You have this rule:
Mucho + [masculine singular noun] = a lot of / much [masculine singular noun]
Is this rule only valid for uncountable nouns?
All of the examples are uncountable nouns.
Yes, "mucho" is only for uncountable nouns.
For countable nouns you then need the other forms in plural: muchos, muchas
Hay muchas personas en el restaurante.
There are lots of people (persons) in the restaurant.
Tenemos muchos vecinos ruidosos.
We have lots of noisy neighbours.
Here's a lesson for quantitive adjectives including mucho, mucha, muchos, muchas
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