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Puddle of Mudd
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Puddle of Mudd
Scantlin performing in Seattle 2008
|Origin||Kansas City, Missouri, U.S.|
Puddle of Mudd is an American rock band formed in Kansas City, MO in 1991. To date, the band has sold over seven million albums and has had a string of No. 1 mainstream rock singles in the United States. Their major-label debut Come Clean has sold over five million copies. They have released an extended play, an independent album and five studio albums, with their latest being Welcome to Galvania in September 2019.
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