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would you go.
How much heckling would I be able to get away with.
....of corse, I still wouldn't pay to see them live
but only if they played chocolate starfish in it's entirety (including the Rollin' remix with method man: he would be present, obviously) with break stuff tacked on at the end.
I would only go if they did an entire evening of Frank Sinatra covers, much in the same way as Robbie Williams did.
yes. gotta have faith
Would be hilarious.
if wes was with them, and they didn't do anything off that truth whatnot album, and it was cheap, yeah it would be right jokes!
i'd go, but only if they did the entire gig as instrumentals.
borland's riffs were actually pretty good, but fred's utter gayness let them down severely.
sack him off and give dj lethal a laptop and ableton to mess about on and it's a deal.
A Fred Durst acapella set would be spectacular, no?
It would be the most fantastic trainwreck in history.
supporting Soulfly. I thought they were incredible at the time, really intense - I was very young though.
is really all you need to know.
in manchester on that soulfly tour, they were skateboarding outside the venue before hand trying to look cool haha
in finsbury park.
I was gonna go because The Cooper Temple Clause and Biffy Clyro were supporting. I liked them then. I think I decided not to go because it looked like it was gonna rain.
A and thisgirl were playing and some amp caught on fire
poor biffy, their sound got blown all over the shop
that's a no then. Although someone from my old rugby club did always go on about how good Godsmack were as support when he saw them. This is an added reason for the no.
omfg if limp bizkit were to perform it now at london id soooooo go to it.
omfg i miss LB. This concert is fukin craaaaazy.
wen the crowd is singing the bridge- sounds amazin.
LB hav gotta start performing again like linkin park done :D.
i actually enjoyed fwiw.
if OPM were on the bill
i went. i regretted it.
BRING IT ON!
with thisgirl, biffy clyro and a few other UK bands i can't remember. worth every penny.
My first 'gig', aged 15.
Funnily enough, it was that gig that really put me off them.
Jonathan Davis turned up and they did "All in the Family"
That song is LOLZ
"You can't eat that shit every day, Fred!"