Significant Other (Limp Bizkit) Easter Egg - Hidden Tracks

There are two tracks on Limp Bizkit's Significant Other that are hidden unless you have a cd player that can give negative feedback. Go to the beginning of song 4 and hit rewind to hear Fred breaking glasses and go to the beg. of song 7 and hit rewind to hear messages on Freds machine.

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Contributed By: Flemdawg on 12-23-1999
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Special Requirements: You will need a cd player which can rewind tracks
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Master writes:
You are wrong about the breaking glasses. Those are on the end of Nookie, song three. Put it on a digital CD player, then watch, listening to Nookie. After a few moments of silence, they break the glass, and then it skips over immediately to track four, break stuff, it's not a pre-song thing at all, it's after Nookie. You also don't need anything special to hear it.
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AJ writes:
Everyone's partially right. If you turn the volume way up on your CD player and listen from the end of Nookie to the opening guitar riff on Break Stuff, you can hear back and forth banter between Wes and the band. It goes as following: "Wow, great!" Fred: "There it is..." Wes: "That's amazing" Fred: "Here's how you do it... you gotta pay for this, watch" Wes: "Fred's the master at this" *glass breaks* Then the next like, 15 seconds is the band laughing, Fred breaks more glass, followed by Wes laughing really loud, then Break Stuff starts. Hopefully you have good reflexes or something because if you're not fast enough, the guitar riff on Break Stuff starts and it's REALLY loud.
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The glass breaking all happens before break stuff and lets just leave it ate that. But if you hear the voices behind the glass breaking you can tell that its Fred Durst and Jonathan Davis breaking up the stuff.
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Leef writes:
It's at the end of Nookie. Rip the MP3 and it'll be at the end of the song. You can also rip N 2 Gether Now and another song will be at the end of that one
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Allright, depending on how you look at it your all right. It's either after "Nookie" or after "Break Stuff"
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Angel writes:
the part where fred is breaking a buncha stuff is not on the end of nookie, it's at the beginning of break stuff, as it should be(sorry-you were dead wrong!)
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fo writes:
Your all wrong, it's a song on it's own. It's not at the end of Nookie or at the start of break stuff.
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Jimmeny Cook writes:
You're all right! If you listen to the end of nookie as it fades out, then when it has gone, the pre-post-song thing starts. You here Wes Borland say 'that's amazing'....a reference to the best song on the album (a matter of opinion). THEN they start breaking glass. Also, when you play through nookie, and the pre-post-song starts, it does flip over to 4. So, technically, it is a negative feedback track of break stuff, BUT, it does kinda refer to Nookie, so it is both, really, but technically a pre-song.
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Jimmeny Cook writes:
And Cytrus, you were actually wrong, it is anegative feedback track to Break Stuff. It is technically NOT at the end of Nookie, so you are 'dead wrong'.
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Sebastian writes:
It's an extra track which means: -It is a seperate song (but it does refer to BREAK stuff because of the BREAKING of the glass)
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<[!]sLaShX> writes:
You know, you are ALL wrong. If you play the tracks on a CD player (hi fi or whatever) the hidden tracks are at like -2:00 of the track they precede. but if you put them in a PC then they are at the end of the previous track. by the way, the tracks are actually named in the credits in the cd booklet thing.
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Oberon writes:
If you listen to an MP3 of the album version of 'Nookie', or any other form of the song taken directly from the album, you will hear laughter and breaking glass. On a Cd player try putting Nookie on repeat and you'll hear the breakage. It does not feature on 'Break Stuff'.
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shadow_258 writes:
there is another hidden track on the CD: you must listen to the outro completely and if you wait a little you'll hear the"radio sucks" interlude followed by a funny hidden song of Limp Bizkit.
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Muffy writes:
Both of those play automatically on the CD.
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impulce writes:
These arent really e-eggs at all. The thing be4 track 4 with fred breaking glasses is obviously because the songs called break-stuff...theyre just like pre-song things.
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No, it's at the end of Nookie. , learn your stuff before you comment, cuz you are "dead wrong."
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