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Three Dollar Bill Y'All

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Limp Bizkit 7/8/1997

Review

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
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Intro Limp Bizkit 0:47
  3. 2 Pollution Limp Bizkit 3:52
  4. 3 Counterfeit Limp Bizkit 5:7
  5. 4 Stuck Limp Bizkit 5:23
  6. 5 Nobody Loves Me Limp Bizkit 4:25
  7. 6 Sour Limp Bizkit 3:31
  8. 7 Stalemate Limp Bizkit 6:14
  9. 8 Clunk Limp Bizkit 4:1
  10. 9 Faith Limp Bizkit 2:25
  11. 10 Stink Finger Limp Bizkit 3:1
  12. 11 Indigo Flow Limp Bizkit 2:22
  13. 12 Leech [Demo] Limp Bizkit 2:9
  14. 13 Everything Limp Bizkit 16:24

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