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Honest Don's 38

Released on February 19, 2002



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The self-titled album is full of surprises and displays Limp’s ability to blend catchy pop-punk with dynamic rock. Producer guy Ryan had this to say about the record, “It’s crazy. There’s some insane vocal stuff going on here.” This most recent record proves that the third time is a charm as Limp has come forth with their most mature songs to date!

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 4 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Oh No Voted #2  20%
2 Unreal  6%
3 Atom Bomb Voted #1  23%
4 Tin Foil  4%
5 Therapy  10%
6 Last Chance  7%
7 Get Away Voted #3  14%
8 One To Ten  2%
9 Lesson  7%
10 Ails  1%
11 Where Is Your Mind  6%
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Steven from Lisle, IL 
Sep 17 2008 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Limp is easily one of the greatest pop punk bands of the 90's to disappear off the map. I have a high esteem for this group, and regard this band as one of the best bands signed to Honest Don's. This record is really good, and has many catchy songs with thought provoking lyrics scattered throughout. Although not as good as their classic "Pop & Disorderly", it is an album you should still pick up to add to your collection. Join the Limp army, it's not too late!

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Paul from Ommen, Netherlands 
Aug 24 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Once againg Limp proved they're a great band with this album. Limp always is very melodic and the vocals always are great, it just sounds amazing!! And that makes them one of the best punk/rock bands in my opinion...

You should buy every album from Limp!

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Nicolai from Hemsedal, Norway 
Sep 7 2002 Rating: 4/5 Stars

this isn't their best work, but after some listens it get's stuck to your head...I recommend it but buy their older stuff first...

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Justin from Springfield, OH 
Mar 23 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This was my first Limp cd and i was not disapointed. The vocals on some of the songs sound like Matt Skibba from Alkaine trio (which is one of the greatest bands in the world). This has some of the coolest guitar riffs i have ever heard and has great lyrics. Very catchy, i got into it after one listen. I will probably get the others to see if they can match this great new release.

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