There was no press, no nothing for the release which features a second part released later in the year.
I think it is incredible, a bit like Rage Against The Machine in some ways.
I advise you download The Truth (It's okay, Limp Bizkit are encouraging it) and see for yourself.
Don't judge on the past Bizkit. This is a very new style.
> I've always maintained that they're the heavier side of 'Party
> They're good, but you take them seriously at your peril.
There a good laugh, most songs you can jump around to at a concert and a few can be powerful (Although this is normally through Fred's anger rather than the lyrical content)...
Hardly my favorite band but I listen to them a lot.
That was actually really weird.
> Did... did you just compare Limp Bizkit to Rage...?
They're good, but you take them seriously at your peril.
> Apparently, Fred's already written Part 2, so he's basically a
> scheming little [email protected], as he could have quite easily sold it as one
> album. But this is Fred Durst, so, you know..
> Also, I can't quite believe that the original poster found
> similarities between LB and RATM. The distinct difference is that LB
> suck, whilst RATM rule.
This album is a little like Rage. In fact most reviewers seem to think so too.
Fred also said, when talking about this EP, that it was supposed to be released at EP price and the retailers are swindling. It is also apparent, as this album is being released underground, that to release it in 2 versions should help the second album to sell as the hype will still be surrounding them.
Limp Bizkit has Fred Durst. Despite Wes Borland, they still suck.
Also, I can't quite believe that the original poster found similarities between LB and RATM. The distinct difference is that LB suck, whilst RATM rule.