Those expecting a Limp-er Bizkit won’t find anything resembling the mutha band from Wes Borland’s art-damaged offshoot. Instead, Fred Durst’s guitar foil constructs a comic-book universe inhabited by the likes of the ”organ splitter” and colored with pitch-altered vocal effects, hyper-distorted guitar, and whatever else his whimsy dictates. Dumb? Check. Big? Not likely. But at least Duke Lion Fights the Terror isn’t only about the nookie.
Duke Lion Fights the Terror! Those expecting a Limp-er Bizkit won't find anything resembling the mutha band from Wes Borland's art-damaged offshoot. Instead, Fred Durst's guitar...Duke Lion Fights the Terror!Rock Those expecting a Limp-er Bizkit won't find anything resembling the mutha band from Wes Borland's art-damaged offshoot. Instead, Fred Durst's guitar...2001-04-20
Genre: Rock; Lead Performer: BIGDUMBFACE; Producer (group): Flawless, Flip, Geffen
Posted April 20 2001 — 12:00 AM EDT
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