Brother Cane's lineup changed shortly before they hit the studio to record this album, and the group's music has certainly changed a bit since their self-titled debut release in 1993. The band's second LP, Seeds, is a slick, heavy recording that dares to oppose '90s punk rock with their own combination of classic '70s rock and '90s grunge. The music and lyrics flow throughout, making it a very likable record. Standouts include "And Fools Shine On" and "Breadmaker."
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AllMusic Review by Barry Weber