Limp Bizkit Three Dollar Bill Y'all Album
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Release information about the album
Release Date: 07/01/1997
Tracks in Three Dollar Bill Y'all: Intro (Three Dollar Bill Y'all), Pollution, Counterfeit, Stuck, Nobody Loves Me, Sour, Stalemate, Clunk, Faith, Stereotype Me, Stink Finger, Indigo Flow, Leech, Everything
Three Dollar Bill Y'all Album Tracklist
- Intro (Three Dollar Bill Y'all) Lyrics
- Pollution Lyrics
- Counterfeit Lyrics
- Stuck Lyrics
- Nobody Loves Me Lyrics
- Sour Lyrics
- Stalemate Lyrics
- Clunk Lyrics
- Faith Lyrics
- Stereotype Me Lyrics
- Stink Finger Lyrics
- Indigo Flow Lyrics
- Leech Lyrics
- Everything Lyrics
OH MY GOD IM SO FUCKED | Reviewer: Mr. Puffy FUCKHEAD | 6/5/12
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limp bizkit review | Reviewer: Anonymous | 3/1/11
limp bizkit rules i love their albums including three dollar bill ya'll's significant other chocolate starfish and the hot dog flavored water results may vary the unquestionable truth parts 1 and 2 and i cant wait till they release their new album gold cobra LIMP BIZKIT RULES!!!!!
Long-lost Gem. | Reviewer: Anonymous | 10/19/10
I have to say that I don't like Limp Bizkit, I don't much like Fred Durst, and I have a hard time taking them seriously as a band. I recently rediscovered they're debut album "Three Dollar Bill Yall$" I would have to say that this album is a longlost gem. It's hard and catchy. The best song on the album is "counterfeit". I love the way the song starts off sorta dark and moody and then without warning blasts right into Wes Borlands' angstfull, crunching riffs, along with Fred's angry vocals. The energy of this album is impressive. It's an energy that alot of today's heavy acts lack. Now don't get me wrong, I hate "significant other" and all other albums that followed, but "Three Dollar Bill Yall$" is undeniably good. You listin to this album and you can actually begin to see the band for it's collective talent and creativity. Fred Durst's lyrics are entertaining and catchy, with songs about greedy girlfriends, and relationships gone bad. The anger in his vocals as he sings about these subjects are as if he just got out of a bad breakup and he's pissed as hell. It's refreshing to hear songs about relationships that are angry as this. "You wanna play that game Bitch?!!" is something you don't hear much in nu metal or rock music in general these days. Everyone's so pussy whipped anymore that relationship/breakup songs are always sad, but not Fred, he's just pissed to the max and I love it. His identafiable pain and rage in these songs makes Wes' crunchin' guitar work all the more powerfull. Songs like "Nobody Loves Me" are golden as I just can't think of another song that's so raw with straight to the point aggresion. Again, I can't sress the energy of this album enough. Limp Bizkit has earned a little respect back from me with my rediscovery of this classic gem. This is just plain good songwriting, the likes which (if you listin to the radio) you just don't hear anymore.
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