Quickly Progressing, Seed writing more and more songs and having more and more gigs, recorded another CD, This'll put a smile on your face. This consisted of 6 tracks. Again this gave the boys good reviews in NME and Melody Maker, record label Interest was from Independiente and Infectious records. Ian was a great manager and indeed, with no experience before hand, he too0k the lads through and all the things that are in this biography, were achieved by Ian. Not just Ian is part of the support. All the parents are incredibly dedicated to the band and bought all the boys' equipment. David Robinson, Tom's dad, was the 'sound man' at the beginning and used to control the PA at gigs held by our selves at schools or pubs, these progressed to Arranged gigs and a sound engineer is available there.
The main CD was recorded in Jan 2002 and gained record label interest from Visible Noise (Home of Lost Prophets + Kill ii This), and Indeed a trip to London to meet with the Manager of Virgin records was needed. Steve Lamacq played the song 'Bad Situation' on the evening session, and later in the year, Seed travelled down to London to record two songs live at BBC Maida Vale Studios and had an interview with Steve Lamacq, who was + still is very impressed with the CD. A gig at Subterania club at Subverse session, which is held by Visible Noise, was played by Seed and supported 'Vacant Stare'. Indeed Seed went down well in London and Julie Weir, head of Visible Noise, was extremely impressed. Another gig in London was Performed and also went down well. In late July, A gig at Thorne Fare was played and indeed was a surprise when a man from uglyman records was in us. He later explained to Ian that he saw Seed the year before and had been keeping a close eye on them and watching the progress. Seed hope to get signed and the future us looking good for that.