Originally released back in 1997 as “Kill, I Oughtta,” Mudvayne’s debut was re-released in 2001 as “The Beginning Of All Things To End” (which cleverly connects with the title of their 2002 album) with a few extras tacked on the end. Some of Mudvayne’s best work is on here. “Seed” is an amazing song. Amazing chorus, basslines to die for, sweet lead and catchy riffs. “Cultivate,” “Some Assembly Required,” and “I.D.I.O.T.” are also great songs. “Fear” has a weird chorus, but great lead guitar solo. The live songs are average at best, and same-sounding, but still good. The remixes themselves are actually quite impressive. Both are done by Rhys Fulber (Front Line Assembly, Fear Factory).