Limp Bizkit -- Buffalo, NY -- May 7th, 2013
Just got back from the Limp Bizkit show at the Town Ballroom in Buffalo, NY.
The opening act was Ryan Campbell. I have no clue what he played but I'll give you an idea of what he did. It was him and his guitar and this pedal board set up. He played a riff a couple times, played it back on continuous loop, played another riff, played it back on continuous loop, played a bass lick, played it back on continuous loop, did some beatboxing, played that back on continuous loop, then he played guitar along with his recordings and sung some songs. It was really cool. He played 3-4 rap songs. EXTRA NOTE: His setup kept shutting off while he was recording his riffs. He kept having to switch the wires up. He said he needed a new battery.
Next up was Limp Bizkit. The set list on paper was this:
-Taking It Back
-Living It Up
-Don't Go Off Wandering
-Gold Cobra (a fan was invited on stage to sing/dance along to the song with Durst)
-Take A Look Around
One song was cut short I believe. I am not an expert on Limp Bizkit songs so I don't know how much they deviated from the set list but they did play these other songs at some point during the show:
-Faith (George Michael cover, fan request)
-unknown song (another fan request)
-Killing In The Name (Rage Against the Machine cover, with Ryan Campbell)
-Covers Medley: South of Heaven (Slayer), Star Wars Theme, Alive (Pearl Jam), All Apologies (Nirvana)
-Behind Blue Eyes (The Who cover)
EDIT, CORRECT SETLIST:
A Bushel and a Peck @Tape
Show Me What You Got
Bring It Back
Livin’ It Up
Faith @Cover[George Michael] @Info[fan request, Fred Durst sang a few lyrics of Lady by Styx before asking for requests]
Sour @Info[aborted after first half]
Killing in the Name @Cover[Rage Against the Machine] @Info[with opening artist Ryan Campbell]
South of Heaven/Star Wars Theme/The Simpsons Theme/Alive/All Apologies
Gold Cobra @Info[a fan joined Fred Durst on stage]
Rollin’ (Air Raid Vehicle)
Behind Blue Eyes @Cover[The Who] @Info[Fred Durst had the crowd and himself sing along to a tape of the music]
Take A Look Around
Until They Kick Us Out @Tape @Cover[Knife Party]
This was an extremely fun show so if you're a fan of Limp Bizkit I recommend you go.
Last edited by Phil709; 05-08-2013 at 02:11 PM.
I don't give a crap, but no nooky? what the hell?
so close, no matter how far.
9/21: Uproar Festival