About “All That Easy”
“All That Easy” is a hidden song by Limp Bizkit from their album Results May Vary.
Written by Fred Durst.
About Results May Vary
Limp Bizkit’s fourth studio album, Results May Vary, was released in 2003, and it marked a departure from the rap-metal sound that had made them famous. The album featured more introspective lyrics and slower tempos, with less emphasis on the band’s signature aggressive sound. Lead vocalist Fred Durst’s voice takes on a more melodic quality, with less screaming and more singing.
Despite mixed reviews from critics, the album was a commercial success, debuting at number three on the Billboard 200 chart and eventually going platinum. The album’s first single, “Eat You Alive,” features a heavy guitar riff and a suggestive music video that generated controversy upon its release. The second single, a cover of The Who’s “Behind Blue Eyes,” was a commercial hit, reaching number five on the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks chart.
Results May Vary represents a significant shift in Limp Bizkit’s sound and style, and while it may not have pleased all of their fans, it showcased the band’s willingness to experiment and evolve musically.
How to find “All That Easy”
Play through track #15 “Behind Blue Eyes”
Listen to “All That Easy”
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