Not since Pink Floyd’s “Dark Side of the Moon” has an album put me into such a trance. Everything musical about this CD is perfect; from Fred Durst’s vocal delivery to the guitarist’s stellar riffs, it’s impossible to hate “Results May Vary,” Limp Bizkit’s most significantly amazing masterpiece yet.I may be going out on a limb here, but Fred Durst’s singing will probably make you want to burn all your Frank Sinatra albums. You want quality singing? Look no further than “Results May Vary.” As far as the lyrics go, Fred’s songwriting could give Bob Dylan a run for his money. The songs are among the most socially conscious I’ve ever heard in my life. Durst is truly the heir to Marvin Gaye’s throne. Amazing. The instrumentals here are probably the most complex I’ve ever heard in my life. The guitar riffs would make Stevie Ray Vaughn and Jimi Hendrix blush if they were still alive to hear them. I’m glad Wes Borland left because he was the only one in the band who had no talent. This new guy can whale!This is one of the best albums of the year. Heck, it’s one of the best albums of the new millenium! I’d buy a million copies if I could afford it! I don’t think there’s been such a splendid display of amazing talent since Ludacris blew us all away with “Word Of Mouf.” Bravo.One more thing: if you believed a word of my review, throw yourself into a well and take this album with you.