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Three Dollar Bill, Y'all Explicit Lyrics

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  • Audio CD (July 8 1997)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Universal Music Canada
  • ASIN: B000001Y42
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Sheet music
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 506 customer reviews
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1. Intro
2. Pollution
3. Counterfeit
4. Stuck
5. Nobody Loves's Me
6. Sour
7. Stalemate
8. Clunk
9. Faith
10. Stink Finger
11. Indigo Flow
12. Leech
13. Everything

Product Description


Rap metal has been around ever since 1986 when Run-DMC and Aerosmith joined forces for a remake of "Walk This Way", but it took nearly a decade for Rage Against the Machine to bust the floodgates wide open. Soon after, a stream of percussive hellraisers including Korn, Downset, and Deftones infiltrated the metal market, and they, in turn, sired a new breed fronted by acts like Snot and Limp Bizkit. Three Dollar Bill Y'All, Limp Bizkit's debut album, is a tempestuous collection of divergent styles. Unlike metal acts that try to get "dope", but lack the hip-hop background to legitimately fuse the two genres, Limp Bizkit--which features Wes Borland and House of Pain member DJ Lethal--have the know-how to groove and grind. And instead of launching a one-dimensional Blitzkrieg, Limp Bizkit mixes up its rhythms and tempos to keep its listeners guessing. --Jon Wiederhorn

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Format: Audio CD
Before Fred Durst managed to sell out and drag the reputation of Nu Metal with him, Limp Bizkit released this album. While the album isn't terrible like Chocolate Starfish, New Old Songs and Results May Very; 3 Dolor bill isn't that great. The songs Counterfiet and Pollution are actually pretty good, unfortunately Durst turned out to be both of these. Stuck is a song that is fun, but once again nothing special. The rest of the songs fall along these lines except Indigo Flow (it was recorded at Indigo Ranch), all it is Fred thanking everyone who helped get them this far, but its quite pointless. Everything is a song that is over 15 minutes long, is very quiet/boring and you can't make out what is being said. The shotgun effect found on Leech is actually quite funny, that demo is actually pretty cool. But once again I say that this is limp bizkit's only good album. Everything after here was a downward Spiral. This is the only Limp Bizkit Album I ever bought. If you are interesting in what the "good Bizkit" sounded like, just download it. Limp Bizkit will be remembered as Korn's Curse. Korn is one of the only good Nu-metal bands out there. This album is sub par to everything Korn has done.
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1. Intro - Some guy giving an anti religion rally speech (1/5)
2. Pollution - Has a heavy riff, but features a heavy bassline behind the rapping, then it gets crazy for the chorus. One of the few decent Bizkit riffs. Arguably one of their best songs.(4/5)
3. Counterfeit - Heavy guitar riff comes in about 35 seconds into the song. This is Fred rapping over a somewhat funky bassline. Heavy chorus, similar formula to Pollution but better rapping. (4.5/5)
4. Stuck - Fred rapping over a beat, you can hear DJ Lethal making some science fiction-ish sounds. CHorus features a heavy start stop guitar riff and some nice drumming while Fred screams "Wanna play that game bitch" and "stuck" until it quites down when he starts rapping again. (4/5)
5. Nobody *'s Me - The riff isnt very catchy and the rapping is lame. Plus the chorus doesnt have very good lyrics. It keeps slowing down and speeding up but never gets very good. The last minute or so is just noise. (2/5)
6. Sour - Features a nice guitar intro, and very low key rapping. Very mellow guitar riff throughout with ambient sounds. The chorus is not good at all though. With a better chorus it woulda gotten a 5. (4/5)
7. Stalemate - A calm guitar riff over a nice drum beat. Then there are some electronic sounds, Then fred starts screaming and whining. He starts rapping about 3 mins into it, then after 4 he screams for the rest of it, over these electronic sounds and a fast guitar riff. (2/5)
8. Clunk - Starts with a bass intro, then drumming and scratching come in and Fred starts rapping. A terrible chorus, but Freds best rapping since Counterfeit. (3/5)
9. Faith - Aside from the screaming, this is an excellent cover. Fred does the 2nd verse very well, but ruins the chorus with his screaming.
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Format: Audio CD
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.
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It's amazing, I have no idea what sinister god of bad music possesed me. Then again my older sister worshipped hair metal bands like Poison and Ratt when she was a teen before realizing how horrible they where. I guess I was just young, naieve and just getting into music as a whole. I loved Korn and Limp Bizkit like they where the Stones and Beatles. And then I saw what a complete ego maniac Fat Freddy turned out to be, he is(or was)by far the most arrogant person in the music industry and clearly exposed the nu metal/rapcore scene as a joke. Dumb frat boy shouts, rantings against some mysterious ex-girlfriend who probably had a good reason to leave his fat highness and pathetic nasal singing are all Fred is good at. And the music? Dull, at best. I hear how Wes is often considered to be a great guitarist but I just don't see it. The man clearly has talent but I think he gets his acclaim more for his artsy music tastes and stage makeup then for real guitar showmanship and creativity. Seems his "amazing" band Eat the Day won't see the light of day either. I can't deny that Jon Otto and Sam Rivers are a good rhythym section but they honestly make laughable "jump up and then bend over up and down a lot" sounds that make nu metal so distinctive.
So after some time of branching on to other music I gave this cd a spin and concluded that I had no idea what good music was back then. I'm even embarrassed to admit a 5 star review of this album written by me lurks somewhere on this page. Nu metal is dying, and Limp Bizkit clearly illustrates this. Their new album is sinking faster than a fat woman in a cotton suit and they will be dead before 2005 rolls around. If you want a good combination of metal, hip hop and hardcore then check out Orange 9mm., Candiria, Downset and the mighty and sadly departed RATM. Most of the bands began long before da Bizkit. Keep exploring new music.
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