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|Single by Seether|
|from the album Karma and Effect|
|B-side||"Let Me Go"|
|Released||11 April 2005|
|Format||12", Compact Disc|
|Recorded||October 2004 - January 2005|
|Seether singles chronology|
"Remedy" is a song by South African rock band Seether. It is the second track on their album Karma and Effect, and became their first single to hit the top spot on the Billboard Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks chart, dropping and regaining the spot for a total of 8 weeks at #1.
The music video, directed by Dean Karr, features the band playing on the deck of a ship that appears to have run aground with fans who were selected via a contest on the band's website to appear in the shallow water below. Interspersed are shots of singer Shaun Morgan dressed up as an evil carnival barker taking a group of people on "the world's most terrifying ride". At the end of the video the guys, who sat into a boat, swim from a tunnel transformed to skeletons.
It is a playable song in the video game Guitar Hero On Tour: Decades.
It was released as a downloadable song in the Rock Band Network on March 18, 2010.
The song also appeared in the racing game Test Drive Unlimited.
|2.||"Let Me Go"||3:24|
|3.||"Remedy" (Live Acoustic)||4:22|
|4.||"Remedy" (Music video)||3:27|
|Australian Singles Chart||42|
|US Billboard Hot 100||70|
|US Active Rock||1|
|US Mainstream Rock Songs (Billboard)||1|
|US Modern Rock Tracks (Billboard)||5|
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