after becoming obsessed with 'eight arms to hold you', i had to hunt down this album. 6 months later i found it. at first i wasn't impressed with even the ever-popular "seether" and decided to stick to eight arms. How wrong I was. This album is fantastic and a must for any record collection. the themes are all completely original, yet deeply moving. for example, Wolf is a song about Louise Post's cat, the late Wolfgang. All Hail Me is Louise Post experimenting as a murderer, and Victrola is Louise's love song to her stereo. Even stranger is Nina's song "Number One Blind" about a blind company, and "Forsythia" which contains the line "a spidermonkey is a good lie, i don't know why". Other highlights include the gorgeous "Celebrate You", "Spiderman '79", "Twinstar" and of course, the one and only "Seether".