Play Dead - MUTEMATH

Play Dead


  • Genre: Alternative
  • Release Date: 2017-09-08
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 10

  • ℗ 2017 Wojtek Records


Title Artist Time
Hit Parade MUTEMATH 5:15 USD 1.29
Pixie Oaks MUTEMATH 4:29 USD 1.29
Stroll On MUTEMATH 3:57 USD 1.29
Break the Fever MUTEMATH 5:33 USD 1.29
Nuisance MUTEMATH 3:22 USD 1.29
Placed On Hold MUTEMATH 5:23 USD 1.29
Everything's New MUTEMATH 6:05 USD 1.29
War MUTEMATH 4:50 USD 1.29
Achilles Heel MUTEMATH 6:38 USD 1.29
Marching To the End MUTEMATH 6:09 USD 1.29


  • More Please. Please?

    By K to the E ven
    Such a shame to have come out with their most brilliant album yet, and then lose the Architect of Rhythm. Whatever it was that caused irreconilialbe differences, I would implore the band as a whole to please reconsider. I've listend to Sucre', she has a beautiful voice, it's just different. I hope this review somehow reaches the band or Darren (my inspiration on the drums) and why I tread through vintage drum shops. My biggest dissappointment; I never got to see MuteMath live. I'll always regret that. To great music and hopefully a near future reunion:)
  • LOVE IT!!!!

    By jagobucks003
    These guys are great. This album reminds me of when they were Earthsuit and they made Kaleidoscope Superior. The sounds are so groovy. Take a listen!!
  • Hands down, the best Mutemath Album yet!

    By namelessguy
    I'll be honest...I wasn't very fond of the last few albums since Armistice. I was starting think that the band had changed it's style too much and that they had nothing more for me. Man, was I wrong. This album has and continues to blow my mind. Well done Mutemath!
  • The album that killed Darren King

    By IronChicken78
    That's the only way I can think of this album. It's good stuff, but at the cost of the most integral member of the band.

    By tina_you_fat_lard
    I recently saw Mutemath live. I just have to say, I don't think I will ever have a better experience at a concert than I did with Mutemath. It was unforgettable. Paul Meany has got to be one of the greatest performers I've ever seen. He gives off such an amazing vibe, It's almost indescribable. He's so passionate about his music, and seeing him live just makes you realize how amazing it is that somebody could create something so complex and beautiful. Truly an unforgettable experience, so thank you Mutemath. And the album: it's perfect, every song is freaking perfect. The greatest of all time.
  • Following bliss

    By LdMandarin
    How. Freaking. Fun. Hit Parade is so fulfilling to longtime fans hearing it live over the years, and was beyond exciting as the first single. Each track is amazing on first listen, then you really dive in with headphones and it gets better and better. Achilles Heel is absolutely one of their best, as well as Placed On Hold. Thank you MuteMath!
  • Sounds mainly like remixed versions of real songs...

    By LgChicken12
    Admittedly, Vitals took some time to grow on me but I don't think Play Dead has the same potential. There is something about how the songs sound that doesn't make them sound original but like remixed versions of something good. There are a few really good songs that break this mold like Placed on Hold and War but the majority leaves me wanting more. King seems to have already checked out as his drumming sounds good but stock for him and almost uninspired. It amazes me that the further they go away from the solid song writing and style of old, the better people somehow think they are. I guess that is just the current trend in music and fandom; the more electronic and less organic the better. I'm not the crotchety old guy who thinks bands should not evolve but their first three efforts are far superior to their recent work. I believe Paul is the only remaining original member now so it's not really Mutemath moving forward anyway.
  • Their best. No doubt.

    By Vibidi
    Beautiful, sonic complete album from start to finish. A must have.
  • It's ok.

    By Holl Socc
    Loved this band for a long time but it has departed from what I loved the most about them, the amazing drums and progressive rock feel. I hear that in only a few songs on this album. The rest is overproduced pop that sounds like they are using a drum machine. Paul, as always, has flawless vocals. Bands change and I understand not every album can sound the same but this one is much different than previous albums. It's Growing on me and the live show in Pittsburgh was amazing as always. They still got it in concert. It'll be interesting to see where they go from here.
  • This album is so freakin' good!

    By RestlessFighter
    First listen and I was in love! Some of their best stuff to date!

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