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The Unquestionable Truth (Part 1) [Single, Enhanced, EP]

Limp Bizkit Audio CD
3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
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  • Audio CD (2 May 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Single, Enhanced, EP
  • Label: Interscope
  • ASIN: B0009BXSHC
  • Other Editions: MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 58,599 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Listen  3. The Priest [Explicit] 4:570.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  4. The Key [Explicit] 1:240.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  5. The Channel [Explicit] 4:370.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  6. The Story [Explicit] 3:490.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  7. The Surrender 3:580.99  Buy MP3 


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The Unquestionable Truth (Part 1) finds Limp Bizkit reunited with prodigal guitar hero Wes Borland, and this seven-track mini-album is very much a celebration of this reunion. And, at the very least, it’s better than its immediate predecessor Results May Vary. Musically, the former nu-metal heroes sound back on form: from the shattering guitars of album opener "The Propaganda", it’s obvious that Borland has reinvigorated his former bandmates (in particular, bassist Sam Rivers). But frontman Fred Durst’s anger-fuelled lyrics now sound even more like adolescent petulance--a particularly heinous crime for someone his age (and a father, to boot). As a result, a line like "I’ve got a kid, should I send him to Sunday school?" (from "The Priest") sounds particularly silly (though it’s entertaining to imagine legions of nu-metallers shouting it out). The Unquestionable Truth is that Limp Bizkit have started to move on musically. Now it’s up to Fred Durst to move them on lyrically. Here’s hoping that Part 2 lives up to the challenge. --Robert Burrow

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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
By yon
Format:Audio CD
Straight from the beginning of this album, the first track...hearing the haunting echoing feedback of the Legendary Wes Borlands guitar cutting through the silence, followed by some other strange sounds, you are left waiting while this is going on wondering if you are to be impressed or to be destroyed again like most fans were with 'Results May Vary'.
Just as the feedback gets louder, 4 clicks are heard by John Otto's sticks and suddenly the CRUNCHING sound of heavy palm muted guitars tears vigoursly at your hearing as it blasts its way into the first song.
At first hearing this you will not believe this is Limp Bizkit. The performance of heavy riffing on a down tuned guitar is fantastic and in no time at all after hearing all the guys kick in, you will be nodding your head with the rythm thinking 'YES'.
To listen to this album you have to be willing to be a Limp Bizkit fan once more, If you were ripped apart as a fan by Limp when 'Results May Vary' was released, your faith and devotion to the band will again be restored as they have cut out all the popularity crap and have decided to make an album which only appeals to true metal lovers.
As a Limp fan in the past, I was one to be dissapointed with thier popularity antics, they all of a sudden changed thier style with 'Significant Other' from '3$ Bill'. They had changed from a heavy underground metal style to a slower more 'Nu-metal' sound as they call it. I personally thought that all their albums were good up to 'Results May Vary' when they took it too far. I lost all interest in the band completely, but decided to give them one more chance and purchased this album.
30 seconds into the album I became a restored fan. They have returned to their '3$ Bill' days and cut out everything that you hated about them.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars The Return of Wes Borland 30 April 2005
Format:Audio CD
Oh My God! An album i expected to be,lets be honest,duff has exceeded all expectations.Whisper it quietly but this mini album is amazing.
Released on the quiet with little reviews to diss them, fans and sceptics will unite to love this sound.
Echoing the best of Rage Against the Machine, the first two tracks, The Propaganda & the awesome The Truth ,set the tone for the rest of the album.
The Priest is Fred Dursts tirade against the world & the idiots who kill legends like Dimebag Darrell (who Durst mentions).
The Key sees Limp go back to a Hip Hop beat and The Channel & The Story lift the pace again in the right direction.
But track 7, The Surrender - Why do they have to end with this dirge ! The only bad track on the album.
I would have given this album 5 stars but for 7 tracks they should have released this at a cheaper price (Amazons 8.99 is cool but most shops will retail this at 11 or 12 quid.)
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Not the usual. 4 May 2005
By Patrick
Format:Audio CD
If you're a fan of limp bizkit from the "Chocolate Starfish" days, you may not like this album. It seems to be a dark affair, with Fred talking a lot about the bad things in the world.
The album does sound good though, and I will be giving it a good few listens to absorb the messages within and enjoy the awesome music, Wes ripping into the tracks like a mad man.
You'll probably enjoy this if you enjoyed their debut album, $3 Bill Y'all.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars One step forward, two steps back 26 July 2007
Format:Audio CD
Being a big Limp fan it's hard for me to admit but this is far from the band at their best. 'Results May Vary' succeeded (in the US anyway) because limp had added a few new more mellow and varied styles and still managed to keep their same fun rap-rock style for many tracks. 'Unquestionable Truth P1' is really a no for traditional limp fans, obviously if you're a fan you may want it just to complete your collection but i warn you if this is the case it will spend it's life in your CD rack untouched. You may possibly put 'The Truth' in a best of compilation if you're making one as it's probably the best track on the album, in that it sounds the m,ost like the limp you know and love.

The rest of the album does really wade into new territory. With the return of original guitarist Wes Borland deviating from his normal style as well. Fred and the boys say they've grown and are trying new things. To be honest it makes for a difficult review as it's hard for one to find a word to describe it's genre within rock. If you have to have the whole collection - buy it. If not buy the UK edition of the 'greatest hits' album which includes 'The Truth'
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
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This album was utter garbage. I bought it on other people's reviews thinking that with Wes Borland back in the band Limp may have rediscovered some of the old magic that made them THE band on the nu-metal movement.

How wrong I was.

There is no singing at all on the album (at least on the parts I bothered to listened to), and it sounds like they tried to copy Rage Against The Machine and got it horribly wrong. The only song worth listening to is The Truth, which sounds funky, but you might aswell just download that.

The fact is what ruins the album is Fred Durst. The actual instrumentals sound great, but when Fred opens his mouth it is just garbage. It doesn't even sound like he is putting the effort in that he used to on the other albums, which may or may not be a sign of his own personal acceptance (which he didn't signal openly at the time for whatever reason) that he knew the band was a lost cause.

Only get this if you are a huge Limp Bizkit fan and want the album for collectors sake. I bought this album with hope and was sorely disappointed. Save yourself that same disappointment.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars ITS A DIFFERENT DIRECTION!!!
When i first heard the album i thought wtf this is a completely different direction for the band who ive been listening to since they started but the more i hear it, it almost... Read more
Published 3 months ago by alex ryan
4.0 out of 5 stars The Unquestionable Truth (Part 1)
I'm really not a big Limp Bizkit fan at all. They're kind of like Korn to me: a great heavy band, but with a terrible vocalist. In this case, Fred Durst. Read more
Published 21 months ago by VirginMaryAxe
5.0 out of 5 stars The Bizkit Is Back
Straight away, as soon as the first sound of Borland's guitar feedback pierced it's way through my speakers, I knew the Bizkit had come out of it's Limp days. Read more
Published on 20 July 2009 by Mr. Daniel J. Roebuck
4.0 out of 5 stars no let down
At this stage of limp bizkits career and before their split until this year,they wanted to go down the road of being more serious,and angrier,wes had returned and the sound was... Read more
Published on 9 July 2009 by sean paul mccann
5.0 out of 5 stars Unquestionably Good
Best album since three dollar bill y'all. This is how Limp Bizkit should always have been. (:
Published on 10 Mar 2009 by J. P. Roebuck
4.0 out of 5 stars Back to the roots
This album is truly awesome, from the offset you can tell that the energy is back in the band, admitedly some of the lyrics are abit dodgy but who cares?! Read more
Published on 5 Aug 2008 by Daniel Stanley
1.0 out of 5 stars Fred durst sucks
Okay thats harsh, I quite like some of limp bizkits other works, but this is terrible. Trying too hard to be taken seriously LB lose the dumb ass lyrics about sex and... Read more
Published on 8 Mar 2007 by genejoke
3.0 out of 5 stars Well
Decent album. Worth a listen. The only problem is now it looks a little stupid being called "Part 1" since a "Part 2" looks highly unlikely unless Fred pulls-a-Axel-Rose and... Read more
Published on 1 Aug 2006 by Mr. La Zeidler
1.0 out of 5 stars past it's sell by date
I think the band are a bit past it now. There are Fredhaters every where i know am one of them (and am an ex-fan). Read more
Published on 20 Feb 2006
4.0 out of 5 stars Hmmm...
Guitars: Awesome, and truly remarkable.
Drums and Bass: Quality!
Vocals: Ehm...
This album lacks SONGS! Read more
Published on 4 May 2005 by S. Fergus
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