This album has class written all over it. It contains the best Limp Bizkit song ever, Re-Arranged, along with other amazing songs like Nookie, Break Stuff and Nobody Like You(featuring Jonathan Davies). I would say that this album is equal in greatness to Three Dollar Bill Yall, despite the major differences between the two albums. I think that Fred Durst displays a wider variety of abilities than he does on the first album, but the album does not have as many heavy rock songs as the previous album. It is difficult to find anything wrong with this album, because it is so good, but the inclusion of n 2 gether now(featuring Method Man) does not really reflect the quality of the other 14 songs on the album. The hidden message at the end of the album is brilliant because it describes the dreadful state of music today. It comments on the amount of awful girl and boy bands in the world today and how shit they are, and i agree completely. If you are a fan of Limp Bizkit Then buy this album now, it is amazing.