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Three Dollar Bill, Y'All
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
Audio CD (01 July, 1997)
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Editorial Review

Rap metal has been around ever since 1986 when Run-DMC and Aerosmith joined forces for a remake of "Walk This Way," but it took nearly a decade for Rage Against the Machine to bust the floodgates wide open. Soon after, a stream of percussive hellraisers including Korn, Downset, and Deftones infiltrated the metal market, and they, in turn, sired a new breed fronted by acts like Snot and Limp Bizkit. Three Dollar Bill Y'All, Limp Bizkit's debut album, is a tempestuous collection of divergent styles. Unlike metal acts that try to get "dope," but lack the hip-hop background to legitimately fuse the two genres, Limp Bizkit--which features Wes Borland and House of Pain member DJ Lethal--have the know-how to groove and grind. And instead of launching a one-dimensional Blitzkrieg, Limp Bizkit mixes up its rhythms and tempos to keep its listeners guessing. --Jon Wiederhorn ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars I feel like I need to say something here
I refuse to let the average of this album drop as low as their new releases because of stupid reviewers who just hate LB in GENERAL, but know nothing about this album.Giving every LB album 1 star due to their later embarrassments might seem like a good idea, but anyone who actually gives this a listen will realize they had a lot of musical potential, and not even Fred could ruin the music on this album.Even if you hate his vocals, the lyrics on this album aren't quite as mind-numbingly stupid as later CDs.In fact, I think he only says the name "Limp Bizkit" once on the whole album, they weren't famous yet, so he couldn't talk about them being so.This album has nostalgic value for me, as I used to listen to it all the time, I still find it enjoyable today.

In conclusion, I very much agree with the Wickerman's "they had potential" review.LB has a very unique melodic style.The only difference between our opinions is I find the album more tolerable.

1-0 out of 5 stars Pure sh**!
This is garbage! There's good songs!!! THere isn't even average songs! I hate this band!

4-0 out of 5 stars the best bizkit album
this album has agreat sound to it.
Has a right mix of punk/hip hop i've ever heard.
It showed the band had a future.
Then Fred had to go and screw it up.
Fred just had to take the rap thing a little to far.
I can see what korn seen in the band at first.
But fred ran off wes whitch was a big part of why the band was so good.
This album will always be one of my favorites. ... Read more

Asin: B000001Y42
Subjects:  1. Pop    2. Rock   


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Significant Other
Average Customer Review: 3.5 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 Not as Good as Debut, But still great
This album has it all. Angry blaring songs like "Break Stuff" to the cooler , more mellow ones such as "Re-arranged".I love this album.I still play it all the time.I've loved Limp Bizkit when they were real popular back in the day and I still do.I don't care if people think im uncool because of the music i listen to.

Overall I recomend buying this album.You will not regret it.

1-0 out of 5 stars Terrible!
This is the most overrated band in the music history since Tool...piece of sh**! This is awful! Why are you here???

1-0 out of 5 stars limp bizkit
the music is bad hands down, but i think the name limp bizkit is cool for two reasons and both being very descriptive reasons of this music and the band members

1) limp: i'm sure all the members are limp and have to use tweezers as masturbation tools because their thingofabots are so small and limp.

2) bizkit: biscuits is another name for turds which can be easily compared to the music and intelligence levels of "bizkit" and his fellow band members.

... Read more

Asin: B00000JCB2
Subjects:  1. Alternative Metal    2. Heavy Metal    3. Pop    4. Post-Grunge    5. Rap-Metal    6. Rock   


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Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water
Average Customer Review: 3.0 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 Solid Album
This was a pretty good album by Limp Bizkit. This album was the peak of limp's success.

The songs were well writed except there was way too much profanity.I dont mind hearing "F-This" or "F-That" every now and then but Fred over did it a little.They didn't need to curse so much to be successful because "My Way" and "Boiler" are great songs with minimal cursing.

Every song on this album is worth listening to.My generation and Rollin are real good hits.As is "Getcha Groove On".I normaly hate it when bands associate with rappers but this is the one case where ill make an exception.The vocals and beat couldn't be any better.

The only downfall to this album is the overused profanity and they went a little bit on the softside, breaking away with 3 Dollar Bill.

Overall i recomend this to people who dont mind frequent use of profanity and who like good frat-boy rock.

5-0 out of 5 stars Good
mmmm.... i like chocolate and hot dogs so this album gets 5 stars. LIMP BIZKIT RULES!!!!!!!!!!

1-0 out of 5 stars Limp Bizket
Limp Bizket is worthless and nothing good to listen to. My ears bleed whenever I hear it. Its terrible, and its just a younger version of Linkin Park..but mostly RAP..Its garbage....Its pure stupid. ... Read more

Asin: B00004XOWM
Subjects:  1. Alternative Metal    2. Heavy Metal    3. Pop    4. Rap-Metal    5. Rap-Rock    6. Rock   


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Results May Vary (Bonus DVD)
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
Audio CD (23 September, 2003)
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1-0 out of 5 stars Limp Bizkit Has Always Sucked
I don't get it. Some people usually like the first Limp Bizkit album, "Three Dollar Bill, Yall$", and they avoid the rest. Yes, "Three Dollar Bill, Yall$" is underrated, but it is good? No. It's not really that different from all of the other Limp Bizkit releases (especially this P.O.S.). Fred Durst can't rap worth crap on ANY record. Just listen to this crap record and listen to "Three Dollar Bill". Really, it's not that different. Limp Bizkit has always been terrible. You may not agree with me, but the musicians have no talent and Fred Durst ruins everything. Just because CD's are underrated doesn't mean that they're always good.

If you want some good rap-metal, get these records instead:

Rage Against The Machine - self-titled
One Minute Silence - Available In All Colors
Orange 9mm - Driver Not Included
Faith No More - The Real Thing
Anthrax - I'm The Man EP
Candiria - 300 Percent Density
E.Town Concrete - The Second Coming
Downset - self-titled

Or see my Listmania list called "Rap Metal That Doesn't Suck". Limp Bizkit has always been terrible.

1-0 out of 5 stars Behind Blue Eyes ?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?
Cheap-Trick - When you get nothing else to put in your worthless album, add a cover version of a popular song.. everyone else now does it, why would LimpBizkit stay away -"Behind Blue Eyes" is the result..

The worst-rock-band-of-all-time's worst album. Copycats !! I can't stand that voice (same goes to Linkin Park)..if Backstreet boys could afford buying a couple of guitars and gazettes, then even they could have been more rocking than Bizkit.

5-0 out of 5 stars good cd
i really dont no wat everyones problem is with limp bizkit, i like them and this cd is actually really good, fred sings in it for once. i really cant understand why everyone hates this band, i love this cd. ... Read more

Asin: B0000C7PS1
Sales Rank: 63211
Subjects:  1. Alternative Metal    2. Pop    3. Rap-Metal    4. Rock   


The Family Values Tour '98
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
Audio CD (30 March, 1999)
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If you missed 1998's Family Values tour featuring Incubus, Orgy, Limp Bizkit, Ice Cube, Rammstein, and Korn, fear not: 15 tracks from the aforementioned bands, plus "interludes," add up to well over an hour of neo-metal-angst-rap that can be enjoyed without venturing into a mosh pit. The CD is a cool deal in that it contains the best songs from each lineup, including radio hits such as Orgy's cover of New Order's "Blue Monday," Limp Bizkit's breakthrough version of George Michael's "Faith," and Rammstein's incendiary Germanic ode "Du Hast." Korn's medley of older material and singles from Follow the Leader prove why they're the headliners. In fact, this CD--and the tour itself--was partly based on the accurate assumption that Korn have such a strong influence that any band they tour with must appear Korn-approved kool to the kids. Both Ice Cube and Rammstein seem out of place, though kudos to Korn for including them. Ultimately, Family Values '98 is a great sampler for a metal-rap neophyte. --Katherine Turman ... Read more

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3-0 out of 5 stars decent
its decent but y is ice cube here he is the worst performer but korn ruled i dont like bizkit orgy was good rammestien was good but only one song dont like incubus

2-0 out of 5 stars I don't own this, but where is the rammstein?
I see that Rammstein peformed on this tour, but where are the songs by them? OK, so they have Du Hast, but common, they have like 20 great songs! Korn and Bizkit suck, let us all understand that who aren't 12 year olds. Orgy and Rammstein need more tracks on this album! What is wrong with the people that made this???

2-0 out of 5 stars must have been an off-night
i'll be first to say that i was totally unimpressed with the sets by korn and limp bizkit but extremely surprised when orgy played the best set by far on this entire album.like many people i bought it when it first came out in 1998/1999 at which point it quickly earned a place at the bottom of my pile of cd cases. i was still a fan of korn at this point and "nu-metal" in general before it was actually called that.what can i say, it all seems silly and stupid in retrospect (and it probably is) but for about a year it seemed like this kind of music was going to be THE new alternative movement in america; comparisons to nirvana and the seattle sound were rampant in music publications.as we all know, this forecast came to naught and record sales started to slip around the time the three year mark of the 1999 breakthroughs of many of these bands was reached.everyone likes to pretend they weren't picking their jaw up off the floor the first time they heard anything from the first three korn albums now that that kind of music has fallen out of favor into the bottomless pit of passe, but the energy from these bands was definately infectious for the time (except for limp bizkit, who always sucked).the first two orgy albums and first three korn albums still remain a guilty pleasure of mine, having come before they became the generic has-beens they are now.out of all the bands featured on this album, korn seems to be the only one (barring incubus) that even has a single leg left to stand on nowadays.

anyway, onto the music.most of the people that bought this album way back in 1998 bought it for either the korn or limp bizkit tracks, obviously.limp bizkit sounds ok but their music is another matter.in short, you can't polish a turd.korn, on the other hand, sound genuinely bad on many of the tracks. jonathan davis sings like he has the flu while fieldy seems to have doubled his bass volume when the engineer wasn't looking before the show.munky and head sound buried much farther in the mix than they should be.overall, a sense of muddiness prevails.the shot liver medley is about the only salvagable thing korn did with their alotted time on the album.the opening bagpipe strains of "shoots and ladders" float out ethereally and then proceed to fall into a mishmash of recent and older korn songs.ice cube and rammstein sound about like you'd expect them to, a huge-scale listening party of their album. this is to be expected; they aren't relying largely on unpredictable conventional instruments to create their on-stage sound and as such sound much more cohesive.

the biggest surprises by far on this entire live album came courtesy of then-newcomers orgy.they were still very much rookies when they played the first family values tour and even now they come across as strikingly tight, cohesive, punchy, and fresh.as such, orgy takes the cake for the best performance on the album.

case in point, i wouldn't run out and buy this album just because you like the bands on it.many of them have released other live volumes that are generally of higher quality to date.most of the music, although less than 6 years old, sounds sorely dated; especially given the shake-ups in the rock landscape over the past few years. ... Read more

Asin: B00000ICNX
Subjects:  1. Alternative Metal    2. Alternative Pop/Rock    3. Funk Metal    4. Heavy Metal    5. Industrial Metal    6. Pop    7. Post-Grunge    8. Rap-Metal    9. Rap-Rock    10. Rock   


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Family Values Tour 1999
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
Audio CD (23 May, 2000)
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The joke's starting to look a little worn around the edges. It's facile to observe that the people who toss the phrase "family values" around don't have Limp Bizkit, Korn, Filter, or Primus in mind when they talk about wholesome entertainment. Well, duh. That said, this a solid collection for those who like the aforementioned bands and their allies, though just about all of this stuff is available in other versions. One highlight is Staind's heavy-duty "Mudshovel," though the best performances overall are from Limp Bizkit, which explains why they provide 4 of the 16 tracks on the album and no other act serves up more than 2. Tracks from Method Man and the Crystal Method weirdly break up the metal that dominates, and there's the obligatory acoustic bonus track, featuring Aaron Lewis of Staind and Fred Durst of Limp Bizkit. --Genevieve Williams ... Read more

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3-0 out of 5 stars Good bands, decent collection.
I would think this would appeal mostly to those who saw this tour, but it's still a good disc. I don't like it as much as the 1998 tour, but it's still good. "Limp Bizkit" dominates this collection, but there's still good songs from "Primus", "Staind", and "The Crystal Method". The live "Outside" is the bonus song here, and "Durst" also covers "I Would For You", which is an old "Jane's Addiction" song, though it's not near as great as the original. Overall this is good if you like the bands, otherwise it doesn't have much "Value".

3-0 out of 5 stars hmmm...
"Family values" is pretty good live album that features some most shining alternative/metal stars from end of century.of course Staind's "Mudshovel" or Primus "Laquer head" are great as other tracks but the appearance of Method man and redman is quite scary.And Korn's is not sounding so good on here,without a kick.they had a bad day or what?
also the sound is not superb.bass is vanishing somewhere or it tottaly blows your speakers out so you can't hear other instruments.if the production was better than i would give it 1 star more.also - why do we need it? tracks are all like studio versions (except fred durst's "I would for you" that appears only on this cd) and you can get them with better sound on other compilation albums...
well i have got mixed feelings about it.a good compilation from this tournee.i mean,fans will buy it but i wuoldn't call it a great album.just a compilation.not the strongest one around...

3-0 out of 5 stars A decent little package.
Seeing how I have had this CD for two and a half years now and have reviewed the other two Family Values live discs (1998, 2001), I figured what better time than now to review the 1999 disc which, despite it's shortcomings, delivers a great sounding live show. Before I go on in this review, I should mention how crisp and clear the sound quality is on all of the songs. If only all live albums could sound this good.

The headliners in 1999 were Limp Bizkit, who after being the opening act on the 1998 tour, had finally reached superstardom with two multi-platinum albums under their belts. And what better time than before their 15 minutes of fame was over for them to headline. Really, the band is in top-form on here. All of the LB tracks (sans "I Would For You," a Jane's Addiction cover) draw from "Significant Other," which still stands to date as their most successful (and in my opinion, best) album. Although the song selection is a little weak, they still deliver an excellent performance. I especially enjoyed listening to "Nookie" and "Re-Arranged."

Korn are also featured on here, but not as extensively as Limp Bizkit, for two reasons: One, Korn were not the headliners and two, Korn only appeared for a few dates on the tour. That being said, however, their selection on here is great. You get a combo of "A.D.I.D.A.S." and "Good God" that just sounds excellent and a nice rendition of "Falling Away From Me" that only suffers from Jonathan's strained vocals (I suspect he had a cold or something).

Minimally featured are the Crystal Method and the hip-hop duo Method Man & Redman. Crystal Method perform "Keep Hope Alive" and it is the only track of theirs that is on here. I like Crystal Method, but live techno? Kind of pointless. I think the CD could have benefited from more Method Man and Redman, the latter being one of the best and most underrated MC's of the 90's. Their contribution "Da Rockwilder" serves as a nice break in the otherwise alternative/nu-metal clutter.

Staind give their radio-hit "Mudshovel" a nice performance, andfrontman Aaron Lewis shines on the acoustic track "Outside," which everyone has heard by now and ended up being the song that catapulted them into fame.

Primus contribute two songs "Lacquer Head" and "My Name is Mud" that are pretty enjoyable, but for the uninitiated, might be boring. They sort of stick out like a sore thumb on this tour, but give a nice performance nontheless.

Finally, Filter. I have nothing against Filter, and the two songs they contribute are really good songs ("Welcome To The Fold" and "Hey Man, Nice Shot"), but they sound like complete cacophony on here. Really, listening to them perform on this CD I get the impression that they must be the worst live band ever. These tracks will make even die-hard fans cringe.

So, overall, I think this is a pretty good live CD. Once you can get past the pointless, preachy, typical Fred Durst rambling throughout the booklet, you'll enjoy it. But just like the other two Family Values CD's, it's hit or miss. If you didn't like any of the bands before, this CD won't change your mind, but if you happen to be a fan, you will find something to make you happy on here -- That is, unless you're a Filter fan... ... Read more

Asin: B00004STQ4
Subjects:  1. Alternative Metal    2. Funk Metal    3. Heavy Metal    4. Pop    5. Rap-Metal    6. Rap-Rock    7. Rock   


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Break Stuff [Australia CD Single]
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
Audio CD (13 June, 2000)
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5-0 out of 5 stars A true five star single 4 videos 2 hit songs 1 remix 1B-side
This single contains four tracks. Starting with Break Stuff, a hit song from Limp Bizkit's Significant Other album. Then there is an exclusive track called Crushed, which is a simple song, nothing special. The third song is Limp Bizkit's first hit Faith and the single ends with a remix of Counterfeit that sounds better than the original with a new melody backing Fred's vocals. Finally, there is a huge CD Extra when you put it into your CD ROM, four videos (Faith, Nookie, Re Arranged,and N2-Gether Now). The unfortunate thing about the videos first is that they are not full screen the lyrics are edited (no swears, no middle fingers like on MTV). There is an additional few seconds on each video from the originals on MTV, making this a true collector's item. Five star import all the way, one of the best imports in the world.

5-0 out of 5 stars Break Stuff review (top song)
WHAT CAN I SAY?????? Limp Bizkit u rule. This is the best rock song i have heard in my life. The lyrics are cool and so are the band. This is a song for everyone and is a good listen for any with a bad day at the office. This may be offensive like it says on the cover, but this makes the song. This track is wicked. There are so many good things to say about this track but there is not enough space to type them. Limp are the best.

5-0 out of 5 stars Nice Single
This single is pretty hip.It has Faith, which appeared on Limp Bizkit's Three Dollar Bill, Y'all, Counterfeit, a song that also appeared on Three Dollar Bill, Y'all, appears in this Australian Break Stuff single, butmixed, and is now dubbed Counterfeit(Lethal Dose Mix), it has the albumversion of Break Stuff, the previously unreleased track, Crushed, and thisgreat single has 4 music videos.4! It has the videos of Faith, Nookie,Re-arranged, and N2 Gether Now.This is a great single.Get It! ... Read more

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Sales Rank: 171115
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Take a Look Around [France CD #2]
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
Audio CD (05 September, 2000)
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4-0 out of 5 stars Mission Impossible has never been FUNKIER
Although I must admit I'm not really a big fan of rap / metal crossover acts, but this single by Limp Bizkit really blew me away.Some people think that by creating the song, Limp Bizkit has done nothing short of sacrilege to the myth of Mission Impossible, but what they have accomplished is the opposite, they brought the Mission Impossible theme to a new generation of audiences.The guitar riffs and excellent bass lines were killers, hats off to Fred Durst and company for providing us with a masterpiece.The added video and extra audio tracks make this a must buy.So even if you are not a fan of rapmetal fusion (like myself) do check this one out, I personally guarantee it, you'll find it simply IMPOSSIBLE to ignore.

5-0 out of 5 stars Awsome cd
This cd is awsome with 2 songs and an awsome video. ... Read more

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Rollin'
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
Audio CD (13 February, 2001)
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1-0 out of 5 stars Really lame, nothing new for limp
This Durst guy can really get on your nerves. He's so annoying with his bragging and his i-am-cooler-than-thou trip. And the way he sometimes kind of yodels is so ridiculous, but of course fits the ridiculous music. How many times does he say "rolling", I lost count. Did I mention how annoying it is? Go listen to some REAL metal, such as Pantera, Slayer, Cannibal Corpse, or Black Sabbath. Or to those who really know how to mix rap with rock and do it honestly - Rage Against the Machine and the Chili Peppers - they did it first, when it wasn't the mainstream thing to do yet. These guys are just posers, jumping on the bandwagon just to capitalize on the trend of the moment. All their cds are the same, especially the chocolate hot dog or whatever the stupid name of the cd is, it's the worst of the worst. Word.

5-0 out of 5 stars LIMP BIZKITS BEST SONG EVER!!!!!!!!!
The rock version of Rollin' just rules.Every time I hear it,it must be played at high volume.I never cared too much for the rap version,but the rock version just kicks (you know what).You can buy this single,but I would prefer buying the CD,because it kicks (you know).BUY IT!!!!!!!!

Peace Out.

4-0 out of 5 stars Keep Rollin, but not with your homies!
Rollin' is the best song on the album Chocolate Starfish & the Hot Dog Flavored Water.There are 2 versions: Air Raid and Urban Assault.Air raid is just soooooo much better, Urban Assault is pretty damn good, too.I listen to the album every day, and I play this track after listening to "Livin' it Up".If you don't want the album, buy the Rollin' singles.They're very good. ... Read more

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Sales Rank: 345062
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My Generation, Pt. 2
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
Audio CD (21 November, 2000)
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5-0 out of 5 stars A whole new Limp Bizkit
Limp Bizkit takes you to a whole new place with there hit My generation, Freds killer lyrics and john Otto's insane drumming make this Infinite Radio at Skaterat.com s number one track as well as many other stations. ... Read more

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My Generation, Pt. 1
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Great CD and Poster!
Amazing. These guys have the knack for not releasing good songs. Even so, My Generation is a good song, and the poster is great! Extreme close-up! LB has done it again.

5-0 out of 5 stars The Masters Review (dedicated to Fred Durst)
AMAZING: Limp Bizkit have done it again. First Nookie then Break Stuff (the best) then take a look around and now this. Things are going good for Limp. My personal favorite is Break Stuff but this single nearly matches this. With DJ Lethals smooth scratching and Fred Dursts rude lyrics this is another off the hook hit for the lads. WELL DONE FELLAS YOU ARE THE BOMB! F**K GREENDAY! ... Read more

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My Way [Import CD #1]
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
Audio CD (03 July, 2001)
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4-0 out of 5 stars This is a good song.
I used to think this was the best Limp Bizkit song until I heard "Boiler". This is still a very good song though...

No F-words in this one! (gasp!)

Anyways, a great song. Jump up and down to this one.

2-0 out of 5 stars Limp Bizkit manage to sound good here. For a split-second.
My Way starts off as an unusually good track for Limp Bizkit. The nifty guitar playing and good vocals enhance it well. I thought perhaps they had finally had the sense to make a good song that would redeem them from the awful Rollin'. Unfortunately when the verse starts that awful Durst whingy whiny rap starts. Shame, they could have been doing something right for once.

3-0 out of 5 stars good, good
this is a good song not talkin too much but a bit too expecive and compared to tthe other songs it is not great but still good.and i like the poster too. any way if you are a limp bizkit fan (like me) buy it ... Read more

Asin: B00005EBSJ
Sales Rank: 331097
Subjects:  1. Alternative Metal    2. Pop    3. Rap-Rock    4. Rock    5. Rock/Pop   


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Woodstock 99 Vol. 1: Red Album
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
Audio CD (15 February, 2000)
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1-0 out of 5 stars Garbage, total garbage- disgrace to rock music!
1999 was the year that the mainstream music scene started to sink, and continued to sink for a good 4 or 5 years, till it got 10 times bad now as it was then... However there ARE a few exceptions.. maybe I should go through this P.O.S. track by track:

1. Korn- YUCK! Korn sucks, sucks, SUCKS! I hate them, as I hate mostly all nu-metal

2. Offspring- I like their old stuff, everything up to Smash, but well this is one of their more tolerable newer songs...

3. Lit- bleh.. don't like pop-punk :P

4. Buckcherry- This band is pretty good, I wonder what happened to them...

5. Kid Rock- need i say anything here? :P

6. Limp Bizkit- Total GARBAGE- They are the worst band EVER next to Good Charlotte and Fred Durst is a stupid, immature, filthy, unholy pig! He represents all that is disgusting and wrong!

7. Rage- now THIS is rap-rock done RIGHT!

8. Metallica: i only go for their pre-Black Album stuff, and luckily they were smart enough to put a pre-Black Album song on..

9. Creed- I liked a few songs on 'My Own Prison', but NOTHING after that :PHowever this is a very nice cover of a Doors classic

10. Sevendust- One of the few nu-metal bands I really like.. how the hell do Korn and Limp Bizkit get more attention than them, just HOW???

11. DMX- yuck- I'm partial to SOME rap, but I can't stand DMX... Ice Cube would have been better, I think he was there too

12. Godsmack: another one of the few nu-metal bands I like,, and this is one of my favorite songs by them

13. Megadeth- BEST track on here from one of the BEST metal bands ever :)

14. Bush- I liked their 'Sixteen Stone' cd but other than that I find them kind of dull.. but this song luckily is from Sixteen Stone..

15. Live- not really a big fan, but this is one of their songs I really like

16. the fire interlude- what a waste of space... geez they could have put on a Collective Soul song or something!

17. RHCP- very nice cover of a Hendrix classic.. it's too bad that song lived up to their performance... oh well, SOME people,, ya know?

In conclusion, Woodstock 99 was a total waste of 3 very hot days... In 69 we had Hendrix and The Who, now in 99 we have Korn and Limp Bizkit... i think 94 should have been the final one.. THAT one at least had some good stuff...

And of course the blue disc is mostly crap- the only good mellow stuff that was there was Moe. and G Love & Special Sauce, and I like Everlast a little bit, and I'm partial to a few Everclear songs, even though I think they get kind of repetitve...

hope we dont have a 2004 one.. I can't imagine a WOODSTOCK with Good Charlotte and New Found Glory, or with Puddle of Mudd and Nickelback.....

5-0 out of 5 stars How Come The Blue Album Got A Better Overall Rating?
I don't know. The Blue Album's a complete waste. BUY THIS ONLY. It has the good bands: Korn, Kid Rock, The Offspring, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Godsmack, Metallica, Megadeth, etc. If they can maintane it this time, I wouldn't mind seeing another Woodstock...but that's just my opinion.

3-0 out of 5 stars Some Good Stuff.
It is fair to say that Woodstock '99 failed musically because it eventually turned into a riot-like spectacle of rape, drunk lunacy and one bad fire. And then again, the music isn't even that great. The first volume of the "Woodstock '99" set is more of an example of how much the music and culture have changed since the festival first took place in 1969 (where Jimi Hendrix performed the National Anthem). There are few notable great tracks here, but when they work they're some great hard rock. Bands like Limp Bizkit, Kid Rock, Korn and Sevendust offer nothing more than senseless distortion or just plain stupid lyrics and repetitive sound. This is music that grows lame with age. DMX is especially a big question mark, considering this is the rock album and aside from his completely retarded song, there's no point in him being here. Yet there are still some great performances. Rage Against The Machine delivers an exhilarating, crunching "Bulls On Parade" while Metallica tears up the place with "Creeping Death," a good reminder of what real heavy metal is. The playing is fast and intricate while James Heatfield delivers a devilish vocal. The best cut in the album is Creed performing "Roadhouse Blues" with Robby Krieger, guitarist for The Doors. Scott Stapp does a great job filling in for legendary frontman Jim Morrison. The irony here is that The Doors were somewhat snubbed from playing at the original Woodstock because of their reputation and the fear that they might bring a more violent air to the concert. 30 years later and one of the Doors gets to play and it STILL turns into a riot. Krieger pulls off a great blues solo while Mark Tremonti delivers a burning rhythm guitar. Bush is another notable track with their signature tune, "Everything Zen" which burns and pushes forward with an exhilarating feel (especially with some great slide guitar work). Gavin Rossdale delivers a ferocious, grungy vocal. One of the more fun moments is when the Red Hot Chilli Peppers do a cover of Jimi Hendrix's "Fire." It's a fitting tribute to Hendrix and the Woodstock spirit. In the end we get some memorable rock and some memorable crap, but for good or bad reasons, Woodstock '99 will be one to remember. ... Read more

Asin: B00004HYN3
Sales Rank: 179652
Subjects:  1. Alternative Metal    2. Alternative Pop/Rock    3. Hard Rock    4. Heavy Metal    5. Pop    6. Post-Grunge    7. Rap-Metal    8. Rap-Rock    9. Rock   


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MTV: The Return of the Rock, Vol. 2
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
Audio CD (07 November, 2000)
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The title of this second compilation begs all sorts of questions, such as what happened to the rock? Where did it go? When did it come back? And when did MTV start showing videos again? This compilation won't really answer these questions, but it does give an idea of the state of rock & roll circa 2000. Rock sort of vanished for awhile, while alternative, industrial, and hip-hop took the limelight. The rock bands that have emerged in the wake of several subcultures going mainstream more or less simultaneously have absorbed the strengths of those subcultures, turning the rock of 2000 into a very different beast from what existed in 1990. You can consequently put all kinds of things under the rock umbrella: Limp Bizkit, (hed) Planet Earth, and P.O.D., who all reference hip-hop; Marilyn Manson and Orgy, who borrow from industrial; and U.P.O. and Nickelback, who sound for all the world like they're trying to be Alice in Chains. Like its predecessor, this compilation includes bands both well-known and obscure who've absorbed genres that had small, select audiences a decade ago. If you can't beat 'em, co-opt 'em. --Genevieve Williams ... Read more

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1-0 out of 5 stars This Compilation Blows
It's mostly a bunch of nu-metal crap that they overplay on the radio stations. However, the good tracks are by Spineshank, Cold, Soulfly, (hed) pe, U.P.O. and the Deftones track isn't that bad either, although the original sounds much better.

Papa Roach sucks, but not as bad as Limp Bizkit! The Disturbed track isn't that great, but Nickelback and Linkin Park? God forbid. The Fuel track is horrendous, and the P.O.D. track is crap.

DO NOT BUY THIS B.S. EXCUSE FOR A COMPILATION! The Headbangers Ball compilations are worth your money, not this crap.

5-0 out of 5 stars very good
i love this because there are unrealised tracks on it. and sum great bands.

5-0 out of 5 stars Better Than Volume 1.
MTV's back, with another album full of bands that Kurt Loder and Carson Daly have no idea who they are. But, beside that, this is a good Cd for true rock fans, who don't just go and purchase anything MTV puts out. I'll now review the songs I like:
1.Limp Bizkit-Show Me What You Got (Live)-2/5-A weird choice to put on here as a song, even more a weirder choice to put on here as a song...live, pretty much because it's a thanks song. But, besides that, the original pretty much [stinks] and it sounds awful live, and it annoys me on how much MTV love Limp Bizkit, to put them as the first track, in front of all the other bands that have so much more talent then them. That's a [downer].
2.Papa Roach-Legacy-5/5-An rare cut from Papa Roach, and it's awesome. MTV made a good choice on this pick, unlike something else. (See previous.)
3.Spineshank-Synthetic-4/5-Here's one of the bands I was talking about: Carson Daly probably has no idea who Spineshank is. But, here it is, one of Spineshank's best. The songs pretty loud, except for the verses.
4.Disturbed-God Of The Mind-5/5-Like Papa Roach's "Legacy", this is a rare cut from Disturbed, which can also be found on (I think) the Dracula 2000 soundtrack. It has that Disturbed touch to it, which makes you just love it.
5.Cold-Just Got Wicked-4/5-Just like Spineshank, Carson Daly has no idea. Cold's a great band, and they deserve more popularity. I think they're better than Staind, but Staind still rocks, too. This is a good song, but does get old. They better release their new album soon.
6.Deftones-Change (In The House Of Flies)(Acoustic)-4/5-Not as good as the original, which attained many new fan for the Deftones, but it's still good.
7.Nickelback-Leader Of Men-4/5-Kinda overrated, this is Nickelback's first single, ever. Great, but it just gets dulled down by all the hype.
8.Linkin Park-One Step Closer-4/5-Like you don't know this song.
10.POD-Freestyle (Knock 'Em Out The Box Mix)-2/5-I didn't like the original versionof this, and this is even worse, but I'm a POD fan, and I don't have the heart to give them a 0 or 1.
14. Goin' Down - Godsmack-2/5-Like the previous: I don't like this song, but I'm a Godsmack fan...and you know the rest.
16.Orgy-The Spectrum-5/5-A cool Orgy song, which could be found on the first thousand or so copies of "Vapor Transmission". Very rare, and MTV is kind enough to re-release it, in all it's glory, on their album.

If you're gonna get a "Return Of The Rock" album, get this first, as it has many more likable songs. ... Read more

Asin: B0000508WI
Subjects:  1. Alternative Metal    2. Alternative Pop/Rock    3. Heavy Metal    4. Industrial Metal    5. Pop    6. Post-Grunge    7. Rap-Metal    8. Rock   


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WBCN Naked 2000
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
Audio CD (30 November, 1999)
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3-0 out of 5 stars Different from other WBCN recordings
This CD is a good collection of new music recorded live in concert settings.

It does not have the diversified or acoustic "in the studio" flavor of past WBCN releases.

Good if you like the genre of harder alternative music.Not too good if you are looking for one of those good acoustic recordings of the artists' works.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Live Rock
this is a great album for you if you like live stuff, this album is fullof the best live shows of 99/early 2000... this cd is made by my hometownradio station WBCN the rock revolution 104.1 boston! i luv the station andthe cd, so if ur in need of sum great live stuff, by this album, you wontbe dissapionted.....

4-0 out of 5 stars A reflection of '99 in live music
Of the 3 WBCN albums this is heavier and has more live concert performances- it reflects '99 well with songs by Korn, Limp B, 311, Blink 182, Kid Rock, Moby, and Everlast.The performances are more live showsvs. live studio like the other albums.There's not as much depth orcomplexity unearthed in the songs, but you get more raw energy-verydifferent than Naked 1&2, but still good ... Read more

Asin: B000034DI1
Sales Rank: 148629
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The Family Values Tour '98
by Korn
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
DVD (29 October, 2002)
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3-0 out of 5 stars Worth Watching Not Buying
This is one to rent. Rammstein's live performance was spectacular. It's hard to outshine them in that area. When Till whiped out his fake dick and hosed down the audience.... I hope that freaked some people out who'd never heard of the band. Crazy kinky psycho Germans. Good stuff.

Korn was good too. I loved the All in the Family performance. Definately worth seeing. If you like more than 2 or 3 of the bands, maybe you'd find it worth buying. Like previous reviewers said, there are better DVDs out there for each band. Rammstein fans should definately check out Live Aus Berlin.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best DVD Ever
First I should say im no fan of Ice Cube Or Limp Bizkit but i must give them credit for groups i dislike alot they did a damn good job on their performances. Orgys set was really good they should of had more time though they played both their hits (blue monday, Stiches) and did revival. I tip my hat to those guys. Rammstein well they were ummm really original with the whole fake ding dong and the fire but whatever. Korn took the cake they were the best doing "Faget" Blind" "A.D.I.D.A.S" and others you all must buy this DVD

1-0 out of 5 stars Very bad DVD
This is one of the worst dvds. The performances are bad and the quality is bad. I like Korn, Ice Cube and especially Rammstein, but there are better dvds featuring these artists than this one. And by the way Rammstein rules, watch their concerts on the "live aus Berlin" and "lichtspielhaus" dvds and you will see how a live performance has to look like.

-> this family values 98 dvd is crap ... Read more

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Sales Rank: 12081
Subjects:  1. Music Video - Soul   


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Woodstock '99
by Woodstock '99
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
DVD (29 October, 2002)
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For all but the most apathetic viewers, this concert souvenir isenjoyable in inverse proportion to familiarity with the real-life Woodstock '99 festival:the less you know about the hour-to-hour experiences of the audience and the event's violent denouement, the more you can enjoy the show. This 2½-hour summation, which offers one song each from 29 of the artists that appeared, can be viewed as a grab bag of funk, rock, hip-hop, and pop spanning several generations of performers, from show opener James Brown ("Sex Machine") to bad-boy rockers Limp Bizkit ("Show Me What You Got"), congregating under the would-be "brand" (as event promoters have baldly called it) first established on Yasgur's farm 30 years earlier.

The '99 edition, however, wasn't your father's Woodstock, despite the involvement of one of the original event's promoters.Moved to a decommissioned military airfield, cordoned by pricey concession and crafts stands, and designed to feed pay-per-view and cable TV (and, of course, the eventual home video version), Woodstock '99 seems far removed from the "peace, love, and music" mission of its namesake. Shooting on videotape, the production crew delivers a smoothly edited, crisply rendered concert with equally good audio resolution; if the team of directors occasionally cuts to the crowd, and to such mild (and mildly exploitative) provocations as topless female fans, dancing to the nonstop music, this is much less a cultural document than a straightforward concert video largely shorn of the drama.Given that the program's executive producers were the event's promoters, no one would reasonably expect them to 'fess up to deteriorating site sanitation or the eventual rape and riot that cast a dark shadow over the event.

With those indignities edited out, we're left with a lineup includingG. Love & Special Sauce, Jamiroquai, Lit, Live, Sheryl Crow, DMX, the Offspring, Korn, Bush, Kid Rock, Everclear, Dave Matthews Band, Alanis Morissette, Metallica, Rage Against the Machine, Everlast, Elvis Costello, Jewel, Megadeth, and the Red Hot Chili Peppers, among others.Even with some individually lackluster turns, the sheer length of the bill is impressive--and, unlike the real event, you can fast-forward through the occasional "feel-good" interludes that try to graft some semblance of community onto the event, or such musical low points as the "feel-bad" rap-rock of Insane Clown Posse ("F* the World," an utterly pointless exercise in obscenity).

Die-hard fans of the headliners will probably want to take a peek at the stronger performances, however. But parents should be forewarned that the title carries an advisory sticker for lyric contents and those clips of less inhibited fans. --Sam Sutherland ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Future woodstock's will be better than the first
I read one of the review's on here for woodstock 99
and I'm sick of people writing review's and they don't
even know the difference between rock and pop.
First of all Limp Bizkit, Korn and Kid rock are not pop
bands they are rock and metal bands.Sure they are mainstream
bands but they are still rock and metal bands.It's obvious
that future woodstock concert's won't be the same as the first.
That was then this now and there is a whole new generation
of band's out there waiting to be heard. wether it'd be metal,
hard rock, blues, Jazz, rap/hip hop,alternative and etc.a big
concert like this has to please everybody.They are not putting
on a concert just for you it's for everybody.I've never been
to woodstock but even I know that not everybody listen's to
the same music.I love rock n roll, blues, heavy metal , alternative, rap and Jazz and if I were to attend woodstock
if there's a band I don't like playing I'll walk away from
the stage and wait to hear who's next.I wish people would
respect music even if they don't like it.The reviewer who I'm
talking about must be old because he or she only care's
about the first woodstock and doesn't appreciate any other
music.Like I said that was then this is now and well if you
don't like it well don't buy a ticket. Woodstock 99' was
an awesome event with alot of great new music and a whole
new generation of people.It's ok to remember the first
woodstock but now there will be more and better woodstock's
in the future.

5-0 out of 5 stars Future woodstock's will be better than the first
I read one of the review's on here for woodstock 99
and I'm sick of people writing review's and they don't
even know the difference between rock and pop.
First of all Limp Bizkit, Korn and Kid rock are not pop
bands they are rock and metal bands.Sure they are mainstream
bands but they are still rock and metal bands.It's obvious
that future woodstock concert's won't be the same as the first.
That was then this now and there is a whole new generation
of band's out there waiting to be heard. wether it'd be metal,
hard rock, blues, Jazz, rap/hip hop,alternative and etc.a big
concert like this has to please everybody.They are not putting
on a concert just for you it's for everybody.I've never been
to woodstock but even I know that not everybody listen's to
the same music.I love rock n roll, blues, heavy metal , alternative, rap and Jazz and if I were to attend woodstock
if there's a band I don't like playing I'll walk away from
the stage and wait to hear who's next.I wish people would
respect music even if they don't like it.The reviewer who I'm
talking about must be old because he or she only care's
about the first woodstock and doesn't appreciate any other
music.Like I said that was then this is now and well if you
don't like it well don't buy a ticket. Woodstock 99' was
an awesome event with alot of great new music and a whole
new generation of people.It's ok to remember the first
woodstock but now there will be more and better woodstock's
in the future.

1-0 out of 5 stars A Travesty
A woodstock festival with acts such as Limp Bizkit, Kid Rock, Korn, Offspring and countless other degenerate pop groups (yes, they are POP groups), can no longer be called a woodstock festival. The title of this DVD should be 'Woodstock: 3 days of mosh pits, molestation, and useless expendable garbage that some call music.' Half the crowd at this piece of corporate filth consisted of white, beer-guzzling jock college students, ravers, and teeny boppers just PRAYING that by some miracle the Backstreet Boys show up. And of course, thrown in the mix were old hippies who went to the first woodstock. God, that must have been like a 3 day acid trip from hell. So to sum up, dear reader, woodstock '99 showcased all of the reasons why music can never again be what it was in the age of woodstock '69. This was the woodstock for the MTV generation. ... Read more

Asin: 6305785309
Subjects:  1. Music Video - Pop/Rock   


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