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FRED DURST Approves Of "Break Stuff" As A Piano Ballad

Plus some Mudvayne and Ozzy.

Just Joe

What if Limp Bizkit's angsty-as-hell 1999 track "Break Stuff" was actually a heartfelt piano ballad? Musician JustJoeSyracuse reimagined the track as exactly that, and it's… well it's still angry, but at least it's quieter. The cover also caught the ear of Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst who commented a musicial notation emoji and a UFO emoji. Which we're assuming means he approves.

FRED DURST Approves Of "Break Stuff" As A Piano Ballad

As an added bonus, here's JustJoeSyracuse giving the same treatment to Mudvayne's "Happy" and Ozzy Osbourne's "Crazy Train."

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