Once upon a time Limp Bizkit was just getting started and believe it or not, making great music. Three Dollar Bill Yall$ is one of the best examples of the fuse of rap and metal (which we all commonly now know as nu-metal). However, most nu-metal bands lack the rap background to make anything that sounds genuine unlike Limp Bizkit at the time. From start to finish this is an awesome album. DJ Lethal in particular adds a lot to the sound. Production wise, Ross Robinson did a great job as he almost always does. My favorite tracks include "Counterfeit", "Stuck", "Nobody Loves Me", and "Pollution". Unfortunatly, with time the taste of fame took away from the band's sound...especially from Fred Durst who became an egomaniac. It's hard to believe the man that wrote the masterpieces on here is now writing garbage like "My Generation". This is a great album to look back on though and see how great this band could have become. Now a days, Limp Bizkit are washed up and their success is undoubtebly coming to a close. If you ever hear Fred talk about this album now a days he bashes the shxt out of it, especially Ross's production...I guess now Fred only digs heartless pop tunes. Over all though, this one album wonder deffinatly earns a spot on my personal favorite metal CDs of all time. I suggest any fans of old-school Limp check out the band Fallguy.