2019.03.05 West Hollywood, California

Date: 05th March, 2019
Location: West Hollywood, California, USA
Venue: Troubadour
Event: Three Dollar Show, Y’all
Other Bands: None.

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Setlist:

01. Show Me What You Got
02. Hot Dog
03. Rollin’ (Air Raid Vehicle)
04. My Generation
05. Livin’ It Up
06. My Way
07. Nirvana Medley
08. Nookie
09. Full Nelson
10. Eat You Alive
11. Pollution
12. Boiler
13. Behind Blue Eyes (The Who cover)
14. Don’t Stop Believin’ (Journey cover)
15. Brain Stew (Green Day cover)
16. Mouth For War (Pantera cover)
17. For Whom The Bell Tolls (Metallica cover)
18. Faith (George Michael cover)
19. Break Stuff
20. Take A Look Around

 

Source 1: Audio – AUD (AT853 cardioids > SP-SB11 > Sony PCM-M10)
Taper: nowfacethetruth
Time: 112 mins
Format: lossless (24 bit / 48 kHz)
Comments: Full show. Has a couple chatters.

Source 2: Video – AUD (Panasonic DMC-TZ200) (Right Angle)
Taper: nowfacethetruth
Time: 112 mins
Format: (4K)
Comments: Some minor cuts during the intro of ‘Mouth Of War’ and ‘For Whom The Bell Tolls’. These are filled with the external audio source. Taped with caution following the camera ban in the venue.

Source 3a: Audio – AUD (Roland R-05 internal mics)
Taper: innnerturmoil
Time: 109:18 mins
Format: lossless (24 bit / 48 kHz)
Comments: Uploaded on DIME on March 8th. Distorts sometimes. Cuts out during the beginning of the show outro.

Source 3b: Audio – AUD (Roland R-05 internal mics)
Taper: innnerturmoil
Time: 109:18 mins
Format: lossless (24 bit / 48 kHz)
Comments: Remasted by nowfacethetruth. Slight distortion sometimes. Cuts out during the beginning of the show outro.

 

Show Notes:
– This was the first time since 2012.03.05 Claremont, Australia show that the original lineup of Limp Bizkit, including Fred Durst on vocals, Wes Borland on guitar, Sam Rivers on bass, John Otto on drums and DJ Lethal on turntables, performed live together.
– Wes came in late on the first verse of ‘Hot Dog’ due to a guitar malfunction.
– DJ Lethal played following interludes at this show: ‘Everyday’ after ‘Hot Dog’, ‘A Lesson Learned’ after ‘Rollin’ (Air Raid Vehicle)’, ‘DJ Lethal’ (from 90.2.10) after ‘Livin’ It Up’, ‘I Want You To Stay’ after ‘Full Nelson’, ‘Take It Home’ after ‘Eat You Alive’ and an unknown interlude after ‘Break Stuff’.
– Fred made a shoutout to Gabe after ‘Show Me What You Got’.
– ‘I’m Broke’ was on the setlist but dropped during the show. The most likely reason for this is Fred rapping the first lines of the song before ‘Rollin’ (Air Raid Vehicle)’ with almost nobody in the crowd reacting.
– Fred performed ‘Rollin’ (Air Raid Vehicle)’ while walking through the crowd.
– Machine Gun Kelly joined the band for ‘My Generation’ from the bridge onwards.
– Fred went to the VIP balcony before ‘My Way’ and stood next to Marilyn Manson and Billy Corgan (The Smashing Pumpkins), who were watching the show, until ‘Heart-Shaped Box’. Marilyn Manson ocassionally sung during both songs.
– The band played a Nirvana medley after ‘My Way’ including ‘Heart-Shaped Box’ and ‘Smells Like Teen Spirit’ until the first chorus. Wes played ‘Heart-Shaped Box’ in a different tune than usually and John accidently finished the first chorus of ‘Heart-Shaped Box’ early.
– Fred made shoutouts to Peter Katsis and Jordan Schur before ‘Nookie’. During the intro of ‘Nookie’, he also made a shoutout to Mike Muir from Suicidal Tendencies. ‘Nookie’ was played until the second chorus and went into ‘Full Nelson’.
– Wes jammed the intro of ‘Counterfeit’ twice at this show. Once he played the guitar intro before ‘Eat You Alive’ and later after ‘Pollution’ he, Sam and John jammed the intro together.
– Fred pulled hardcore fan Tobit (who joined the band for ‘Livin’ It Up’ at 2015.08.24 Stuttgart, Germany and 2018.08.18 Friedrichshafen, Germany) up on stage for ‘Pollution’. This was the first time since 2014.06.10 Haarlem, Netherlands that the song was played entirely.
– This was the first time since 2013.06.07 Rock Am Ring that ‘Boiler’ was played with the E-Bow intro. Fred made a shoutout to Tsuzumi Okai during the intro and didn’t scream during the last chorus of the song.
– Fred sang ‘Behind Blue Eyes’ (The Who cover) until the second chorus before telling DJ Lethal to stop the song during the last chorus of the song.
– Fred pulled staged opening artist Obey on stage after ‘Behind Blue Eyes’ and talked to him for a second.
– Fred made a shoutout to his brother Cory Durst before ‘Don’t Stop Believin” (Journey cover).
– Franky Dee sang ‘Don’t Stop Believin” (Journey cover). Fred introduced him right before he went on stage. This was the first and most likely only time that the song was played at a Limp Bizkit show.
– This was the first time ever that the band covered ‘Brain Stew’ by Green Day (until second chorus) and ‘Mouth For War’ by Pantera (until first chorus). Wes jammed the intro of ‘Sweet Child ‘O Mine’ by Guns ‘N’ Roses shortly before ‘For Whom The Bell Tolls’ by Metallica (until the first chorus), which was played for the first time, too.
– A fan jumped into the crowd from the balcony during the bridge of ‘Break Stuff’.
– Before ‘Take A Look Around’, Fred filmed the crowd for an Instagram story and asked Jordan Schur for fun if he was on Instagram himself, following Fred to ask the audience to follow him. Later, during the bridge of ‘Take A Look Around’, he made further shoutouts to Peter Katsis and Obey.
– This was the longest show the band played since 2016.05.26 São Paulo, Brazil.
– Soundcheck included ‘My Way’, ‘My Way’ second chorus onwards instrumental again, an improvisation, ‘Nookie’ beats, ‘Nookie’ until second chorus into ‘Full Nelson’, ‘Bring It Back’, ‘Hold On’, ‘I’m Broke’, ‘Brain Stew’ by Green Day, ‘Mouth For War’ by Pantera, ‘For Whom The Bell Tolls’ by Metallica until the first chorus and ‘Break Stuff’ first verse in half time beat.

 

Other Notes:
– This show was announced on March 1st shortly after midnight. Admission was 3$ and tickets sold out instantly after going on sale. Roughly 400 people were in attendance, making this the smallest show the band played since 1999.09.18 Chicago, Illinois.
– The venue enforced a strong no cameras policy, but smartphones were allowed inside the venue.
– 100 shirts were made for this show and sold out very quickly during the night for 10$ a piece. You can check it out below.
– An opening artist called “Obey” was staged one hour before the band took the stage to gap the waiting time.
– Many VIPs and musicians were in attendance, including: Marilyn Manson, Billy Corgan (The Smashing Pumpkins), Machine Gun Kelly, Derrick Green (Sepultura), Sid Wilson (Slipknot), Mike Muir and Ra Diaz (Suicidal Tendencies), Joe Letz, Danny Lohner, Fred Sablan, Rick Thorne, Tsuzumi Okai, Franky Dee and the bands’ old managers Peter Katsis and Jordan Schur.

 

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