Matthew McDonough

Ultimate Set List: Mudvayne

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Since Mudvayne announced their return after 12 long years, I’ve been on a bit of a Mudvayne kick. It’s been fun to go back and revisit all their albums, especially LD 50 and The End Of All Things To Come. While doing that I found myself thinking what should they play when they take the stage. Thankfully, I have a topic of discussion for just that. What you have here is my ultimate set list for Mudvayne. What would be on yours?

Guideline 1: What line up of the band would it be

Guideline 2: Where would you want to see the show

Guideline 3: maximum 25 songs (In order of how the set should go)

Lineup: Chad Gray, Ryan Martinie, Matthew McDonough, Greg Tribbett

Venue: The Roxy Theatre (Los Angeles, CA)

Setlist:

01) Silenced
02) (K)now F(Orever)
03) Not Falling
04) Death Blooms
05) Pushing Through
06) Mercy, Severity
07) Beautiful And Strange
08) A World So Cold
09) -1
10) Determined
11) Trapped In The Wake Of A Dream
12) The End Of All Things To Come
13) Internal Primates Forever
14) Forget To Remember
15) I Can’t Wait
16) Under My Skin
17) All That You Are
18) Dull Boy
19) Burn The Bridge
20) Heard It All Before

Encore:

21) Severed
22) Nothing To Gein
23) Happy?
24) Dig

Mudvayne Are Back!!!

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It’s been way too long but, now the day has arrived. Mudvayne are officially back! It was announced today that the band would be reuniting for a series of festival shows including, Aftershock, Louder Than Life, Welcome To Rockville and Inkcareration. After 12 years, it’s very refreshing to have them back. I have to say too, I’m glad they are doing this. I couldn’t stand Hellyeah. Mudvayne has always been a live favorite of mine. Hell I even spent my 21st birthday at a Mudvayne concert (with Life Of Agony, American Head Charge, and the awesome Bloodsimple). Their debut album, LD 50 is one hell of an album to this day, 20 years after it’s release. I was also quite fond of the follow up, The End Of All Things To Come. Their 3rd album, Lost and Found is a pretty rocking album with some choice cuts on it like “All That You Are.” The New Game was ok. Their final album, 2009’s self titled was actually a nice sort of return, though it was more a return to Lost and Found than LD 50. Either way with their catalog of songs and intense live shows, this reunion hopefully will be long lasting.


LD 50:

The End Of All Things To Come:

Lost And Found:

The New Game:

Self Titled: