Limp Bizkit Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water
Grade C
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When listening to this album, one word comes readily to mind: Cliché.

Musically, this album is a nice, but short, step forward. The more straightforward sound of Significant Other is injected with the raw, moody feeling from the first album. Tracks like Hot Dog and Rolling are excellent and should be popular on their own.

But, the music is totally played down by the fact that Fred Durst's ego spills out through his mouth. This is not an album any person would play at a public event. The excessive cursing is beyond distracting and how many times can one man spout off the same catch-phrases before we just turn off the album. If Fred Durst would just shut up for one moment, we might be able to actually enjoy this album.

On the whole, the album is decent, but it just seems that Limp Bizkit has found its safe place musically and is staying there.

- - Kinderfeld

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