It’s like seeing the pope in cargo shorts.
From Fred Durst hanging with Heather Locklear to Lil’ Kim’s iconic pasty, this all happened 15 years ago!
They don’t make ‘em like they used to.
It’s time to find out whether you’re an all star, or if you do it all for the nookie.
Prince or Springsteen? Spice Girls or Lauryn Hill? Britney or Madonna? You may be surprised.
Twelve rounds of the heated debates you and your best friends had back in the day.
If you take away the guitars and drums, most rock songs just sound like a maniac hollering in the street. Which is not necessarily a bad thing.
And we’ve been going downhill ever since. Sorry, humanity.
Snow White tried so hard, and got so far, but in the end it didn’t even matter-er-er-errrrerrrrr.
In a rough chronological order, these are the most ’90s hits of the ’90s.
“Don’t be in Limp Bizkit,” surprisingly, did not make Wes Borland’s list of tips on how to improve your life.
The music industry is all like, “Gotta Catch ‘Em All!”
This is a tune from an album that sold over 12 million copies around the world in 2000. Brace yourself.
In 2000, the Playboy Mansion hosted an album release party for Limp Bizkit’s Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water. It was the place to be.
Nookie. Rap rock. Red hats. Breaking stuff. This is the true story of Fred Durst.
Ah, the early 2000s, when rap was rock and everyone had a really, really stupid name.
Tumblr user Synecdoche wrote a perfect opening scene for Fred Durst’s new sitcom. The real show is currently in development for CBS’ fall lineup.
Anthony Fantano of The Needle Drop gives a great perspective into Limp Bizkit’s new album, ‘Gold Cobra’.
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While I’m sure it’s with the best intentions, Fred Durst’s TwitPic’d tribute to the King of Pop makes me feel a bit uncomfortable.
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Fred Durst and his new bride go on a hot date to none other than Medieval Times! The singer-turned-director shows off his date & front row seats at the jousting match. TwitPics are truly the new “Stars Are Just Like Us!” section of US Weekly.
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