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Chocolate Starfish And The Hot Dog Flavored Water Explicit Lyrics

3.2 out of 5 stars 1,078 customer reviews

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (Oct. 17 2000)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Universal Music Canada
  • ASIN: B00004XOWM
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars 1,078 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #7,302 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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1. Intro
2. Hot Dog
3. My Generation
4. Full Nelson
5. My Way
6. Rollin' (Air Raid Vehicle)
7. Livin' It Up
8. The One
9. Getcha Groove On
10. Take A Look Around
11. It'll Be Ok
12. Boiler
13. Hold On
14. Rollin' (Urban Assault Vehicle)
15. Outro

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The splicing together of nu metal, rap, funk, and sterile electronica laced with dark melodies as infectious as anything Britney has to offer inspired 6 million people to purchase copies of Limp Bizkit's Significant Other. With Chocolate Starfish, they perfect their formula. From the electro-infused "Intro" through the contagiously chugging "My Generation" to the straight-up rap of "Getcha Groove On," Chocolate Starfish is a slick, clinical, and flawless platform for Fred Durst's effortlessly savage--and occasionally unintentionally comic--sociological rants geared toward disaffected youth. Ultimately, though, it's that undeniably intelligent musical backdrop--the brooding guitar sound that gave the Mission Impossible 2 theme haunting new life and menace, and that defines "Hot Dog," "Full Nelson," "My Way," "Rollin'," "Boiler," and "It'll Be Okay"--that makes this a seething work of genius. The fact is, with rap and rock saying pretty much the same thing, Limp Bizkit have plenty of competition. They just do what they do better than everyone else. --Dan Gennoe

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Format: Audio CD
Everybody hates LB. I probably would too, if I paid attention to the press about them 24/7. However, I don't, because I don't spend my life finding out about other peoples' lives.

This album isn't that bad at all, if you can get past the cheesy Hotdog, which express the joy of the f word. Yeah, you know which word.
The band shows they have talent in songs Take a Look Around, and The One.

I can see what kids mean when LB is a coporate band, and I agree 100%, that's why I docked the rating by 1 star. These bands are, well, go ask someone else, I don't want to waste the review by making a 100 page essay.

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By A Customer on July 11 2004
Format: Audio CD
This is the first album that i had heard from Limp way back in 2002. I liked it then and i still do now. Check out the list of Guest artists/ producers on this one. You have DMX, Xzibit on "Getcha Groove On", Scott Weiland of Stone Temple Pilots on "Hold On" and on co-production. You have Method Man and Red Man from the Wu-Tang fame dropping rhymes on "Rollin' (Urban Assault)" and you have Terry Date and Josh Abraham lining up at the production end. You also find movie star Ben Stiller interviewing Limp Bizkit on the outro, which turns out to be Ben laughing for like 6 minutes straight. This is an awesome follow-up to the style that Limp Bizkit established in their prior effort "Significant Other". Wes Borland the guitarist is one of the best and he's certainly on a roll on this record. The lyrics sound repetative but Fred Durst is either simply brilliant like on "The One" and "Hold On" or just plain stupid like on "Hot Dog". The Rhythm development from Drummer John Otto and Bassist Sam Rivers is brilliant all around especially significant on songs like "Hold On", "The One", "Boiler", "Take a Look Around" and others. DJ Lethal is awesome with sampling rather than scratching on most of the album. The all-song review:
01 Intro -- not so impressive.
02 Hot Dog -- Heavy and low on lyrical content.
03 My Generation -- Only impressive point is the Bridge build-up.
04 Full Nelson -- Kinda Heavy.
05 My Way -- Nice Guitarwork and Sampling only.
06 Rollin' (Air Raid) -- The Original bouncy track.
07 Livin' It Up -- Bad lyrical content, good basslines.
08 The One -- The Best Godamn song on the entire record!
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By A Customer on June 11 2004
Format: Audio CD
You "people" make me sick. To actually give this album a good review hurts my eyes. I have a headache now. Dont' you people know that Fred Durst organized the band as a concept. He's admitted to many DJ's that he purposely did whatever was cool at the moment. He made this album as a concept on the worst band ever, ala "The Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water" (Fred Durst and Limp Bizkit) He knows the CD sucks, he's admitted it on multiple occasions. But millions of retarted yuppie preteens bought the album, thinking it was genuinely good lyrics that descriped their angsty problems. Please. He sculpted his crappy lyrics (I'll get to those next) around what stupid little depressed kids would agree with. His lyrics are painful to listen to, I mean c'mon, he rhymes here with here. "Rollin'" was rated the 4th worst song of all time- it beat out Vanilla Ice! VANILLA ICE! Sample lyric: "Cause you'll never know, what you didn't know 'till you finally know, when you go!" Need I say more? Maybe. The only thing that saves this is the somewhat toe tapping rudimentary bass lines in this album. Wait. No. The instrumentals do suck. A lot. I mean a lot lot. Fred Durst admitted he sucks. He's made this album to simply poke fun of nu-metal and this rap/rock crap. Wake up morons, and stop buying this album. YOU'RE FUNDING PURE-BRED EVIL!!! I'm only saddenned more because I HAVE to give this album at least 1 star. I'd only give it 1 star on my own because it makes such a good $10 frisbee. God save the Union, if this is what the future of America listens to...
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Format: Audio CD
I had the misfortune of being stuck in a car while the driver played this steaming pile. In all seriousness, knowing that he owned it forever diminished my respect for the guy.
This album probably has the corniest lyrics I've ever heard. It seems like Durst bought a Fisher-Price "My First Rock Song" kit and used it to compose each track. In fact, some of the tunes are so childish they sound like a louder version of Adam Sandler.
I know what you're thinking: Which song is the worst? That's a tough question. "My Way" is certainly a worthy contender for worst song, that is until you hear "Rollin'" without the benefit of being deaf. One could also make a strong case for "My Generation," until he's subjected to "Getcha Groove On" (it's even worse than it sounds).
It doesn't matter which song is the worst, really. By record's end, you won't be able to tell them apart anyway. They all just become white noise after a while. And no matter how happy you are in life, this album will leave you contemplating suicide. Maybe that's why Durst has a Cobain tattoo.
Now I know why it's called CHOCOLATE STARFISH AND THE HOT DOG FLAVORED WATER...because it feels like sodomy.
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