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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 23 Jun 1997
  • Release Date: 23 Jun 1997
  • Label: Polydor Associated Labels
  • Copyright: (C) 1997 Interscope Records
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  • Total Length: 59:57
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  • ASIN: B001KNI0E4
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (39 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 44,465 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 3 Nov 2000
Format: Audio CD
I would give this album 6 stars if I could. This is definitely Limp Bizkit's best offering and it probably won't be beaten EVER. Go and buy this NOW. 3 Dollar bill is punk/thrash/metal/angst at it's greatest. Less smooth and refined than Significant other but much much greater in sheer energy and enthusiasm, this is the album that Limp Bizkit produced before they 'sold out' to MTV and Fred Durst's sometimes comical and ironic screaming and middle-class angst-ridden vocals have been lost in later albums. The most famous song from this album is Limp's cover of George Michael's 'Faith' but the stand-out track for me is definitly the opening track 'Pollution.' Look out for the high octane screams of 'Bring that beat back!!' half-way through the track and the extremely funny ending which sees Fred continuing to scream out his vocals after the band has finished playing, and eventually being told to 'shut the fuck up!!' It will have you doubled up with laughter. You will be amazed by this album, I have no idea why some reviewers gave this album 4 or even 3 stars, but they are clearly wrong. This album R.O.C.K.S
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By "jimmccorry70" on 17 Feb 2002
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This album is great, from the Intro the the way it pulls into the heavy song Pollution straight after it like it is added in the same song.
Amazing album. The hardest Limp bizkit Album out there so if you hate Chocolate Starfish then buy this album.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 16 May 2001
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Well, if you think you like Limp Bizkit, buy this. It will sort out the teeny boppers from the fans. When you hear this album, you wont ever want to listen to Chocolate Starfish ever again. I dont. This album has it all. Its a real musical effort from the whole band, with loads of great riffs from Wes Borland which proves that he does have talented which is used wastefully on Chocolate Starfish. The best two songs without a doubt are Pollution and Faith. Pollution is so heavy on the guitar and Fred Durst's singing (or screaming) is top-class. And the tune ends on a funny note, with Fred being told to "Shut the f*** up!" Its just a shame they dont tell him that now, when he spews his rubbish on Chocolate Starfish. The album is top class, if you dont buy this, them you're missing out on Limp at their finest!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 2 Sep 2001
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Chocolate Starfish, and significant other are classics, But this takes the Bizkit. The best album by far with their best song on it.COUNTERFEIT is the highlight of the album closely followed by FAITH. If you like MY GENERATION and ROLLIN, buy this and you'll see what I mean.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 16 Dec 2000
Format: Audio CD
The first time i had ever heard of Limp Bizkit was when they released 'Take A Look Around', and going on the strength of this i purchased 'Significant Other' shortly followed by 'Three Dollar Bill Yall'. When I first listened to it i didn't think much of it, but as i listened to over and over again, i realised that I had bought an absolutely amazing album. Songs such as 'pollution' and 'counterfeit' are so expresive, and 'faith' is a great song simply because it is a very significant song to the band. Wes Borland provides some fantastic guitar tunes, which are mixed with Fred Durst's amazing ability to convey his feelings strongly. I don't know why Fred is getting so much abuse from critics, because he is so talented and has managed to create a world class band in the space of three years after releasing this album. The best album in my collection up there with Rage Against The Machine's, 'Rage Against The Machine'
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 14 Dec 1999
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This is Limp Bizkits first album and it sold over a million albums in the states. After listening to it a few times, I am amazed it was not as recognised over here. To those of you who like stuff that rocks, as well as a bit of rap, this one's for you. Each song is heavy but also kind of mellow, you'll have to listen to it to see what I mean. For me this rivals their latest album "Significant Other". A standout song is "Faith", a cover of George Michaels song. Limp Bizkit have turned it into a superb thrash version that's 10 times as good as the original!! Overall a c.d. of high energy stuff taht will blow your mind, if Limp Bizkit don't make it big over here, I'm emigrating to the states!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 16 Jan 2000
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Having bought this album on the strength of the Bizkit`s second offering, Significant Other, (which absolutelty rocks by the way!), I was dissappointed with this release. Don`t get me wrong, it`s not a bad album. It just depends on your tastes. Compared to their second album it is poorly produced and consists mainly of mindless thrash and screaming choruses. But on its own it does stand as a good to average release. Worth buying, but not before Significant Other.
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By A Customer on 28 Feb 2001
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I first bought this album back in 1997 when Limp Bizkit weren't even heard of in the U.K. This album totally blew me away, it was the album that started off a big trend that has given us the likes of papa roach, Kid rock and to a larger extent Korn (follow the leader album)the hard hitting rock sounds with the added turntable effects brought to you none other than DJ Lethal of the House of Pain fame.
Given that this album was made by the Bizkit's when they were just a night club touring band it was recorded almost fully live and even the last song was recorded with improvisation.
It still unleashes a hard hitting statement that Hard rock & rap can work together and on hearing most songs on this album such as Counterfeit, it can make even the most hard rock bands sound like little nursery rhymes.
If you are a limp bizkit fan this is a must to have as is the other two albums. It is them at their most raw, live and out there, When I first heard it I was hooked,the next two albums became a nessecity to me. experience it.
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