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Most classic rock fans should be pretty familiar with the tunes featured here on this album of covers, but new fans are in for some surprises. The alt-metal band takes a scaled back approach here, preferring to remain true to the songs’ original style and intent rather than goosing them up with a metal overlay. So, the Rolling Stones’ “Gimme Shelter” keeps its original anthem power. Neil Young’s “Old Man” is given just a jolt of electricity. AC/DC’s “T.N.T.” only adds a vague hard-rock boogie to the power-chord madness. Led Zeppelin’s reggae “D’yer Mak’er” is done with authority. Billy Squier’s “Everybody Wants You” is reborn with extra sass in the vocal. Singer Wesley Scantlin handles himself well. He can be Steve Miller for “The Joker” or Paul Rodgers of Free for “All Right Now.” The Beatles’ “With a Little Help From My Friends” is done like the Joe Cocker version. J.J. Cale’s “Cocaine” is given a hard-rock treatment a few steps heavier than the infamous Eric Clapton cover.

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You know whats better than this? The original artists.


in their right minds let this band anywhere near Led Zeppelin? It should be illegal for something this awful to exist.


Love puddle of mudd but they should just stick to doing original songs. This is just bad. Best song is probably Everybody Wants You


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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