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Editorial Reviews


1. Re-Entry
2. Eat You Alive
3. Gimme The Mic
4. Underneath The Gun
5. Down Another Day
6. Almost Over
7. Build A Bridge
8. Red Light-Green Light
9. The Only One
10. Let Me Down
11. Lonely World
12. Phenomenon
13. Creamer (Radio Is Dead)
14. Head For The Barricade
15. Behind Blue Eyes
16. Drown

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  • Audio CD (September 23, 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Flip
  • ASIN: B0000C7PRS
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (450 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #57,181 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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38 of 41 people found the following review helpful By A. Stutheit on December 28, 2004
Format: Audio CD
This C.D. really deserves three or three and a half stars, but I gave it four because there are too many unfair one star reviews. It is, in all honesty, not nearly as bad as people are saying. It's not great, so it doesn't deserve five stars; but it really doesn't deserve one, either. It has it's high and low lights, which even out into a pretty decent album. Given the hatred that has developed towards Limp Bizkit over the past couple of years, it's not surprising that this C.D. isn't getting great reviews. After you filter out all of the completely unfair and bias reviews from people who most likely haven't even heard the album, you realize that most of the reviews are saying that this album is a step forward from their "Chocolate Starfish" album.
Musically, Limp Bizkit stay in about the same place as their last album, but lyrically, I'm inclined to agree that this is better (i.e. no excessive swearing and fewer childish rhymes). Fred's subject matter is usually about his own pain, in which he often has to dig up old childhood memories. But I don't agree that he "beats us over the head with his pain." His pain on this album is sort of like P.O.D. and their Christianity. I don't think you have to feel Fred's pain to enjoy this C.D., just like you don't have to be a Christian to enjoy P.O.D.'s music.

"Eat You Alive" begins with an almost face melting guitar riff, which, at first only can be heard in one headphone. Five seconds later, the other instruments come along and back the riff, making it louder and audible in both headphones. On this song, the guitar seems so fast that the other instruments are almost playing catch up with it. Meanwhile, Fred yells away about the insanity of being in love with someone you can't ever have.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By K. J. Johnson on January 21, 2004
Format: Audio CD
About this steaming cowpie of an album otherwise known as "Results May Vary." After listening to a friend's copy one time, I can honestly say that Limp Bizkit has done the impossible...They've made an album worse than their last! I can only hope that people will stop lining these guys' pockets and spend their money on some original and/or hardworking bands and people that deserve it. Some personal examples include: Devildriver, Superjoint Ritual, Turbonegro, QOTSA, RKL, High on Fire, Fugazi, Kool Keith...Hell, even Electric Six! At least they're doing something unique! Anyways, the aforementioned bands and artists are just some of my examples and I'm sure plenty of people feel that certain or all of those bands suck too, but that's not my point. My point is that there is so much more out there than this tired old band beating a dead horse. I feel it would be beneficial to all music fans to direct their spending elsewhere and keep this machine of recycled crap from influencing and tainting our youth any longer. Please don't waste your money on this insignificant garbage!!!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on September 29, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Alright, I'm going to try to be as unbiased as is humanly possible, which is hard when you're dealing with a controversial band like Limp Bizkit. However, before I review the album, I have to say although the All Music Guide reviewers (mainly Stephen Thomas Erlewine) usually do a good job, you cannot take their word on Limp Bizkit albums. Erlewine described Chocolate Starfish as a terrible album (2/5 stars). True, the lyrics and excessive swearing are, but the album is also filled with several above average songs. I'd give it 3 stars. Here, the situation is similar. He gives it 1.5 stars. What Erweline describes as "murky emoting" is actually fair acoustic guitar playing. The ballads are the "standouts", if you can apply that term to any song on this CD. However, most of the heavy songs, such as "Eat You Alive" and "Gimme the Mic", are really terrible, featuring juvenile lyrics. And that's not even including the ridiculously absurd music video for "Eat You Alive", where Durst kidnaps a girl and then berates her; however, he soon gives her a "sensitive" look and then she falls for him. Hmm...that is realistic only in Durst's view of the world. Overall, this CD falls far short of any possible expectations, but there are occasional glimpses of hope for the future in the ballads. By the way, the future is better, since The Unquestionable Turth, pt. 1 is a much better, heavier album than this. I give this CD a slightly better rating than All Music Guide's rating, but don't listen to it hoping for improvement on Chocolate Starfish.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Shotgun Method on June 23, 2004
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It's official: Even the MTV drones have figured out by now that Fred Durst is a whiny, mysognistic, no-talent arseclown with the IQ of balsa wood. Not that this is news to those who actually have taste.
From their very first album, Limp Bizkit represented virtually everything wrong with today's radio rawk--3-chord guitar lines that a 10-year old could play (don't try to tell me Wes Borland has talent, he doesn't); abysmal attempts at rapping; lyrics that are jaw-dropping in their utter stupidity; hell, even their album covers are lame.
On top of that, Durst has the gall to violate a Who classic, Behind Blue Eyes, with that inane "L-I-M-P Discover" bit and that godawful whiny voice of his (that sound you hear are the bodies of John Entwistle and Keith Moon rotating in their coffins). And to add further insult to injury, buffoon Durst even MISSPELLS PETE TOWNSHEND'S NAME IN THE LINER CREDITS! Pete ought to sue Fred for all he's worth.
This is the absolute nadir. I'm glad nu-metal is on the way out. Regarding those who actually bought this filthy disc--there is still hope for you! Trade it in for albums by Faith No More, Biohazard, Candiria, and Rage Against The Machine if you really want something in the rap-rock/metal vein that actually contains an iota of intellectual value, originality, and musical worth.
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