Re:(disc)overed by Puddle of Mudd

Puddle of Mudd - Rediscovered


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Label: Arms Division

Review Type: Short Summary

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I really like the selection of songs on this album. I definitely love “The Joker,” “Everybody Wants You.” and “Cocaine.” I think Puddle of Mudd did a great job covering this selection of songs. “Rocket Man” is also excellent. I mean if you like Puddle of Mudd and any of the original songs listed you will like Mudd’s version. Just keep this in mind a cover of a song is the artist putting their own spin and mood into the lyrics and music the original artist made. It is not to be a copy but more than a copy a color copy quite different then their black and white versions before. (Not saying the songs where dull I was just giving reference.) Go get this album!

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