LIMP BIZKIT's DURST Clears Air On First Single, Producer Collaboration

February 10, 2003

During a press conference last week announcing the Summer Sanitarium Tour, LIMP BIZKIT frontman Fred Durst refuted some information from his web postings, including that the band's next single will be called "Crack Addict".

"I'm going to do something real interesting when it comes to single time, definitely against the grain," he said, according to "I don't wanna give it out and give it away right now. I weigh my decisions more on what my gut and my instinct tells me to do and what my fans on my web site tell me every day. I take their opinions into consideration a lot. The song 'Crack Addict', it's definitely a vulgar display of power. It's about me being a crack addict, about being addicted to cracking skulls when punks start static. Yeah! But that's not the single."

Durst also contradicted reports from the NEPTUNES that the production duo would be contributing to BIZKIT's album, and he even sounded unsure about the title.

"The title is 'Lessismore' for right now, unless I change it the day before," he said. "I think it's going to come out May 13."

The nearly-finished CD may also contain a collaboration with a rapper, although this has yet to be officially confirmed.

"I think right now DMX, Nas and Snoop are three people we keep talking on the phone to," Durst said. "It just depends on what comes out of the session once we're in the studio. You can't count your chickens before they hatch. If it's something amazing and groundbreaking that we all believe in, we'll consider it on the record. If not, we'll just have a good time kicking it and being friends."

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