The Seeds is the debut album by American garage rock band the Seeds. Modern reception of the album is positive, with critics considering the album's similarity to punk rock a decade later. Like many garage rock bands, lead singer Sky Saxon 's vocal style was influenced by the vocals of Rolling Stones front man Mick Jaggerbut have also received comparisons to the vocals of rockabilly acts such as Buddy Holly and Eddie Cochran.
InBig Beat Records re-released the Seeds' debut album as a deluxe edition, with the album in remastered mono form, plus ten new bonus tracks of previously unreleased material. Modern reception of the album has been generally positive. In their review for the double disc re-issue, AllMusic gave the album a positive rating of four stars out of You Cant Be Trusted - The Seeds - Pushin Too Hard/Firstwriting "The Seeds is probably the best album by any of the original American garage bands, without the usual time-filling cover versions and elongated jams, and of course it features the immortal 'Pushin' Too Hard' and the even better 'Can't Seem to Make You Mine', two classics of the Nuggets era.
A brilliantly simple, headlong surge of fuzz-drenched guitar, bubbling organ riffs and Saxon's raw, throat-tearing vocals All tracks are written by Crying - Ariel Pinks Haunted Graffiti - Scared Famous/FF>> Saxonexcept where noted.
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