Pride", "Fine Again", "Driven Under", "Your Bore", "Pig", and "Gasoline".

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Beer" 2:47
2. "69 Tea" 3:36
3. "Pride" 4:22
4. "Fine Again" 4:03
5. "Empty" 4:15
6. "Tied My Hands" 5:13
7. "Take Me Away" 3:31
8. "Driven Under" 4:30
9. "Stay and Play" 3:05
10. "Your Bore" 3:40
11. "Pig" 4:27
12. "Dazed and Abused" 3:10
13. "Gasoline" (bonus track) 2:46
14. "Tied My Hands (Acoustic)" (bonus track) 4:48
15. "Senseless Tragedy" (bonus track) 3:16
Total length: 57:29

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