Limp Bizkit ‎– Faith [The Fred Durst / Josh Abraham Remix]

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Flip Records (2) ‎– LBCDP7, Interscope Records ‎– LBCDP7
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CD, Promo, Single
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CD is housed in a slimline jewel-case.

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none Limp Bizkit Faith(CD, Single, Promo, Car) Interscope Records none Germany Unknown Sell This Version

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MurderCapital

MurderCapital

May 20, 2010

This one track promotional single was released to promote the Limp Bizkit remix album "New Old Songs" in 2001. While most of the remixes on the album were brand new for the album, this "Faith" remix was nothing new to Limp Bizkit fans. It was released back in 1999 on the "WCW Mayhem: The Music" compilation, but then simply called "Faith (Remix)", now it's called "Faith / Fame" (thanks to the sample of David Bowie's song "Fame"). The song is remixed by Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst and producer Josh Abraham and feature former House Of Pain frontman Everlast on a short rap verse. Musically the remix is a lot softer than the original version, totally cutting out Fred's screaming vocals in the chorus and replaces them with soft singing ones. Everlast rap verse is ok, but you can tell that he doesn't bring his 'a game' for it. But in the end, I like this remix and how they took the song to a whole other direction from their original album version, it's one of the few highlights on the "New Old Songs" album. Of course this promo single is hard to find and only worth picking up for Limp Bizkit collectors, but check out the remix itself if you haven't already.