Nearly three years after Puddle of Mudd‘s cowl of Nirvana‘s “A few Woman” went viral for the way… memorable it was, frontman Wes Scantlin has now brazenly admitted that it was dangerous, and provided an evidence as to why he struggled in the course of the efficiency.
Puddle of Mudd recorded the duvet at SiriusXM studios in January of 2020 for his or her Octane channel, and three months later, it all of a sudden acquired an enormous spike in views. SiriusXM’s video has since been set to Unlisted, however not earlier than the entire rock community reacted to it. YouTubers made movies speaking about it and it was heavily-criticized throughout social media.
Scantlin was requested his opinion of the duvet throughout a latest interview with Songfacts, the place he agreed that it was not considered one of his best moments.
“Oh yeah, you understand what? I used to be acclimating and it was a tiring day, and I had already carried out 5 or 6 songs at one time, and by the point I bought to that one — which I should not even have completed as a result of I can not nail that tune — I used to be a bit of drained. It appeared and gave the impression of complete shit. However reside to combat one other day, dude,” the singer remarked.
Regardless of Scantlin’s turbulent previous, the singer assured he is doing effectively now, and attributes his present state to having gotten “rid of the lurkers” in his life. Puddle of Mudd even have a brand new album underway, which Scantlin confirmed is sort of full.
“The album is mainly completed. It is getting combined and mastered, and sprinkling the ‘Disney magical fairy superior stuff’ on prime of it’s John Kurzweg, who did Come Clear and Life On Show,” the frontman mentioned. “He is making it occur, man. It is unbelievable. It is fantastic to take heed to. I pat myself on the again and provides credit score and like to every individual that collaborated with me on this subsequent document.”
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