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Old 04-15-2005, 12:53 PM   #1
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New Limp Bizkit?!?!

I dunno if this is part of the new release that they are planning but I like what I hear. I guess they're trying to make a big deal about Wes Borland being back. It certainly rocks and I like the guitar stuff. No offense to Fred, but the lyrics and the rapping were just mediocre to me... not up there with the catchiness of Nookie or Rollin'.

A link to the new Limp Bizkit...


http://boss.streamos.com/wmedia/geff...0_thetruth.asx

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Old 04-15-2005, 01:16 PM   #2
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No one wants to hear this.
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Re: New Limp Bizkit?!?!

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[i]No offense to Fred, but the lyrics and the rapping were just mediocre to me... not up there with the catchiness of Nookie or Rollin'.
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The lyrics were really special on those songs though, I'm sure.
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Not any less special then a U2 song or two or three.
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No one wants to hear this.

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No one wants to hear this.
Why wouldn't anyone want to hear what the new Limp Bizkit sounds like. If it sucks, then people have material for which to bash a band they hate. If it's good, then they get a chance to listen to a good song. Who would want to ignore a song that potentially might be good?
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Why wouldn't anyone want to hear what the new Limp Bizkit sounds like. If it sucks, then people have material for which to bash a band they hate. If it's good, then they get a chance to listen to a good song. Who would want to ignore a song that potentially might be good?
If you're saying it's not as good as Rollin, well, I can't imagine how bad it would be. I really don't like the band but each to their own.
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limp bizkit would have to put out something drastically different from anything they released in the past in order for it to be good, in my opinion. since i highly doubt they could do that while keeping fred durst in the band, i don't want to hear it. and i have a feeling that's how a lot of other people around here feel.
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I said the song wasn't as catchy as Nookie or Rollin. There are catchy songs that are good and songs that aren't as catchy that are still good.
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limp bizkit would have to put out something drastically different from anything they released in the past in order for it to be good, in my opinion. since i highly doubt they could do that while keeping fred durst in the band, i don't want to hear it. and i have a feeling that's how a lot of other people around here feel.
I have a hard time convincing people about how to accept Bono in the same way. Sometimes people have to go beyond their instinctual hate for everything Durst. Try new things, y'know open your mind and junk.
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I have a hard time convincing people about how to accept Bono in the same way. Sometimes people have to go beyond their instinctual hate for everything Durst. Try new things, y'know open your mind and junk.
I don't convince people to like Bono or U2 - that's because I don't give rats ass about U2 these days but I'd never do it even if I loved the band. IWB has one of the most diverse music tastes I know of the folk around here. Why convince her, or anyone, to try to like Limp Bizkit? You like them. Some people don't. Why's it such a big deal if someone doesn't like a certain band that you do? If I was to try and force my friends to like the bands I liked and vice versa we'd be at each others throats all the time. They pretty much hate the music I like. Big deal, doesn't bother me. I'm sure Fred isn't too worried that some people don't like him or his music either.
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I would say that in B & C you will find some of the most open minded people when it comes to music.
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new Limp Bizkit? who cares?
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I don't convince people to like Bono or U2 - that's because I don't give rats ass about U2 these days but I'd never do it even if I loved the band. IWB has one of the most diverse music tastes I know of the folk around here. Why convince her, or anyone, to try to like Limp Bizkit? You like them. Some people don't. Why's it such a big deal if someone doesn't like a certain band that you do? If I was to try and force my friends to like the bands I liked and vice versa we'd be at each others throats all the time. They pretty much hate the music I like. Big deal, doesn't bother me. I'm sure Fred isn't too worried that some people don't like him or his music either.
Why convince people to like the band that I do?

I dunno. If you appreciate something why not try help someone experience what you're experiencing. However.... I don't FORCE which is what you seem to be insinuating.

I don't TRY to force people to like a band that I do but it would be nice for them to appreciate them if for instance I'm driving a car and taking a person who doesn't like for U2 somewhere. I don't like having to change the channel or listen to person's complaints about U2. Why not try to turn them on to something you believe to be good anyways. Of course it doesn' t bother me. People on this board hate a lot of bands I like on this board. As fake Edge would say, I don't "give a fig" and still post and surf on this forum. My Bono example was just an example. I'm sure there were people who became U2 fans in spite of Bono (b/c to some people Bono can annoy thorugh actions or his singing). Yet somehow they had a change in mind/ perspective. If it can happen with U2 then it can happen for any badn IMO.
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Come now, let's not be so condescending and sarcastic with one another. I don't care for Limp Bizkit myself, but I'd never go into a pro-Limp Bizkit thread and leave snide little comments about the band just because I don't like them. It seems a bit inappropriate to me.
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