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Lost and Found [Explicit]

12 April 2005 | Format: MP3

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  • Original Release Date: 12 April 2005
  • Release Date: 12 April 2005
  • Label: Epic
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  • Total Length: 53:22
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  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • ASIN: B001GTAI4M
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 13,625 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Gentlegiantprog TOP 500 REVIEWER on 22 April 2010
Format: Audio CD
Lost and Found, Mudvayne's third studio album saw the band move further away from the experimental groundwork laid on LD. 50 and towards a more traditional, commercial sound. The album featured the huge single `Happy?' and gained the band a whole new audience.
The album is of an undeniable high quality; with a better production job, more polish, improved singing from Chad and a bunch of well thought out enjoyable songs. It is important to note however that the album did bring about a change in the band's style, with a lot more radio friendly moments, a different and more simplistic approach to song structures and more direct lyrics.
Songs like `IMN,' and `Rain.Sun.Gone,' are perfect examples of what Mudvayne do best, and they now sit alongside cleaner, more commercial songs like `Fall into Sleep,' `TV Radio,' and `Forget To Remember,' which seem aimed at a different audience entirely. Luckily for fans, although the style is different than they had come to expect, for the most part the quality had not declined at all.
Opener `Determined,' is a fantastic song, retaining all the fire and energy that made the band's previous two albums so great, heavy and fast but still very unusual and creative, with particularly impressive drumming. `Just,' is similarly enjoyable and impressive and also captures the style of The End of All Things To Come.
Other highlights include `Pushing Through This,' which is probably the heaviest song on the album, and seems to show off the band's groove metal influence more than any other song in their catalogue, while still retaining their bass pops, awkward riffs and Chad's trademark vocal style.
For older fans, Lost and Found may be initially off putting but repeat listens will reveal more highlights than flaws.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Miss Munster on 12 Oct 2010
Format: Audio CD
I was so excited when i returned home to find an envelope waiting for me , as soon as i opened it and saw it was this album i knew i wouldn't be disappointed .. This album is pure amazing ! From Track 1 ~ 12 It pulls you in, Not one song on this album is bad, If you love Mudvayne buy this album, If you like metal buy this album , Or even if you're after something different, I guarantee you won't be disappointed with this album

I love it ! I love Mudvayne <3 x
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 19 April 2005
Format: Audio CD
Like American Head Charge and Mushroomhead, Mudvayne have always been wrongely tarred with the nu-metal brush. The third real offering from the band, whilst differing from LD.50 & The End of All things to Come, is still recognisably Mudvayne. Gone however, is the math-metal spasticity of the previous albums. This is not to say Mudvayne are now purveyors of a nu-metal sound. It is more of a compromise and hell, even the most uncompromising bands do it, just listen to the Dillinger Escape Plans latest opus! This is not to say that these are not great albums. Lost and Found is a slow burner of a record, but then all great records are. If I wrote this review in two weeks time I would undoubtably give it 5 out of 5. Rolling drums, multi-layer vocals, pumping bass and more guitar effects then you ever thought existed. This is a beautifully crafted record from an immense band who are a credit to modern metal. Give this record a chance. You will learn to love it.
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By Jasper Wong on 12 Oct 2007
Format: Audio CD
To tell the truth, after listening to their the end of things to come album, i was not very impressed. It was some time later, then, that i watched Saw II (which is amazing also) and the song 'forget to remember' popped up at the end of the movie. I was blown away and couldn't believe it! I bought Lost and Found when i first saw it, and i soon realized that 'forget that remember' is still one of the best songs, but songs like 'happy' and 'f*cking determined' are almost on the same level; the latter being a complete, angry, screaming song. Mudvayne have had the same problem with System of a Down, Machine Head, Mushroomhead and put in the 'nu-metal' crowd, when they are clearly not.

Great Album with some songs that will STICK in the back of your mind!
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By Will. B on 6 July 2014
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
When I first heard 'Dig' from Mudvayne's first album I was blown away by the technical musicianship coupled with bold lyrics and complex structures. Though they have toned down the complexity of the structures they still retain the energy and signature sound that makes me love them so. A big knockout opener 'Determined' brings your blood to boiling point and makes you believe you could wrestle a bare, and even though it borders on brutal thrash metal the lyrics show a more positive side to this nu-metal band. The album continues to kick up the pace with anthem 'Happy?' and lesser known gems like 'Fall Into Sleep' and the 8 minute wonder 'Choices'. The only criticism I would have is that the finally few songs get a bit samey and lack the power and interest of the first 3/4's of the album. This album held at least 3 massive songs that Mudvayne use regularly in their concerts and it is safe to say that Lost And Found is another hit for this wonderful band.
Essential Tracks:
Determined
Happy?
Fall Into Sleep
Forgot To Remember
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I agree 100% with what A Customer said this album is great from start to finish a few slow songs but the guy really have done well with must here tracks like fall into sleep and happy? this is different in way to the last 2 albums but equally as good its worth buying.
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