It’s the one thing people think they know about Woodstock ’99—Fred Durst of Limp Bizkit encouraged shirtless hooligans to “break stuff.” But is it possible that Limp Bizkit shoulders too much of the blame for the riots, violence, and mayhem at this misbegotten festival? It’s time to break down the band’s notorious performance like the nu-metal Zapruder film.
‘Break Stuff’: Just One of Those Days
It’s the one thing people think they know about Woodstock ’99—Fred Durst of Limp Bizkit encouraged shirtless hooligans to “break stuff”
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