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Year Of The Spider [Limited Edition w/ Bonus DVD] (Clean)
Year Of The Spider [Limited Edition w/ Bonus DVD] (Clean)
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock, Metal
  •  Track Listings (13) - Disc #1

Limited Edition also contains a bonus DVD approximately one half hour in duration that contains the video for "Stupid Girl" as well as footage from the recording of the album and the making of the video.


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All Artists: Cold
Title: Year Of The Spider [Limited Edition w/ Bonus DVD] (Clean)
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Interscope Records
Release Date: 5/13/2003
Album Type: Clean, Limited Edition
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock, Metal
Styles: American Alternative, Alternative Metal
Number of Discs: 2
SwapaCD Credits: 2
Other Editions: Year of the Spider, Year of the Spider [Limited Edition w/ Bonus DVD]
UPCs: 602498001028, 606949364120


Album Description
Limited Edition also contains a bonus DVD approximately one half hour in duration that contains the video for "Stupid Girl" as well as footage from the recording of the album and the making of the video.

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The best CD ever, by the best band ever!
Sion | Cincinnati, OH | 05/14/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Track by track, here we go.1. Remedy - Really explosive opening track. Beautiful guitars, beautiful bass, beautiful voices. Not my all time fav, but a great song. Really catchy too. 9.5/102. Suffocate - My least favorite song on the album. There is a girl singing after scoother sings and it kinda ruins it for me. This song isn't bad, just not my favorite. 9/103. Cure my Tragedy (A Letter to God) - A great song. Its quiet in the beginning, but then it somewhat explodes into a beautiful chorus. Scooter's vocals are great on this song. I also love the guitar part near the end where he goes on the small strings. 10/104. Stupid Girl - The first single from the album. Co-written by one of my main guys Rivers Cuomo of Weezer. This song is addictive, and is easy to see why its the first single. 10/105. Don't Belong - I really like this song. I really like the chorus of this song. I like the message behind this song. Listen to and and you'll know what I mean. 9.5/106. Wasted Years - A very sad song, but a good example of what Cold is. One of the best on the album. 10/107. Whatever you became - Not my favorite. Has a neat ending though. 9/108. Sad Happy - One of my 3 favorites. I really like the guitar riffs and Scooter's vocals on this one. The chorus is really strong, lyrically and musically. 11/109. Rain Song - One of my 3 favorites. I am addicted to the chorus of this song. Scooter has a real talent when it comes to singing and songwriting. This song sounds sad, and honestly, the song sounds like it is raining. A really powerful song. Scooter said he was motivated to write this when he remembered that three of his friends had died in a house fire, and it rained shortly after the fire. 11/1010. The Day Seattle Died - This song is a tribut Kurt Cobain. This song is pretty cool. There is some heavy bass action during the song. It sounds pretty cool. The guitars sound kinda funky though. Then they tear ... atthe chorus, as usual ^.^ 9.5/1011. Change the World - I am addicted to the beginning of this song. Sam tears it up on the drums and there is a haunting "OOOoooOOOOOOooooo" and it sounds really neat. I like the guitar riffs on the rest of the song. Also strong lyrically. 9.5/1012. Black Sunday - Acoustic and electric guitar teamed up to create this beauty. I don't listen to this song much, usually because I skip to the next song... 9/1013a. Kill the Music Industry - The heaviest song on the CD. A headbanger's song. The gutars and bass rip it up as Sam lays down the beats and Scoot screams "Kill the ...Music Industry!" A really pumped song, but Fast Forward to listen to.. 9.5/1013b. Gone Away [Hidden Track] - My all-time favorite Cold song. I love everything about this song. The guitar, the vocals, everything. This song is really emotional, and I love it. I also love the guitar solo, done in the video on Kelly's Spider Guitar. The best Cold song ever. 100/10This is one of my all-time favorite CDs, by one of my all-time favorite bands, Cold. I bought this the day it came out. May 13, 2003. Buy it today!"
Their best to date.
Andrew Estes | Maine | 05/22/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Cold are a band that have been bubbling under the mainstream for the longest time now. They are well-known for their modern-rock radio hits like "No One," "Bleed/Thirteen" and "Gone Away," but have yet to reach their true peak. With 'Year Of The Spider,' Cold come through, both commercially and creatively. With a sound that is accessible, yet unique, Cold are definitely one of the few modern-rock bands that will be around, long after their biggest hits have been played out. "Stupid Girl," the first single, co-written by Weezer frontman Rivers Cuomo, is a nice change of pace for the band. Not only is it catchy, but it is one of the few relatively bright spots on the album. Other songs like "Remedy" and "Suffocate" are some nice, heavy additions to Cold's catalogue, and will no doubt fare well as singles themselves. However, what I have discovered with this CD is that the further you go into it, the more emotional and thoughtful it gets. "Sad Happy" is sort of a revenge song about a fan who was raped by her dad constantly; "Rain Song" is about a close-friend committing suicide. There is also more of a religious theme flowing through this album than in previous releases, mainly evidenced by the track "Cure My Tragedy." This album is dark, personal, honest, passionate and everything in between. Cold have yet to put out a bad album. Everything they do is 100% quality, and as a longtime fan, I am happy to see they are finally getting the recognition they deserve. The limited edition comes with a satisfying DVD, which contains the music video & making of the music video for "Stupid Girl," several live performances (a few acoustic), interviews with all the band members, making of the album and more. Definitely a worthy purchase for any Cold fan. As for the album itself, everyone will love it. Cold fans, old and new, can all appreciate it. Kudos to Cold for putting out something inspiring and thoughtful, all the while managing to be successful."