Personnel: Method Man, Redman.
Although the late-1990s rap-metal craze that Limp Bizkit helped to spawn was long gone by 2005, the band issued this GREATEST HITZ collection in the fall of that year. While the compilation does feature some of the group's hip-hop-infused tracks (the cred-building "N 2 Gether Now," featuring Method Man) it also showcases its more straightforward rock side (the brooding, neo-headbanger "My Way"). And for the Bizkit completist, the collection includes three previously unreleased tunes, including the angst-ridden acoustic number "Why" and a cover of the Verve's "Bittersweet Symphony."
|6.||N 2 Gether Now|
|7.||Take A Look Around|
|9.||Rollin' (Air Raid Vehicle)|
|12.||Eat You Alive|
|13.||Behind Blue Eyes|
|14.||Build A Bridge|
|15.||Why - (previously unreleased, bonus track)|
|16.||Lean On Me - (previously unreleased, bonus track)|
|17.||Home Sweet Home / Bittersweet Symphony - (previously unreleased, bonus track)|
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