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Puddle of Mudd's story is every struggling musician's dream come true: armed with a fake backstage pass, frontman Wes Scantlin snuck the band's demo to a Limp Bizkit security guy at a show in their native Kansas City, and less than one year later finds his group's debut album the first release on Fred Durst's new label. Thankfully, Come Clean sounds nothing like Limp Bizkit; Puddle of Mudd's aggro-rock sound is similar to every other Alice in Chains- and Tool-influenced band to come along in the past few years. The opening, "Control," milks the loud/quiet formula that Nirvana brought back to life, but adds some interesting stop-time changes during the break, while the acoustic balladry of "Drift & Die" will sound familiar, sounding like something Layne Staley could have written.

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Come Clean

Puddle Of Mudd have been one of my favourite bands since they released Blurry back in 2001 and since then i have not missed out on their albums. Life On Display is a good album but not as good as Come Clean. And their 2007 release Famous, which was very hard to get hold of since no one in the UK sells it, was still not a patch on Come Clean. Come Clean is Puddle of Mudd's greatest album to date. Even at just over £5 you are getting your moneys worth. My rating on Come Clean is 10/10. Control is a great opener to the album and gets you straight into the album with no messing around. Drift and Die is an awesome acoustic track, it is put together perfectly and it definitely deserves a listen. Out Of My Head is a personnal favourite of mine, the song on a whole is a great rock track and is one of the best songs on the album. Nobody Told Me is a awesome epic track and is another favourite of mine. The intro to the song is just great with every instrument starting at the same time, it is a very epic track. A must own if you like Puddle Of Mudd Blurry is the greatest song i have ever heard and is my all time favourite song. It got Puddle Of Mudd in the Top 10 in the Uk back in 2001 and it still is a great track to listen. She Hates Me is another song that Puddle Of Mudd are best known for, it is a brilliant f**k you track. Bring Me Down is a straight up rock song, it is good but not one of the stand out tracks on the album. Never Change is similar to Bring Me Down but it is a better song. Basement is similar to Never Change and Vring Me Down. The drumming intro is done brilliantly. Said is another personnal favourite of mine. The whole song is just great, definitley deserves a listen as well. P**s It All Away, a good song about drinking away your problems with another example of a good drumming beat. Abrasive. i am not a big fan of the song because i think it is the weakest song on the album. I just think that they could of done better with the song. Control, the acoustic version, i didn't think it would be any good with it being a great rock song at the start. When a band does an acoustic version of a heavy epic song it loses its greatness, but it sounds awesome and the song is just as good as the the opener. Top 6 1 - Blurry 2 - Nobody Told Me 3 - She Hates Me 4 - Out Of My Head 5 - Said 6 - Control Song Ratings Control - 9.5/10 Drift & Die - 9.5/10 Out Of My Head - 10/10 Nobody Told Me - 10/10 Blurry - 10/10 She Hates Me - 10/10 Bring Me Down - 8/10 Never Change - 9/10 Basement - 9.5/10 Said - 10/10 P**s It All Away - 8.5/10 Abrasive - 6/10 Control acoustic - 9.5/10


This has to be one of my favourite albums ever. Every song on it is great. The first song I found by Puddle of Mudd was Blurry, and I thought that this was really the only good song that they had. But I began listening to the 30 second previews and I searched for the full songs on YouTube to get a feel of what the rest of their songs sound like, and what I found amazed me. If you like one song off this album, you should like them all, because they are so brilliant. You should check out their others too because they're all very good. My Verdict: Everyone should buy this album.


I could easily listen to this album all the way through, without skipping any of the tracks!


Formed: Kansas City, MO

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

One of the first acts signed to Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst's label, Flawless Records, was the alt-metal quartet Puddle of Mudd -- consisting of Wesley Scantlin (guitar and vocals), Paul Phillips (guitar), Douglas Ardito (bass), and Greg Upchurch (drums). While their songs expectedly contain the rage of such contemporaries as Korn and Rage Against the Machine, Scantlin's voice at times is eerily similar to Nirvana's late, great frontman, Kurt Cobain, containing unmistakable elements of traditional...
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