Mudvayne: Lost and Found

SKU: 29020270
Mudvayne: Lost and Found

Mudvayne: Lost and Found

SKU: 29020270

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: Lost and Found
Artist: Mudvayne
Label: Srcvinyl
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 738759761193
Genre: Rock

To celebrate the 10th anniversary of Mudvayne's 'Lost and Found' SRC vinyl are releasing it on vinyl for the first time ever! Lost and Found is the third full-length album by the American band Mudvayne originally released April 12, 2005. Lost and Found was described as a hard rock album by Consequence of Sound. It includes elements of thrash metal. The song 'Determined' (originally titled 'Fucking Determined') utilizes elements of modern thrash and hardcore punk, while the song IMN's lyrics revolve around suicide, a recurring theme in Mudvayne's songs. The track 'Choices' was described by Gray as 'the eight-minute opus'. It is to date the longest Mudvayne song. The band sees the album as a return to the raw sound heard on L.D. 50, with guitarist Greg Tribbett saying in an interview with Rolling Stone magazine 'Instead of being all slick, we're definitely going for a raw sound on this record. The last one was pretty smooth and the first record, L.D. 50, was raw, so we're kind of mixing it up a little bit.' Matt McDonough said he believed the music on the album would reflect a refinement of Mudvayne's complexly structured hard rock balanced against more melody than any previous album. Bassist Ryan Martinie added 'Our goal for the third album is to make music that pleases us because if it makes us happy then the rest will take care of itself.'

1.1 Determined
1.2 Pushing Through
1.3 Happy?
1.4 Imn
1.5 Fall Into Sleep
1.6 Rain. Sun. Gone
2.1 Choices
2.2 Forget to Remember
2.3 TV Radio
2.4 Just
2.5 All That You Are
2.6 Pulling the String
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