"Broken" is a song by post-grunge/alternative metal South-African band Seether featuring American singer Amy Lee. It was recorded with Amy Lee, a then girlfriend of Seether vocalist Shaun Morgan, for Disclaimer II in March 2004. This version includes electric guitar and violins. While reviewing Disclaimer, Jason D. Taylor of the website Allmusic noted, "The album closes with the one successful laid-back song: 'Broken' is mellow yet confident, as vocalist Shaun Morgan finds the courage to open himself up without releasing a scream every few seconds." Show Broken piano sheet
Seether is a South African post-grunge/alternative metal band founded in the year 2002 in Pretoria. They are currently working for Wind-up Records and Musketeer Records. Disclaimer is their original album and major label debut. They gained mainstream popularity in 2004 with the single "Broken", which peaked at No. 20 on the Billboard Hot 100.
Seether are heavily influenced by American grunge groups such as Nirvana and Alice in Chains. Allmusic's Stephen Thomas Erlewine wrote "Seether's lead singer/songwriter, Shaun Morgan, is an unabashed, unapologetic worshiper of Kurt Cobain, using Nirvana's sound as a template for Seether". Seether have also been influenced by Deftones and Nine Inch Nails. More piano sheets by Seether
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