Listen: Fred Durst’s Isolated Vocal Tracks on Limp Bizkit’s “Faith”
Does Fred Durst’s whiny voice annoy you to no end? Does the fact that this guy, of all people, enjoyed massive superstardom for his “talents” keep you awake at night?
Well then, lucky day! Now you can listen to Durst’s isolated vocal track on “Faith,” the band’s 1997 cover of the George Michael classic and, I’m sure I don’t need to tell you, a massive hit in its own right.
And it’s… sufficiently whiny and bad. I suggest you listen to it as you’re falling asleep tonight. The same way continued exposure to allergens can help build up your tolerance, maybe this audio track is just what the doctor ordered for your sleep troubles.
Bizkit guitarist Wes Borland said in a recent interview that the band’s next album is being held up by Durst, who feels the music they’ve recorded so far isn’t up to his standards.
Limp Bizkit’s last studio album, Gold Cobra, was released in 2011.
The band recently announced new tour dates with Spiritbox. Those are as follows:
07/29 Chicago, IL – Metro [tickets]
08/02 Clive, IA – Horizon Event Center [tickets]
08/05 Wallingford, CT – The Dome at Oakdale [tickets]
08/06 Asbury Park, NJ – Stone Pony Summer Stage [tickets]
08/09 Buffalo, NY – Rapids Theatre [tickets]
08/12 Gilford, NG – Bank Of New Hampshire Pavilion [tickets]
08/13 New York, NY – Irving Plaza [tickets]
08/15 Huntington, NY – The Paramount [tickets]
08/16 Norfolk, VA – The Norva [tickets]
08/19 Lincoln, NE – Centennial Mall & Street [tickets]
08/21 Austin, TX – Stubb’s Waller Creek Amphitheater [tickets]
08/24 Los Angeles, CA – Palladium [tickets]
[via Metal Injection]