The Story - Limp Bizkit - The Unquestionable Truth (Part 1) things first: of course it's better than Results May Vary. How could it not be? But The Unquestionable Truth, Pt. Surely, the return of prodigal guitarist Wes Borland to the fold has something to do with it, since this isn't just harder and heavier than Results May Varyit has actual riffs, which were in short supply on that debacle.
But this isn't quite the party-hearty violence of Significant Othereither: this is a deadly somber, bitter, angry record, one that intentionally shuns fun. Not that Limp Bizkit have ever been all that fun to listen to in the first place; there's something about their plodding, jerky rhythms, hook-deficient riffs, and Fred Durst 's rage-addled, chipmunk squeak that Hold Tight - Various - Marquee - The Collection 1958-1983, Volume 1 contemptuous of the very notion of a good time, even if Significant Other provided the soundtrack to many frat keggers at the turn of the century.
That was a long time ago, though, and those year-old kids are in their mid-twenties, not quite ready to revisit the adolescent angst that fueled the first two Bizkit albums.
Never to fear -- Durst has grown up, too. He's now 34 and a new father and he's finally discovered the outside world, keeping the "you did this to me" rants and "what a bitch fame is" laments to a minimum. Instead, he's writing about corruption in the church nice timing, considering this was released just a couple weeks after the election of Pope Benedict XVIthe quest for truth, and the evils of mass media, particularly E!
True Hollywood Story. Some might say that there are bigger problems in than the tyranny of E! Similarly, the music is a step in the right direction -- it's more ambitious, dramatic, and aggressive, built on pummeling verses and stop-start choruses.
It's kind of like a stab at neo-prog alt-metal, only not nearly as bizarre and interesting as that would suggest, because this Henri - Kaitsu Pahlman* - Soolo, after all, Limp Bizkitwho are hidebound by their awkward, sluggish, thuggish attack.
And, lest you forget, they're also held back by Durststill the most singularly unpleasant, absurd frontman in rock. Not for nothing has his name become a synonym for "worst" in the blogosphere: Durst doesn't seem to have any sense of perspective or sense of self. He quotes Aldo Novaand not ironically.
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