Limp Bizkit is one of the most controversial and influential bands of the nu metal genre, blending rap, rock, and metal elements in their music. The band has sold over 40 million albums worldwide and has won several awards, including two Grammys.
Greatest Hitz is a compilation album that features 17 of the band's most popular songs from their first five studio albums, as well as three new tracks. The album covers the band's evolution from their raw and aggressive debut Three Dollar Bill, Y'all$ to their more melodic and experimental Results May Vary. The album also includes some of their iconic collaborations with other artists, such as Method Man, DMX, and The Who.
The album showcases the band's versatility and creativity, as well as their ability to create catchy and memorable hooks. Some of the highlights of the album are:
Counterfeit: The first single from the band's debut album, which features a heavy guitar riff and a rap verse by frontman Fred Durst.
Faith: A cover of George Michael's classic song, which the band transformed into a hard rock anthem with distorted vocals and guitars.
Nookie: One of the band's biggest hits, which combines a groovy bass line, a catchy chorus, and a rap bridge by Durst.
Break Stuff: A song that expresses the band's frustration and anger, with a simple but effective guitar riff and a fast-paced rap by Durst.
Re-Arranged: A song that reflects the band's personal and professional struggles at the time, with a melodic chorus sung by guitarist Wes Borland and a rap verse by Durst.
N 2 Gether Now: A collaboration with Method Man, which features a funky beat produced by DJ Premier and a rap exchange between Durst and Method Man.
Take A Look Around: A song that samples the theme from Mission: Impossible 2, which the band composed for the movie soundtrack. The song has a cinematic feel and a rap verse by Durst that criticizes the state of the world.
My Generation: A song that represents the band's rebellious attitude and their connection with their fans. The song has a catchy chorus sung by Borland and a rap verse by Durst that references several pop culture icons.
Rollin' (Air Raid Vehicle): A song that became one of the band's signature songs, with a catchy chorus sung by Durst and Borland and a rap verse by Durst that invites the listeners to join the band in their party.
My Way: A song that expresses the band's defiance and independence, with a melodic chorus sung by Borland and a rap verse by Durst that challenges anyone who tries to control them.
Boiler: A song that explores the dark side of fame and success, with a haunting chorus sung by Borland and a rap verse by Durst that reveals his inner turmoil.
Eat You Alive: A song that showcases the band's heavier side, with a distorted guitar riff and a rap verse by Durst that expresses his obsession with a woman.
Behind Blue Eyes: A cover of The Who's classic song, which the band reinterpreted with an acoustic guitar intro, a melodic chorus sung by Durst, and an electronic outro.
Build A Bridge: A song that reflects the band's maturity and growth, with a melodic chorus sung by Borland and a rap verse by Durst that encourages the listeners to overcome their difficulties.
Why: One of the new tracks on the album, which features a guest appearance by rapper Xzibit. The song has a heavy guitar riff and a rap exchange between Durst and Xzibit.
Lean On Me: Another new track on the album, which features a guest appearance by singer Kelli Ali. The song has a soft guitar intro, a melodic chorus sung by Ali, and a rap verse by Durst.
Home Sweet Home / Bittersweet Symphony: The last new track on the album, which is a medley of two songs: Home Sweet Home by MÃtley CrÃe and Bittersweet Symphony by The 061ffe29dd
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