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‘All About the He Said, She Said…’: Hear Our Podcast Debate on Limp Bizkit’s Legacy

Our Rolling Stone Music Now podcast joins the ongoing debate over the merits and meaning of Fred Durst’s band

UNSPECIFIED - circa 1970:  Photo of FESTIVALS and CROWDS and AUDIENCE and LIMP BIZKIT  (Photo by Mick Hutson/Redferns)UNSPECIFIED - circa 1970:  Photo of FESTIVALS and CROWDS and AUDIENCE and LIMP BIZKIT  (Photo by Mick Hutson/Redferns)

LIMP BIZKIT circa 1990's

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Rap-rock anti-heroes Limp Bizkit are an unlikely hot topic this summer, thanks to a new Woodstock ’99 documentary on HBO, a prominent performance at this year’s Lollapalooza festival, and a general impulse by a new generation of critics to reassess their legacy. (They also just canceled a tour over Covid safety concerns, proving that the Fred Durst who crowd-surfed on plywood ripped from sound towers at Woodstock is long gone.)

In the new episode of Rolling Stone Music Now, Rob Sheffield and Brittany Spanos join host Brian Hiatt to talk all things Bizkit – including a full-on argument over Durst’s behavior at their Woodstock ’99 performance.

To hear the entire episode, press play above, or download and subscribe on Apple Podcasts or Spotify.

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