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Limp Bizkit make live return


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Limp Bizkit marked their reunion with a triumphant live comeback show in Latvia on Wednesday night, thrilling fans with their first concert in eight years.

read more: http://www.3news.co.nz/Limp-Bizkit-make-li...98/Default.aspx

source: WENN.com

image: fair Use/photobucket: LIMP BIZKIT: "Not a reunion but a COMEBACK"

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i dont think the world needs a limp bizkit comeback.

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great band..wes borland rulz... :lol: :lol:

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I think I could use their comeback. I haven't been liking where Korn's been going. I enjoyed the first 3 albums of LB.

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No need for a comeback...

I still know all the words to the songs on Significant Other.

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i keep listening to their stuff over and over again...i`ve thrashed my family values tour 99 and woodstock 99 vids...i`ve driven all my mates insane playing "Cambodia" over and over again...in limp bizkit i keep seeing an excellent bunch of musicians fronted by a manic depressive white boy...it`s good stuff...and the fact that they did it all for the nookie is an added bonus...bring it on boys... :lol:

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I am very grateful for Wes's return. I thought he had a lot of energy and I enjoyed all his different personas. He's a highly rated guitarist. Fred can lay down whatever lyrics with whatever tone he'd like to. Some of it has been badass, some a high level of suck. All I know is there were some killer beats on the first 2 albums and it went downhill without Wes afterwards.

I shant knock it til I tryeth it.

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I am very grateful for Wes's return. I thought he had a lot of energy and I enjoyed all his different personas. He's a highly rated guitarist. Fred can lay down whatever lyrics with whatever tone he'd like to. Some of it has been badass, some a high level of suck. All I know is there were some killer beats on the first 2 albums and it went downhill without Wes afterwards.

I shant knock it til I tryeth it.

this. exactly how i feel.

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