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Possessing a likable, arena-rock amalgamation of grunge, alternative, and nu metal, Kansas City's Puddle of Mudd are at once emotional and straight-ahead. Indeed, their no-frills lineup puts one in mind of a less uptight Creed. Singer Wesley Reid Scantlin possesses an Eddie Vedder earnestness that on hard-hitting tunes like "Nobody Told Me" takes on a Cobain-like urgency. Ranging from acoustic-based yet lush midtempo rockers such as "Drift and Die" to the gimmicky fun of "She Hates Me" to the edgy Nirvana-esque "Bring Me Down" to the dynamic and direct "Control," the 11-song-strong Come Clean is an assured, accomplished, and varied debut likely to resonate with rock fans of many tastes and temperaments. Katherine Turman
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  • Audio CD (August 28, 2001)
  • Parental Advisory ed. edition
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Flawless / Geffen
  • ASIN: B00005N8Z1
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (353 customer reviews)
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By J. Worden on August 28, 2001
Format: Audio CD
After hearing the catchy single "Control" several times on the radio and on MTV, I decided to give these guys a chance. They sounded similar to Creed or Pearl Jam on their single, both musically and vocally, that may not be a bad thing, just a lack of originality. But I was totally surprised and have to give these guys credit, they have put out a very eclectic album that will appeal to just about anyone. The first song on the album is "Control", which is a good song musically and vocally, but the lyrics seem to contradict themselves. The next song "Drift and Die" starts acoustic but starts to hit harder towards the end, the fifth song "Blurry" is similar, these two are probably my favorites on the album. All around great songs. The third and fourth tracks, "Out of My Head" and "Nobody Told Me" are heavier, with good vocals and lyrics. "Out of My Head" is another of the highlights on the album. On "She Hates Me" they take a lesson from STP and put a poppy song in the album, the lyrics are funny, though. Cool song. "Bring Me Down" is another good, upbeat song, with a lot of guitar, similar to Nirvana. "Never Change" and "Basement" are two heavier songs before the album becomes acoustic again to finish up. "Said" and "P*** It All Away" slow down the album, both are good, but not as good as the earlier acoustic tracks. "Said" is more uptempo with cool bass and drum lines and heavy sections that give the track a little more force. Overall very good album, much better than anything Durst could put out and they are on his label. And to answer my question in my title, these guys are more than Creed-lite, possibly even better than the supergroup themselves. Recommended album for just about anyone, especially fans of Staind, Nirvana, STP, Pearl Jam, etc.
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By A Customer on March 24, 2002
Format: Audio CD
I've heard so many bad cd's lately, and I thought this was going to be another one of those cd's that has 2 or 3 good songs, I had heard She Hates Me, Control, and Blurry on the radio. And most of the cd's today have only a couple good songs...I put Puddle of Mudd in first, waiting for the disappointment. I skipped Control cuz I have already heard it and I wanted to know what the rest of the cd was like. Well then I heard the second track, called Drift & Die. I already started having second thoughts about this cd. I got anxious and skipped to the next song Out of My Head, and was impressed. But then heard #4, Nobody Told Me, and thought here comes the disappointment, cuz I didn't like this song at all, and still don't. So I skipped that song and #5 and 6, Blurry and She Hates Me. Which are good songs if you haven't heard them. Then comes Bring Me Down, which starts off like a Weezer song on the new cd, the way the guitars sound, and then when he starts singing it completely changes that idea, very good song. And then there's #'s 8 and 9, the two best songs on this whole cd! Never Change sounds kinda different from the rest of the cd, but is still very good. And # 9, Basement, is the best, it kinda reminds me of Breed by Nirvana. #10, Said, is also very good. And #11, Piss It All Away, I didn't like very much.
So why I rated this a 4 instead of a 5 is because of #'s 4 and 11. Those are the only songs that I don't like.
1) Control - 9/10 (It gets kinda old if you listen to it too much)
2) Drift & Die - 10/10
3) Out of My Head - 9/10
4) Nobody Told Me - 4/10 (I don't know what it is about this song, but I just don't like it)
5) Blurry - 9/10 (Don't listen to it too much or you'll be skippin' it a lot, just like Control)
6) She Hates Me - 10/10 (Um...
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By A Customer on December 16, 2003
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To start off, there are (so far) 234 reviews of this album, and 62 of them gave this album one star. I read most of these one star reviews, and out of the 62, there were only about 20 that, to me, represented a person who actually listened to the album and didn't like it at all. I can read those reviews and, even though I don't agree with them, I can click the helpful bubble because that review helped me make my decision. Remember people, it says "was this review helpful", not "do you agree with this review". Reviews like "These guys suck cos they copy Nirvana" have no merit cos these people hear the radio songs (I'll get to that later) and make their judgement based on that. So the current 3 star rating probably isn't completely accurate. Well, I listened to the album, and here's my reaction.
On its own, the album is OK. Compared to current rock (Creed post "My Own Prison", Nickelback, etc.) this album probably stands a bit above average. There is no comparison to Nirvana or AIC; those guys pioneered this type of music; they're better artists. POM aren't great artists, but they ARE talented musicians. Big difference there. They do a good job of using the guitar in different ways throughout the entire album. Two of the aforementioned radio songs (Control and She Hates Me) are my absolute least favorite songs on the album, mainly because of the lyrics. Those lyrics don't get too much better throughout the rest of the album, but at least the band members play well off each other. The songs are well put together, though the lack of guitar solos are a bummer as well. Those two aspects (lyrics and no guitar solos) dock this album a star.. actually a star and a half if that were possible.
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