Limp Bizkit: “Stereotype Me” from Three Dollar Bill Y’all

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About “Stereotype Me”

“Stereotype Me” is a hidden song by Limp Bizkit from their album Three Dollar Bill Y’all.

The song does not appear on some digital editions.

About Three Dollar Bill Y’all

Limp Bizkit’s debut album Three Dollar Bill Y’all is a raw and aggressive fusion of rap, metal, and punk that helped to define the nu-metal genre in the late 1990s. The album features the hit singles “Counterfeit” and “Faith”, a cover of the classic George Michael song. Frontman Fred Durst’s aggressive rap-style vocals and DJ Lethal’s turntable skills are highlights throughout the album. Three Dollar Bill Y’all is notable for its blend of catchy hooks, heavy riffs, and a unique sense of humor that is both brash and sarcastic. The band’s lyrics often touch on themes of anger, frustration, and rebellion against societal norms. The album also features a range of sounds and styles, including the melodic ballad “Sour”, the hard-hitting “Pollution” and the anthemic “Stuck”. Three Dollar Bill Y’all is a bold and uncompromising debut that helped to define Limp Bizkit’s sound and pave the way for their future success.

How to find “Stereotype Me”

On CD: Play through track 9 (“Faith”)

Listen to “Stereotype Me”

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