Results May Vary

Limp Bizkit - Results May Vary
Critic Score
Based on 8 reviews
2003 Ratings: #288 / 289
User Score
Based on 69 ratings
2003 Ratings: #163
September 23, 2003 / Release Date
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The ultimate douchenozzle, jorts-wearing, baseball-cap lovin', mallcore album. It's a no from me.
Limp Bizkit.
Probably the most hated opinion I have in music, I actually like this album. While it’s not without its flaws, this album still has a uniqueness that other LB albums never even came close to replicating. Compared to their other albums, I’d class this as “experimental”, and a refreshing, more rock-like approach to their catalogue of nu-metal records. One of the most infamous albums ever created, sure, but one of the worst? Not even close.
This album genuinely made me envious of people who are deaf. Nothing else needs to be said

Favorite Tracks: When it finally ended
Least Favorite: Every waking moment experiencing this
I can honestly say this album sucks. It's got a couple good songs, but overall it seems they didn't know what to do with their new guitar player. Durst never understood that nobody cared about how troubled his childhood/teen years were. I personally don't care as long as his lyrics give me something to think about. The music is not so good, they wrote a couple good riffs for this album, but the rest is just forgettable.

✅ Eat You Alive
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Track List

  1. Re-Entry 
  2. Eat You Alive 
  3. Gimme The Mic 
  4. Underneath The Gun 
  5. Down Another Day 
  6. Almost Over
  7. Build A Bridge 
  8. Red Light-Green Light 
  9. The Only One 
  10. Let Me Down 
  11. Lonely World 
  12. Phenomenon 
  13. Creamer (Radio Is Dead) 
  14. Head For The Barricade 
  15. Behind Blue Eyes 
  16. Drown
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