Marilyn Manson And Machine Gun Kelly Joined Limp Bizkit At Their $3 Show
When it was announced that Limp Bizkit were playing a $3 show with their original lineup, everyone knew it would either be a grody basement show (hey, three bucks…) or a star-studded event. It turned out to be the latter, featuring guest appearances by rapper and Mötley Crüe collaborator Machine Gun Kelly and shock rocker Marilyn Manson.
Machine Gun Kelly got onstage with Fred Durst and Co. to perform the song My Generation, which you can watch below:
Manson joined in on the fun when Durst got into the balcony and vamped with the shock rocker, who leant his vocals to the chorus of My Way:
Other big names in attendance were Billy Corgan (who can be seen in the Manson video) and director David Fincher.
Here’s the full setlist for the show:
Show Me What You Got
Rollin’ (Air Raid Vehicle)
Livin’ It Up
Heart-Shaped Box (partial Nirvana cover)
Pollution (with a fan on vocals)
Eat You Alive
Behind Blue Eyes (The Who cover)
Don’t Stop Believin’/Brain Stew/Mouth For War/For Whom The Bell Tolls (medley)
Faith (George Michael cover)
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