Limp Bizkit Production Wes Borland – guitars. Fred Durst – vocals. DJ Lethal – turntables, keyboards, samples, programming. John Otto – drums. Sam Rivers – bass. Todd Douglas – business affairs. Cory Durst – photography. Cliff Feiman – production supervisor. Brian Frank – marketing. Susan Hilderley – business affairs. Alex Rhees – marketing. Dave Schiffman – mixing, recording. Jordan Schur – management. Liam Ward – layout. Howie Weinberg – mastering. Boney B.eats – additional production on "Back Porch". Hayes – additional production on "Shotgun". Wes Borland – cover art design, art direction, illustration. Fred Durst – producer, management, art direction.
Wes Borland – guitars, artwork. Additional musicians. Method Man - vocals on “N 2 Gether Now”. Les Claypool - spoken word on hidden track. Matt Pinfield - spoken word on hidden track. Anita Durst - guitar, vocals on hidden track. Mathematics. Scott Borland - keyboards. Jonathan Davis - vocals on “Nobody Like You”. Aaron Lewis - backing vocals on “No Sex”. Scott Weiland - backing vocals on “Nobody Like You”. Production. Produced by Limp Bizkit, Terry Date, and DJ Premier. Mixed by Brendan O'Brien.
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First, "Livin' It Up", where he declares that "The chocolate starfish is my man Fred Durst" (Wes Borland has stated in an interview when questioned on the naming of the album that "Fred calls himself Chocolate Starfish, because people call him an asshole all the time" ), "Hot Dog", where he tells his detractors to "Kiss my starfish, my chocolate starfish," and "Rollin' (Air Raid Vehicle)" where he mentions "Chocolate Starfish" in the introduction. The song "Hot Dog" features the word "fuck" 46 times as pointed out by Durst himself in the lyrics "if I say fuck 2 more times that's 46 fucks in this fucked up rhyme" which is also the most profanity contained on any Limp Bizkit song.
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Musicians Other personnel Fred Durst – vocals, rhythm guitar on "The Surrender". Sam Rivers – bass. DJ Lethal – keyboards, samples, programming, sound development. Wes Borland – guitars, harmonica on “The Surrender”. Sammy Siegler – drums, percussion. John Otto – drums, percussion on "The Channel". Wes Borland – cover art. Fred Durst – executive producer. Jordan Schur – executive producer.
Prior to the release of the band's third album, Korn produced a weekly online TV show, KornTV, which documented the making of the record and featured special guests such as porn star Ron Jeremy, Limp Bizkit and 311. The project also gave fans (nicknamed "nibletz") the chance to call in and ask the band questions, an approach that represented one of the first times a band utilized the Internet in such a way. Korn released their third album, Follow the Leader, on August 18, 1998, which featured a number of guest vocalists such as Ice Cube, Pharcyde member Tre Hardson, Fred Durst of Limp Bizkit, and actor Cheech Marin on the hidden track "Earache My Eye" (written by Marin himself).
Rivers first met Fred Durst while working at a Chick-fil-A in a mall in Jacksonville. The two started talking, and found they shared several interests, including skateboarding and music. They decided to get together for a jam session. Rivers was becoming an accomplished bass guitarist, and Durst was to be a vocalist. Together with several other people they formed a short-lived band called Malachi Sage. Rivers' talents on guitar would later come into play in Limp Bizkit's Results May Vary album, the only album not featuring longtime guitarist Wes Borland, with Rivers playing both guitar and bass on select songs such as "Creamer" and "Lonely World".
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Despite the success of the song in Limp Bizkit's live performances, producer Ross Robinson was opposed to recording the cover for their debut album, Three Dollar Bill, Yall$, and tried to persuade the band not to play it on the album. However, the final recording, which incorporated heavier guitar playing and drumming, as well as DJ scratching, impressed Robinson. "I love George Michael and decided to cover 'Faith' for fun. We like to do really aggressive versions of cheesy pop hits," lead singer Fred Durst told Billboard. "I didn't expect him to get busted in that bathroom but his misfortune actually helped us. We couldn't ask for more of a buzz."
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Allmusic's Stephen Thomas Erlewine said, "None of [Greatest Hitz] has aged well – as a matter of fact, it's aged incredibly quickly, sounding older than alt-rock hits from the mid-'90s – but that's almost beside the point, because this does its job well, and listeners who want to have some Limp Bizkit in their collection will find this to provide them with more of what they want than any other Bizkit dizc." In The Essential Rock Discography, Martin Charles Strong gave the compilation a 7 out of 10 rating. the album has sold over 3,500,000 copies worldwide, including 750,000 in the US. Tracks 1–11 Tracks 12–17 Fred Durst – vocals. Wes Borland – guitars. Sam Rivers – bass guitar.
Rage Against the Machine and nu metal band Limp Bizkit were among the most well-known bands in these fields. In Hawaii, bands such as Sudden Rush combined hip hop elements with the local language and political issues to form a style called na mele paleoleo. Digable Planets' 1993 release Reachin' (A New Refutation of Time and Space) was an influential jazz rap record sampling the likes of Don Cherry, Sonny Rollins, Art Blakey, Herbie Mann, Herbie Hancock, Grant Green, and Rahsaan Roland Kirk.
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Dubbed "nu metal", bands such as Slipknot, Linkin Park, Limp Bizkit, Papa Roach, P.O.D., Korn and Disturbed incorporated elements ranging from death metal to hip hop, often including DJs and rap-style vocals. The mix demonstrated that "pancultural metal could pay off". Nu metal gained mainstream success through heavy MTV rotation and Ozzy Osbourne's 1996 introduction of Ozzfest, which led the media to talk of a resurgence of heavy metal. In 1999, Billboard noted that there were more than 500 specialty metal radio shows in the United States, nearly three times as many as ten years before. While nu metal was widely popular, traditional metal fans did not fully embrace the style.
It featured various artists associated with rap rock/rap metal, such as Insane Clown Posse, Kid Rock, Limp Bizkit, Rage Against the Machine, Red Hot Chili Peppers and Reveille, as well as bands from similar styles such as nu metal and alternative metal (Korn, Godsmack, Sevendust). In 2000, P.O.D.'s album The Fundamental Elements of Southtown was certified platinum by the RIAA. The Fundamental Elements of Southtown song "Rock the Party (Off the Hook)" peaked at number 1 on MTV's Total Request Live.
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"Break Stuff" is a song by American rock band Limp Bizkit, released on May 2, 2000 as the fourth and final single from their second studio album Significant Other (1999). The song was released alongside "N 2 Gether Now", and has remained a staple of Limp Bizkit's live shows. The music video was shot at Skatelab. The band members are seen in some scenes not playing any instruments and some scenes they are playing each other's instruments. Cameos include Snoop Dogg, Jonathan Davis of Korn, Dr.
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John Everett Otto is an American musician best known as the drummer and founding member of American rap rock band Limp Bizkit. Otto studied jazz drumming at the Douglas Anderson School of the Arts and played in local avant-garde bands before joining a band formed by Fred Durst and Sam Rivers. What started as a small band from Jacksonville, Florida quickly became one of the most popular nu metal bands in the world, selling over 45 million records worldwide. After a successful career, in November 2004, rumors began to surface of the departure of John Otto from the band.
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Results May Vary was Limp Bizkit's last studio album released before they went on hiatus for three years, starting from 2006 to 2009. In October 2001, Fred Durst posted on the band's website: "Limp Bizkit and Wes Borland have amicably decided to part ways. Both Limp Bizkit and Borland will continue to pursue their respective musical careers. Both wish each other the best of luck in all future endeavors." Borland explained why he left Limp Bizkit; he said: "I could have probably gone on and still played the part of the guitar player of Limp Bizkit, but musically I was kind of bored.
"N 2 Gether Now" is a hip hop song by the American band Limp Bizkit and the rapper Method Man. It was the third single released from their second studio album, Significant Other. The single was released with their last single "Break Stuff". The song does not include the instrumentalist members Sam Rivers and Wes Borland. Method Man had heard about Limp Bizkit and wanted to record with them because he had never worked with a rock band. The band allowed Fred Durst and DJ Lethal to explore their hip hop origins by recording a song with the rapper. DJ Premier of Gang Starr produced the song even though he was hesitant to do so at first.
"Counterfeit" is a song by the American rap rock band Limp Bizkit, released in August 1997 as the lead single from their debut album Three Dollar Bill, Y'all (1997). Notable for showcasing guitarist Wes Borland's experimental playing style, the song was written by Borland, DJ Lethal, Fred Durst, John Otto and Sam Rivers as a response to local bands that copied Limp Bizkit's style. "Counterfeit" was the subject of controversy when Interscope Records paid a Portland radio station to play the song fifty times as a paid advertising, sparking payola accusations and criticism of the band and label. In 1999, the song was reissued as another single under the title "Counterfeit Countdown".
Their sound has been described as alternative metal, art rock/art metal, experimental rock, nu metal, post-punk, post-hardcore, dream pop, drone rock, post-metal, shoegazing, stoner rock, trip hop, glitch, math metal, and psychedelia. Originally, the band was associated with the "nu metal" movement. However, following the release of their third album, White Pony, they were acknowledged by many critics to have moved beyond that label. The music critic Johnny Loftus wrote, "Rock critics usually reserve a special place for Deftones above or at least away from the rest of the turn-of-the-century metal movement [....]
Limp Bizkit Production Fred Durst – vocals. Wes Borland – guitars. Sam Rivers – bass. John Otto – drums. DJ Lethal – turntables, samples, programming. Ross Robinson – production. Detail – production. Sean Paine – production. Wes Borland – cover art design, art direction, illustration.
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PopMatters writer Josh Langhoff wrote, "Guitarist Wes Borland pulls off one huge catchy riff after another, and he and DJ Lethal add sound effects that alter ['Shotgun'] subtly and not-so-subtly." * Limp Bizkit. Fred Durst – vocals. Wes Borland – guitars. DJ Lethal – turntables, samples, synthesizers. John Otto – drums. Sam Rivers – bass.
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Spencer Kaufman of Loudwire praised Wes Borland's guitar playing and wrote, "The scorching track features blistering guitar work from Wes Borland". The music video was released on July 22, 2013, and was directed by Fred Durst. Contrary to early reports that the music video was being filmed for the "Urban Assault" version of the song, the video features the single's original track. According to Loudwire:The music video...takes fans behind the scenes of all things Limp Bizkit. The scenes change from shots of the band formulating set lists to guitarist Wes Borland's unique preparation for the stage.
My WayMy Way" (Limp Bizkit song)
"My Way" is a song by Limp Bizkit, from their album Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water. It was the fourth single released from the album. Most famously, this song was used as the theme song for WrestleMania X-Seven while also was a part of the video package for Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. The Rock for the WWF Championship at that event. At the beginning of the video, Fred Durst and Wes Borland are conversing on what should be done for the song's music video, as the two have no ideas, and Durst suggests that they check "wardrobe" for ideas.
On March 17, 2018, five years after his departure from the band, DJ Lethal reunited with Limp Bizkit on stage during a concert in New Zealand. He later announced through Twitter that he had officially rejoined Limp Bizkit.
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He has appeared with Korn in the Limp Bizkit music videos for "Break Stuff" and "Faith". In 2009, Davis collaborated with Infected Mushroom, a psychedelic trance and electronic music group, appearing in the music video for their track "Smashing the Opponent", as well as with dubstep artist Datsik on "Evilution." He also worked with the EDM group Skynd in their debut song real crime song "Gary Heidnik". He appeared in the video for that video as well. Davis and the rest of Korn appeared in a 2005 episode of the comedy-drama television series Monk, titled "Mr. Monk Gets Stuck in Traffic".