Alternative-metal quartet behind the smash hits “Blurry” and “She Hates Me” deliver a set of vitriolic grunge classics
About This Deal
- General admission
Puddle of Mudd
- How They Got Their Name: The band’s first practice space was by a Missouri River levy, which often forced them to walk through puddles of what Missourians call “mudd.”
- Their Breakthrough Album: 2001’s Come Clean spawned three radio hits in “Control,” “Blurry,” and “She Hates Me,” the latter of which was the ASCAP’s most played song of 2002.
Their Success Over the Years: They’ve sold more than seven million albums worldwide and unleashed a stream of No. 1 hits on the Billboard Mainstream Rock chart throughout the 2000s. Lead singer Wes Scantin also made it onto Hit Parader’s Top 100 Heavy Metal Vocalists.
- Accomplishments: over seven million albums sold and a stream of No. 1 hits on the Billboard mainstream charts