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Posted on Mar 17, 2004 10:02 am
Puddle Of Mudd frontman Wes Scantlin, known most recently for his drunken non-performance in Toledo (read "Puddle Of Mudd Singer Arrested"), says he's writing songs that are making even him cry these days.
In spite of all the attendant glory that comes with being a rock star, Scantlin says there's a down side. I've been going through a little struggling time in my life right now, he says. When I get off the road I'm just sitting in a house trying to figure out how to be normal again, and then when I get back on the road I'm trying to figure out how it is to live on the road again.
He recently wrote a song during a soundcheck called Galvanic, which he says has amazing emotion. I cried when I heard it on the playback, he says.
Puddle Of Mudd is currently finishing up the video for Heel Over Head, which will be released at the end of the month.