Limp Bizkit Announce New Album Title

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    Viper62

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    Not in the slightest

    Which was their most successful album too
     
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    Jordan

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    Nah man, Limp Bizkit is the most obscure indie shit ever, they're obviously selling out with this new mainstream album title.
     
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    I thaught their first album was the best, I loved it man :D. Hmmm, maybe we should get used to it that this is the title.
     
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    Limp Bizkit fails life. Fred Durst is a douche. Thread should end here.
     
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    No, you fail. You don't like the thread? Don't post in it. ;)

    As if we need reminding Fred Durst is a douche lol. Although in fairness he hasn't done anything stupid in a while.
     
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    is Wes back in the band for this album? if they have the original lineup, this could be amazing. I am looking forward to it because I still like limpbizkit. Chocolate Starfish was my favorite album and I hope they can do something along those lines and not like Unquestionable Truth pt1. Looking forward to a good music year in 2010 :D
     
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    Luke

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    Yep, Wes is back yet again lol.
     
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    I really don't see where all the Limp hate comes from. Sure, Fred can be a little lame sometimes, but he hasn't been in quite some time. Plus, besides The Unquestionable Truth, they have FOUR solid records out. A lot of bands can't say that.
     
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    "four solid records" is in the eye of the beholder, it all depends on what you like. i think the first... 3 albums are pieces of shit, personally, with a few decent songs thrown in here and there. the last two were hardly any better, but atleast Fred started to take things seriously instead of rapping about hotdogs and Trent Reznor.
     
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    Well, opinions are like assholes, everybody has one.
     
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    The Unquestionable Truth was solid. If he goes back to doing George Michael covers and rapping about chocolate starfishes, I'm not going to be happy.
     
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    Luke

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    I much prefer Fred rapping about chocolate starfishes than sounding like a Zach De La Rocha wannabe. That said, I'd actually like to see Fred focus more on singing than rapping. By the time this album drops he'll be 40 and that's a little too old to be rapping about nonsense.

    More heavy songs like Eat You Alive would be fucking awesome aswell. I'd like to see Wes bring in some of those heavy industrial sounding style riffs that he created with Black Light Burns aswell.
     

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