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Product Details

  • Audio CD (Dec 4 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Universal Music Group
  • ASIN: B00005RTG8
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 2.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (142 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #93,048 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Nookie (Remix by Neptunes)
2. Take A Look Around (Remix By Timbaland)
3. Break Stuff (Remix By Lethal)
4. My Way (Remix By P Diddy)
5. Crushed (Remix By Bosko)
6. N2gether Now (Remix By Neptunes)
7. ReArranged (Remix By Timbaland)
8. Getcha Groove On (Remix By Premier)
9. Faith/Fame (Remix By Abraham/Durst)
10. My Way (Remix By Lethal)
11. Nookie (Remix By Butch Vig)
12. Counterfeit (Remix By Lethal)
13. Rollin (Remix By DJ Monk)
14. My Way (Remix By Premier) (Bonus Track)
15. My Way (Remix By Orbit) (Bonus Track)
16. My Way (Remix By Dub Pistols) (Bonus Track)

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At best, most remix albums are irrelevant; at worst, they're just plain awful. It's fortunate, then, that most of the tracks on Limp Bizkit's first remix album New Old Songs are neither. But, with such high profile remixers drawn mostly from the hip-hop world, there's not much scope for error. Timbaland adds a dark industrial edge to "Take a Look Around", P Diddy amps up the bassline on "My Way", while Butch Vig's version of "Nookie" has a decidedly 1980s electronic flavour. Best of all, though, is the Neptunes' take on "N 2gether Now", all flowered-up hip-hop in an old-school style that's probably the cheeriest thing Fred Durst's ever been involved with. In fact, the only people who don't seem to have a handle on the remixing task are those in the band: DJ Lethal's efforts--with the exception of an energetic "Counterfeit"--are irrelevant, while Fred Durst's "Faith/Fame Remix" is just plain awful. Maybe they should stick to churning out the raw material that's sold millions of albums, and leave the remixing to the professionals. --Ted Kord

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2.2 out of 5 stars

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Format: Audio CD
And who isn't? I became a fan after "Significant Other"'s very old "Nookie", where Durst whines about his girlfriend leaving him. Why is he always involves in stuff like that? On Cold's Cd, the only song he mixed was called "She Said". On Puddle of Mudd's Cd, the only song he produced is "She Hates Me". But that's besides the point. A year later, I bought CSATHDFW with high hopes. I can't believe I enjoyed it. But after three or four months, it got so old. I'm sick of hearing "Rollin'" and "My Generation". If you ask me, the only good songs on that album are "Take a Look Around" and "Boiler". The rest is a complete waste. And this whole catastrophe is a complete waste. A remix album for one of the most hated bands in the world? Fred Durst is obviously unaware of how many people despise him in the rap, pop, and especially rock society, and he just pushes the envelope, and gets the rock world to hate him even more! Timbaland? P. Diddy? The Neptunes? What's wrong with you? Did the rest of the band have a say on who remixes this stuff on the album, or did Fred just say "I'm the lead singer, and what I want, I get!"???? Wes, good job leaving, but you were never a good guitarist anyway. The only member who has talent is Sam Rivers and maybe there's a little in John Otto. DJ Lethal's a good Dj, but that's not really the thing right now. People, ignore them and they'll go away. I swear they will.
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Wow, I really hate this collection of "remixes." Thankfully, I can honestly say I do not own it, but I have heard in it it's entirety and it is just HORRIBLE. I've been itching to write a review trashing this album for the past year, and I've just now gotten around to doing it. First off, why would anyone need six remixes of "My Way" (One of them featuring the horribly untalented P. Diddy)? Add to the fact that they chose pretty much the worst collection of Limp Bizkit songs to remake. I mean, really, "Rollin'" is embarassing enough without the remix. The good songs that were remixed were horrible too. For instance, the Timbaland remix of "Rearranged," which is one of the best Limp Bizkit songs, totally wrecks the value of the song. Sam Rivers' excellent bass is ruined by some music that I can only describe as "chicken sounds." It's just horrible. "Take A Look Around," probably the only worthwhile song off of their last album, is just boring here (Notice Timbaland remixed this too, are we seeing a pattern?). Even respectable producers put themselves to shame on here, with people like The Neptunes and Butch Vig working on this, one would think there would be some value to this CD, but there isn't. The only mix on here that is remotely tolerable is the "Faith" remix featuring Everlast, but that's been floating around since 1999. What can I say that will detour you from buying this album? It's just the worst piece of music I have ever heard and I am eternally grateful for every minute that I do not own this CD.
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By A Customer on Aug. 23 2002
Format: Audio CD
This is a good re-mix CD.
I am a big fan of limp bizkit and this is surley not a bad RE-Mix CD. It Is One Of The Best I Ever Heard And So Is The Linkin Park Re-Mix. But I Must Admit I like the origanls songs more than a lot of the re-mix verisons but thats what most re-mix cds are like. there are always a few songs that are a little better than the original. My Favorite re-mix is the Neptunes Re-Mix Of "Nookie". And will you people stop complaining about how there are two many "My Way" remixes, The more songs the better i dont know anyone who rather have (example) 10 songs a a cd instead of 15. Now i gave the this CD 5 stars because it is a re-mix but if it was not a re-mix i would have givin it 2 or 3 stars. And by the way where else are you going to find a re-mix cd with so many awesome guest on it(P-diddy,Neptunes,Timerland etc.) The only other re-mix I know that has so many cool guest is that p-diddy "we invented the remix"(bad cd).now to tell you the truth this is my least favorite limp bizkit cd but it was still a good remix.
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Limp Bizkit is a band who used to be cool with their very first CD, "Three Dollar Bill Yall," but then went downhill with the second and third album. They had lost their edge and heaviness and turned into pop-hip-hop sell outs. This latest album is exact proof of that.
I do not own this album. I've heard cuts from it on a radio show and on this site. THEY'RE AWFUL! GOD IS THIS TERRIBLE! LIMP BIZKIT STINKS MORE THAN EVER BEFORE. I'D RATHER LISTEN TO NAILS SCRATCHING A CHALK BOARD FOR THREE HOURS! I'D RATHER LISTEN TO A FRIGGEN N-SYNC ALBUM! (Get the picture now?)
Fred Durst, you're not hip. You're not cool. And you're not from the ghetto......SO STOP ACTING LIKE A RAPPER FROM THE GHETTO, HIPPIE!
Bizkit, Bizkit, Bizkit. Please......JUST GO AWAY AND NEVER COME BACK AGAIN! IT'S OVER! YOU'RE DONE! FIN! END! BYE BYE! HOPE TO NEVER HEAR FROM YOU AGAIN!
This latest embarassment of an album is living proof that Limp Bizkit has ran out of ideas and options. Fred, just stick to finding new talent, because at least you're good at that. The only talent you cannot save is your own.
P.S. If this review hasn't helped you, just listen to the brief cuts available to listen to on this site. That should make things more clear for you.
(I am sorry for the brutality of this review. Please know that if you like this album, or the group, I am not attacking you. My beef is not with you, it is with the band.)
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