• Record Label: Sony
  • Release Date: Apr 12, 2005
User Score
7.2

Generally favorable reviews- based on 62 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 44 out of 62
  2. Negative: 12 out of 62

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  1. JasonH
    May 2, 2005
    6
    The album starts out fairly well but the longer you listen to it the more monotonous it gets
  2. AnthonyL
    Apr 1, 2006
    5
    Sadly, I love Mudvayne, but this is what happens when they get on a major label that tells them they need radio play. What I mean is they alienate everyone. Thier old fans (like myself) feel very disappointed by lyrics and chords that all sound like they were made in about an hour in a studio with the sole propose of trying to get radio play, and new fans really can't jump on because Sadly, I love Mudvayne, but this is what happens when they get on a major label that tells them they need radio play. What I mean is they alienate everyone. Thier old fans (like myself) feel very disappointed by lyrics and chords that all sound like they were made in about an hour in a studio with the sole propose of trying to get radio play, and new fans really can't jump on because their seen as too "metal" for most people. I am NOT dissing slower more musical songs by metal bands, I loved some of their content on the End of All Things to Come album and respect a band that can change its tone, and that would have been great if they did it wholeheartedly for themselves. What they have given us now though just SOUNDS like a copout to get on the "mainstream" and get radio play, the lyrics sound like they came up with them an hour before recording. Expand
  3. Mithyus
    Apr 5, 2007
    6
    Lost and Found doesn't deliver, just like Mudvayne--but they try hard, gotta give them that.
  4. unnambleparker
    Dec 14, 2005
    6
    i have read some of the comments and one in particular said "this is the real mudvayne" how can you say that? go back to kill iounghto and ld.50, the end of all things to come, we see the anger and the sensble facts of life, deep lyrics and amazing bass tunes, then comes lost n found ha it aint so bad pulling the string is good imn there the 2 songs that are the ones to lisen, chad i have read some of the comments and one in particular said "this is the real mudvayne" how can you say that? go back to kill iounghto and ld.50, the end of all things to come, we see the anger and the sensble facts of life, deep lyrics and amazing bass tunes, then comes lost n found ha it aint so bad pulling the string is good imn there the 2 songs that are the ones to lisen, chad (voclist) cant scream anymore but he proves he can still sing very well. look at it this way... emo scene we have the 3 first amazing albums then lost and found, tv raidio happy? songs like that are in the emo geune and in 2 years even they will be rememberd as a fad witch is really sad to say the shear tallant of this band there capebble of more a lot more, i wuld love to see another math/nu metal album so they clear this so hundreds of thousand real! fans will beable to sleep at night. foget about the emo fans they dint get you where you are guys Expand
  5. GeeHoneyBee
    Feb 19, 2008
    6
    After Mudvayne's last 2 major releases, I was anticipating this album a lot but it let me down. It's better to listen to the songs individually rather than as an album. It really starts sounding the same.
Metascore
46

Mixed or average reviews - based on 6 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 1 out of 6
  2. Negative: 1 out of 6
  1. Ultimately Mudvayne gets lost between thrash and diluted Slipknot devotion.
  2. The album is, while not terrible, not very memorable, either.
  3. Entertainment Weekly
    83
    Weaving crystallized melodies into their signature rage clusters, the metalheads dip a toe in clearer waters without losing any of the grime. [29 Apr 2005, p.147]