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Old 05-03-2005, 08:18 AM   #1 (permalink)
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But the new Limp Bizkit album has promise. They were on a steady decline till that last CD in which they dove headlong over the edge of the cliff. But this one seems to have a political bend. And it almost looks like an album. It was new music day on iTunes so I was listening to the samples, with wes back, they might have a shot at getting some first CD fans back. I will say though, that rapping politically makes you compare them to RATM. And the lyrics are decidedly Bizkit, (terrible pain,brain,insane ryhme scheme) but if you hear it or buy it, let us all know how it comes out.
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Old 05-03-2005, 10:20 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I accidently saw the video for "Eat You Alive". nice to know he gave up rapping. still not very good. in fact not very good is giving him too much credit...
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Old 05-03-2005, 01:04 PM   #3 (permalink)
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They suck.
Significant other is a fun album for parties though!lol
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I highly doubt I will ever listen to it, but if its ever brought up, Ill keep what you said in mind.
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I highly doubt I will ever listen to it, but if its ever brought up, Ill keep what you said in mind.
Yeah thanks for staying on focus. It seems to be completly politically motivated. There is a fascist skeleton dictator giveing a salute to a fascist skeletial army on the cover. its called the unquestionable truth, and every track is something like:
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Unfortunatly Durst raps, but Borland might have taken them helm and steered them back into logical waters, rather than the atrocity of the last album. Its worth a look.

I am in now way condoning buying this album
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they aren't so bad I love the song that Fred Durst does with KORN "all in the family" funnyist song I ever heard. shwooo.
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they aren't so bad I love the song that Fred Durst does with KORN "all in the family" funnyist song I ever heard. shwooo.
I'll second that
I'm not a huge fan of Limp B but the new albums not bad (im not saying its good either but its a def improvement to the one before!) Its damn short tho
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