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Discussion in 'Movies, TV and Music' started by PSUdude, Sep 30, 2003.
Limp Bizkit's new album must be that good if no one has posted about it!!!
here, i'll talk about it.
I made the decision to buy after seeing Fred Durst on VH1 "Driven" last week and I'm glad I did.
I can't stop playing "Eat You Alive" and the video is beyond f'n incredible...refreshing to see someone with an original idea in video making these days. It's almost like a movie.
I took this cd to the gym last night and 30 minutes on the elliptical passed in no time. I also like the song where he's talking about not looking to get laid on the first date.
ay yi yi.
I just downloaded half the tracks (can't get in trouble, too old at 25), and it sounds a lot like their second album. It's not bad but I still can't get Dursts attitude ("i'm bigger than my band") out of my mind that would make me really like what i've heard
Words failed me for a moment, but I think this sums up my opinion. Call me a music snob, but I can't thank God enough that the *#*#*#*# rock fad is pretty much done.
Amazingly, I find myself agreeing with both Footix and 655321!
Limp Bizkit Sucks.
They have always sucked, they allways will suck.
After listening to a limp bizkit song, Creed sounds half-decent. CREED!!!
I can't believe there are people out there masochistic enough to listen to this crap, let alone pay for it...
Does this mean the red, backwards ball cap is coming bacK?
Laugh all you want. 30 years from now, when people talk about great albums, they'll mention Blue Train and The White Album along with whatever this new Limp album is called.
John Coltrane is not fit to fellate Fred Durst's heavily inked wang-doodle.
I mean if he weren't dead and all.
Coltrane that is ... he's dead... not Durst.
And you can quote me.
(...by the way, my real name is Carson Daly... you know, if you were gonna quote me and stuff ... )
for those who laugh at rap-metal
All hail the Party Fun Action Committee
the making of shoe of this record is making me want to not become a record producer.
i mean...he gets pissed after not recording a vocal take right, so he slaps this *#*#*#*#in beautiful condenser mic out of the stand.
i nearly spit out my soda.
i think, though, should i ever come across the chance to record limp Bizkit ill either :
b) use only cheap dynamic mics.
AllMusic.com grows a spine:
Finally, all the sessions and the turmoil was whittled down into one very long, very bad album called Results May Vary.
Part of its weakness stems from two perennial Limp Bizkit problems: for a metal band they sound, well, limp, and in Fred Durst they have the worst frontman in the history of rock.
And it gets better.
Might as well only use cheap mics. It's all Pro-Tool'd anyway.
No kidding, it gets better. that has got to be one of the most negative reviews i have ever read.
Even Pitchfork's review of I Get Wet was more positive. and that got a 0.6
But since the music has no melody, hooks, or energy, all attention is focused on the clown jumping up and down and screaming in front, and long before the record is over, you're left wondering, how the hell did he ever get to put this mess out?
Reminds me of some of the reviews for early Spinal Tap albums:
"On this album, Spinal Tap is swimming in a sea of bad poetry and retarded sexuality..."
Well that's nitpicking, isn't it?
scary thought....I actually think I'm developing a crush on Fred Durst.
First Eminem, now Fred Durst. You really know how to pick 'em.
I have a bigger lust for Daniel Bedingfield though