ROLLIN' WITH IT!

<strong'Rollin'' will be promoted by one of the most expensive videos ever made...

ROLLIN'  WITH  IT!
LIMP BIZKIT are set to release new single 'ROLLIN'' on January 15 in the UK, featuring one of the most expensive videos ever made and only the second ever chart-eligible DVD.

CD1 of a twin set features the title track alongside the song's video and a live version of 'Take A Look Around', recorded originally for Top Of The Pops in late August 2000.

The second CD comes in the form of only the second ever (after Bjork's 'All Is Full Of Love') chart eligible DVD replacing the normal CD single. Included on the disc is the 'Rollin'' video, a picture gallery, an audio of previous single 'My Generation' (recorded at the same Top Of The Pops session) playing alongside interactive lyrics, some snippets of previous videos and a complete Limp Bizkit discography.

The video, which features cameos from Hollywood stars Ben Stiller and Stephen Dorff, cost over $3 million and was shot partly on the roof of the World Trade Centre in New York.

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