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Limp Bizkit – Three Dollar Bill, Y'all$ (1997)

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Limp Bizkit – Three Dollar Bill, Y'all$ (1997)


1 	Intro 	0:48
2 	Pollution 	3:52
3 	Counterfeit 	5:08
4 	Stuck 	5:24
5 	Nobody Love's Me 	4:27
6 	Sour 	3:32
7 	Stalemate 	6:14
8 	Clunk 	4:03
9 	Faith	3:52
10 	Stinkfinger 	3:03
11 	Indigo Flow 	2:23
12 	Leech (Demo Version) 	2:11
13 	Everything 	16:26

Bass – Sam Rivers
Drums – John Otto
Guitar – Wes Borland
Keyboards – Scott Borland (tracks: 1, 2, 6)
Turntables – DJ Lethal
Vocals – Fred Durst 

 

With their major-label debut, Three Dollar Bill Y'All, Limp Bizkit quickly rose to the top of the alt-metal subgenre known as "rapcore." Part of the reason the band stood out from their peers was their kinetic, frenzied energy. They might not have many original ideas -- they are largely an outgrowth of Korn, Faith No More, and the Red Hot Chili Peppers -- but they do the sound well. They have a powerful rhythm section and memorable hooks, most of which make up for the uneven songwriting. Then again, you're not looking for perfection on a debut -- you're looking for a promising sound, and on that front, Limp Bizkit deliver. ---Stephen Thomas Erlewine, AllMusic Review

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