"Letter from a Thief" is the second single from Chevelle’s album, Sci-Fi Crimes. It was released on December 7, 2009. Chevelle originally debuted this track on April 9, 2009 at a concert in Atlanta.  Frontman Pete Loeffler said the song is about a personal experience for the band when their gear was stolen in Dallas, and his prized red PRS guitar seen in the video for "Send the Pain Below" was stolen, along with the rest of the band’s gear, and returned by a man in California who returned the guitar to PRS after learning it was Loeffler’s.
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" "Unsung" is a single by alternative metal band Helmet from their 1992 album, Meantime. It is the album’s fourth track and easily the band’s most well known song. A music video was produced for "Unsung" and found significant airplay on MTV in the early 1990s. The song’s popularity has had it featured in many successful video games including Guitar Hero, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, Madden 10, True Crime: New York City and Saints Row 2.
"Unsung" is recorded in Dropped D tuning and begins with a bass guitar solo. Its stop-and-go dynamics and catchy rhythm made it somewhat of a flagship of the growing ’90s alternative metal scene. It was also reportedly influential to Pantera’s similar song "Rise"; however, both songs were released in very close proximity.
The song has been covered by The Wildhearts on their new album of covers, Stop Us If You’ve Heard This One Before, Vol 1." - wikipedia
"Jars" is the first single from Chevelle’s fifth studio album Sci-Fi Crimes. It was released to radio stations on June 23, 2009 and also as a digital download on Chevelle’s website. It was chosen out of two other songs, "Letter From a Thief" and "Sleep Apnea", to be the first single from the album.. Drummer Sam Loeffler told 99.3 The Fox that this song’s subject matter reflects the quirky themes of Sci-Fi Crimes. He explained that the song is, "a kind of a play on words. It’s saving the environment. It’s a joke about saving the environment and it’s about literally taking the earth, and putting it into jars to save it for later. It’s very tongue in cheek."