What parents need to know
Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this angry album has sex, violence, drug references, intolerance, and sexism.
What's the story?
Yes, you'll find sex, violence, drug references, intolerance, and sexism here, but the worst offender on Limp Bizkit's RESULTS MAY VARY is tedium. Musically, the band offers little to get excited about.
Is it any good?
New guitarist Mike Smith gamely tries to shine, but it's an uphill battle all the way. The singing and arrangements lack passion; overall the production feels perfunctory. The end result is disappointing, a lowest-common-denominator effort. This is a good one to skip.
There are a few moments that transcend, almost worth the price of admission. "Red Light, Green Light" features a guest appearance by Snoop Dogg along with a welcome blast of energy. The lyrics ("Red Light, Green Light, you ready to roll? Tell me when you're ready to go...") are filled with sexual innuendo that's actually a tiny bit clever, and the fact that the question is asked at all passes for considerate behavior (however superficially) with this crew.
Families can talk about...
Families can talk about how not to behave around your peers, using graphic examples from this CD.