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The Beginning of All Things to End Explicit Lyrics, Extra tracks


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  • Audio CD (20 May 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics, Extra tracks
  • Label: Epic
  • ASIN: B000063KFS
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 239,182 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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3. Cultivate
4. Some Assembly Required
5. I.D.I.O.T.
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7. Coal
8. Fear
9. Dig (Future Evolution Remix)
10. Dig (Everything And Nothing Remix)
11. L.D. 50

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 5 Nov 2001
Format: Audio CD
Finally Mudvayne are re-releasing their debut album 'Kill I Oughta', with the added bonus of 3 extra tracks, and under a different name.
If you like LD50, you won't be disappointed with the 8 songs that constitute 'Kill I Oughta'. These 8 songs stick to Mudvaynes unique formula of angry vocals changing tempo to melodic harmonies against a backdrop of brutal riffs and a strong bass line.
The album is more raw compared to LD50, but has the same intensity, brutality, passion and intelligence that is so representative of Mudvayne. Kud's vocals are versatile and clear, and the musical talent of all 4 band members comes through in tracks such as 'Some Assembly Required' and 'Cultivate'. Mudvayne state their reasons for re-releasing the album under a different name and with extra tracks as being a measure of letting the album have it's own personality but to give the fans exactly what they wanted as well as to give them value for money. And for any true mudvaynian this album will certainly be well worth the wait.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Matt on 20 Sep 2002
Format: Audio CD
For people that don't know, this is a re-release of the origional demo that Mudvayne made called 'Kill, I Oughta'. It states on the packaging that it has been unaltered and the reason for it being re-released is 'an effort byt Mudvayne to protect our fans from being taken advantage of in the future... either on the internet or by bootleggers'. It goes into more detail but you can get the jist of it from that quote.
As for the music, it's easy to tell that it's Mudvayne but the general sound is a lot more rough than the L.D. 50 album although I guess this is to be expected from a demo. The songs still have those heavy guitar riffs and the vocals are equally good when he's singing, shouting or even growling like on the track 'Cultivate'. Basicly, if you enjoy L.D.50 then there's no reason why you shouldn't enjoy the songs here too.
The 'Dig' remixes obviously weren't on the origional demo,I suppose they are like bonus tracks. I don't usually like remixes but the 'Everything and Nothing remix' is actually quite good, it dosn't change the song too much but still makes it sound different. The 'Future Evolution remix' is a bit more dancey although it still uses the guitar riffs and vocals in places. The track L.D.50 is all the interludes from the album rolled into one 17 minute track, I must admit I usually skip it on my CD player but it's still worth a listen.
I think you need to own L.D.50 to really appreciate this CD, but Mudvayne fans will most likely enjoy it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By disturbed_spreadthesickness@hotmail.com on 22 Dec 2001
Format: Audio CD
You may be unsure if this demo album will be as good as LD50 with its complex structures, vocals that fluctuate between powerful screams and innovative melodic lines, unique and godly drumming, addictive guitar work and distinctive bass riffs. Mudvayne have however said that this re-released demo album doesnt reflect the present and generally suggests that it may not be as good as LD50. Having said this the truth is in the listening and they are just as impressive as in LD50. Although there are just 8 tracks, they all boast the musical abilities of the band and are very good songs to listen to. This is one of my favourite cd's and to answer if it is as good as LD50 ..oh yes!! So, if u love mudvayne you'll buy it anyway, if you like mudvayne you have to own this cd!! And if you are a newcomer to this band, then your probably advised to start with LD50 as it has more songs containing stand out tracks like dig and death blooms amoung others. The only thing that is slightly disapointing and confusing is two remixed tracks of dig in the form of dance music!!! so if your buying this cd for these dont!! This is by no way enough to lose a star over though ..its a very impressive album.
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