Mudvayne - L.D. 50


8.1 | 183 votes |
Release date: 2000
Style: Nu metal, Alternative metal

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01. Monolith
02. Dig
03. Internal Primates Forever
04. -1
05. Death Blooms
06. Golden Ratio
07. Cradle
08. Nothing To Gein
09. Mutatis Mutandis
10. Everything And Nothing
11. Severed
12. Recombinant Resurgence
13. Prod
14. Pharmaecopia
15. Under My Skin
16. (K)now F(orever)
17. Lethal Dosage

Staff review by
Herzebeth
Rating:
8.0
Nu-Metal arrived with ferocious anger back in the 90's or something, crappy bands such as Slipknot, Mushroomhead, Limp Biskit , and a long etc. drowned the metal scene with their idiotic songwriting, their dull execution and with the worst image a metal band can have (f.e. stupid dinosaur masks, ridiculous body paint, etc.) that's more o less why metal-heads fucking hate this genre. Well I said all this for one reason, I want to say that I don't fucking hate Nu-Metal because I've found a couple of bands with decent music, and right now I'll talk about one of them.

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published 22.04.2006 | Comments (11)

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20.02.2010 - 21:29
Rating: 10
MichaelMyers64
Mudvayne is my favorite nu-metal band, way better than Slipknot, Mushroomhead, etc..
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"This is my world, and I see what you don't~Forever, wanting more~Life breathes from our soul"
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09.05.2013 - 01:28
Rating: 9
svartberger
Oh no! Another nu-metal band! Great, moving on... But wait, if you actually listen to this album you will be surprised the amount of progressive elements and the incredible ambient the bass gives to the songs. I really recomend for those we really think nu-metal didn't bring anything "new" to metal. If you're really into progressive/ math/ exprimental stuff, this will be a great adiction to your library. To bad the band didn't think the same after this...
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25.04.2014 - 18:04
Rating: 8
Alex F
I love the bassist

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25.04.2014 - 18:08
!J.O.O.E.!
Defunct
Written by Alex F on 25.04.2014 at 18:04

I love the bassist

I think at one point that was the heaviest song I'd ever heard.
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25.04.2014 - 18:10
Rating: 8
Alex F
Written by !J.O.O.E.! on 25.04.2014 at 18:08

I think at one point that was the heaviest song I'd ever heard.

The production on the whole album is simply phenomenal. Bass through the roof, without losing a rounded feel. The guitars are much more rhythm oriented than normal, which just adds more layers of heaviness. Really fucking good album
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