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Limp Bizkit play request-filled set at Sonisphere

Nu-metallers let fans pick the songs during Knebworth show

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Limp Bizkit played a requests set at Sonisphere this evening (July 10).

The Florida nu-metallers, who have just released their sixth studio album 'Gold Cobra', took advice from the Knebworth crowd about what they should play in their hour-long set.

The band's set focused on their back catalogue, with only recent single 'Douche Bag' aired from 'Gold Cobra'. They also played their cover of George Michael's 'Faith' and closed with former UK Number One single 'Rollin''.

Frontman Fred Durst revealed that the band would be returning to the UK in December, to play London's O2 Arena, saying: "We're going to be coming back in December, to the O2, see you then."

Limp Bizkit played:

'Hot Dog'
'My Generation'
'Fast Lane'
'Break Stuff'
'Douche Bag'
'My Way'
'Boiler'
'Take A Look Around'
'Faith'
'Rollin''


Sonisphere continues tonight with a headline set from Slipknot.

NME.COM is coming live from the T In The Park and Sonisphere this weekend. Stay tuned to NME.COM/festivals/t-in-the-park and NME.COM/festivals/sonisphere for news, blogs, photo galleries and video interviews from both sites.

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