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, its 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", its obvious that Borland has reinvigorated his former bandmates (in particular, bassist Sam Rivers). But frontman Fred Dursts 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 "Ive got a kid, should I send him to Sunday school?" (from "The Priest") sounds particularly silly (though its entertaining to imagine legions of nu-metallers shouting it out). The Unquestionable Truth
is that Limp Bizkit have started to move on musically. Now its up to Fred Durst to move them on lyrically. Heres hoping that Part 2
lives up to the challenge. --Robert Burrow
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