Do What You Do

Album: The New Game (2008)


  • This song, about the end of a disintegrating relationship, is only Mudvayne's second song to include a guitar solo. Their previous tune to do so was "Fear," from the Illinois combo's 2001 album The Beginning of All Things to End.

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  • Eugene from Minneapolis, MnI really cannot stand Mudvayne which my first rule of thumb. I saw that it was the most played song on rock radio for the week of 2-13-08. Thus, I wanted to see what all the hype was about. I have to say this is a pretty darn awesome song with a hand full of energy!
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