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No Strings Attached
Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars
Audio CD (21 March, 2000)
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Despite millions of album sales, 'N Sync are an obvious No. 2 to label mates the Backstreet Boys. Fittingly, they try harder--too hard, in fact--through most of their second non-Christmas disc, No Strings Attached. The quintet and Strings' dozen-plus producers fill these 47 minutes with bland ballads by Diane Warren and Richard Marx, mildly funky workouts like a cover of Johnny Kemp's "Just Got Paid" and the muddled "Space Cowboy," and gimmicks such as "Digital Get Down" that hardly lend credence to whatever career-longevity claims they might want to lodge. This is a guaranteed smash, but judged on the merits of its weak material and less than compelling vocal performances, No Strings Attached should be long forgotten by the time the Backstreeters' next CD arrives. --Rickey Wright ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars one awesome album
I love this album. I enjoyed every track. Here's a review of all of them.

1. Bye Bye Bye- This was the 1st single, the song that made me be interested in this talented boy band. This is a catchy tune that anyone could like. (11/10)

2. It's Gonna be Me- The 2nd single. THis song wasn't as good as bye bye bye, but certainly a great song. it's one of my favorites. (10/10)

3. Space Cowboys- It's got a good beat, and i like the chorus, but it was out of date after the year 2000 was over. (9.9/10)

4. Just Got Paid- i love this song. It has a groovy beat and fabulous lyrics. A definate favorite. (10.5/10)

5. It Makes Me Ill- Great beat, good lyrics, and an all together cool song (10/10)

6. This I Promise You- This is a sweet ballad, the best ballad on there in my opinion. i like the spanish version too. :)(10/10)

7. No Strings Attached- This is an ok songs. I was co-written by JC, which is a little different because people don't think that boybands write their own songs. (9/10)

8. Digital Get Down- Another one co-written by JC. This song is one of the best in the album. some people are opposed to the lyrics, but i'm not one of them. ;)(11/10)

9. Bringin' Da Noise- This is my least favorite song on the album, but no song on here is bad, it's written about a basketball game for goodness sakes! it's also co-written by JC.(7/10)

10. That's When I'll Stop Loving You- another ballad. this is the second best ballad. It a pretty good song. (9.9/10)

11. I'll Be Good for You- This one is co-written by Justin. It's supposed to be "old-school." It sounds ok. (8/10)

12. It thought She new- THis is a beautiful a capella. The lyrics are very sad and i cried the first time i heard it. (10/10)

i would give this album a 10/10 rating. I love it!!


3-0 out of 5 stars Dissapointing...
I have a diverse taste in music. Hanson, Dave Matthews Band, Korn, Counting Crows...and I also like N Sync. With their first album came out, I was impressed with their harmonies and pure pop sound. Sure, they didn't write any of the songs or produce anything, but that was expected. We've heard THAT arguement before. And after hearing "bye bye bye" on the radio, I was sure NSA was going to live up to it's expectations. Boy, was I ever wrong. I bought the album on the first day it came out, as most fans did. As many have said before me, "Didgidal Getdown" is NOT who N Sync is supposed to be...we had an image of nice, clean cut boys who sang sappy love ballads. And than JC goes and writes THAT. Of course, the whole album isn't horrible. "It's Gonna Be Me" is catchy, and after being forced to listen to "Space Cowboy" for an hour straight, it kinda grew on me. "This I promise You" is a typical, but nice love song. "No Strings Attached" is one of the albums biggest hits with me and also "I thought she knew" is a beautiful a capella song, demonstrating N Sync's ability. Overall though, I was dissapointed. "Bring in the noise" is just stupid, and "Just got paid" isn't all that great. There just isn't any depth in the lyrics at all. Not to mention all we hear is JC and Justin. Joey and Chris get a couple lines while we don't hear Lance AT ALL. Never. I swear he doesn't even get to sing in the harmonies sometimes. And I think he has an absolutely *beautiful* voice. WE WANT LANCE TO SING.

1-0 out of 5 stars Thank God the Boy Band Craze is Over
Man, oh man - thank god this craze is over. They vaulted to the top of the charts a few years ago, thanks to the dedicated teenie fans, but alas, no longer are they so respected, except by people who Never Got Over It. Yet they still linger beneath the surface, waiting to rise again. We have four who never used this horrid band as a catalyst to start something else, and then you have this yellow-haired clown invading the media worse than anthrax. And yet, you know that this single clown is going to keep reminding us that, yes Virginia, there were boy bands.

As for the cd, please do yourself a favor and don't buy this crap. If you want real music, go to the alternative tentacles website and purchase an old Dead Kennedys album. Buy a NOFX cd. Or, for crying out loud, go get a Beatles cd or an Enrico Caruso! Support anybody but these manufactured bimbos! Support REAL musicians!

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Asin: B00004NRPZ


Enema Of The State
Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars
Audio CD (01 June, 1999)
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On their 1997 release, Dude Ranch, juvenile hardcore-pop band Blink 182 tickled the funny bone with an assortment of dumb sex jokes, off-color artwork, and between-song skits, including one of a dog drinking from a freshly peed in toilet. So, two years down the road, have the band matured at all? One look at the cover of Enema of the State, which features cover art of a tarted-up blonde nurse donning a rubber glove, provides the easy answer. Fortunately, Enema supports the humor with strong musicianship. The songs are more dynamic and multitempoed than those on Dude Ranch, sounding like a cross between the Descendents and Fountains of Wayne. And unlike the glut of alt-rock releases that offer one or two memorable songs, Enema is flush with instantly memorable melodies and ear-pleasing harmonies. Good, dirty fun--no more, no less. --Jon Wiederhorn ... Read more


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3-0 out of 5 stars Why Did Blink Have To Get TRL Friendly?
Anyone who has ever heard Buddha, Cheshire Cat, or Dude Ranch, before Blink 182 became famous, knows that Enema is a punk letdown. Great songs like Wasting My Time, M+M's, Dammit,are replaced by stuff like All The Small Things. It's not bad to get more fans, but when these new fans are 5 year-olds and girls that think Blink is 'cute', have they really succeeded all that much?. I mean, com'on, MTV turned the band around from being a snotty punk band into a snotty poppy/punkish band. Fame does not always mean progress, especially when it means letting down your group of core fans that didn't care about fame, looks, and appealing to everyone so that stuff actually gets radio friendly. Look at Good Charlotte and SR-71; now famous bands (thanks to MTV), but just more punk posers that look more like boy bands than rock bands. When you start hearing What's My Age Again? on a pop radio station, there's bound to be problems. Granted, the CD isn't all that bad, but it sure is a change from the norm. When Scott Raynor was still Blink's drummer, these guys were kickin' and could rock, and rock they did. When I heard The Enema Strikes Back though, I was disturbed to find that all the chearing from the crowd seemed like girly pre-teens. Again, more fans, but not what you'd expect, even if the live rendition of Dammit was awesome. Going Away to College is not a bad song, nor is What's My Age Again?, but they are more pop than punk. The Party Song, while being the fastest on the disk and having funny lyrics, still doesn't have much substance to it. Everyone hails Adam's Song as being the most serious song of Blink 182, which it is, and it's not bad, but if you think the band matured at all with this song at all, haha, think again. Blink 128 doesn't have to grow up at all, but I hope their next effort returns to their roots of a power punk band that plays for the fans and not MTV. If you want to get into Blink 182 without actually hearing their punk side, get this CD, like many of today's MTV lovin' youth have; you'll go nuts over it. But if you want to hear Blink 182's best, get their earlier stuff, with Scott Raynor, and hear what led up to the CD that brought about Blink's fame. They have the fame, they might have the money, but now it's time to take a break from that all and get down to music making better music. Since this is basically Blink's latest studio recording, tide over your appetite for punk with some The Starting Line, TAking Back Sunday, or Thursday, and hear what some awesome bands that don't get on MTV or pop radio sound like. Then ask yourself, is this CD Blink 182's best?

5-0 out of 5 stars More than just 3 chords!
Enema of the state is a highly catchy 90's punk album, which is much more radio friendly than early Blink182. Some may say they have sold out but they have reach a whole new audience with this record. I also feel their music has matured. Sure this album doesn't sound as raw as previous creations but there are still some classics. Mutt, Dumpweed and Whats My age again are my favourite songs but All the small things and Aliens exist are not too far behind.

Die hard punk fans my turn a head to this album but it still doesn't detract to a band producing something similar to Green day and Off Spring in the past. My favourite Blink 182 song is still Dammit but come on give the guys a break. They have produced an album with kick and punch with more than just 3 chord wonders. There is progression and maturity also.

Enema has a sound which will be heard on MTV and radio A LOT but who cares? Does that make it a bad punk ablum? Hell, All the small things reached number 2 in the British charts - before that they were unheard of - wider audience means more music fans being influenced - with fans of many genres.

This album doesn't wear off in a hurry and the catchy songs and riffs are a joy to hear.

Go Blink 182!

1-0 out of 5 stars Blink 182 Is A Ween
This album sucks, Blink 182's weiners are small. ... Read more

Asin: B00000IPAX


Awake and Breathe
Average Customer Review: 4.02 out of 5 stars
Audio CD (26 October, 1999)
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Even more than the Spice Girls, the four-woman Irish act B*Witched is an all-things-to-most-people proposition. Awake and Breathe, the second album by these U.K.-chart conquerors, doesn't make concessions to the American pop market, but these 13 tracks do contain their share of potential stateside hits: the Sheryl Crow-like "If It Don't Fit," the straight-shooting Spice-esque "Shy One," the Crystal Waters-style house "My Superman." A broad spectrum ofcomparisons for one album? Put it down as much to healthy eclecticism as mercenary concerns. Still, Awake's occasional big statement seems more forced than necessary: Ladysmith Black Mambazo's appearance on the would-be anthem "I Shall Be There" is more a nod to their own recent bestselling status in Great Britain than any desire for real connection between the two groups. But while hardly a classic, the best of Awake will please fans of heartfelt mainstream pop. --Rickey Wright ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Another 5 Stars!
This Album Was Fantastic in My Opinion!Of course, Brittanians might opt out on this because it does have a different feel with an interesting array of songs. Jesse Hold On, Jump Down, The Shy One are clearly the pop anthems on this disc, following in the footsteps of their last hits. The slow songs include "I Shall Be There", "It Was Our Day", and "Are You A Ghost?", my personal fave.Then there are the others. "If It don't Fit" could be debated as a pop anthem, but it's a pop-alterna-hip hop type song,another fave! "Someday", the "Oh Mr.Postman" tune"Leaves", a funky-sounding tune, which grows on you. "Red Indian Girls" the western-native beat which is politically Incorrect. "My Superman" is the disco tribute to the album, "In Fields" Is another growing song, it's very sweet and fun to sing along to.I RECCOMEND this CD as it's great! You'll immediately find yourself questioning,"How would the video look for this" and "What would the dance routine look like?" A major plus for B*W!


5-0 out of 5 stars If you don't like it, you're crazy
Besides being one of the best groups of all time, B*witched put out this amazing second album and completly blew my socks off. Every song either was really fun (If it don't fit, Superman) or spoke volumes (Are you a ghost?, It was our day, Leaves). They were hailed by a lot of people as just another girl group, but I really think they were a lot more. If the label would have kept them, they could have put out a lot more great stuff. This album contains something for every listener. (and i still haven't found my socks) :) ... Read more

Asin: B0000296JU


Astro Lounge
Average Customer Review: 4.22 out of 5 stars
Audio CD (08 June, 1999)
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Expounding on the theme from their hit "Walking on the Sun" (from the multiplatinum Fush Yu Mang), the verbose songs on Astro Lounge are filled with examinations of societal ills, personal woes, and other disappointments entailed in this thing known as Humanity. Yes, the album would seem heavy-handed were not the overriding sentiments filtered through Smash Mouth's "Hey, dude, let's party!" brand of musical optimism. Ranging from reggae to lounge to psychedelia to surfer rock to a sort of punk-a-go-go, Smash Mouth's influences have little in common with one another save for one important exception--they all evoke images of personal freedom and defiance of oppression, reminding us that, gee, fighting the Man can actually be raucous good fun! It's been a long time since a band with this much commercial potential could say something thought-provoking and get the party going. On "All Star," Steve Harwell sings, "Only shooting stars break the mold." A fitting prophecy for this outstanding alterna-pop album. --Beth Massa ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars No sellouts here... it's called Talent
I have a lot of friends. Some of them like punk music. Others like hard-core rock. Some like psychadelic 60's-style. And some like modern pop. But they all love Astro Lounge. That's because Smash Mouth is a band with talent. A lot of reviews go on and on about how Smash Mouth are major sellouts. You folks are WRONG! When you sell out, you degrade the quality of your music in order to achieve more fame and sell more CD's. Smash Mouth definitely did NOT make their music any worse on this CD. I don't know if it's better now, but it sure ain't any worse. Their songs all sound different, not the same shlop as the last track. (Sugar Ray, anyone? ) If you're into hard-core punk-ska, you might like Fush Yu Mang better. In my opinion, they're both awesome CD's. I'd start with this one, though, and then move backwards to the faster-paced Fush Yu Mang. Hanging out with friends, or relaxing, or walking around? It's all about Astro Lounge. Jogging, or trying to wake up when you're tired, or driving down a highway at 60MPH? What you want here is Fush Yu Mang. They are different types of CD's and they are both awesome. Buy this CD. You won't regret it. Then buy Fush Yu Mang. You won't regret that either.

4-0 out of 5 stars Happy, Fun, and Energetic
This CD was definitely worth the purchase. It is the perfect CD to take with you to the beach! Most of the songs sound the same, but that's okay, I don't really mind! If you listen to the CD like about once a month, you won't get sick of the songs. The song I really dislike is "Roadman." It's just not my style! And "All Star" is another non-favorite. It got so overplayed on MTV and the radio, and the song just bothers me now. There are a lot of good songs, but my top 3 favorites would have to be "Can't Get Enough Of You Baby," "Defeat You," and "Diggin' Your Scene." I highly recommend this cd for anyone that likes pop music, and bands like Sugar Ray, and Third Eye Blind!

4-0 out of 5 stars There Were Good Back Then
Ah, yes, smashmouth. how i forgot about them. back when i was in middle school, this cd came out and was great. it still is good. its such a mix of rock styles. but then came the next cd, the 1 that showed that the band was heading straight down the crapper. i mean, on their 1st cd they were doing a ska version of war's why can't we be friends, and on they're 3rd they were doing the monkees im a believer? somethings wrong somewhere. fush yu mang's ska sound and astro lounge's rock mix get it right, as the next 2 albums were quite frankly (...) pop.

1)Who's There?- mainstream sounding song about aliens or something like that 7/10
2)Diggin' Your Scene- they best song they ever wrote, such a good beat. of course i seem to love any song about someone who's pussy whipped 10/10
3)I Just Wanna See- kind of sounds like a happy hippie song from the '60s, about changing the world 7/10
4)Waste- depressing rock song about wasting your life. pretty good 9/10
5)All Star- overplayed and a little poppie (showed what was in their future), but a well written song about success 9/10
6)Satellite- nice rock sound on a song about a girl who's wondering a way from her bf 8/10
7)Radio- an awesome song that sounds like a fush yu mang song w/ a cool guitar sound. a song about hollywood. 10/10
8)Stoned- its funny that on this CD they're writing songs about getting stoned and on the new CD they're writing about a 7th grade dance. anyway this song has that longview kind of feel- start off slow then rock hard 9/10
9)Then The Morning Comes- and awesome little song w/ a great guitar sound. its about a hangover. 10/10
10)Road Man- influenced by the ska on fush yu mang, this is a true raggae song about some guy who had road rage and crashed his van 9/10
11)Fallen Horses- a sign of things to come. a pretty crappy pop song that i always skipped 4/10
12)Defeat You- a nice harder rocking song w/ a good message about getting back at someone 9/10
13)Come On, Come On- kind of a 60s rock feel but a good drum beat and ok lyrics 8/10
14)Home- just plain (...) weird. this song sounds like and alien ship has landed or something 5/10
15)Can't Get Enough of You Baby- a cover song w/ a nice rock feel and really horny, lust filled lyrics 9/10 ... Read more

Asin: B00000J7S9


Fush Yu Mang
Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars
Audio CD (12 August, 1997)
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Smashmouth have their gig down. They're a ska-metal combo and they look it, breathe it, and sound it--from the requisite short hair to the thumping bass to the mostly silly lyrics. They've got something more, though--namely a pop sensibility that really clicks, if only here and there. The brilliant single "Walking on the Sun," with its arch wordplay, great production and undeniable hooks, will probably land them on the ever-growing pile of 1990's one-hit wonders, but there's some other good stuff to investigate on Fush Yu Mang; chiefly the insightful props of "The Fonz" and the angry "Nervous in the Alley." You can forget the lame closing cover of War's "Why Can't We Be FriENDs" though. --Michael Ruby ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Fush Yu Mang
Fush Yu Mang is a very great Cd with Smash Mouth's oldest songs that were on the radio when i was 2! Fush Yu Mang actually means the F word and "You man". I thought it was a Chinese codeword sentence or something since you can barely read it on the cover in the unusual writing it's printed in. This Cd shows when Smash Mouth was getting started and cussed in their songs.

1. Flo. A pretty good beginning and pretty much one of my favorites on the Cd. ****

2. Beer Goggles. I like the Wooh-oh chorus at the beginning and the fact that it's only 2 minutes long! Pretty short song for a heavy-rock band. ****

3. Walking On The Sun. One of my favorite Smash Mouth oldies of the 90's. When it gets to the chorus singing "So don't delay, act now, supplies are running out" it's kinda hard to understand what everyone's saying. *****

4. Let's Rock. Extreme heavy metal beginning and the "Let's Rock" chorus metal is awesome. I like the middle part of the song where we hers guitars doing 50 and drums blaring. *****

5. Heave-Ho. Another one of my favorites. The drum and guitar rock is great along with the "I got a whiny neighbor" chorus and silly voices. *****

6. The Fonz. The "Houston here we go" static background vocal is a cool beginning then major drum and guitar blaring and rock. The "You're The Fonz" background vocals adds to the fun of the song. *****

7. Pet Names. The "X, Your X, Your X, chorus is my favorite part of the song and the ending with the lead singer asking pet names always getting "No X". Finally, after Pumpkinface he gets "X"

8. Padrino. One of my least favorites. **

9. Nervous In The Alley. Another least favorite song. **

10. Disconnect The Dots. Yet another least favorite. **

11. Push. Love it! Crazy guitar blaring music and awesome ending! *****

12. Why Can't We Be Friends?. Don't like it especially the incredibly long chorus repeating the song's name until it reachs 4:46. **

5-0 out of 5 stars The Greatest CD in the world
Every song on this cd is good! I think that Flo, Beer Goggles, and Nervous in the Alley are as good as Walking on the Sun! Smash mouth should have given the radio stations the whole cd instead of the Walkin on the Sun promo! Three best things in the world in one:

Best Artist: Smash mouth!

Best Album: Fush Yu Mang!

Best Song: Walking on the Sun!

5-0 out of 5 stars fush yu mang
Let's rock is a great song and so is walkin' on the sun.I always wanted fush yu mang. So smash mouth's fush yu mang is a great cd. ... Read more

Asin: B000001Y4P


Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water (Edited)
Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars
Audio CD (17 October, 2000)
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The splicing together of nu metal, rap, funk, and sterile electronica laced with dark melodies as infectious as anything Britney has to offer, inspired 6 million people to purchase copies of Limp Bizkit's Significant Other. With Chocolate Starfish, they perfect their formula. From the electro-infused "Intro" through the contagiously chugging "My Generation" to the straight-up rap of "Getcha Groove On," Chocolate Starfish is a slick, clinical, and flawless platform for Fred Durst's effortlessly savage--and occasionally unintentionally comic--sociological rants geared toward disaffected youth. Ultimately, though, it's that undeniably intelligent musical backdrop--the brooding guitar sound that gave the Mission Impossible 2 theme haunting new life and menace, and that defines "Hot Dog," "Full Nelson," "My Way," "Rollin'," "Boiler," and "It'll Be Okay"--that makes this a seething work of genius. The fact is, with rap and rock saying pretty much the same thing, Limp Bizkit have plenty of competition. They just do what they do better than everyone else. --Dan Gennoe ... Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars Lay off the cussing?
Overall, this album was a good one. However, I was slightly disappointed about how little Limp Bizkit has changed.

Now, call me crazy, but I thought LB was going to soften up a bit. Comparing "3 Dollar Bill, Y'all$" to "Significant Other", it seemed that Limp had made a drastic change. There were more melodic songs, some better rhymes, and meanings behind the songs. I noticed that the amount of profane language increased a tad, however. And to tell you the truth, I wasn't very happy. But I say, what the heck? It's a good album.

No matter how many times Fred would say the "F" word in "Significant Other", nothing would change my mind about Limp Bizkit changing. I expected A LOT more melodies, some good rhymes, and a lot less language...

Okay, the melodies were good. Yes, the ryhmes were excellent. But I was absolutely stupified when i heard "Hot Dog". He say the mother of all cusses, what, 48 times? I suppose the next Bizkit (if there is one) will be worse.

This was a great CD, but can't we lay off the cussing?

p.s. to whoever wrote the review saying "Rollin' (UAV)" is the best song: Xzibit isn't in it...he's in "Getcha Groove On"

5-0 out of 5 stars Limp Bizkit's Best CD!!!
First of all, this CD ROCKS. Limp Bizkit put together an excellent album here, yet not suitable for younger people (sorry...) I can find that I listen through the whole CD.

The album has the great, well-known tracks like "Rollin'", "My Way", "Boiler" and "Take a Look Around." Rollin is intense and a great party song. My Way has a great beat and awesome lyrics that you can listen to all day. Take a Look Around is the MI:2 theme song, and it is unbelievable. The guitar is awesome and the song is great to rock and dance to. Bioler is one of my favorite song. The whole song is great.

There are other really good songs on the CD that arent well known, such as Hot Dog, My Generation, and Livin' It Up. The whole CD is good.

If you are a rock fan and a Limp Bizkit fan, you should DEFINATELY buy this CD. Fred Durst, John Otto, Wes Borland, DJ Lethal, and Sam Rivers have done a great job on this CD. So I hope this has helped and that you order this CD.

5-0 out of 5 stars Truly the best of the best:)
How aamazon had gotton away with selling the best CDs for so little I will truly never know! OK the cover gave us all a little scare but the songs are the bomb! Livin it up is my personal fav but there are plenty of other great ones to. The limp is back and hes doing alot better than those no good critics thaught he would! This is truly the best heavy metal around today!
I found not one song that I didnt like! This CD truly cured my first for a great heavy metal band! The limp is certainly the best of the best!!!!!!!! ... Read more

Asin: B00004XOWN


Significant Other [Clean]
Average Customer Review: 4.25 out of 5 stars
Audio CD (22 June, 1999)
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Florida-bred metal-rappers Limp Bizkit sold a million-plus records of their debut largely on the strength of a George Michael cover song. But the band indeed had "Faith" and the group's second outing proves that the Bizkit have the goods. Still, it seems as if boastful frontman Fred Durst is loading the band's deck again, this time by including scads of guest vocalists, such as Stone Temple Pilots' singer Scott Weiland, Method Man from Wu-Tang Clan, and Korn's Jonathan Davis. (In fact, Korn gave Limp Bizkit a leg up in the industry.) But the 16 diverse yet cohesive tracks on Significant Other don't need any help. Not as heavy as their mentors Korn--or as they are on their debut--Bizkit give Everlast a run for his money on the tuneful and appealing "Rearranged." "Just Like This" is another winning hip-hop and rock entry, while the amusing and memorable "Nookie" (as in "I did it all for the nookie") has self-deprecating lyrics not unlike the Offspring's "Self-Esteem." Bizkit segues with ease from pleasing rock and hip-hop amalgam to spooky Tool territory on "Don't Go Off Wandering" to moshable moments in the entreaty "Show Me What You Got." Significant Other may be hard to categorize, but it's easy to like. --Katherine Turman ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars This CD is the best, and Limp Bizkit will be #1 forever
This cd rocks. I won it from the local radio station, along with tickets to their show. From that day on I was hooked. It is all I ever listen to. Limp Bizkit rules. This IS real music. Great bass and guitar on every song. Callaborations with people we have actually heard of before. If you buy one CD this year, buy this one. If you buy two, buy this one and 3 dollar bill y'all$. This CD rocks

5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome!
This is extremely cool and is edited pretty well for kids. My fav songs are "9 teen 90 nine", "Break Stuff", and "Show Me What You Got". All the songs are really cool and would highly recommend this CD to kids who love Limp Bizkit!

5-0 out of 5 stars Vintage Bizkit! This is the good stuff!
I like Limp Bizkit, I've liked them ever since this album. I didn't care for them that much on their first album because it seemed to repetitive. Bizkit is one of the real good rapcore bands. There are a few other good bands who have succeeded and been good like LB, like P.O.D. (Warriors!!!!) and Papa Roach and a couple more, these guys are great. I like this album alot especially the song "No Sex" it is the epitomy of Anti-Sex songs! Its funny too with a chorus like "Should have kept my pants on this time"! How can you not like it. The hits are old now and aren't worth listening to that much but the other tracks are better anyway. Anyone who misses when this was good music needs to click the helpful button. Also buy Chocolate Starfish and Hotdog Flavored Water which is just as good if only harder! ... Read more

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