By Eric | December 23, 2013 1:00 am
Title: The Beginning of All Things to End
Label: Epic / No Name
Released: Nov 20, 2001
Packaging: Jewel Case
Release Type: Standard
#Some Assembly Required
#Dig (Future Evolution Remix)
#Dig (Everything And Nothing Remix)
Mudvayne was one of those bands where I unfairly judged them due to their fanbase. As in, all the fat ugly nu-metal idiot kids always had Mudvayne shirts on, so they couldn�t be that good, right’ Well, actually, going back and downloading all their stuff, yeah, they kinda are. LD50 takes the cake, but this release here was actually the demo (called Kill, I Oughta) that got them signed. The band re-released it once LD50 blew up to make a couple extra bucks while not having their fans getting ripped off trying to track down the elusive original copies. The songs are quite rough, and not nearly as refined, but you can hear the roots. Also tacked onto the end are two remixes of Dig, and then all of the interludes from LD50 put together in one 17 minute track called, fittingly, LD50.
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