Limp Bizkit

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Macmillan, Oct 13, 2000 - Music - 192 pages
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1999 was quite a year for Limp Bizkit. Their album, "Significant Other," sat atop the Billboard album charts. Rolling Stone hailed them as the lone band that "redefined late-Nineties hard rock." Their Woodstock '99 set is routinely referred to as the hottest moment of the three day concert. All in all, things are definitely happening for this most unique group. Combining rap, metal and the angst filled sentiment of punk rock, Limp Bizkit are the poster-boys for millenium madness.

Noted music journalist Colin Devenish goes beyond the chart topping numbers and concert grosses to examine what has turned this rough and tumble bunch from Jacksonville,Florida into the hottest group on the charts.
  

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Watched Limp Biscut perform 'Break Stuff' at Woodstock 99 on youtube. I counted two sexual assaults caught on close up camera shots. (These images were on the screens on the side of the stage). This band is dumb and dangerous, and not is a edgy rock and roll way, they are dangerous in a egotistical shallow lyric way... See what happens when Durst realizes that his mic isnt working, stop the show, the center of attention is not the center of attention at the moment. I have just this to say to Limp Biscut ...Stop making that horrible noise. 

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Colin Devenish is a San Francisco based music journalist. He writes about music for Addicted to Noise/SonicNet.com, BAM, Livedaily, Music365, Rollingstone.com, and Sidewalk.com

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