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  • Audio CD (Sept. 23 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Universal Music Group
  • ASIN: B0000C7PRS
  • Average Customer Review: 2.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (320 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #19,014 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Re-Entry
2. Eat You Alive
3. Gimme The Mic
4. Underneath The Gun
5. Down Another Day
6. Almost Over
7. Build A Bridge
8. Red Light-Green Light
9. The Only One
10. Let Me Down
11. Lonely World
12. Phenomenon
13. Creamer (Radio Is Dead)
14. Head For The Barricade
15. Behind Blue Eyes
16. Drown

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2.7 out of 5 stars

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Format: Audio CD
Years ago, I paid $5 for a used Limp Bizkit Three Dollar Bill, Y'alls CD, complete with smudges and scratches. I got it without any booklet or case, and it had a picture of a clown on it chained to a wall with knives on it. Being into metal, I know that as a general rule, violent pictures = good CD (Slayer, Obituary, Death). I put it in my walkman, which was jimmy rigged to old computer speakers, and I heard some intro which was odd but inspirational. Then I heard a barrage of amazing, unique songs which were harder and funkier than Rage Against The Machine, with a characteristic rapping which was distinct yet honest and angry. Also, I recognized a line from Suicidal Tendencies's "Institutionalized", which impressed me because of Durst's knowledge in good punk music. I was blown away, and Limp Bizkit became one of my favorite bands.
Then I got Significant Other. This one was a bit more polished, less heavy, less aggressive, but a bit darker. I still remember a line from "Just Like This" which is timeless, at least to me...
"Music is key, it's the way we're set free, from all this world is throwing at me, and I'll do what it takes, and if I make some mistakes, it's ok 'cause it's all just the way it should be"
one hell of a moving statement, which to me describes a punk mindset through a rap-metal band, and although the lyrics were simplistic, and at times goofy, they were very meaningful indeed.
Chocolate Starfish And The Hot Dog Flavored Water was a disappointment. The lyrics went downhill, the music was less interesting, Fred Durst seems to have lost his angry edge... and whereas Trust? was meaningful, Full Nelson was plain stupid.
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By A Customer on July 10 2004
Format: Audio CD
First off, the reviews that contain no useful information on why they do not like this album are worthless. Pasting "suck" a few hundred times is juvenile and moronic. Give a decent, honest, insightful review please.
I bought this CD after hearing some of the songs on it. I liked it. I was never much for LB, but this album is quite different, you could say more melodic, less mindless screaming.
I dislike only two of the tracks - "Red Light-Green Light" and "Head for the Barricade". As for the former, what the hell is this? If I wanted to listen to distasteful rap I would buy Snoop Dogg. No thanks. "Head for the Barricade" is the style that LB is moving away from....and for the better. More poor rap (for the record, I own and enjoy Eminem) makes me cringe whenever I try to listen to it.
The other songs are quite good. My favorites:
Eat You Alive
Down Another Day
Creamer(Radio is Dead) - quite unique, I like the melody, message, and tone.
Behind Blue Eyes would be good, but they killed is somewhat with, as others have noted, the "L I M P discover" bit. Too bad, lots of potential here.
In conclusion, this is not your typical Limp Bizkit, less bad rap, mindless screaming, and bizzarre lyrics (chocolate starfish?). Listen to some of it, you might like it. And if you don't, try posting a helpful review rather than looking like a moron.
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The retard in the red cap is back and is ready and willing to torture your eardrums with the brand of sh^t he calls music. I thought they killed nu-mtal with their last horrible offering, chocolate starfish, but this proves there's still a few nails to be driven into the coffin since somehow, someway this is actually worse than that piece of crap. Fred sounds a like drunk wannabe rapper on karoke night at some bar in Texas. Which makes sense considering that's basically what Fred is, just some drunk guy who thinks he knows how to rap. Not that I have a problem with drunk wannabe rappers, I just don't think they should be given record deals. The lyrics Fred comes up with are beyond stupid and almost fall into the realm of St. Anger bad. The guitars sound generic and ripped off from some band who ripped off some other band that ripped off another band. The drums are so bland I wonder they just amped up a metronome instead of bothering with a drummer. Which gives the bass player somewhat of an excuse to suck since it sounds like he got tiring of limp bizkit's boring rythems and decided to play random bits of Red Hot Chili Peppers songs instead. The d.j. is the worst part of this whole trainwreck of an album and proves that even if you suck too much to play at little kids birthday parties you always have a job with limp bizkit. This is undoubtably one of the worst albums of all time and is topped in horriblness only by Ill Bill and Metallica's St. Anger. I recommend anything instead of this.
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