No Sex

Album: Significant Other (1999)
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  • Fred Durst did it all for the nookie, but in this song he laments a relationship that has lost all meaning and continues simply for sex. "Should've left my pants on this time," he sings.
  • "No Sex" is part of Limp Bizkit's nu metal touchstone Significant Other, their second album. It exploded in 1999, going on to sell over 7 million copies in America. Fred Durst was suddenly a huge star, loved and reviled in equal measure. Their next album, Chocolate Starfish And The Hot Dog Flavored Water, did nearly as well, selling 6 million.

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  • Zero from Nowhere, NjBy the way, Aaron Lewis of Staind sings backup on this track. Yeah everybody already knows that but I thought it should be added.
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