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Japanese edition of single from the critically acclaimed 1997 debut album 'Three Dollar Bill Y'All', by alternative metal/ rapcore act compared to Korn, Faith No More and the Red Hot Chili Peppers. Contains five mixes of '... more »
Japanese edition of single from the critically acclaimed 1997 debut album 'Three Dollar Bill Y'All', by alternative metal/ rapcore act compared to Korn, Faith No More and the Red Hot Chili Peppers. Contains five mixes of 'Counterfeit':Album Version, Lethal Dose Extreme Guitar Mix, Lethal Dose Remix, Phat Ass Remix and USA Radio Edit. 1997 Interscope Records release. Slimline jewel case.
Well all u have to do is look at the cover, it ROCKS!!!!
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I looked at the cover and instanty went to the counter the buy it, The sound is like nothing i have herd before. Its a good mixture of hard core and melow, to anyone who thinks that they copy KoRn, you dont know sh** about KoRn or Limp.Hopefully they will tour Aussie land soon, (plenty of nookie here for them!!)LIMP BIZKIT ROCK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"
A great single, but a bit pricy
(4 out of 5 stars)
"There seem to be some questions surrounding this highly priced, yet very rare, single. The high price would be due to the fact that the album is no longer sold in America, and was from before the time of Limp Bizkit's original album, 3 Dollar Bill Y'all$. And, yes, there is a different American version, no longer sold, where the only difference is that it has no unedited album version on it.The three remixes on the album are good, but sound too much alike, especially to be worth almost 20 dollars. The "Lethal Dose Remix" and "Lethal Dose Guitar Remix" both have heavy guitars in them with great sound quality that stands out. Both versions of the song stand as more metal than rapcore. However, both of these sound too much alike one another. As for the "Phat Ass Remix", it's very electronic based and a lot simpler than the other mixes on the CD. We then have the album version, which is also available on Three Dollar Bill Y'all$, and the edited version, which is just shortened and has a few lines cut for radio.I would say that this title is not worth nearly as much as amazon.com is asking for it, and all of the titles on here are available on bootlegs. If the CD can be found for a much cheaper price, I would recommend picking it up, but 20 bucks is quite pricy for a single."