Give me something to break! Limp Bizkit’s imfamous sophomore album doubled-down on the huge crossover success of their cover of George Michael’s “Faith” from their debut album, delivering a string of hits that pleased longtime fans and won over a huge swath of the TRL contingent in the process. I’m not gonna front like I didn’t skate to the mall to cop this CD on release day; if you were a teen in middle America in the late 90’s, with so much as a passive interest in both hip-hop and metal, it was impossible to avoid the lure of Limp Bizkit. The original vinyl pressing is incredibly rare, often trading hands for upwards of $100, so rejoice in this brand new double vinyl pressing, housed in deluxe full-color gatefold sleeve with printed insert.
- double vinyl pressing
- deluxe gatefold sleeve
- music label: Interscope Records 1999 / 2017
reviewed by Kurupt FM Intern 09/2017
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