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Wes Borland: Why He Left Limp Bizkit...

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Jan. 25th, 2002 | 12:22 pm
posted by: immorak in loud

Bandmates became co-workers and 'musically I was kind of bored,' guitarist says.


LOS ANGELES � The more time Wes Borland spent in Limp Bizkit, the more things around him turned black.

First his wardrobe � draping cloaks that brought to mind one of his favorite characters, Darth Vader. Then his eyes � gripping contacts that, next to his flaring nostrils, made him look like a guitar-toting monster. His heart was the next to go.

"Bells start going off, like, 'This is what it feels like to sell out,'" Borland recalled. "I'm enjoying all the perks of [Limp Bizkit], but I feel my heart is going black, because this is not what I'm called to do. The little voice inside my head says, 'You should be somewhere else. You should take the risk. You should let it go.'


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