Lean On Me
This is a reminder of what a force of nature Limp Bizkit were at the cusp of the new millennium. These nu-metal provocateurs polarized as many listeners as they galvanized with their ham-fisted hybrid of white-boy rap, dance beats, buzzy guitars and bluster. But underneath it all, Fred Durst had the heart of a philosopher, dispensing advice and twisted-up homilies that attracted a legion of disaffected listeners who suffered from their own self-image problems. Durst blazed a trail of negativity and humor, creating a group primal scream in these 17 songs that helped fans blow off steam instead of blowing up buildings.