• MTV used this in an episode of their show Road Rules, which was big for the band since Papa Roach did not have a major-label record deal when MTV used it. The exposure got the attention of Dreamworks Records, which signed them to a deal. The band became a favorite on MTV. They became frequent guests on the network, including the show Total Request Live.

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  • Zero from The Abyss, NjDJ AM aka Adam Goldstein provides turntable scratches on this track.

    Hey Nick, I noticed that too! I wish OFFYY was available for release or download, it's awesome and sounds like old Deftones! YouTube it if you're curious.

    Less remarkable but still interesting is their first EP from 1994, Potatoes For Christmas (oddly enough, that actually IS available for download!)
  • Nick from Missoula, MtThis song is sort of a sequeal to the song "liquid diet" on their earlier album, i thnk it was "old friends from young years". Its refrence the the girl who was abused with forks knives and razor blades- was a basis to the earlier work.
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