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Nu metal giants Limp Bizkit are back in their original form, ten years after the band were at their peak in 2000. Featuring Fred Durst up front and Wes Borland on guitar, the band who first achieved greatness with their number one album Significant Other have recorded a new album Gold Cobra due for release in 2010.
Characterised by the thrash rap heard on their first hit Nookie, Limp Bizkit returned to the live circuit last year, the first time the original lineup have performed together for eight years. The band's Unicorns N' Rainbows reunion tour hit Europe including an appearance at Download Festival. Faithful fans will get to hear their favourites as well as new tracks when the reunion comes to Reading and Leeds' Main stage.
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