Limp Bizkit's Fred Durst With Marilyn Manson

Watch Limp Bizkit Enlist Marilyn Manson & Machine Gun Kelly During Their $3 Original Lineup Reunion Show (Updated)


Update: March 06th, 2019 10:56 AM:

More footage has emerged, including a partial cover of Nirvana‘s “Heart-Shaped Box” with help from Manson, “Pollution” with guest vocals from a fan and a medley of covers and more footage of Machine Gun Kelly joining the band for “My Generation“:

Original Story:

Limp Bizkit performed their ‘Three Dollar Show Y’all’ at the Troubadour in West Hollywood, CA last night, March 05th. The $3 entry show saw the band perform with their original lineup for the first time in several years, with bassist Sam Rivers returning to the fold.

Despite the suggestive billing, the band did not perform their 1997 debut album “Three Dollar Bill, Y’all$” at the show. Instead, they played a set more reminiscent of their recent years and had the lyrics to each song play across the venue in a karaoke type fashion.

Meanwhile, a few guests were a part of the show—though some were more involved than others. Machine Gun Kelly joined the band onstage during “My Generation“, while frontman Fred Durst went up to the balcony later in the set to enlist Marilyn Manson for a little help as well with Manson appearing to have taken some creative liberties. Manson was notably watching the show alongside The Smashing Pumpkins vocalist Billy Corgan, Fred‘s son Dallas and more.

The setlist according to those in attendance ran as follows:

Show Me What You Got
Hot Dog
Rollin’ (Air Raid Vehicle)
My Generation
Livin’ It Up
My Way
Heart-Shaped Box” (partial Nirvana cover)
Full Nelson
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)
Break Stuff
Take A Look Around

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