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Ask Puddle of Mudd frontman Wes Scantlin about the writing and recording of new album Volume 4: Songs in the Key of Love & Hate, and he responds with the same spirit of carefree wanderlust that defines his band: "It's all easy peezy, dude, no big deal at all..."

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  • Audio CD (November 25, 2003)
  • Original Release Date: 2003
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced, Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Geffen Records
  • ASIN: B0000DZDTJ
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (154 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #60,463 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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If you like their single "Away from me" a little then buy the CD! "Away from me" is a good song but the rest are just as good.
Joel L.
Musically they pretty much paid homage to these bands throughout the whole album, and went multi-platinum with their derivative sound.
Forest Law
These guys are great and they have put out a very awesome album for us, take advantage of this opportunity and buy this cd, it rocks!
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Petar Vodogaz on May 13, 2005
Format: Audio CD
This album is not a bad listen. 'Life On Display' reminds me of Staind's album '14 Shades Of Gray'. But then where Fred Durst is concerned, what would one expect? This album is great for it opens its 13 track listing with a gem of a song called 'Away From Me', that easily became a hit. Three other songs for me set this album apart from the nu-rock scene and the offering of albums daily and they were 'Change My Mind', 'Spin You Around' and 'Freak Of The World'.

I cannot for the life of me figure out why this particular album recieved so many bad reviews. Puddle Of Mudd is a highly inventive band that does not sound the same or mundane. And each song has its own particular sound and theme. The lyrics to 12 of the 13 songs, anyone listening can at least find some common ground with the lead singer.

Give Puddle Of Mudd a try....you won't be disappointed.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Sidewayz on May 13, 2006
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This is a great album to own if you enjoy mainstream rock!! You will be listening to every single song over and over until you're spinning around, and going heel over head, lol!!

I can't stand all the Nirvana fans who blast this band. It saddens me that you cannot get over the loss of your favorite artists (which was like what.. 10-15 years ago) and begin to re-recognize great new music when you hear it. Just because it may sound similar to another band, doesn't mean you should hate it. I don't hate Pepsi for tasting similar to Coke.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Aaron L. on March 18, 2004
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"Away From Me" (5/5): The lead single is a really great song.
"Heel Over Head" (4/5): Another solid P.O.M. tune that could have been heard on Come Clean.
"Nothing Left To Lose" (2/5): This song does nothing for me, at all.
"Change My Mind" (3/5): This slow paced song is ok, but nothing more.
"Spin You Around" (3/5): Another average, at best, song.
"Already Gone" (3/5): The trend of decent, but not memorable songs continue here.
"Think" (2/5): THINK again if you play this one, skip to the next song.
"Cloud 9" (5/5): Finally! Wes and company hit us with an awesome song, the best song since the opener.
"Bottom" (3/5): Wes' whining in this song gets pretty tiresome, but the music's good.
"Freak Of The World" (4/5): This track will keep you singing along.
"Sydney" (3/5): Not a bad song, kind of reminds me of "Drift And Die" off of the last record.
"Time Flies" (3/5): Though the song is not a thrilling conclusion, it's not a horrible one.
Puddle Of Mudd's sophmore effort, in my opinion, doesn't quite live up to the last album. Some albums are different because the music's different, but here the music sounds the same as the last album and still doesn't manage a great response.
Rating: Three stars
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Olukayode Balogun on July 30, 2007
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I'm aware they have their critics - some of them really quite vicious - but I actually like Puddle of Mudd. Sure, they are clearly inspired and influenced by Nirvana but so what? Come Clean was one of my top ten buys of 2001, with songs like "control", "drift and die", "she hates me", "p*** it all away" and my all-time favourite tune, "blurry".

So I was really looking forward to this release in 2003 and I bought it as soon as it came out. It isn't as good as "come clean", there's no running away from that fact, but it's still a pretty good selection of songs and I thoroughly enjoy playing it. "Away From Me", "Change My Mind", "Think", "Sydney" and "Time Flies" are my favourite songs on the album though. (I just love the instrumental break ending to "Time Flies"). At least they write and play their own songs (very capably, I might add) and the fact that they manage to carry it off (sounding reminiscent of Nirvana, that is), is worthy of admiration in my mind. True, Kurt Cobain and his cohorts were phenomenally talented and successful but that doesn't make them sacrosanct. As far as I'm concerned, it's no different to Frank McComb sounding awfully like Donnie Hathaway. If Wesley Reid Scantlin and his bunch of dudes can continue as they started, I say more power to them.

A new album, Famous, is due out soon. Personally, I can't wait.
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16 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Forest Law on May 14, 2004
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In this day and age, we don't expect rock and roll bands to reinvent the wheel. As long as they're competent musicians and songwriters and have maybe a trace of originality, I'm content with that. Which brings me to Puddle Of Mudd.
You want to talk about getting a lucky break? Frontman Wes Scantlin approached music industry impresario / reviled Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst with his demo tape, and evidently Durst liked what he heard enough to sign Puddle Of Mudd to his Flawless label. Come Clean came out in 2001, and let's put it this way - if imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, then these guys are clearly enamored with Nirvana and Alice In Chains. Musically they pretty much paid homage to these bands throughout the whole album, and went multi-platinum with their derivative sound.
Now comes their follow-up effort, Life On Display. Sophomore jinx? If you liked Come Clean, absolutely not - this much is true: They aren't fixing what isn't broken, hoping that they'll hit paydirt once again. I suppose you could call them consistent, and that's true to a degree.
But in all of their mimicry of the Seattle-area rockers, they forgot one important element that was great about those bands - the conviction and depth of the songs themselves. Say what you will about those bands, but they addressed song topics that were seldom covered before - they were a breath of fresh air when radio stations were mostly playing hair-metal bands and their songs boasting about partying and their prowess with the ladies.
Puddle Of Mudd's biggest flaw comes to light when you listen to the lyrics - with only a few exceptions ("Spin You Around", "Sydney"), they're all one-dimensional rants about ex-girlfriends that did them wrong.
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