Cold has done it again. They never dissapoint. The songwriting is real mature and a great step up from 13 or Cold. This is possibly one of the two best cd’s for 2003 (The other one being Staind’s 14 Shades of Grey). Here is a rundown of the tracks.1. Remedy- Great cd opener. A little weak in the middle but overall a worthy opener. 9.9/10.2. Suffocate- One of the best songs on the cd. The girl singing only adds to the song and not detracts like one reviewer thinks. 10/10.3. Cure My Tragedy (A Letter To God)- Beautiful guitars and Scooter is top notch on the singing. 10/10.4. Stupid Girl- Their first single and not a bad one at that. Usually when groups release their first single, it is [crummy]. Not with Cold. Every track could be a single but it is great that this song is the first. 10/10.5. Don’t Belong- The song that most relates to my life so i take pride in this song. Everything about it is excellent. 10/10.6. Wasted Years- Great song with great lyrics. 9.5/10.7. Whatever You Became- Another hit. You can’t go wrong with this song. 10/10.8. Sad Happy- Possible the best song on this cd. Very emotional and you can totally relate, no matter what. 100/109. Rain Song- Good Guitars and drums. The lyrics are great. Really pulls on the emotions. I love this type of music from Cold. 100/10.10. The Day Seattle Died- The memories of Kurt Cobain and Layne Stanley will live on in the hearts of each and every music fan. Cold did possibly the BEST tribute of all time to two of the greatest, most talented signers of all time. 100/10.11. Change The World- Good song. ‘Nuff said. 10/1012. Black Sunday- Same here. ‘Nuff said. 10/10.13. Kill The … Music Industry/Gone Away- The main song is ok but what is great about it is 18 minutes into the song and that is Gone Away. Truly Magic. 100/10.Cold is possibly one of the two best rock groups out there today (Staind being the other group). Scooter is a inspiration to songwriters everywhere especially me. Keep up the good work guys.