Limp Bizkit rode the nu-metal wave started by KoRn in the early 90s to the heights of rock stardom. Frankly, they don't deserve it. While most nu-metal bands can be described as capricious at times, Limp Bizkit takes immaturity to a whole new level. this album was released in an attempt to compensate for two previous failures, but, unsurprisingly the results really haven't varied. The album is misogynistic, violent, and simplistic in far too many ways, and gives the impression that it was written by a few particularly angsty middle-school delinquents rather than by grown men who are supposed to be professionals in their field. A solid execution might perhaps have given the album a redeeming facet, but the music follows a tedious verse-chorus-verse-chorus structure, and the instrumental virtuosity is lacking. Appropriate for those older than 15, but you should really save your money.