11 Songs, 43 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.
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Ratings and Reviews

4.2 out of 5
83 Ratings

83 Ratings

JB from MO ,

Another Great Mudvayne Album

This is absolutely Mudvayne. Occassionally artists (for lack of a better term) desire to step out and try something new. In Mudvayne's case it was trying a more rock like sound with acoustic guitars and solos. As fans we may sit back and question these decisions, but we must realize it was the band's choice to step out and try something new that drew us to them in the first place.

This album departs from slightly from Lost and Found, a lot from The End of All Things to Come and even more from LD 50. If you start at LD 50 you can hear a maturity through all of their music as they grow as a band.

This album is top notch though and is very deserving of 5 stars. Great job boys!

CheeseDoddles ,

Mudvayne is back

Mudvayne's new sound is amazing and the sounds show a lot of emotion and rage and thats what makes mudvayne an awesome band and they will be for a long time. So buy this album cause its worth the money and you will love the album

Waster4Life ,

i love it

this is deffently mudvayne. they have there soft songs that are amazing like never enough and scarlet letteres...and they have there in your F**** face songs like fish out of water, do what you do, a new game, we the people, and same ol...and they have some personal songs in there like a cinderella story. all around this cd is worth the buy. if you like LD.50 EOATTC and Lost and Found than you will love this. it seems like it is a mixture of all the cds in one.

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