14 Songs

EDITORS’ NOTES

Limp Bizkit are nu-metal personified—an instantly infectious, party-hard fusion of blasting rock and bouncing hip-hop beats. Fred Durst spits rhymes and righteous ire, backed by huge hooks from guitarist Wes Borland and the turntablism of House of Pain's DJ Lethal. Tracks like "Nookie" and "Rollin'" dominated the charts at the turn of the millenium, and the band sold over 50 million records by the time they split in 2006. Regrouping in 2009, Limp Bizkit hit the studio and live circuit to attend to some unfinished musical business.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Limp Bizkit are nu-metal personified—an instantly infectious, party-hard fusion of blasting rock and bouncing hip-hop beats. Fred Durst spits rhymes and righteous ire, backed by huge hooks from guitarist Wes Borland and the turntablism of House of Pain's DJ Lethal. Tracks like "Nookie" and "Rollin'" dominated the charts at the turn of the millenium, and the band sold over 50 million records by the time they split in 2006. Regrouping in 2009, Limp Bizkit hit the studio and live circuit to attend to some unfinished musical business.

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