Puddle Of Mudd

How lucky are these guys? The classic story of getting their demo tape to a security guard at a concert. The guy they were counting o­n? Fred Durst of Limp Bizkit. A week later, Fred calls and the rest as they say is history. Equally impressive is their debut single, "Blurry," which is getting massive rotation o­n the airwaves. The first track "Control" is about o­ne of lead singer, Wes Scantlin's rocky relationships. The group gets heavy o­n the guitars right from the very first moment. "Drift & Die" turns the volume down a notch. The group sings about internal struggle with lyrics like "Ignorance spreads lies, how much will money buy. I believe, I believe in the truth from inside." The following tune is entitled "Nobody Told Me" and displays cool guitar riffs. Their chart topper "Blurry" stands out as the best track o­n this album. It has all the elements of a cool pop rock song. Lyrics are thought provoking, " Everything's so blurry and everyone's so fake. Everybody's empty and so messed up." Other noteworthy songs include "Never Change" and "Said." If you like groups like Nickelback, this album will probably be of interest.

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