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"Call Me When You're Sober" is a song by American rock band Evanescence recorded for their second studio album, The Open Door. Wind-up Records released it as the album's lead single on September 4, 2006; this release was preceded by the song's Internet leak and its earlier distribution to radio stations on July 31.
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Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum Deluxe Edition available now! Shaun Morgan – Vocals/GuitarDale Stewart – Bass/VocalsJohn Humphrey – DrumsCorey Lowery - Guitar
The album's first single, "Country Song", was released on 8 March in the US and on 4 April in the United Kingdom, and the new album was released on 17 May 2011. Seether reached their highest position on the US Billboard 200 Charts when Holding Onto Strings Better Left to Fray rose to the Number 2 position.
Finding Beauty in Negative Spaces is the fourth studio album by South African rock band Seether. The album was released in South Africa and Switzerland on 19 October 2007, and released worldwide on 23 October 2007. It is the first album by the band without lead guitarist Pat Callahan.
"69 Tea" was the first song that Shaun Morgan remembers writing. He has said: "We'd written songs in bands prior to that. I mean, I wrote that when I was about fifteen or sixteen years old. So for me it was like, wow, this is just me by myself and nobody else. I spent a lot of my teenage years just in my room playing guitar.