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Musical Disclosure by Perform School of music Episode 61

2024-03-06 15:22

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Musical Disclosure by Perform School of music Episode 61

The three appointments that follow will take us into the history of one of the most interesting and innovative bands of recent decades: Limp Bizkit.

Welcome to a new week of Musical Disclosure. The three appointments that follow will take us into the history of one of the most interesting and innovative bands of recent decades: Limp Bizkit.


Singer and founder Fred Durst, passionate about heavy metal and punk rock, has always been familiar with various artistic expressions such as breakdance and beatboxing, and he nurtures the idea of ​​creating a group that combines rock with rap in an innovative way. Around 1994, in an attempt to bring this peculiar vision to life, Sam Rivers, bassist of Malachi Sage, John Otto, drummer and Rivers' cousin, and Wes Borland were involved. The early years are characterized by performances in underground circles, with a turning point coming at a Korn concert in Jacksonville: Durst manages to attract the group's attention and offers them a demo. This encounter opens the doors to more relevant performances and sets the stage for the production of their debut album, "Three Dollar Bill, Yall$" (1997). Despite the album not being a hit, both the album and the band gain popularity through incessant touring. Since these early years, Limp Bizkit has been noted for their eccentricity: from Wes Borland's looks to the downright bizarre stage setups, through controversial radio sponsorships and verbal clashes with other artists, creating the kind of tensions that would characterize their history. The second album, "Significant Other" (1999), arrives at a time of strong presence on the music scene. Debuting at number one on Billboard, it contains successful singles like "Nookie" and "Break Stuff."


Today's listening is precisely the latter!

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