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I Care More About Limp Bizkit Reuniting Than I Do About Ronnie James Dead-o - Various - Holy Grinder (A Tribute To Dio) (CD)

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  1. Aug 17,  · The word is out that Limp Bizkit have broken up! No, this is new news, we swear! Yes, this year! Seriously, this just happened! Or did it? Frontman Fred Durst said: “ in , there were
  2. Limp Bizkit is a band from from Jacksonville, Florida, responsible for being a Trope Codifier of the Nu-metal genre. They're also a definite case of Love It or Hate It, as they have a rather large fanbase with 33 million albums sold worldwide, in addition to a Hatedom derived largely from Heavy Metal fandom. The band, particularly Fred Durst, act as Heels of the rock world to a certain extent.
  3. Collected is the second compilation album by American rap rock band Limp Bizkit. Released in , it a retrospective compilation album from the band's albums Three Dollar Bill, Yall$, Significant Other, Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water, Results May Vary and .
  4. Limp Bizkit has been nominated for three Grammy Awards and have won several other major awards. The band has sold an estimated 60 million albums worldwide. Their third studio album Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water, released in , continued the band's success.
  5. Feb 12,  · Limp Bizkit, the nü-metal act fronted by the former tattoo artist, has announced that all five original members are reuniting for a world tour set to launch in the spring.
  6. Apr 14,  · Fred Durst of Limp Bizkit. Testing the limits of ‘90s nostalgia and the adage that time forgives all sins, Limp Bizkit has announced that it will be reuniting this summer.
  7. Limp Bizkit, and frontman Fred Durst in particular, found themselves under attack following their performance on July 24, the second day of the three-day 30th-anniversary Woodstock festival.
  8. "What I'm about to do to you, is what limp bizkit did to music in the late 90s" Now what I was wondering is your opinion on limp bizkit and their role in pioneering a big metal sub-genre and one of my favourite and starting metal genres (Nu metal). Personally I'm a fan of limp bizkit straight after hearing 'Break stuff' i was instantly hooked.

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