17 Songs, 1 Hour 11 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Limp Bizkit did it all for the nookie—as the titular mosh-disco hit proclaims—but Greatest Hits proves that the nu-metal band had myriad sonic impulses. Early thrashers like "Counterfeit" and "Break Stuff" combine snarling aggression and slipshod grooves. "Re-Arranged" slithers by with its simmering funk and scribbling DJ scratches, and the Method Man-featuring "N 2 Gether Now" is glitchy, quick-cut hip-hop. A circle pit-forming cover of George Michael's "Faith," meanwhile, transforms the original's polite yearning into wild-eyed desperation.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Limp Bizkit did it all for the nookie—as the titular mosh-disco hit proclaims—but Greatest Hits proves that the nu-metal band had myriad sonic impulses. Early thrashers like "Counterfeit" and "Break Stuff" combine snarling aggression and slipshod grooves. "Re-Arranged" slithers by with its simmering funk and scribbling DJ scratches, and the Method Man-featuring "N 2 Gether Now" is glitchy, quick-cut hip-hop. A circle pit-forming cover of George Michael's "Faith," meanwhile, transforms the original's polite yearning into wild-eyed desperation.

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