Here’s A Country Western Cover Of Limp Bizkit’s Rollin’
Have you ever really liked the lyrical content of Limp Bizkit’s songs, but couldn’t get down with their nu-metal vibe? Well, try this on for size.
YouTuber Robyn Adele Anderson has turned Bizkit’s iconic smash hit Rollin’ into a country and western banger. We should point out, it’s the Air Raid Vehicle version, not the Urban Assault Vehicle with full DMX, Redman and Method Man features.
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The seven-piece country band features a triple vocal harmony of Robyn alongside Sarah Krauss and Julianne Daly. Backed by drums, guitar, violin and bass, the group turn Fred Durst and co.’s original track into something much less aggro – of course, they keep the dance routine, but with added lasso motion (naturally).
Also, the new chorus makes it sound like the most badass cowboy has just rolled into town. Check it out for yourself below.
Limp Bizkit themselves have remained fairly quiet as of late, although they did play an intimate show in Los Angeles at the tail-end of last year. Vocalist Fred Durst’s latest movie The Fanatic was also nominated for a number of Razzies (the anti-Oscars), for which star John Travolta won Worst Actor.
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Limp Bizkit vocalist Fred Durst has been through all sorts of scrapes over the years, some much weirder than others…
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