Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water

Release date
17 Oct 2000
Running length
14 tracks
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    Track     Duration Listeners
1 Intro 1:18 231,320
2 Hot Dog 3:50 330,641
3 My Generation 3:41 482,902
4 Full Nelson 4:07 210,101
5 My Way (Album Version (Explicit)) 4:33 1,861
6 Rollin' (Air Raid Vehicle) 3:34 455,422
7 Livin' It Up 4:24 210,834
8 The One 3:44 187,062
10 Take a Look Around 5:21 522,048
11 It'll Be OK 5:06 141,411
12 Boiler 7:01 302,959
13 Hold On 5:48 160,643
14 Rollin' (Urban Assault Vehicle) 6:23 136,161
15 Outro 4:06 106,479

About this album

Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water is the third album by Limp Bizkit, released on October 15, 2000 through Interscope Records. It debuted at number one on the Billboard 200, selling 1.05 million copies in its first week,[2] and was the 18th best-selling album of the 2000s in the US.[3]

According to the RIAA website, the album has sold over 6 million copies in the United States alone as of 2008 and an overall 12 million worldwide.[4] It features the singles “My Generation”, “Rollin’ (Air Raid Vehicle)”, “Take A Look Around”, “Boiler”, and “My Way”. The first part of the title is a scatological reference to the appearance of the human anus (Chocolate Starfish). However, Hot Dog Flavored Water is an inside joke started by Wes Borland at a truckstop while the band was on tour, where Borland saw bottles of Crystal Geyser flavored water, and made a joke about having meat or hot dog flavors.[5]

Durst himself refers to the album name in both “Livin’ It Up”, where he declares that “The chocolate starfish is my man Fred Durst,” (Wes Borland has stated in an interview when questioned on the naming of the album that “Fred calls himself Chocolate Starfish, because people call him an asshole all the time”)[5] and “Hot Dog”, where he tells his detractors to “Kiss my starfish, my chocolate starfish.”

The album features several high-profile guests, including Xzibit on “Getcha Groove On”, Stone Temple Pilots frontman Scott Weiland on “Hold On”, and Redman, DMX and Method Man, including production by Swizz Beats on “Rollin’ (Urban Assault Vehicle)”, which is a remix of “Rollin’ (Air Raid Vehicle)”. Actor Ben Stiller appears in the hidden track of “Outro”.

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