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Puddle Of Mudd will offer fans a covers album, called re:(disc)overed, on August 2. Re:(disc)overed features 11 songs that Puddle of Mudd recorded with producer Bill Appleberry at the Bomb Shelter in Los Angeles, a studio owned by Stone Temple Pilots drummer Eric Kretz. A cover of the Rolling Stones' "Gimme Shelter" will be the first single, and it will be serviced to radio in mid-June. The album also includes renditions of Free's "All Right Now," Bad Company's "Shooting Star," Neil Young's "Old Man," Led Zeppelin's "D'yer M'ker" and Elton John's "Rocket Man." "Since we started we've been non-stop -- make a record, go on tour, then right into rehearsals and the next record, then back on tour," guitarist Paul Phillip told Billboard.com. "We were really burned out, and when we started trying to write again it just wasn't time yet. And we had been doing (AC/DC's) 'TNT' and (the Steve Miller Band's) 'The Joker' and had so much fun with those that one thing led to another and we decided to make a covers record. It was just something fun to do, and we had a blast."