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Limp Bizkit’s “Break Stuff” Gets Derailed [VIDEO/NSFW]

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I do love me some Limp Bizkit and I am not ashamed to say it, but you have got to checkout this mashup of the Bizkit track “Break Stuff” and the theme to “Thomas The Tank Engine” right here.

“Break Stuff” can be found on Limp Bizkit’s second album entitled “Significant Other” which I can’t lie is one of my favorite albums of all time.

I know that front man Fred Durst catches a lot of “hate” but I love me some Fred Durst and I think he is one of the best front man out there.

“Stampede Of The Disco Elephants” will be the title of the new LB album and will be released some time this year.
Checkout the mash up and I still throw my metal horns up for Limp Bizkit.

 

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