Puddle Of Mudd release "Shook Up The World" for 2010 Olympic Soundtrack

A brand new Puddle Of Mudd song titled "Shook Up The World" was recorded for Team USA and the 2010 Winter Olympics.

2010 Winter Olympic Soundtrack

Puddle Of Mudd

The music, which will debut on the opening day of the 2010 Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver, will offer inspirational songs for Team USA, sports and music fans across the country.

The proceeds from tracks purchased during the Olympic Games (Feb 12 to 28) will benefit Team USA!

"Being a part of this collection of great artists in support of Team USA is inspiring. But the greatest reward is knowing that our contribution will help athletes achieve their dreams of Olympic Gold now, and into the future," said Wes Scantlin. "Here's to all Team USA athletes who will shake up the world with their performances at the Winter Games in Vancouver!"

"Shook Up The World" and Puddle of Mudd's recently released album Volume 4: Songs In The Key of Love & Hate are both available now on iTunes!

Visit the bands official site more information and a full list of current tour dates with Shinedown and Skillet!

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