(2005) Lost And Found

Mudvayne

... read moreWhile some of its rap-metal contemporaries deserted the hip-hop half of the equation in favor of concentrating on death metal or neo-grunge, Mudvayne decided to keep the nu-metal torch burning with LOST AND FOUND. A veritable machine of complex rhythmic insanity that would make even Fishbone sit up...

Explicit

53′:22″ 12 Songs

1
Determined
Mudvayne
2:39
2
Pushing Through
Mudvayne
3:28
3
Happy?
Mudvayne
3:37
4
Imn
Mudvayne
5:50
5
Fall Into Sleep
Mudvayne
3:51
6
Rain.Sun.Gone
Mudvayne
4:35
7
Choices
Mudvayne
8:05
8
Forget To Remember
Mudvayne
3:35
9
Tv Radio
Mudvayne
3:26
10
Just
Mudvayne
3:00
11
All That You Are
Mudvayne
6:11
12
Pulling The String
Mudvayne
5:05
Released 12 April 2005, ℗ 2004, 2005 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

Review

While some of its rap-metal contemporaries deserted the hip-hop half of the equation in favor of concentrating on death metal or neo-grunge, Mudvayne decided to keep the nu-metal torch burning with LOST AND FOUND. A veritable machine of complex rhythmic insanity that would make even Fishbone sit up and take notice, Mudvayne comes roaring out of the gate with a set that is as funky as it is heavy. Drummer Matt McDonough and bassist Ryan Martinie play as if they are the same person, tossing off impossibly complex lock-step riffs ("Determined," "Just") like most bands hit an open E chord. On "Happy?" and "Fall into Sleep," singer Chad Gray moves from a throat-shredding rasp to sweet melodicism at the drop of a hat, taking angst-filled lyrics to new heights of dark obsession. Luckily, despite the inherent negativity of Gray's words, the seemingly boundless energy and impressive musicianship of LOST AND FOUND make for an uplifting listening experience.