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New Old Songs
Limp Bizkit
New Old Songs
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop, Rock, Metal
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All Artists: Limp Bizkit
Title: New Old Songs
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 9
Label: Interscope Records
Release Date: 12/4/2001
Album Type: Explicit Lyrics, Extra tracks
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop, Rock, Metal
Styles: Pop Rap, Rap Rock, Alternative Metal
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 606949319229


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It's not's vomatrocious
A. Stutheit | Denver, CO USA | 05/16/2006
(1 out of 5 stars)

"Even the thought of Limp Bizkit making a remix album is funny. If Fred Durst and his band hadn't sold out before this, there's no question about it now. And everybody hated their "Chocolate Starfish And The Hot Dog Flavored Water" album, so why would LB (or anybody) think that some bad songs would somehow be better if they're "remixed"?

Not surprisingly, Limp Bizkit's first--and hopefully only--remix disc does not improve upon any of the band's past effots. In fact, "New Old Songs" is composed of sixteen completely unlistenable songs which actually make Limp Bizkit sound worse than they really are. Some normally decent songs (like "Nookie," "Breakstuff," "Rearranged," "Take a Look Around") are absolutely butchered on this C.D., and the bad songs (i.e. "Rollin'") are made even worse! Plus, as if one remix weren't enough, why would you want (1, 2, 3, 4...) FIVE, count 'em FIVE (!), versions of "My Way?"

The Neptunes' remix of "Nookie" is definitely in the running for the worst song ever. Even a Limp Bizkit diehard would be very hard pressed not to laugh out loud when a female voice comes on (around the 2:30 mark) and sings "noookieee." Next, the "Take a Look Around" remix loses all of the original's good guitar and bass riffs, and the "Breakstuff" remix sounds so poppy and fluffy, the violent lyrics sound ridiculously out of place. Then there's "Faith/Fame," which has been floating around since 1999. This remix doesn't have any of the catchy hooks or raw emotion or angst of the original. Finally, "Rollin'" continues the downward spiral. This song sounded very stupid when it was in its original form, and it was even worse when it was remixed with Red Man and Method Man, so why did Fred feel we needed to hear it once again?

"New Old Songs" is so annoying, ridiculous, embarrassing, and all around excrutiating to listen to, it can't even be a recommended purchase to hardcore fans. And it is so terrible, you shouldn't even recommend this disc to your worst enemy! It's worth hearing a couple of the songs, but just for a few laughs and so you know how God awful this C.D. is!"
It's like Fred Durst took a dump in a cd recorder and called
Wes "The Music Reviewer" Imel | Lapeer, MI | 11/23/2005
(1 out of 5 stars)

"I don't think I have to preach to this choir. If you have read all 1,000 reviews of this album you will realize that this album isn't even worth the plastic it was made out of. To be honest, I don't remember how I even got this album (I sure as hell know if I did buy it I didn't pay more than 50 cents for it). The beats sound terrible, the songs sound terrible, Limp Bizkit sounds terrible. People will call this band the Warrant of the late 90's early 00's. (Except Warrant was a hell of a lot better than this crap.)"
It's actually... funny.
P.T. | Northern Europe | 03/21/2006
(1 out of 5 stars)

"I'm glad i don't own this one, but i only listened the samples without caring any of your comments. The samples were actually mad funny, stupid robot sound effects on the background while this whiny kid is trying to rap with his whiny kind of way over lame beats. Butch Vig's Remix of the Nookie sounded most hilarious. No question, this was a lazy attempt of stealing pocket money from silly kids who loved limp bizkit back then. Do we even need to mention how "results may vary" was the final nail in the coffin? Okay, nowadays they've been trying to make another comeback with some poor effort of an EP and all that greatest hits stuff. That's not gonna success... Once fred durst made himself a clown, will he always be remembered as a clown. No need to try comebacks, because no one takes them seriously anymore. That's the way when you're living in the popular music industry."