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  1. Poop Loser (Album Version) [Explicit] 1:22EUR 1,09  Acheter le titre 
  2. Seed (Album Version) [Explicit] 3:27EUR 1,09  Acheter le titre 
  3. Cultivate (Album Version) [Explicit] 4:17EUR 1,09  Acheter le titre 
  4. Some Assembly Required (Album Version) [Explicit] 2:46EUR 1,09  Acheter le titre 
  5. I.D.I.O.T. (Album Version) [Explicit] 3:38EUR 0,69  Acheter le titre 
  6. Central Disposal (Album Version) [Explicit] 3:16EUR 1,09  Acheter le titre 
  7. Coal (Album Version) [Explicit] 5:03EUR 1,09  Acheter le titre 
  8. Fear (Album Version) [Explicit] 4:46EUR 1,09  Acheter le titre 
  9. Dig (Future Evolution Remix) [Explicit] 5:41EUR 1,09  Acheter le titre 
10. Dig (Everything and Nothing Remix) [Explicit] 4:56EUR 1,09  Acheter le titre 
11. L.D. 50 (Album Version) [Explicit]17:15Album uniquement

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Great first album 2 mars 2002
Par Ian Caton - Publié sur
Format: CD
Mudvayne is my favorite group. Not a day goes by when I don't listen to my L.D. 50 cd. But I had no idea that Mudvayne had an old album. When I found out, I immediatley bought it. Originally, I did not think it would be that great... But I was surprised to see that this album rocked. Every song is good. BUT... the reason for 4 stars is that the remixes of Dig blow. But all of the original tracks are awesome, and the L.D. 50 track that is all of the interludes put together in one track, is quite cool. But don't get me wrong. This album is not nearly as good as L.D. 50. I am only saying that it is cool, [inexpensive], and not nearly as bad as everyone says it is. If you are a fan of Mudvayne, then pick it up....
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MuDvAyNe do it again..! 25 janvier 2004
Par Keenan - Publié sur
Format: CD
This album is downright amazing! Raw, heavy and unpredictable! Just listen to Chads scream in "Poop Loser" and you'll be so pumped up for what's about to come! The breakdowns are really kick-@ss and musically Ryan, Matt and Greg are already coming into their own! Chad already attains his signature style of singing and screaming, "Cultivate" will show you... This just proves why Mudvayne is just about the most talented band in the world and not forgetting Tool and A Perfect Circle! This record is like Tools Opiate if you Tool fans know what I mean... I think that Tool and MuDvAyNe are the best bands in the world and if you pay close attention to detail you'll see that there are vast similarities between the two! The remixes are poor though but I don't pay much attention to them! Still no reason to give it a lesser rating and not to get the album, it's MuDvAyNe man! Lyrically this is what we come to expect from this phenomenal band! I absolutely love this album! 3 words: A MUST GET!
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Before Lethal Dosage and The End? 1 avril 2003
Par Un client - Publié sur
Format: CD
This was origianly an EP called Kill I Ouughta but was renamed and a few tracks were added. This is not the Mudvayne that many of us know and love but a much rawer and less technical version of Mudvayne with lyrics a little bit eaisier to understand. Track-by-track review:
Poop Loser-The intro of the album, starts with a baby then moves onto the chant.
Seed-My favorite song on the album, a song primarily about parents getting divorsed.
Some Assembly Required-Second favorite track, much heavier than Seed.
I.D.I.O.T.-Somewhat like "Internal Primates Forever" from L.D.50, not a bad track.
Central Disposal-I actually think this song is live.
Coal(live)-Really cool live song. It would have been cool if it had the recorded version too.
Fear(live)-Again I wished they had th recorded version too, but that's okay because this is a really good song.
Dig Future Evolution Remix-Alright it's really hard to replace Ryan and Matt's instrumental rythm with techno beats.
Dig Everything and Nothing Remix-A little better than Future Evolutionbut still not the same.
L.D.50-This isn't really a new song but all the interludes from L.D.50 all combinied into one song. I'm not a fan of the interludes off L.D.50 but this is actually a tolerable track.
Buy this album if you are a big fan of Mudvayne not if you are just getting into them but this is a pretty good song.
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Good, but not great 15 octobre 2003
Par Shooter McGavin - Publié sur
Format: CD
Much as I love Mudvayne, I was slightly disappointed with this cd. After buying, listening to and loving L.D. 50, when this was released I thought "Ah why not."
There are 3 or 4 good songs on here, notably 'Seed' and 'Cultivate', but these are let down by the pointless remixes of 'Dig' and the over-long, and frankly boring interlude.
The emotions that Kud is trying to express are pretty clear, especially on 'Poop Loser' which on the first couple of listens can be quite disturbing.
It is evident on listening to this that it was self released in it's original state, 'Kill I Oughta', as the production has a raw quality to it. The live tracks show the talent that Mudvayne posess, and it is easy to see how the sound they have here progressed to form the basis for L.D. 50.
The thing this cd has against it is that most people who buy it will have done so AFTER hearing L.D. 50 and will expect more of the same. This is a very different release to L.D 50 and on it's own merit would stand up as a good example of what this band are capable of. However, because L.D. 50 is so good, it leads to high expectations which can cause a slight sense of disappointment. Overall though, despite this, it's a pretty fine cd and worthy of spending your hard - earned dosh on.
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It's Good For What It Is... 31 janvier 2003
Par Nicholas Alla Koholick - Publié sur
Format: CD
Mudvayne released this so thier fans would stop getting ripped off and charged outrageous prices for Kill, I Oughta. They didn't do it for money. In fact, they tried adding extras on so give the fans more bang for their buck.
This album is nothing like the progressive nature of Mudvayne's recent releases. Most of this is in 4/4, and the quality of the recording is missing the gloss, glitz, and glamour. Yet, some of Mudvayne's best work is on here. "Seed" is an amazing song. Amazing chorus, basslines to die for, sweet lead, catchy riffs. Slipknot or KoRn don't have the brains or the talent to write anything close to that song. "Cultivate," "Some Assembly Required," and "I.D.I.O.T." are also great songs. "Fear" has a weird chorus, but great lead guitar solo. The live songs are average at best, and same-sounding, but still good. The techno remixes of "Dig" are cool. They were done by Rhys Fulber, so of course. The first remix is better, in my opinion, because it's more dance-able. I think other songs should have been remixed, but, oh well... The 17-minute interlude track was unnecessary on L.D. 50, and is not needed here.
An excellent debut for a great band out there now. Kud's voice had a raw charm here that is sorely lacking now, although his melodicism has increased ten-fold with The End Of All Things To Come. This disc is just the Beginning...
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