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New Old Songs Explicit Lyrics

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  • Audio CD (Dec 4 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Universal Music Canada
  • ASIN: B00005RTG8
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 2.2 out of 5 stars 142 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #73,936 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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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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I had this CD 20 years ago and only got to listen to it only a couple times before it was lost or stolen. And I all these years I couldn't get some of the remix's out of my head. I asked for it for birthdays, Christmas', and Fathers Days and it never came. I made dozens of Amazon purchases with it sitting in my WISH LIST till with some guilt, snuck it in there with necessities. It's better than I remember...each song is a carefully constructed (and different) work of art. Like one more alternate ending to Blade Runner...it makes you THINK that if that version had been on the original album, would it have been 5X more popular? These sound like they were crafted out of love, not just milking it for a few extra pesos. Keep an open mind and get a copy before they're gone.
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Butch Vig should for doing a remix for this horrible album. As you might expect, it one of the only slightly listenable tracks here. Note that I said slightly. Nothing can redeem any song that feature's Durst's whiny, poser voice and bad rapping/singing/whatever you call it. Also, if I were David Bowie I would be suing Durst for billions because of the high speed road accident that is the Faith/Fame remix. All of the songs on here were bad to begin with, and once you take away the modern rock verse/chorus/verse song structure, things start sounding even worse on the ear.
You get one guess as to why remix CDs like this, which feature large numbers of guest stars and little control and actual imput by the artists exist. Hmm, could it be cash? Nah... If that were true, this CD would have been released shortly before Christmas to cash in on the holiday sales. Instead, it was released on Dec. 4, which as we all know is nowhere near Christmas.
The only lingering question I have about this CD is whether Durst actually spent the time to pick out the remixers himself, or if he just left that up to his record executives while he was out playing golf.
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Usally I find some good in a cd but this cd has no good at all. This was a really bad idea from the L.B. camp i would love to personally burn every cd made of this. It's a total waste of time, money, and plastic. The songs were poorly remixed and they took good songs such as "Counterfeit", "Rearranged", and "Crushed" to name a few and turned them into songs i wouldn't torture someone with(i would feel to bad). I really hate the remix for "Rearranged" the song sounds like a 3 year old with a crappy keyboard remixed it(Timbaland) and then added a fat white hick to it(Bubba Sparxxx). "Crushed" was also painfully bad with Bosco's infernal tube speaking like he did on 2pac's "California Love". Limp should just stick to the basic's. If you buy this cd you are out of your mind the only song worth the littlest bit of attention(and it's not that good i made add) is Josh Abrham's(KoRn, and others) remix of "Faith" called "Faith/Fame remix". Other than that the cd sucks and should be banished to an island along with boy bands.
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By A Customer on Dec 6 2001
Format: Audio CD
If I were to describe the new limp bizkit alnum, i would say that this is a step down from previous recordings, now i see why wes left the band. There whole rap-rock genre, as we know it has gone to (...), they are all hip-hop, these repetitive beats, and the so called remixes, are utter (...). They have no ingenuity, and if i was a big name star, i wouldnt want my name on it. When is the new so called heavy album coming out. Cause this has proved itself as limps, worst showing, and the only chance to redeem themselves is put one good song out, Go back to the days of counterfeit(original), and Faith, and try and picture limp bizkit putting something good out, cant do it, because it hasnt happened in a long time. And as for being all about the fans, maybe they should listen to the fans (...). and you want fans to love you up here, because we are losing interest, you should maybe come up here and redeem yourself with some live shows, because id like to see you perform from your first and second cds
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This album completely kicks ... just as much as the original Chocolate Starfish album does. There were a couple of flaws though. DJ Lethal seems like the type of person to really remix a song with style, but he totally messed the My Way song up. The Neptunes did good jobs making the beats to their remixed part, but they shouldn't have added any of their vocals in it because that really makes the music start to sound "feminine-like"... These songs include the Nookie - For the Nookie and N2Gether Now. Also, the Faith remix was pretty much something you might want to look over because it's VERY light music unlike the original. The next, and last, flaw would be the Nookie-Androids vs. Las Putas Remix. This song sounds great, but again with the feminine vocals! No offence to you girls out there, but these vocals just don't work! But trust me, all the other songs REALLY make up for it and that's why I give this a 4 star rating.
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By A Customer on Dec 28 2001
Format: Audio CD
I got this CD for Christmas because my grandmother bless her heart wanted to get me something hip that she thought I'd enjoy and wouldn't feel like it was a "Gift from Grandma" so I love her for that. I liked Bizkit as a band and hate Fred Durst with his mediocre rapping and awful singing. That being said this remix album effectively snatched away the only thing that I liked about Limp Bizkit: The Band. The songs are watered down that have not been remixed as much as they've been castrated. When you take a song like "Break Stuff" and set it up so that it doesn't even SOUND angry anymore there's a problem. Hopefully with Wes leaving, and the nationwide open audition for a guitar player and the advent of this God awful CD will spell the end for a band with a ... lead singer that never should have gotten as famous as it did.
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