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Rock Im Park 2001

Limp Bizkit

Year: 2001

Runtime: 01:14:34

Since introducing their ground-breaking Nu Metal sound to the burgeoning rap-metal scene in the late Nineties, Limp Bizkit have sold over 33 million albums around the world. The group's charismatic front man, Fred Durst, has courted controversy over the years, both on and off-stage, where he has engaged in a series of high profile physical and verbal feuds with various contemporary stars of the rap scene such as Eminem. This feature captures Limp Bizkit's performance at Germany's biggest and most prestigious rock event, held annually in Nuremberg, the famous Rock In The Park Festival in June of 2001, when they were pretty much at the height of their popularity. In this blinding set the band performed all their classic numbers and featured four of their U.K. Top Twenty hit singles, including Take A Look Around , the theme song to the blockbuster movie Mission Impossible 2 , My Way and the chart-topping Rollin .

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