Forget to Remember

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"Forget to Remember"
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Single by Mudvayne
from the album Lost and Found and Saw II: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
ReleasedJuly 26, 2005
GenreAlternative metal[1]
Songwriter(s)Chad Gray, Greg Tribbett, Ryan Martinie and Matthew McDonough
Producer(s)Dave Fortman
Mudvayne singles chronology
"Forget to Remember"
"Fall into Sleep"
Alternative Cover
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"Forget to Remember" is the third single and eighth track from Mudvayne's third album Lost and Found. The song was featured in the film Saw II, which helped gain the band considerable mainstream popularity. It was also featured on 2006's Headbanger Ball CD.[2] There is an acoustic version of the song on By the People, for the People.

Music video[edit]

In September 2005, the band met with film director Darren Lynn Bousman, whose film Saw II was in production and would feature this single. Bousman showed them a scene depicting a man cutting his own eye out of his skull to retrieve a key. Gray told Bousman about the conversation at Bob's Big Boy two years earlier, and Bousman revealed that he holds his production meetings at the restaurant, and that Saw II had been based on a screenplay Bousman wrote years earlier.[3] Gray appeared in a small role in the film, and Bousman directed the music video for "Forget to Remember", which featured clips from the film and performance footage shot on one of the film's sets.[3][4]


Chart (2005) Peak
U.S. Billboard Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks[5] 8


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  2. ^ "MTV2 Headbanger's Ball: The Revenge Audio CD". CD Universe. Retrieved 3 January 2013.
  3. ^ a b Harris, Chris (November 2, 2005). "'Saw II' Eye-Plucking Scene: A Fateful Moment For Mudvayne". MTV News. Retrieved 5 October 2011.
  4. ^ Darren Lynn Bousman, Donnie Wahlberg and Beverley Mitchell (2006). Saw II Commentary (DVD). Lionsgate Home Entertainment. Event occurs at 1:29:11– 1:29:13. |access-date= requires |url= (help)
  5. ^ Artist Chart History - Mudvayne - Singles,, Accessed June 11, 2009

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