One of the biggest hard rock songs of the late 90s was the Limp Bizkit cover of George Michael's classic song "Faith." The track got all over radio and MTV and blasted Limp Bizkit into the mainstream.
It's crazy to think the track came out 24 years ago, and now it holds a special place in the heart of many a rock fan, even some of those that may have left the Bizkit behind for heavier pastures. A new isolated vocal track has surfaced recently, offering an interesting listen to a virtually acapella version of the big hit.
This isn't an official release by any means, but rather a fan who used some reductive audio mixing tricks. Take a listen below.
You can hear some of Youtuber MetalMassacre's other isolated vocal mixes here.
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Limp Bizkit is currently working on new music, the follow-up to their last release, Gold Cobra.