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Limp Bizkit:Pt1 Unquestionable Truth Enhanced, Explicit Lyrics


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Product Details

  • Audio CD (May 3 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced, Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Universal Music Group
  • ASIN: B00096S3QI
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #26,423 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. The Propaganda
2. The Truth
3. The Priest
4. The Key
5. The Channel
6. The Story
7. The Surrender

Product Description

The first single to be taken from 'Unquestionable is 'The Truth'. Geffen. 2005.

Customer Reviews

3.1 out of 5 stars

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Brad on May 4 2005
Format: Audio CD
This is a hard album to review, it seems Limp Bizkit has decided it's a good idea to mix up their music and change directions. This isn't neccessarily a bad thing, but instead of doing something really unique they seem to have been heavily inspired by Rage Against the Machine. They've adopted a darker, more serious outlook, and mixed in a lot of political commentary. Personally, I like this album. It may not be their best, but it's deffinity good to see them taking a new direction. "the Surrender", "the Priest",and "the Story" are my favorites from the album. Now, I would have been tempted to give a 4 for this album, but here's my biggest problem with it... there's only 7 tracks!!! And they're not very long either! The whole album clocks in at just under half an hour!
Anyway, if you liked the old "Limp Bizkit", and don't mind a more serious "Rage Against the Machine" twist, then you'll definity find something to like about this new album. It's just too bad they had to more-or-less copy another band instead of doing something of their own... oh well, hopefully Part 2 will be better.
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I am not a huge Limp Bizkit fan. Having said that I had a lot of fun when I saw them perform on the sanitarium tour with Metallica. They put on a high energy show, that was loud and rocked hard. They did not have Wes Borland in the band at that time and my friends said they were ten times better when he was with the band.
This new album is a solid departure from anything they have ever done. Some of the riffs may sound remniscent of other songs they have done but all in all this a totally new direction for the band one in which I believe they can gain some respect from other fellow artists and some new fans who have thier own predispositions about what this band is about and what they sound like.
There songs are a lot more serious in tone, rhythm, and intensity. It is more about politics and individuality and the state of the world as opposed to the brazen ego centred lyrics and rants that we are used to from Fred Durst. Wes Borland has definitely matured as well in his style and his experimentation and avid risk taking is very evident on this album. It is more intricate and sonically driven then any of thier previous albums but it still has enough neanderthalic swagger to attract the old fans.
It takes a couple of listens but I like it, alot, heck it is better then anything they have put out before, so give it a listen but mostly give it a chance.
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By Andre Proulx on May 6 2005
Format: Audio CD
Ok, anyone who says this doesnt "sound" like limp bizkit are probably some of those band wagon hopping lolly gaggers who picked up significant other and chocolate starfish and thought THAT was limp bizkit... lets go back wayyyyyyyy back and think about a little album called Three Dollar Bill Y'all... this album is definetly back to the basic core of the sound. Wes is killing his guitar, Joel is beating the crap out of the cymbals and Fred is screaming... thank GOD no more crap about brittany spears.
This CD makes up for their last weak attempt, and definetly shows that Wes Borland truly is the missing link for the band.
This is definetly a step in the right direction for Limp Bizkit
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By A Customer on May 5 2005
Format: Audio CD
I've listened to this EP a few times and I must say it feels pretty good to hear the guitar work of Wes Borland who is finally back with his crew. It sounds a bit like it would be the logical follow up to Significant Other while going back to a more raw and heavy sound like Three Dollar Bill Y'all. The guitar riffs are simple but yet very effective. Lyrics tend to be more researched and thoughtful. My only critic would be that sometimes it seems like Fred restrains himself from yelling when he should not (according to the mood of some songs' parts). It's a lot heavier, aggressive and raw than Chocolate Starfish and Results may Vary, not perfect but close enough for me.
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By Rage Fan on May 26 2005
Format: Audio CD
First off, for those people who keep comparing the new Limp Bizkit sound to Rage Against the Machine are off their rockers! Although this is one of Limp's harder albums, I just don't see them as having the same sound as Rage. This album is closer to metal than to anything that they, or Rage have done before.
I like this album for the sole reason that it is very un-Limp Bizkit like - it's much harder, and not as "poppy". For the price, it's a decent buy, and as a person who is not the biggest of Limp Bikit fans, I certainly enjoyed it!
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Man, Just when you thought Limp Bizkit couldnt get any worse, they come out with this album, completely change their sound (and try to make themselves sound like Rage Against The Machine)
and put out the worst album theyve done.
Come on! A** kicking songs like break stuff, counterfeit, take a look around, nookie..... Thats when this band rocked.....
THIS ALBUM SUCKS
I wonder if Fred Durst is still walking around wearing baseball hats that bear his initials.....
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