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Creamer (Radio Is Dead) - Limp Bizkit - Results May Vary

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It was the band's only release under the sole-leadership of vocalist Fred Durst after the temporary departure of guitarist Wes Borlandwho left in Snot guitarist Mike Smith was initially brought in to replace Borland, although the band's falling-out with Smith later led to his departure, with much of the material recorded with him being discarded from the Dont Give Up - Various - Earthrise - The Rainforest Album release.

Durst and a number of guests ended up handling the majority of the album's guitar work. The album differed from Limp Bizkit's established sound up until that point; although the album still featured elements of hip hop and heavy metalit also branched out into other musical styles, including alternative rockacousticfunkand jazz.

It also featured less rapping and more introspective lyrics related to heartbreak, bullying, and self-pity. An alleged affair with Britney Spears by Durst denied by Spears during collaborating sessions for her album Gypsy Woman - Martin Sexton - Black Sheep the Zone and resulting rejection by Spears was cited as an inspiration for some of the album's material as well.

Upon its release, Results May Vary peaked at number 3 on the US BillboardSinging Surrender - Woe Of Tyrants - Threnody at leastcopies in its first week of sales.

While the album still eventually went platinumboth the debut and lifetime sales were still Creamer (Radio Is Dead) - Limp Bizkit - Results May Vary below prior albums Significant Other and Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water Results May Vary sold at least 1. Results May Vary was Limp Bizkit's last studio album released before they went on hiatus for three years, starting from to Both Limp Bizkit and Borland will continue to pursue their respective musical careers.

Both wish each other the best of luck in all future endeavors. If I was to continue, it would have been about the money and not about the true music, and I don't want to lie to myself, or to them or to fans of Limp Bizkit. According to Durst, Limp Bizkit would "comb the world for the illest guitar player known to man" to replace Borland.

It made life easier and more positive. It made us look forward to getting together as a band so much more. The positive effect he had on me just made the whole experience of Limp Bizkit feel like a brand-new entity. Jon Wiederhorn of MTV wrote, "Limp Bizkit jammed with four finalists after their much-publicized guitarist audition tour, but now it looks like Fred Durst might be taking a cue from his Puddle of Mudd pal Wes Scantlin and handling both vocal and guitar duties himself.

After a later falling-out with Smith, Durst told a Creamer (Radio Is Dead) - Limp Bizkit - Results May Vary : "We are the type of people that stay true to our family and our instincts and at any moment will act on intuition as a whole. Mike wasn't the guy. We had fun playing with him but always knew, in the back of our minds, that he wasn't where we needed him to be mentally. Like a prescription drug, each persons reaction to the ingredients will be different.

Durst, explaining what Results May Vary is about [12]. Results May Vary was recorded under the leadership of Durst, who influenced a direction differing from Limp Bizkit's established sound.

Durst wrote three songs for Spears' album In the Zone. Durst and Spears worked on those songs in Creamer (Radio Is Dead) - Limp Bizkit - Results May Vary studio. After Spears denied the relationship, Durst refused to allow those three songs to appear on Spears' album In the Zone. According to Durst, "The scream in 'Eat You Alive' is like an animalistic, sexual, crazy, primitive roar", and the desire which came with this behavior. Released on September 23,[4] Results May Vary peaked at number three on the Billboard [41] with sales of at leastcopies in its first week of being released, [42] ending Limp Bizkit's number-one streak on the chart.

Durst finished the remaining two songs of Limp Bizkit's set and after the concert, Durst had seven stitches administered by a private physician. Limp Bizkit planned to play shows in BaliBangkok and Manila. Critical reception of Results May Vary was mainly negative.

The album received "generally unfavorable reviews" on Metacriticwith a score of 33 out of The results are consistent throughout your new album—consistently crappy.

They really shouldn't have bothered [ Although Results May Vary received primarily negative reviews, according to Spinthe album "isn't all that horrible".

Durst also is not so obnoxious nearly so often; at the same time, his songs too often lack the harsh melodic spark that once turned his ravings into pop hits". From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Redirected from Creamer Radio is Dead. Limp Bizkit. Twenty And Two Fives - Cryptic Dawn - Aggrometh (File, Album) —January May—June Nu metal rap metal rap rock alternative rock.

Flip Interscope. Sometimes it's about less is more. It's about the seed. Thinking about this gigantic tree that you think is so beautiful but it started with this just seed.

So 'less is more' is sort of the theme. Durst John Otto Sam Rivers. Durst Otto Rivers Mike Smith. Durst Otto Rivers Smith. Durst Otto Rivers Welch. Snoop Dogg Durst. CMJ Network. October 29, Retrieved December 20, December 21, Retrieved May 31, Retrieved 7 January Archived from the original on February 3, Retrieved October 16, Retrieved December 17, Yet Again". Chart Attack. August 9, August 21, November 14, Retrieved October 25, The Observer.

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