Limp Bizkit- Significant Other
Pressed on Translucent Red vinyl.
Limited to 2,000
Label: Interscope / Flip
Bust out your Jnco's, dust off your Pony high-tops and top yourself off with a red New York Yankee's cap, because this update will kick off, just like this.
Words cannot describe my love for Significant Other. This record has made so many memories while growing up, that I seem to place this next to one of the very few things I can completely relate each aspect of this album to a certain time, place and person. Each track on this album posses some nostalgic rush of energy that I will embrace forever. From the opening intro, breaking into Just Like This, I knew when I was a little kid that this album had something I'd never heard before, and I can honestly say that about each Limp Bizkit (except for the shit without Wes, we don't talk about that) seems to lock down perfectly. Hook after hook and each bit of each verse, this album posses that era is such a positive way that it drives you to reminisce about how amazing things were when we were younger, and how incredible Limp Bizkit truly was.
John Otto, take em' to the Matthew's Bridge.
Listen to: Limp Bizkit