Limp Bizkit is back, playing original lineup reunion shows around the Los Angeles area last week. At those gigs, fans have been treated to a set of cover tunes. On Saturday, the nu-metal rockers broke out their versions of two Nirvana classics, “Heart Shaped Box” and “Smells Like Teen Spirit,” the latter of which spawned a joke from Fred Durst.
The frontman told the Musink Festival audience, “It does not smell like Teen Spirit in here,” before then launching into a little of Green Day’s “Brain Stew” and a medley of Pantera songs. At last Tuesday’s show, Limp Bizkit rocked out on “Heart Shaped Box” with Marilyn Manson. Then the pair joined Billy Corgan for “My Way.”
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So that Limp Bizkit show in LA last night looks WILD pic.twitter.com/dRAcFfSBXm
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