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Faith by Limp Bizkit

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CAUTION: NU METAL ALERT! Drew and Dave dive into the underworld of nu metal as they discuss 90s powerhouse Limp Bizkit's cover of Faith. Lots to cover here, so you just better listen. Also, make sure to check out Melinda Barnett's bakery - Hudson Mill Home Bakery. The cookies are delicious!!!

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Everyone end welcome to songs gonewrong where we, along with you, the fans to Sih. If these sit songs got itright or did those songs go wrong? One of your hostro Zachman and joining meas always, is Dave. Schaltz Dave. How are you doing good, Sir Hello drew itfeels like Yons, maybe Millennia, caus I've been on our our show been a while.I'm glad Yo Lide your back thanks. I I should make up a really funny storyabout where I've been, but I don't want to do that right now. Oh sorry, it's Igo, I'm finally back out of jail. Well, that that is true yeah. I just leave itat that yeah I was in the hooss cow, so I'm a change man though I'm reformed.Have you have you have you found the Lord? The Lord has always been with me: okay,don't ever question that drew I'm just I'm just checking the Lord has neverleft my side. Well, I I just figured I'd bring that up,because you know a lot of times. You just have to have faith. Yes,indeegthere this adull in drew land as good. That was good, but before wedigin guys, as always, if you haven't done so ready make sure you hitsubscribe to make sure you get all of our episodes and they come out which infact is twice a week, and if you could also leave us a five starof Yiou, anitunes that would be awesome. And if you do, let me know- and I will havesome songs gone wrong stickers sent to your house and you can also folluw uson twitter and Instagram at songs, gone or drop us an email, sgw podcast atgmlcom or visit our website, songs, gone wrongcom and also we have our ownsongs gone wrong, playlist on Spotifys, so you can keep up the date with thesongs we discuss each episode and before we Tik into this episode Dave. Iknow we want to say thank you again to one of our lovely and wonderfullisteners, Melenda Barnet, who did send us some delicious cookies. Oh yeah and I reached out to herpersonally through twitter on DM's direct messageand I wa Shi something yeah and I was like wow I'm talking about thesecookies, how good er cookies are and how much you changed my life and I waslike. Maybe I should delete these messages, my my wife's going to readthese and think I'm having in a fail. Yeah. That's what's funny like you knowwhen you, when e, I feel like a lot of times on twitter. I see people sayingthat go. These skum bags are sliding in the YDNDS and I'm like like. If I DMsomebody it's I'm thanking that because they sent me cookies or I like I'm liketrying to get them to listen to the podcast like that. That's the extent ofwhy I'm in your DMS or I wanto or...

...there's like a couple friends I talk toon twitter about like baseball or hockey cards from the S. that's yeah,that's my in the DNS. I get it right, but I'm still just trying to say, likeyou know, it's so innocent and because listen thesecookies knock my freaking sock off man. These were no joke. These were legitone of the cookies, with the best cookie I ever freaking to ad in my life,and you usually were- and you usually wear two pairs of sucks. I yeah sosomething dude flew right off my feet. It was like they were just like Ipropelled with fuel or something but yeah man, but I'm looking at the DMSand I'm like. Oh, I mean I'm just praising this woman for the cookie. Idid it all for the Cookie Huh you did it offer h. That was I other, but youbeat me to it. Yeah well, we're both pretty cheesy drew, but the thing was Iwas like yeah. I don't know. I don't want my wife to see these Shen be likeyeah. What's going on here telling this woman, she changed your life with hercookie yeah, I'm in trouble. Now I'm in the Doghouse Baby. Thanks for thosecookies, the were delicious but not yeah, an all seriousness. They were thebest cookies ever so yeah totally. If you can ever hit upMilinda baronet and try her cookies, you better they're delicious m. Theyare good. Now, let's move on to our episode here, Dave we are talking aboutthis night late, lates, classic. Okay faith were haing about faith from lookbiscuits which was off their album three dollarbill, Yall Yep yeah came one housand, nine hundred and ninety seven. Now incuse you didn't know, this is actually a cover. George Michael is the Origis,a writer of the song, and he released this version off the album of the samegame back in one thousand nine hundred and eighty seven now did. You also knowDave that our good friends Alvin and the chipmunks covered this song as wellon one thousand nine hundred and eighty eight album the chipmunks and chipetsborn to rock really IUS wasn't aware. But now I got to go.Look that up, I goit to seek that one out I feel like. Maybe we should havedone this episode on that version as supposed tot OLYMP bisget one well didit chart. Was it a you know, I don't even know where that would happen. Like you know it didn't change records yeah!THAT'S WEIRD! I don't know Whete Im in the chipmunks, no, no platinum there!Well I'll tell you what I mean. I played thes shit out of that chipmunksChristmas tape that cassette tape I had from like the s or whatever I think thecassette was probably from like the s or whatever, but de when I was a kid. Iplayed that shit all the time. I'm sure my parents are like stop fuckingplaying that. Well, you know it's even weirder about it was the chipmunks areprobably just like adults and they of course they just spet up the tempo tomake them sound like chipmoks or whatever, but theyrl probably chain thesmoking Butts Drinking Beers laughing about, like Oh yeah, get Paidi this.You know what I mean like this is ritidiculous but hey whatever you know,Goit to pay that electricity bill man Olike snorting blow off like a hookersstomach yeah like all right. LET'S DO!...

Let's do all I want for Christmas. IsMy two front teeth here? You go a theator baby, let it rel it's put onwax, but Dave. What are some of your memories of this song? Okay, I saw LYMPiscuit open for Primis back in Maine in the late S, and beforeI even saw the band, I found it fairly interesting that Primis had a normaltour bus right. They had their rock star set up. You seeit outside you',very impressed. You like, okay man, these guys know how to travel. Yeah LimBiscuit had a ou hall that they put duct tape on to make it read threedollar bill. You Hall, that's Clever Right, considering thename of their record, and then I saw him they were okay. They were fairlyhigh energy, which is something I could appreciate the time. But here's alittle tid bit that some people might not be old enough to remember. Theythrew cassette singles out into the crowd. So I brought one of those homeand I believe faith was on that and yeah I don't know. I was never the bigbiggest limpbiscuit fan, I guess, is like yeah cool. I saw him ne other hugeLotdy, Daddy da fredder sucks, but thosee. Basically, my memories oflimbiscuit and this Ditty hm yeah mine, I feel like my memors- are a bitdifferent because I oven know where to began right. Thisalbum, I feel like hit me at the right time. You know I was this angry, likeangsty Junor, an high school. At that time, yeah I was listening to mostlymetal at that time, like corn, deafh tones fear factory toll stil had myause and chains going on rage against the machine. Vision of disorder like Rin our school, like hardcore music, was very popular at that time. So bandslike Earth crisis, you know Vod O. I forget some of the other bands that welistened to, but yeah there were a lot of them that we listend to so anythingthat was kind of heavy was popular at that time too, and and thenwe get this band right from Jacksonville Florida, they come intothe scene and and to your point yeah. They were definitely full of energy,definitely full of anger, and so, as I you know most of the people I hungaround with had this album onsteady rotation. I feel like ninety seven waslimbiscas three dollar billyall and the deafh tones around the FIR. I feel likethose albums, were getting regular play in everybody's car and at this point Ithink all the cool kids in school had their Gen Co, Jens and bleached frosted tips with the giantWallet Chain, an Lympis Cutcidi, Oh yeah, I had the l yeah. I had the LimBiscuit CD, but that was about all I had in common with the cool kids.Although I did have a lot of adedist jump suits back then. So I still did'thelp me ouord out, I mean Truy, I feel like I was so anxty and angry. Well whyand then you're like man, I was, I was jump suit, crazy. So knowing you andyour youth must have been a very...

...interesting thing. It was. It was aweird, a young man yeah correct! Well, let's just leave it atthat, but before we get moving into the Ebsode, let's, let's give a quicklittle lesson on new metal. What do you think yeah, because I was GOINTA call newmetal? I was going to call it hybrid because I was huge at that point intime. You know you mentioned were talking about Olympis Gip in, of course,corn. I think corn yeah like the catalyst for a lot of this, even thoughthey really weren't ut. Yes, please educate me, Sir Yeah,because Thi's oething is the first time we've really talked about like a new metal or a band like this.On this show so and and lip biscuit, does you knowthere? You can call them rap rock, which I feel is probably a betterdescription for them as opposed to new mob, but new metals, so vague, rightand basically, new metal is alternative metal that has elements ofother genres in there like hip, hop funk industrial things like that. Youknow rares the occasion you'll hear a guitar Solo Ind, a new metal song.Usually they would kind of opt for like a DJ, scratching or and corn. You justhave like Jonathan Davis like beat boxing or whatever whver the fuck. Itis that he does often new metal bands tuned theirguitars way down now. Grunt. I think, maybe keep me honest here. Davut. Ithink grunge were the first bands that I can think of that tune. Dit theirguitars down a bit like sound garden. An allison chains would use a dropdtuning. I don't I don't know if they're the first ones to ever. Do that?No. But the thing is, I think, with the new mental sound less than just theguitar tuning, it was at the Bas strings were tuned so loose that theywere actually oh yeah off the stage floor because it was justres. IAI Don't want to imitate the song withmy face, but you anybody who knows what I'm talking about knows that soundfieldy, yeah, the yeah and but bay have bands like corn would tunedown, you know even lower and they would use a seven string. So, basically,a seven string, you get a six string, guitar a seven string that seventhstring is actually a thicker string than you know what then the top string?That's there already, so it's almost like a base, string, they're kind ofputting on the guitar, and they would tune their guitars all the way down tolike a drop a if I'm not mistake, an Cornwood which is basically you're likea base guitar at that point, but they would focus on the rhythm and be asopposed to complexity. Thet would use like a lot of pedals like a course or aFlanger, the occasional wat pedal with their guitars now going into raprockright. I think our guys Rick Ruben Right, I feel like if you were around at that time fee like RickRuben's name, was definitely popping up youork with run DMC. The beasty boys,the Red Hot Chili peppers, amongst others, run DMC and the beasty boysmight be the early adopters here, with their first mainstream rap rock song,being a remake of walk. This way between run DMC and aerosmith anthraxand public enemy collaborated on...

...brining the noise. In Ninety one, whichis that's a cool song, I like that, but going back to eight ninety, your boysfaith, no more release their album, the real thing and on there was a massivesingle, some might call it epic get it. It was so. Yes that is yeah. That'sthat's proper advertising there yeah now a great song but yeah epicdefinitely has rap rock. In there a nat song was release as a single in Janar,onethousand, nine hundred and ninety, and then you have the judgment nightsound track, which mixed a rap group with a rock roup HEU had biohazard andonyx collaborating on a version of slam which was pretty cool, and then we gotrage against the machines debut album in ninety two, and in a lot of thesethings you now kind of led to, I guess the new metals genre blowing upin the mids, and I think people say corner at the epicenter of new metal orat least whe're. The first really hit it big and you know kind of bring thatgenre. I guess you could say it's to the mainstream, but what are? What areyour thoughts on new metal, huit sucks? Oh God, I hate new metal. Listen, I'mnot big into labels. I've said this time and time again is yeah. If youwant to call something goth or emo or something it's like come on man, it'sjust music, whatever it's just how how it makes people feels I make Yiu feelgood is make you feel happy apparently made you feel anxgty and angry, but Imean whatever it Goit ta rise out of here, but yeah. If you, if you look atnew metal as a whole, in the way you just described I to where it wasn'tjust a couple bands, and maybe some of their songs, we're talking about astyle that it produced, I mean it's just its one of those things. Where couldyou imagine seeing a dude walking down the street now dressed up the same way, you would have seenpeople dressed up at a limp, biscuit, show in say, yeah, two thousand you'dbe like Whoa Dude like grow up. Man is time to to reassess your life and I thinkthat's new metal is a whole. It was a fad. It was a whole thing that reallydid not make its impact on me long, lasting yeah, a D and For me it made animpact at that time, but I don't I'll talk to it a bit more, but I don'treally listen to it all that often like every I feel like of late. I have beenlistening to it a little bit more and by a little bit more I mean like.Maybe I might listen to a couple songs like every other week, so it's not likeon regular rotation for me, but yeah, some of them, I'm just like what thehell was. I doing back then right, but but there's a lot of there's a lot ofbands. I mean that get lumped in there and again likeit. Labels are kind of dumb. You know likelike the death tones get lumped in as new metal. They are not new metal,chevelle gets M lumped in there. I wouldn't call them new metal fearfactory, I'm like those guys are like industrial speed, metal, basically,don't know why they get lumped Om, a new metal aflaw. I used to listen totheir shit out of them, but I haven't really listened to them too much oflate godsmack. They blow yeah, corn,...

...obviously new metal. I listend to theirfirst album a little bit, maybe like once a year I feel like I have like acorn week. I guess you could say it's kind of like shark week, but I listento corn and and then I might go like the rest of the year without listeningto them. It's kind of weird like forlike a week, I'm like boy, I reallywant to dig into corn and life, is peachy and issues and followed theleader and all their album at least tar. First, like five albums or so, and thenI'm like okay, I'm good. We I'll listen to you guys again next year, but LimBIS got. I mean I haven't really listened to them. Like I don't evenknow the last time I really gave their album alist and it's got to be at leastten years. Yeah for Melion Hark Yeah, I meanLincoln Park. I listen to them every once in a while lost profits. Yikes,that's a I'm not going to go there Papa Roach, not a fan. Seven dust getslooped into new metal. I Don, I think, they're, just straight on metal they're,so good switched is another band. There's this guys from Ohio. I actuallythey're, probably one of the bands I listen to the most actually, but Idon't. I don't know if I call them new metal necessary. I think they're just oknow regular old metal stains. I hate them static X. I like them tapro. I likethem, that's kind of a and there's a whole bunch of other bants, those theones yeah. Well, I was GOINNA say for listeners out there. You just say youknow drew gets a nickel every time he named drops a newbet new metal band. Sothat's. Why he's really getting hot and heavy wit? This list of bands he's throwing etown concrete? Oh Yeah Dingdin. I just got paid slip, Nungi'm just cash andchecks. Yes right, baby yeah. So let's look at their numbers. Wot spotify,limbis CET is over six point: eight million monthly listeners on spotify,which I kind of find ostanding yeah yeah. George Michael's faith has beenstreamed over two hundred and fifty three million times and also GeorgeMichael has over thirteen point six million monthly listeners. Also GeorgeMichael, was the shit he was so talented, so he's amazing and hisversion. George Michael's version of faith hit number one on the USbillboard, hotlone hundred back in December, O one thousand nine hundredand eighty seven and stayed there for four weeks and limbiscit's version didnot chart on the US billbord hi. One hundred so there's that take that LimBiscuit Yeah put that in your pipe now this album this, the songs, writtenbylim biscuit- are pretty much angry right. So how does? How does faith?Compare to the rest? The songs on the album faith doesn't fit in lyricallynecessarily since they also didn't write it, but the rest of the songs arepretty angry. I think musically, it's kind of similar to the you know therest of the music on there, but lyrically yeah. It's. It definitely stands out now heresomthing imgoant, to talk about rear, quick, Dad, ous significant other which,as their followup album. I remember the hype for that. Album- and it wasmassive, at least for you know, everybody that I knew and like all theoutlets that I followed and then I was...

...just out of my mind, waiting for thatalbum. What were some albums that you remember being like super excited tocome out? Oh, like an album, you might have like waited outside of a store togo pick up around that time. Anything by stone, temple, pilots. I love STP, Oh boy. At that point in time to, I wasreally getting my groove going with David boy, so I don't remember what your earthlanecame out, but when that came out, I was super jazz to get it again, one ofthose things where I'd be willing to wait in line to purchase it anythinglemon heads related, but I know I'm getting paid o nickel for every. I namedrop off the top of my head, but yeah. I'm wondering, though, with thisquestion that you're asking me is there one man in particular you're expectingme to say no okay yeah, but we faith no morebasically. My usual suspects ofbands I'd been following for a while, and I really totally dug all thematerial from yeah. Wasn't Limisi, no tell you that I mean, I remember you know, because at that time you knowwhen that album came out like I got it when it came out pretty much, maybe notlike immediately maybe like a month or so after it came out it kind of once Istarted getting around and you know at that time I was seventeen, so I waslike I can, you know, go around to stores and go get albums like as soon as they comeout, and I remember that when I was like insanely excited for, I rememberthe Tripod album from allison chains when that came out. I was very excitedabout that one metallica load, because at that point yeah I was well versed inmetalic and I was like go. I can't wait for a load to come out and then I feellike rage against the machine's evil empire might have either that or fearfactories obsolete were probably the two albums that I was probably the mostexcited about. I'm like Jus could not wait like I remember fear factor. Ithink I like preordered it at the wall, or maybe I was like Sam goody. It wasone of those stores and I because, like back that, he didn't have the Internet,or at least there wasn't. You know what it is now and I would call them. Iwould go there and be like hey. Is it out yea, because I think it got pushedback like a couple weeks or like a month or so, and I woeld go like everyother day e like oh? Is it ready it and no, it wasn't ready yet. Well, here'sone for you and it's not exactly from that year. But when I was a teenager, I had to docrazy ash chores to earn the money for my mother to buy a cassette megadefhcountdown to extinction, because I was so hyped for that and now ask me whatwas the last time I listene to that record: Hey Dave! When was the last time you listen tothat record. Ohbuddy it's been decades. I mean it's amazing how you prioritizesomething in your life and you think it's going to be the biggest thingsince slice, bread and then you age, you get older and go oh shit. I can'tbelieve I was crazy for that stuff way...

...back when, and that happened to be oneof them yeah now it is it is. I could take this conversationcompletely different direction, but I won't but yeah just about like you knowthings that we thought were important when we were young and like now we'relike what butbut yeah. It's like like those a lot of those bands ingently like limdas kid I was like. I love the biscuit now, I'm like no, Idon't. I like Fred Dersis, a Dush bag and theyre their musics kind of sucks.Yeah I mean corns life is Pachy was another one. I mean, there's probablyaround the fur by the deaf tones too, but you know a lot of those. I mean Istill listen to the deathtones on a pretty regular basis, but they're so diverse and and talented I meanChino is amazing but yeah, but some of those albums also like Istill listen to the AUS and change Tripod album. I don't really listen tofear factory too much anymore, like I'm pretty sure, like I listen to fearfactor like nonstop for like a good six years, Yep. So basically we' Gettin, tothe point that limp biscuit is one of those acts that does not age well tothe point where no you, if you were there for when it was happening, youwere like in that Prime Age, like you said, you were Oh yeah, man yeah, thatthat is not something you took with you as a a journey in life. It was just yetagain, like I mentioned earlier, a fad, that's what they were. You know I meanwhat commercial are they on now that I want to say is Guyco wher, the womanhas the broken car stereo and it keeps playing. I think it was nooky and Shehayea. You know I mean an Fred Dursn, an she any. She like Fread ther walking byhe's like whathe like, Oh God, this piece of crap look at you. You pieceShit, you know and like I don't know man, but that's the thing like it's ajoke. Now is a joke. It's unbelievable, but that's just that's just how thingswork, man with music, any kind of form of art- really, I suppose, except formaybe painting, I don't see many Vango Guygo commercials, no, no, not too many,but still yeah. You know just Lim Iskuit Man, it was a slinky. Wellactual know: slinkies are better than limbiskuit. What the hell am I talkingyeah slinkies. Are Things are pretty good Lim Biscuit? They were tight roll.Don't I don't want to say crystal pepsigs, I fucking love Cryrstol, PEPs,yeah, no coed naked t shirts, that's what theywere. Yes, they are linbiscuit. They are thekoed naked T, shirts of Music Yep. There you go there. YEU Go aret Thee,if any anything else doint to ad or you want to just get right into our finalverdict. Here I guess we can get into the final verdict. I mean we mentioneit's a cover and it bothers me because I don't thinkFred. Durris is a good singer. Ofvyea obviously, but I mean when you listento this song, it seems like he put zero effort whatsoever into actuallycrafting this cover, wherein if you were like, let's say ween right andthat might be your stick kind of me, a...

...little goofy and odd ball and what haveyou? It makes a little bit more sense, but Ithink this was just lazy. It was just terribly lazy. The energy is in factthere at one point in this song when he proceeds to scream- and I think it'sthe his own original lyric to this song about getting the fuck up before the DJstart. Scratching has t was a great addition. Thank youvery much. Yes, Yeah Fred Dershcharra Mater you're a modern day, WilliamShakespeare Yeah. He is and then the DJ start scratching like he's, got aration and you go wow. Okay. Now I can see all the mental heads thrashing andmarshing and going crazy to this man, but I mean I do remember, being immensely popular.You said it didn't chart, but I mean it was on every car stereo that I canremember every party I went to people like yeah man got a Crak faith and thenlater on, they covered what do they cover the WHO, I believe, so they hindblue eyes. Yes, they saw the formula was effective for them and they triedto to carry through with it and keep on tha keep those dollars rolling in theback door. I keep them rolling e see if I'm rolling, we should be ashamed of ourselves.becast of the streets, make it and DART and feathered, but I was you know whatDude I you know: I've listened to them for so fucking long. I need to somehowuse that knowledge, at least in Corny, dad jokes. So this is me kind of tryingto get some value out of the wasted years. I have spent listening to thisfucking band, so yep you're GOINGTO, listen to it, whether you like it ornot. I Yep yeah that's the way it is, but I mean yeah,my verdict is this: Song fucking blows man this sucks. This is a song gonewrong on so many levels. The band is a band gone wrong on every fiber of theirbeing. I cannot stand limp biscuit and I really, if I woke up tomorrow andscientist, said: Hey, listen to all your bad memories. We can wipe themaway with this ittle implant that we put in your brain. I say: No, you don'tneed to do that. Just I raise all my memories of Lim Biscuit please and Iwould live content and happy for the rest of my days now dre. What are youropinions on this song? But here's the thing, though? HMM wouldn't you?Wouldn't you rather have those memories, so you know now not to listen to them.No, I wouldn't iss if you, because if you have those memories removed, youmight be like oh who's, this Lim iscit. Let me check them out and now you'regoing to ruin your life now. So I feel, like you know what it's done. It's inthe past. I don't. I know better than so listen to them. That means I have notaste and that I have no objective ear to understand what is good and what ispure trash and if I rased my memory of lymp biscuit yetfound them to be grevelicious and worthy of my time throughout the courseof the day to listen to I I mean I am not suitable to be mixed in with thehuman populace and I should probably be eliminated. Okay, fair, that's fair! What about you?Man Come on Druski. What do you got all...

...right? Well, so, if you ask seventeenor even twenty one year old drew, is this song of legit hit? His dumbassprobably would have said yes and, and truth be told even backdan. I wasn'tthe biggest fan of this particular cover of this song. I, like the other,limp biscuit stuff I would like. I said I was angry backthen this was it really hit me at the right time. You know I was an angryteenager. These guys are putting out angry music. Hey it's a good, it's agood mix. This was probably my least favoritesong on that album because I, like some of the angrier edger music instead nowyou know like now, we have forty year old drew and I'm not that angry. Youknow I feel like since I became a Dad I've mellowed out quite considerably,like I mangred other things like wewere talking about before this episode, likepoliticians and people in charge and empower that don't actually help people, but I feel like especially of the pastyear or two like just I now I don't really worry much about stuff. I can'tcontrol, you know, t s something. I've been trying to work on and controllingmy emotions and- and I don't really get too angry anymore. You know W, whichmeans this music doesn't really have a place in my life. Also, I like music,that has talent and talented singers and talented musicians. I don't mindWes Borland, I think he's a decent and talented Guiharese, but you know Freddurst he's a Douche. You know that that that's nothing thatkind of turned to be off from them in the first place as well. Now I know Ihave my Gym Music, my gym music playlist right, which is heavy music,and maybe I could listen to Lim bisquit on there, but I don't really have themon that playlist, so rearranged, that's kind of a cool songwhich is off significant other. I don't like why it was written, but if youtake it and apply Roum, meaning to it an it's, not it's not a bad soon, butthis music, you know specific to lum biscuit, doesn't really have a place inmy life right now and I honestly don't want to waste my time listening to them.Now, if you askd me about other songs on the album like stuck or sourstalemate, you know Leach, like those songs, are okay, I d N. I don't I'mhonestly, not too sure. If I would call them legit heats, I would call them alegit hit before faith, but we're talking about faith. I mean. I thinkthis is a song gone wrong. I think overall, then biscuits at bands gonewrong. Fred Durs is a human being gone wrong and Yeah Fuck Fred Dirst, O ot, that's Wellye! You know what thatwas enough, so the got you're good yeah I mean so we're both in unison. Here weare calling this absolute trash, but there's still another party to beinvolved to weigh in on the final say. This is true and those are the fans andlet's see what they have to say about this all right. We have our verdicts here,Dave, Yep and the fans. Seventy seven point, eight percent said faith by Lim.Biscuit is a song gone wrong? Thank you. So we have. We have the we have theTEFFECTA. They got it right.

Yeah yeah, so pereame got a good amountof yeah yeah. Well, the song's not awesome,but we got a good amount of feeback here.Irish Keith at Tismy Self, you know said no, no O, no Nope, just nope RyanBom at Ryan Bome said Freds. Singing on this song is an abomination. I do likethe heavy course, though, that's the biscuit I signed up for Mike and theapocalypse at Habachi Justice said they definitely have songs. I would argueour legit hits, but this isn't one of them at trust. Science. Eighty seven said:I'm a LYMP fan but can see why some don't like it victorly at victory. Twothousand said one of the worst cover songs, I've ever heard and I'm notalymbiscit hater. I like Nooki and my way, pipe seven. Twenty at pipe seven D,Twenty said faith by George Michaelis, a legit hit, Lim biscuit was cooldecades ago, but that sound just doesn't hold up for me. I feel likethat's like so far that comments really kind of hits the nail in the head,Erico at Erico Terio said so awful. It sucks hard back. Then it's as if therewas a massive musical disconnect when Lim Biscuit was popular. It blew mymind back then and then finally, snoby girl at Sniby girl. Seventeen said somuch, no always appreciate her short and very specific responses. Hey! Sothat's that's what we got man yeah. I think it's good, not the song, butthe responses and the overall verdicts on faith or this version of faith bylimp biscuit. I think it's fair yeah. It's just I mean you know likeobviously like. Sometimes you have things that Mak comebacks right. Youknow you have L K, we talked about the weekends and that Song Blinding Lights.Now how that song is kind of that S, I'm going to say it again, synth pop, Ialso get a nickel for every time. I say that Ye, you know, so it's kind ofbringing that sound back a little bit. You know I kind of wonder when grungemight make a comeback, but I'm like well new metall ever make it come back,and I don't I mean it probably will I'm sure there's a band called fire fromthe Gods there. I think they're from Texas, if I'm not mistaken, and theyare theyre kind of like a rage against the machine, meets Po dsh kind of a band they're,not bad. I kind of like them they're, very political. That's why I kind ofthink they're similar to like a rage against the machine, so I appreciatetheir lyrical content. I mean other than that. Like a lot of the metalbands, I feel like metal. Corpe is still kind of like the new, not newanymore, but it's kind of like the heavy sound, that's out there. So I'mkind of curious if LIK Grune Youl make a come back or you know if like what'snext, and I don't think it's going to be newmetal- hopefully that's the case at yeah. Thatwould be a good thing, but I mean everything you know: People takeinspiration from all sorts of music, all sorts of different areas, so Iwouldn't be surprised to yeah, have bands out there that may not exactlysound like a new meal band, but they...

Wein an article or something and They'egoing to be stating that those are the bands that might have shaped them orgot them into music yeah, whatever the case may be, but I wouldn't nothingreally surprises me anymore after the lives we've had over the last whateverfive years. So if new metal came back tomorrow, big hot heavy and it was thenew it thing I would be like: Okay Yeah- that's that's atmakes sense, I guesspar for the course Rr how things have been going for the past year. That's itman, we just live in a crazy world were along for a while. You know we we getit. We get a pandemic, we have, you know massive, like power, outages andfreezing weather in Texas. You know we get a crazy winter in general, and newmetal makes it comeback. It's only a matter of time. I feel I think youshould head to Vegas right now. D Put some money on it: No, okay, I'm goodanythink I'll, safe! No just want to thank the listeners fortaking the time out of their day to check us out. Please tell your friendsabout us, your family, anybody really on the street, whoeveryell it from the rooftops. I don't care just let people know about us and thenleave those reviews. You get a sticker because they're really awesome and yeah.Thank you and we do accept payment and cookies. Oh, do we ever on. I coul talkabout the cookies all day. Now, like I don't even want to talk about limpbiscuit. I just want to it's funny biscuits your cookies, Som one, mycookies, I I tak a Li cookies they're, so good they are so yes, we do ecceptpayment and cookies and again Malinda. Thank you very much and if anybody isinterested you know you can reach out to her on instagram. Hudson millhombakery. That's that's! That's the cookie factory right there. I think shemakes other things too, but yeah thanks again. MELENTA greatly appreciate it.So thanks yoing everybody for listening to songs, Gone Wrong.

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