Limp Bizkit-Rock Im Park Full Album Zip [UPD]
The track "Getcha Groove On" used an uncredited sample of music that is played during the Aerial Trapeze Act of Cirque Du Soleil's Cirque Reinvente. In the September 2008 issue of Kerrang, Wes Borland told the magazine: "We actually got sued over this piece of shit. There was some sort of sample used in it that someone didn't get full clearance for, so we ended up getting into some serious trouble for a little while." When the album was later released onto streaming services, the track "Getcha Groove On (Dirt Road Mix)", from their remix album New Old Songs, replaced the original version.
Limp Bizkit-Rock Im Park Full Album Zip
It makes perfect sense that Limp Bizkit's long-awaited sixth album should arrive amidst the stirrings of a nu metal revival. Coming a full decade after Gold Cobra, Bizkit had teased material for their upcoming album several times over the years, suggesting the title was set as Stampede Of The Disco Elephants and would see them reunite with nu metal production king Ross Robison. Ultimately none of this ever came to fruition, with singles Ready To Go, Endless Slaughter and Ministry cover Thieves not making the final cut when the album - now titled Still Sucks - was surprise-released on Halloween 2021.
OK, to get an idea of the album's sound, it's safe to say there's a heavy P.O.D. influence,with a mix of Linkin Park and (frightfully) a little Limp Bizkit. While it might seemsacrilegious to compare the Pillar boys to something as wretched as Fred Durst's Limp Bizkit tripe,Pillar's vocalist Rob Beckley does occasionally stray into a style slightly reminiscent of Durst.