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Fred Durst | Club Random with Bill Maher

  • Опубліковано 8 кві 2023
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    Bill Maher and Fred Durst on: the truth behind the founding of Limp Bizkit, how Fred became an accidental rock star, the great irony of Fred’s bullies being his biggest fans, Fred’s theory on getting energy from a space vacuum, whether or not spirituality makes you live longer, the time Mick Jagger picked up a girl with just a look, and the very definition of hypocrisy.
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  • @DrBeauHightower
    @DrBeauHightower 8 місяців тому +903

    Fred Durst is way cooler than people think

    • @Richmondthefish
      @Richmondthefish 7 місяців тому +12

      he needs a neck adjustment

    • @bowlingquicktips3440
      @bowlingquicktips3440 7 місяців тому +3

      That's similar to what I said. Very underrated

    • @r.p.mcmurphy6623
      @r.p.mcmurphy6623 7 місяців тому +20

      Um, no, he's not... 🤣

    • @TREVAN
      @TREVAN 7 місяців тому +7

      Glad to hear someone finally say it 💖

  • @JK-ns5dr
    @JK-ns5dr 7 місяців тому +515

    I was Fred's (and Wes's) bus driver 10-12 years ago. I was nervous because of Fred's Reputation of being an A-hole. He turned out to be one of the nicest people I've ever worked for (Wes was cool too).

    • @DedicatedSpirit8
      @DedicatedSpirit8 5 місяців тому +4

      No pictures?

    • @RitchieRosson
      @RitchieRosson 5 місяців тому +12

      @sleeps420 haha this is the UA-cam comments section.

    • @abovedeathpresents
      @abovedeathpresents 4 місяці тому +2

      Time has definitely humbled him

    • @Originolley
      @Originolley 4 місяці тому +7

      Wes blocked me on Instagram lmao, Fred is the man

    • @abovedeathpresents
      @abovedeathpresents 4 місяці тому +2

      @@Originolley Did you do anything that caused him to do that?

  • @TheNewAmericanMedia
    @TheNewAmericanMedia 7 місяців тому +277

    John Otto is one of the most underrated drummers in modern rock. The drive of those Limp Bizkit songs hits so hard. This was a really fun interview.

    • @derektully7607
      @derektully7607 7 місяців тому +11

      The rhythm section is my fav part of that band.

    • @bethbennett317
      @bethbennett317 7 місяців тому +15

      Wes Borland is one of the most underrated guitarists! He’s awesome.

    • @dalekay9ine
      @dalekay9ine 7 місяців тому +9

      Him and Abe Cunningham are both criminally underrated esp Abe

    • @ethan246
      @ethan246 7 місяців тому +10

      I think every member is underrated. I recently started listening to them again, I'm 33 and listened to them when i was young. I always knew how good they were but man, each member is like an essential ingredient that comes together like an awesome cake. John Otto has some sick beats, Sam Rivers is one of the best bassists ive seen, Dj Lethal has some sick additions, Fred has a uniquely great voice and lyricist, and then there's Wes who is also one of the best guitarists out there.

    • @tjfromreno
      @tjfromreno 7 місяців тому +2

      He’s definitely challenging to cover. LB is one of the best live shows I’ve seen and I’ve been going to Ozzfest since 2000. Marilyn Manson was also surprisingly incredible live.

  • @Specious-Official
    @Specious-Official 2 місяці тому +46

    Fred is so humble. He helped make the music that I blasted all through my teenage years. Love the Bizkit.

    • @trevorharyett
      @trevorharyett День тому

      pretty cool conversation and I'd love to see more
      I do find it annoying how Fred asks questions then constantly interrupts Bill responses
      Bill is unable to finish a single sentence but does a good job of not getting frustrated by it

  • @tonykilljoy3107
    @tonykilljoy3107 7 місяців тому +274

    They should start their own podcast together- “Bill and Fred’s excellent adventure”
    Greatest episode of Club Random to date. By a lot.

    • @jeph23
      @jeph23 7 місяців тому +6

      The name alone is gold

    • @TheNewAmericanMedia
      @TheNewAmericanMedia 7 місяців тому

      The perfect name for this reoccurring segment.

    • @davethedrummer711
      @davethedrummer711 7 місяців тому

      That’s the funniest thing I’ve read today and I think you’re onto something

    • @davemarriott9332
      @davemarriott9332 7 місяців тому

      I agree totally and great title for the podcast

    • @waynej2608
      @waynej2608 7 місяців тому

      We have a winner!

  • @aaroncowie8155
    @aaroncowie8155 7 місяців тому +117

    Hey Fred! I'm 35 and still rock your music. My dad who is 70 still loves limp bizkit 🤘🏼

  • @Frederick0220
    @Frederick0220 8 місяців тому +305

    Fred Durst is the ultimate combo of being simultaneously humble yet extraordinarily confident

    • @SonnyMeadows
      @SonnyMeadows 7 місяців тому +7

      Had a friend lk that! Never cocky, never condescending, just pure positivity

    • @Frederick0220
      @Frederick0220 7 місяців тому +5

      I met a dude like that in high school. Dude was a turbo hunk who did well academically and got a lot of cute women

    • @shawnjames6714
      @shawnjames6714 7 місяців тому +2

      How do you know me?

    • @Frederick0220
      @Frederick0220 7 місяців тому

      @@shawnjames6714 haha

    • @60zeller
      @60zeller 7 місяців тому +2

      @@Frederick0220turbo hunk?

  • @vinunleaded
    @vinunleaded 3 місяці тому +31

    Fred is a master troller - to the point it's difficult to tell if he's being sarcastic or not He's also extremely good at shifting the subject / pushing back the question to the interview if he's not comfortable answering the question. It get's a little annoying about 40 minutes into the interview but fair play to him for not being drawn re: a question he doesn't want to answer.

  • @KBCarruthers
    @KBCarruthers 3 місяці тому +33

    Fred, I am 50 and loving the resurgence of Limp Bizkit. Dad Vibes! 🤘Some of my best memories are seeing Korn and Limp Bizkit on the Family Values tour. Bill, thanks for another great interview.

    • @craigzilla100
      @craigzilla100 20 днів тому

      I wish I could've seen that.. I've seen them separately a couple times but never together.

  • @drop830
    @drop830 7 місяців тому +25

    I will always love Limp. They never took themselves too seriously. They never expected anyone else to either. It just fun feel good music that you memorize the words to. Ive been watching a lot of Limps recent tour videos. They might be making a come back

  • @Desensitized241
    @Desensitized241 7 місяців тому +9

    That makes me so happy that his band is having a resurgence and is being appreciated still. I LOVED LB so much back in their hay day… straight up raw anger and emotions in that first album and the 2nd one too.

  • @ronniemoves7470
    @ronniemoves7470 7 місяців тому +17

    Can I just say, I’m like 5 mins in and I’m smiling ear to ear… Thank you for this one y’all ✌️❤️

  • @williambartholmey5946
    @williambartholmey5946 8 місяців тому +267

    The thing I'm most impressed by is Fred smoothly changing subjects to take Bill in a different direction several times when things started getting awkward or tense. He said it's his first podcast but he handled it like a pro, clearly skilled in reading the room.

    • @TA-tf5lr
      @TA-tf5lr 7 місяців тому +30

      You mean when Bill was going on and on about himself.

    • @RitchieRosson
      @RitchieRosson 7 місяців тому +8

      @@TA-tf5lr True! Did he even ask Fred a single question?!

    • @williambartholmey5946
      @williambartholmey5946 7 місяців тому +5

      @@TA-tf5lr The most obvious example is when Fred brought up theoretical energy.

    • @Son3002
      @Son3002 7 місяців тому +1

      @@TA-tf5lr yeah and when he kept talking about woke and kids 😂😂😂

    • @booster330
      @booster330 7 місяців тому +3

      ​@@RitchieRossonbill did it his way. Cos it's his way or the highway

  • @coretteyellowknee
    @coretteyellowknee 7 місяців тому +15

    Pushing 40 and still listen to Limp Bizkit. ❤

    • @ZombieRommel
      @ZombieRommel 3 дні тому

      I've watched some of their recent live shows on UA-cam while drunk. What a vibe! Fred and Wes on stage and the audience just vibing.

  • @ChrisvonChamier
    @ChrisvonChamier 7 місяців тому +9

    So great to see Fred Durst on this podcast. Hoping he will do more of them. Bravo Fred.

  • @mikeedmonds7929
    @mikeedmonds7929 7 місяців тому +12

    I was never a big fan of Fred's but after this interview I've come to realize Fred is intelligent and a pretty cool guy.

  • @kerrydustin3996
    @kerrydustin3996 3 місяці тому +11

    35 and I’m still blasting some Limp Bizkit regularly . Mostly on my gym playlist. 🤘🏼

  • @grazydine2
    @grazydine2 7 місяців тому +14

    Fred is a really thoughtful, sincere, humble, and curious thinker.

  • @jdovma1
    @jdovma1 8 місяців тому +1692

    My neighbors must be huge Fred Durst fans, they have all these little statues of him on their lawn.

    • @jannichi6431
      @jannichi6431 8 місяців тому +20

      That's devotion, and a forgiving HAO!😂

    • @offgrid1356
      @offgrid1356 8 місяців тому +22

      Dying 🤣🤣🤣

    • @13donstalos
      @13donstalos 8 місяців тому +22

      Lmao you just killed the game

    • @spencerchute344
      @spencerchute344 8 місяців тому +38

      What you gnome about Fred durst?

    • @bb-gc2tx
      @bb-gc2tx 8 місяців тому +5

      brilliant 😂

  • @johnbolton2149
    @johnbolton2149 4 місяці тому +41

    I still say Limp Bizkit’s set at Woodstock is one of the best live performances of all time.
    Also, Bill is unbearable.

    • @hamilt55467
      @hamilt55467 3 місяці тому +5

      Lol he was decently agreeable in this podcast. He's definitely an insufferable person though.

    • @waynekeer
      @waynekeer 2 місяці тому

      Cool beard

  • @kevinwilson455
    @kevinwilson455 Місяць тому +4

    I love Fred and Limp Bizkit... at 14 years old I seen them live, bought a jacket at the concert and wore it to school for the next two years... the significant other logo. People mocked me but I didn't care. I was all in on them and Nu-metal music.

  • @emmakennett6785
    @emmakennett6785 4 місяці тому +4

    I was born in 92 and have blasted Limp Bizkit since first hearing them as a kid they will never get old thank you Fred your words have been fucking amazing love you guys ❤

  • @michaeldisalvo
    @michaeldisalvo 4 місяці тому +7

    Bill Mahar puts out so much sitting forward negative energy which Fred sits back and positively reflects so well. Fred is giving a lesson here on body language and how to handle social situations like a Champ.

  • @danielsartain8330
    @danielsartain8330 8 місяців тому +132

    Fred before getting stoned:
    “I don’t get out much”
    Fred after getting stoned:
    “Did you know there is a vacuum in space?”😂 I thoroughly enjoyed this one. Keep it up Bill!

    • @whiskeysquiker
      @whiskeysquiker 7 місяців тому +2

      "Commence operation vacuu-suck!"

    • @davidwest3847
      @davidwest3847 7 місяців тому +4

      Fred got SUPER gay after he smoked- 54:40

    • @creamydistortion
      @creamydistortion 7 місяців тому +2

      Fred: "Water dude, vibrate, like, frequencies dude, fuckin' water..." Bill: "Are you reading a lot of Popular McKenna?"

    • @Kev27RS
      @Kev27RS Місяць тому

      @@davidwest3847Yeah… 😂

  • @hermanmelville3871
    @hermanmelville3871 Місяць тому +1

    Got to meet Fred back in ‘00. Absolutely one of the nicest and most genuine people I’ve had the pleasure of interacting with in entertainment. And I still listen to his band (38 years old now) as much as I did then.

  • @sunnyd6019
    @sunnyd6019 5 місяців тому +2

    This was one of my favorite episodes. I never knew much about Fred but have to say he is one cool person, down to earth and just a person I could sit and drink with and laugh my sides off.

  • @lpundisturbed9046
    @lpundisturbed9046 3 місяці тому +4

    Would love to sit down with Fred Durst and talk for hours about movies!! What an cool, relaxed guy that made my childhood better with his music!

  • @luisalvarez3188
    @luisalvarez3188 2 місяці тому +2

    What a cool dude Fred is... I don't remember seeing an interview with him so chilled and so well spoken

  • @charlesschaefer7354
    @charlesschaefer7354 2 місяці тому +3

    Thank you Fred for trying to open up Bill's closed mind to ZERO POINT ENERGY old men like him in the media are exactly who need to wake up! The narration you did on the List Century was incredible!

    • @zackmori8068
      @zackmori8068 Місяць тому

      Bill isn't allowed to let that talk happen,,he's a puppet is what I got outta that instantly

  • @holdyourcolour1987
    @holdyourcolour1987 8 місяців тому +97

    I've been a fan of Limp Bizkit and Fred since 1999 when I was 12 years old. Now I'm 35 and I still listen to them regularly and still love them. Fred is a legend and this conversation was awesome. Thanks Bill 🤘

    • @vzlan999
      @vzlan999 7 місяців тому +2

      Same here, been a fan since 1998 when I was 5 almost 6! I was first exposed to LB through its music videos on MTV 💪

    • @hectorcarrillo6655
      @hectorcarrillo6655 6 місяців тому +2

      Same. 12 in '99, 35 now in '23. Limp Bizkit was the soundtrack to my life back then, and I still play their music. LB ruled the planet back then, you had to be there to understand.

    • @GavinF003
      @GavinF003 6 місяців тому +1

      Yeah I became a fan around 2000 or 2001 when I was about the same age 11 or 12... and same thing. Nearly 34 now and still regularly play their music. It's wild lol

    • @metalheadjake3339
      @metalheadjake3339 5 місяців тому +2

      Same. I love Limp Bizkit and I love how that seems to annoy people. Especially metal elitest and gatekeepers.
      Wear a Limp Bizkit shirt. Metal gatekeepers won't bother you with asking you to name 3 of their songs. They will leave you alone because their smug self will look down on you. Lol jackasses

    • @codygeer7096
      @codygeer7096 5 місяців тому +2

      I was a fan when I was about 6. Listening to hotdog at that age seems crazy now lol.

  • @LucasMastropasqua
    @LucasMastropasqua 7 місяців тому +3

    I love Fred man! He was being humble about the impact that Limp Bizkit had on music but they were a huge inspiration for me musically!

  • @neilpower1731
    @neilpower1731 6 місяців тому +3

    Was never a fan of Limp Bizkit and by extension of that, Fred Durst. But I watched this whole interview and I really enjoyed listening to Fred Durst and I come away with a whole new positive impression of the guy. Also, I rarely recall somebody making Bill Maher crack up so much on these Club Random podcasts. Kudos, Fred.

  • @craigzilla100
    @craigzilla100 20 днів тому

    Fred ,i saw you guys at Louder than Life a couple months back. You kicked ass as usual! I do think the volume was a little low though.. you guys deserved to be the loudest band there!
    Great interview guys! Enjoyed it.

  • @nucknuckin
    @nucknuckin 2 місяці тому +4

    Fred seems so chill, what a legend

  • @kurtallencomedy
    @kurtallencomedy 7 місяців тому +9

    I would love to hear a podcast with Fred finishing all the stories he started to tell but got interrupted.

  • @andrewdfromnp4034
    @andrewdfromnp4034 8 місяців тому +146

    Bizkit is one of those bands you go back to after 20 years and realize how incredibly great they were. Bands like lb and lp changed my life. Immortals

    • @davedavidson7059
      @davedavidson7059 8 місяців тому +10

      Bizkit has always been great!

    • @DannyKopij
      @DannyKopij 8 місяців тому +14

      Wes Borland is a criminally underrated guitarist

    • @sailorjerry3720
      @sailorjerry3720 8 місяців тому +7

      Never cared for them. They always seemed like a parody band. Now, after hearing Durst's motivation for starting the band, I understand why.

    • @DannyKopij
      @DannyKopij 7 місяців тому +1

      @@GodIsInTheTv You take Durst out of the equation and you got an objectively great, very talented and original band. LP was safe Pop Metal whatever way you slice it. Great for people getting into heavier stuff if thats their first exposure but if you were already onto heavier pastures- its basically radio rock. LB at least had riffs.

    • @scottcorrell3139
      @scottcorrell3139 7 місяців тому +1

      wtfi lp?

  • @danieldouglas210
    @danieldouglas210 15 днів тому +1

    I've always loved Limp Bizkit since the 90's and have never seen Fred in any interviews. My mind is blow as how down to earth and humble the guy is.

  • @JONDAVIS111
    @JONDAVIS111 Місяць тому

    I love fred and linp bizkit. It truly makes me happy they're getting recognition and a resurgence. Also hes a marketing genius.

  • @timhyatt9374
    @timhyatt9374 Місяць тому

    This such a Awesome Interview and its awesome that Fred Durst is still killing it and always will but I love how kicked back this Interview is #FredDurst

  • @kiwicoproductions2828
    @kiwicoproductions2828 4 місяці тому +2

    As a massive Limp Bizkit fan since High School, as well as someone who takes an interest in Politics and has known of Bill Maher for years…the fact that this interview exists might be the weirdest crossover I’ve ever seen lmao.

  • @cadeb5609
    @cadeb5609 7 місяців тому +5

    Fred is the best low key troll ever! Been killing it like this since the late 90's. 😅

  • @Frederick0220
    @Frederick0220 8 місяців тому +110

    Fred Durst is one of the swaggiest dudes of all time. Loved him since the early 2000s. Limp Bizkit is such an underrated band.

    • @timothys3119
      @timothys3119 7 місяців тому +6

      What about in the 90’s? They were even bigger from ‘97 - ‘99

    • @SHB59
      @SHB59 7 місяців тому +15

      You spelled overrated wrong.

    • @Frederick0220
      @Frederick0220 7 місяців тому +1

      @@timothys3119 They were big in the late 90s too. I didn't discover them until after Chocolate Starfish came out. I was 10 or 11 years out.

    • @MrBeegs88
      @MrBeegs88 7 місяців тому +10

      Overrated in 2000, Underrated now.

    • @Frederick0220
      @Frederick0220 7 місяців тому +2

      @@MrBeegs88 Interesting take. I kind of see what you're saying.

  • @solearesoul
    @solearesoul 4 місяці тому +3

    Fred is so charismatic but so down to earth.

  • @jasonbower7763
    @jasonbower7763 7 місяців тому +2

    Such a great listen. I have mad respect for Fred. He seems like he's doing so well and he's such a nice and cool guy. Listening to him is like listening to an old friend.

  • @itchygoatzy
    @itchygoatzy Місяць тому +1

    Late 30s and still love limp Bizkit, seeing them live still gives you that Rock n roll I don't give a fuck vibes that are hard to find in bands now a days. Chocolate starfish is a 10/10 album i'll say it with my chest.

  • @billeinstein5569
    @billeinstein5569 7 місяців тому +12

    Fred is something else man totally trolling or at least playing up a character almost to mess with bill and it’s working! Lol

    • @popvultureinc5007
      @popvultureinc5007 2 місяці тому +1

      That's what I noticed. It's like he's watched his interviews before and gave him the same type of energy Bill normally gives everyone else.

  • @effectosis742
    @effectosis742 7 місяців тому +6

    I remember hating Limp Bizkit , but the truth is that they are one of the last bands which I knew names of almost all members and they were very "bandy" bands which couldn't work good when one of the guys was missing (like Wes Borland) and they were kind of a "whole package" : the style of playing , the look of all members , even the look of their fans (wearing a hockey clothing and New Era fullcap), and still different than f.e. "Linkin Park package" or "Marylin Manson" or "Korn".

  • @lll9416
    @lll9416 4 місяці тому +4

    Fred is as good a frontman as anybody in rock and roll or hip hop. His only problem was they were too good and too popular. It seems like its human nature nowadays to hate something that was so good for so long. I don't understand it, because he deserves all his flowers.. Hats off to Fred and Limp Biscuit!

    • @enricodandolo6762
      @enricodandolo6762 3 місяці тому


    • @sideskroll
      @sideskroll Місяць тому

      No. His only "problem" is the 180° turn he took after the first album. Which I still like to this day. I HATE that nookie and my generation and my way stuff. UNBEARABLE.

    • @lll9416
      @lll9416 Місяць тому

      @@sideskroll lol

  • @MC-ss3qc
    @MC-ss3qc 8 місяців тому +35

    People can say what they want about Fred and Limp Bizkit but they rocked that shit hard live, one of the most entertaining live shows.

  • @jamiescott-gobin3376
    @jamiescott-gobin3376 3 місяці тому +2

    Great interview! Fred comes across as such a humble guy! Saw him in London last weekend at the ripe age of 38! loved it! John Lennon's childhood house was up the road from me in Liverpool. Very affluent area

  • @mxmlbll9590
    @mxmlbll9590 6 місяців тому +4

    I just cant comprehend how cool Fred Durst is to endure Bill Maher and get along with him, changing subject, keeping it fresh and being laid back. Wow

    • @amazonamazon4872
      @amazonamazon4872 21 день тому

      Believe it or not maher isnt as pretentious as he is on tv in real life.

  • @francisbarbotin
    @francisbarbotin 2 місяці тому

    What’s great with a guy like Fred Durst is they don’t just subscribe to an interview, constantly challenging and questioning. It makes for double the experience from a viewer’s stand point

  • @micmeraz
    @micmeraz 10 днів тому

    I'm not sure if it's cause I'm a huge Bizkit fan but this is my favorite episode yet. Especially the second half. Had me rolling

  • @erock736
    @erock736 3 місяці тому +1

    This was an awesome interview. Thanks for thanking the time guys.

  • @Jairo0784
    @Jairo0784 8 місяців тому +21

    I grew up listening to Limp Bizkit and since I met them musically when I was barely 13 years old I haven't stopped listening to them, I treasure many memories with each song. Now almost 39 years old, I'm collecting memories for the future with my young son (it's crazy to see him shake his head when he's almost two when he hears Limp Bizkit) Thank you for so many years of great music: Fred, Wes, Sam, John and Lethal.

  • @supersaabclaire
    @supersaabclaire 7 місяців тому +2

    Fred and the whole of Bizkit are absolute legends!!

  • @angelkala3738
    @angelkala3738 7 місяців тому

    Bill.. I’ve been a faithful listener of yours for 20 + yrs. I do love CLUB RANDOM. Thanx for your time that you put in for people that I would not normally listen to.

  • @c.c.2763
    @c.c.2763 7 місяців тому +3

    16:33: 36 now, listened to Limp Bizkit in my teenage years. I’ll admit I am not familiar with their current music but I still put on their old stuff in the gym or in the car.
    Something about the music during this time, more specifically Korn, LB, System of A Down, Sublime, that kind of music, still resonates with me.

  • @Cedric_Harris
    @Cedric_Harris 4 місяці тому +3

    This was surprisingly good, I laughed out loud a few times.

  • @aaronwright9901
    @aaronwright9901 8 місяців тому +16

    So cool to see Fred Durst again, his music was such an ode to the time, and he seems like a completely down to earth guy

    • @sonnyblack0870
      @sonnyblack0870 7 місяців тому +1

      True. True. Not many albums have the ability to transport me back to a time in my life like Significant Other does.

  • @travelcanada8817
    @travelcanada8817 7 місяців тому +2

    Fred Durst is dope. I came here for him, but left with a huge appreciation for Bill. Great jobs boys

  • @CherryCBombs2
    @CherryCBombs2 6 місяців тому

    Ai como eu amo esse homem, socorro!!! ♥

  • @SpasmMusic
    @SpasmMusic 2 місяці тому +1

    Fred doing a podcast with Club Random Productions would be fucking EPIC. This is by far one of THE greatest podcast episodes ever made in all pod history.

  • @jedwright3743
    @jedwright3743 7 місяців тому +1

    Love Fred, and the energy he brings. Much more chill these days. But his energy when he was a youngster, was the shit too.

  • @adamrivera2499
    @adamrivera2499 5 місяців тому

    This guy came through for me in a time where I needed to find my way thank u fred 2001 4ever

  • @parkerparkerparker8
    @parkerparkerparker8 8 місяців тому +133

    Never seen Maher squirm and be cut off this much during one of these podcasts. Love how off the wall Fred Durst was and how much he pushed him out of his comfort zone.

    • @Strings-jg2to
      @Strings-jg2to 8 місяців тому +2


    • @RitchieRosson
      @RitchieRosson 7 місяців тому +10

      It was so awkward. I know it's not an interview as such but Bill barely asked Fred anything.

    • @jamescheaye927
      @jamescheaye927 7 місяців тому +4

      @@RitchieRosson Fred played it off great though. Understood an old guy like Bill loves to ramble and made for some great content

  • @mattvaughn4828
    @mattvaughn4828 4 місяці тому +1

    great content right here. wasn't expecting to love this so much. wow, fred d. is super funny and down to earth...everything i thought about this dude was a lie, lol

  • @Blady99
    @Blady99 4 місяці тому +1

    Fred rewriting his history always wanting to be a movie maker. He wanted to be a rapper. It’s well documented.

  • @eddmoore1
    @eddmoore1 2 місяці тому

    I'd love to sit with Bill and talk politics/history for a full hour. Bill and an ordinary person.He's a legend

  • @adamspeight5393
    @adamspeight5393 4 місяці тому +4

    You're wrong, Fred. I'm 41 years old and still pump Limp Bizkit in the gym. There's nothing that compares in music today to give me that adrenaline I need.

  • @wmd741
    @wmd741 3 місяці тому +1

    Wow, this was an unexpected find. I enjoyed the vibe and have a new respect for Fred Durst.

  • @danieljohnson4418
    @danieljohnson4418 8 місяців тому +78

    Watching Fred kindly/playfully troll Bill Maher was great.

    • @monicabeaston4996
      @monicabeaston4996 8 місяців тому +3


    • @Coopsterish
      @Coopsterish 7 місяців тому +4

      Totally placating him and Bill totally believing him.

    • @geico1975
      @geico1975 7 місяців тому

      Maybe, but if you were Fred Durst, or anyone else who didn't like Maher, wouldn't you have better things to do than sit with a man an hour you didn't much like?

    • @blackbasterdvideo3082
      @blackbasterdvideo3082 7 місяців тому

      The spit when you talk line was when I knew he was master trolling Bill.

  • @g3attack
    @g3attack Місяць тому +1

    I'm 51 and I still Jam to Limp Bizkit. I still have my DVD from the Family Values Tour. I'll never forget i broke my brand new glasses in the Pit!!! It was Focking Awesome!!!

  • @lecamoraes
    @lecamoraes 6 місяців тому +2

    We need this weekly, honestly 😂😂😂 those two belong together

  • @colinlejeune1423
    @colinlejeune1423 4 місяці тому +2

    fred durst will always be a legend and greatest of all time

  • @chirag2099
    @chirag2099 Місяць тому

    Limp Bizkit's in the house yo!! Fred is one of the best vocalists hands down. Soulful yet rebellious as hell.

  • @Spooky_D
    @Spooky_D 6 місяців тому +3

    Conversations are far more fascinating than an interview. Also that new Limp Bizkit album is killer

  • @apelike
    @apelike 8 місяців тому +110

    This episode hits on an idea I've long believed... that the source of almost all adult depression is the disconnect between what we are told as kids is real and what we find out as adults to actually be true.

    • @raleighman3000
      @raleighman3000 8 місяців тому +6

      Chemical imbalance is real too. I can be deeply down and feel better 3 hours better with medication.

    • @richardhorrocks1460
      @richardhorrocks1460 8 місяців тому +14

      In Buddhism, suffering is attributed to our being delusional and ignorant about the nature of reality. One of the most prominent delusions that we have is that things won't change, and so when we have a nice situation we cling onto it and try to keep it nice, and then freak out when it begins to change. Relationships are a good example of this. But if we understood reality, i.e. that things change all of the time, then we'd be at peace as things change and not lose our happiness. So, yes, I agree... we suffer because how we think does not correspond to how things are.

    • @MGuitarZ77
      @MGuitarZ77 8 місяців тому +4

      Can Bill EVER get a guest to blaze with him?

    • @blackbasterdvideo3082
      @blackbasterdvideo3082 8 місяців тому +4

      I drove down to Santa Cruz and don't even want to leave my car. I don't drink or smoke and have really just lost my touch. This is the worst I've been. I am turning 42 and just feel completely useless. The world is spinning and I'm not involved. Damn.

    • @TaraConti
      @TaraConti 8 місяців тому +2

      @@raleighman3000 Well that is kinda why people like Drugs. Lol
      But before the drugs have you consider your diet, exercise, environment etc… ?

  • @smoothforreal4242
    @smoothforreal4242 7 місяців тому

    Fred is a really chill dude. handled this well. he really needs to make the rounds with podcasts. he would be good guest for everybody. soon as i saw this i clicked. like wtf he been up too? lol Limp Bizkit was part of my childhood growing up i gotta see what’s up with theses guys

  • @Jtels85
    @Jtels85 2 дні тому

    I was a Limp Bizkit fan in the 90’s and I still am today at 39. I’m feelin’ the Dad Vibes.

  • @alexmoon666
    @alexmoon666 4 місяці тому

    To me, Limp Bizkit was a gateway band. I was 12 (Now 36) when I heard Rollin', and I thought that it was the most amazing thing I ever heard. And by that ageI wasn't into music. There was the whole pop thing going on with Britney Spears, Nsync, and Back Street Boys. Thanks to the band I entered the world of Nu metal (If you want to call it that) and got into Slipknot, Metallica, Incubus, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Audioslave, Rage against the machine. I am grateful for that moment in time. Even though right now I don't listen to them because I think the music as an adult is kinda cringe worthy or cheesy, I will always love and cherised those moments in my life for getting me into the music that I love to hear to this day. Rearreanged and Break Stuff is still worth listening no matter what year it is, Punk! Haha 🙃

  • @marcoevans7406
    @marcoevans7406 3 місяці тому +2

    If Fred Durst gets his on podcast
    I would watch it religiously every day or every night

    @DUVALTV 4 місяці тому +6

    Limp Bizkit has been my favorite band my entire life. I still live here in Jacksonville. I remember going to a free concert that Napster was doing and Cypress Hill open for LB.
    I will love this band forever 💯

  • @grimbourne
    @grimbourne 8 місяців тому +261

    Fred Durst looking like Papa Smurf, getting stoned, and trolling Bill Maher. Legendary!

    • @matthewmartin4394
      @matthewmartin4394 8 місяців тому +5

      Damn...u beat me to it

    • @kevinford0001
      @kevinford0001 8 місяців тому +7

      Love them both, but Fred beats Bill.

    • @billg7205
      @billg7205 8 місяців тому +5

      When I first saw the video icon, it looked like he had Richard Kuklinski on.

    • @Sparkamus_Prime
      @Sparkamus_Prime 8 місяців тому +3

      Agreed. Good chat. Props to Bill Maher on his podcast!

  • @Youkaikaze
    @Youkaikaze 7 днів тому

    This was super cool, and my first introduction to this podcast. I grew up in Montvale, right next to Park Ridge. So it's cool seeing my sort-of neighbor killing it with a musician I love. Good on you and go Owls!

  • @duog11
    @duog11 19 днів тому


  • @tomokovlog8567
    @tomokovlog8567 7 місяців тому +6

    Can't believe Fred Durst made Bill laugh 😂

  • @timhyatt9374
    @timhyatt9374 Місяць тому

    Fred I’ve always loved your music and still do and you guys are amazing and I’m happy to see you guys back at it again and I hope you guys come to Knoxville or Nashville Tennessee sometime that would be a dream come true for me but keep on with the kick Ass music bud #FredDurst

  • @luisroig104
    @luisroig104 3 місяці тому

    Just about the best Podcast guest out there. Fred is the man.

  • @arielmorales3151
    @arielmorales3151 8 місяців тому +18

    I'm a huge limp bizkit fan and this podcast episode just made me get to know Fred even more and he is just amazing and such a relaxing dude

  • @michaelhart5087
    @michaelhart5087 7 місяців тому +8

    I'm 33 and still bump limp bizkit every damn day!

  • @TruthRocker
    @TruthRocker 3 місяці тому

    Fred is Awesome and I like Bill that much more after this interview! Down to earth and they are witty and stay on track.

  • @billeinstein5569
    @billeinstein5569 7 місяців тому +1

    I’m enamored at Fred’s early deduction of bill sizes him up and plays to all his insecurities,.. just look at bill eating it up 🤣 it’s like when I scratch my dogs belly I mean bill is just loving every bit of it. Well done Fred Durst Well done!! Ya know you blew the stadium away at summer sanatorium,.. and you got the whole crowd from booing at the beginning to at the end they were hanging on your every word!… Like your out here casting spells on people

  • @khulves
    @khulves 3 місяці тому

    Just randomly hit this podcast, what a great conversation! Fread is a thoughtful person, very nice, thank you and keep it up!)

  • @logangonnalookshitup
    @logangonnalookshitup 7 місяців тому

    That's why this is a good podcast. You learn the other sides of people that most dismiss. Fred is actually interesting and insightful. That being said, don't let kid rock talk though

  • @overthetop040411
    @overthetop040411 8 місяців тому +22

    Fred and Wes are a couple of my teenage heros. Without them, my teenage angst would have had no outlet. Who knows where I would've ended up. Thanks Fred.

  • @yunoticklemyballs
    @yunoticklemyballs 10 годин тому

    When Bill spit out his drink I lost it. Classic moment. Fred is funny AF. His movie was really good too.

  • @jeffreyknapp74
    @jeffreyknapp74 7 місяців тому +14

    I saw Limp Bizkitz open for Korn in March of 1997. 3 Dollar Bills wasn't released yet. I had no idea who they were and they blew us all away.

    • @heanz
      @heanz 2 місяці тому

      Man that must have been a great time. I like significant other and chocolate starfish, but the first album is still unmatched and very different.. very raw ...

    • @justinuv
      @justinuv 12 днів тому

      Same, 3/27/97 Lewiston Maine!

    • @jeffreyknapp74
      @jeffreyknapp74 11 днів тому

      @@heanz it was a great show.

  • @henryhenrison7122
    @henryhenrison7122 7 місяців тому +10

    Fred did a great job interviewing Bill 😅

  • @yankhoe
    @yankhoe 4 місяці тому

    Glad these guys are still around and having shoot-the-shit honest convrrsation.
    Fred is smarter than I would have thought, did not realize he was getting that old though.
    Was surprised he said jocks used to beat him up. Reminded me, esp after seeing Sharon Osbourne on here, if Marilyn Manson ever decides to do a comeback interview, this just might be the place for it. I don't think Bill would be too afraid to do it.
    I thought Kid Rock was a complete idiot about everything but music and working a crowd, until I saw him on this show. And Fred Durst is a lot more thoughtful than I ever picked up on before. Always liked the music.