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Volume 4: Songs In the Key of Love & Hate

Puddle of Mudd

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Puddle of Mudd play hard rock that’s clearly still channeling the angst-ridden grunge years of the early ‘90s. The album’s first single, “Spaceship,” “Hooky” and “Pitchin’ a Fit” rattle with a rage that recalls the combustion of Kurt Cobain’s Nirvana with less of Cobain’s sophistication for the elusive riddle, preferring to emphasize the muscular hard rock attack and sinister harmonies of Alice In Chains. “Keep It Together” is the somber ballad that escalates in frustration with the guitars building skyward. Singer Wes Scantlin isn’t much of an existential philosopher. He tows the hard-rock party line, looking for a good time and advocating that his ladies get naked with him. There’s a solid professionalism to the harmonies and attack (“Blood On the Table’). The band also intended to keep the album a more concise and manageable ten tracks, but also wanted to give hardcore fans the chance to hear more by offering an expanded edition with “acoustic” versions of “Spaceship” and “Stoned” among the highlights.

Customer Reviews

Not bad...

This POM's best album but it has some pretty good songs on it. I recomend it to people who like rock and people who like POM. Its a good album:)Buy it:)


This is their best CD EVER!!!!... i love it soo much..u seriously need to buy it

A Decent Effort By Puddle of Mudd, But Not Great

Puddle of Mudd have once again churned out an album sure to please the fans. The title of their latest album pretty much says it all. Although not as musically refreshing as Life on Display or lyrically different as Famous, Volume 4; Songs In the Key of Love & Hate goes for a raunchy, "punk" sound. Puddle of Mudd have the ability to write good and catchy songs, as evidenced by Spaceship, Out Of My Way and Pitchin' A Fit among others. But they seem uninspired, and the lyrics don't offer anything new. Musically, the band nails it. The guitars, drums, bass and vocals are all in place.

Overall, it's a decent effort. I enjoyed listening to it, but it's not 'great' or 'amazing'.


Formed: 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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