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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.Read more ›
Also, I personally enjoy "Behind Blue Eyes" cover. Enjoy it a lot more than the original.
To all of those one star reviews out there who claim that this album is the Jar Jar Binks of rock music, consider yourself a trip to the ear doctor if you will. I find nothing atrocious or pale about this particular album. This is not a band being immature and silly as the cover might suggest to some people. This is not a poorly written and atrocious train-wreck like all of those 179 people who gave it one star (and also boosted the rating to 2.5 stars). This is actually a record of maturity, which is something I really did not expect at all when I first heard of Limp Bizkit.
Don't get me wrong- I love most of their older stuff (songs from Three Dollar Bill Y'all$ and Significant Other did the job of drawing me into their music) but it just seems immature compared to this album. Yes, there are a majority of tracks with rapping/profanity that they are sort of known for, even a guest visit by Snoop Dogg (I guess Durst and Company had invited rappers for three of their albums). But there are the songs that show signs of a lighter side of the band, and they pull it off well.
I do have complaints. Of course I don't like the Snoop Dogg cameo, since all of you know I don't like that kind of music, especially since the N word is said twice during the song he's in (Red Light Green Light). Also, I feel that the interludes to the songs after that song and Behind Blue Eyes (originally done by The Who) should've been separate tracks, not combined. I'm not a big fan of interludes. This has only been the first time this has affected me. After all, they did a great job on the interlude called Stereotype Me after Faith on the debut!Read more ›
I'm sure many will disagree with me, but I actually think Limp Bizkit was once a pretty good band. As I said before, they weren't Led Zeppelin, but they were still a good band. Their first three albums are a lot of fun. It's mindless fun frat-boy rock. Limp Bizkit were like a Warrant or Poison for the late 90s/00s.
Limp Bizkit hit it's artistic heights with "Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water." The album, as it's title would suggest, was obnoxious and stupid, but it was one hell of a lot of fun. But then everything went bad.
The most talented member of the band was guitarist Wes Borland. Fred Dust's obnoxious persona was tolerable only because Limp Bizkit had good infectious hooks that made the music enjoyable. But without Wes Borland, Fred Dust is left on his own to lead the band. The music on "Results May Vary" is totally aimless. The songs are all over the place with no hooks or good songs. There are some ideas here and there (which is why I'm giving this CD two stars instead of just one), like the start of "Build a Bridge," but even that meanders and falls flat.
What makes this record really bad is Fred Durst and his "poor me" persona.Read more ›
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I've heard this album a couple of times over now. It grew on me. It's little different than there previous albums. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Guadalupe Arismendez
I didn't know until I started listening to it. The cover has Parental Advisory but the album is censored. Don't waste your money. Go to iTunes. Read morePublished on June 29, 2014 by Michael