After their performances, Limp Bizkit became a popular topic on Twitter for the rest of the weekend, which led to an increase in the overall consumption of their discos.
On Sunday and Monday (August 1 and 2), the group recorded 1.9 million required flows, according to MRC. Billboard). This is 27% more than last Sunday and Monday (July 25 and 26), when the group had a turnover of 1.5 million soums.
During this time, the band’s song sales increased by 100 percent, but on a very small scale – from 500 songs to 1,000.
Limp Bizkit completed the Lollapalooza collection with a preview of the track from his new album.
“This song is here, just for you,” Durst told the crowd and those watching the Lollapalooza live broadcast. “It’s a song from our new album, Dad Vibes. I want to see everyone dance now. Let’s see how you do it.”
The set of the rap-metal band was also noteworthy Durst debuted his unusual new look on stage.
The front singer was wearing a gray wig, big red glasses and a black jacket.
The band has yet to follow their 2011 album “Golden Cobra”, Though their long-awaited sixth album “Stampede Of The Disco Elephants” remains in the works.
“I think [Durst’s] Finally, he picks a collection of these songs and finishes them, and we finish the record, ”guitarist Wes Borland said in June. “So the fingers crossed.”