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Puddle of Mudd - Re:(Disc)Overed

Reviewer :
Johan Wippsson Format: Album
Release date: 2011-08-26 Year: 2011
Label: Arms Division
Genre: Post Grunge
Producer: Bill Appleberry
Artist discography


PuddleOf Mudd has since their debut "Come Clean" from 2002 been a favorite band with their dirty and edgy rock. And think that they managed to deliver several great albums during the years in which their last "Vol.4 Songs in the Key of Love and Hate" was a pleasant surprise. However, one cannot say the same thing about this cover album "Re:(disc)overed" where the band really slaughters several immortal rock classics. Just don’t want to hear "The Joker", "TNT," "Cocaine" and "All Right Now" again, and definitely in this type of semi-hard blues rock. Senseless is the word!

Can not believe they managed to assemble such a boring material in which 95% of material is songs that has been played 2371 times too many and where Wes and his crew have done nothing to make them a bit more exciting. It is not until the last track, "With A Little Help From My Friend" where it's finally happening something, but then it's already too late and cannot do anything else than warn you for this miserable record even if you’re a big fan like me!

Tracklisting 1. Gimme Shelter
2. Old Man
3. T.N.T.
4. Stop Draggin My Heart Around
5. The Joker
6. Everybody Wants You
7. Rocket Man
8. All Right Now
9. Shooting Star
10. D'yer Mak'er
11. Funk #49


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