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10.18.17 Nu-Metal DJs Ranked.12.11.15 Favorite Post-Hardcore

Nu-Metal DJs Ranked.

The most unnecessary list in the history of music.
1Linkin Park
Hybrid Theory


Joe Hahn.

Unlike some of the DJs on this list, Mr. Hahn seems like an actual other instrument instead of a bunch of chirp noises in the backround once or twice a song. A+
2Deftones
White Pony


Frank Delgado

In the same sorta vein as Mr.Hahn, but even more atmospheric.
3Slipknot
Slipknot


Sid Wilson.

Although on some songs he falls to simple scratching, on other such as 'Prosthetics' he adds atmosphere.
4Incubus
Make Yourself


DJ Kilmore.

'The Warmth' speaks for itself.
5Limp Bizkit
Three Dollar Bill Y'all


DJ Lethal.

A much more traditional hip-hop style DJ, but still adds aggressive moments.
6Lostprophets
The Fake Sound Of Progress


Jamie Oliver

Although I feel like there's way too much DJ'ing on this record, I do feel like it's pretty good. Just overdone.
7Incubus
S.C.I.E.N.C.E.


DJ Lyfe

In a similar vein to Jamie Oliver, I just feel there's a little too much going on turntable wise. I much prefer Lyfe's replacement, DJ Kilmore.
8Kid Rock
Devil Without a Cause


Uncle Kracker

There's a lot of hip hop influence on this record, but I'm not a big fan.
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DJ Product.

Too much chikka with the wikka.
10Crazy Town
The Gift of Game


DJ AM (rip)

I actually like DJ AM a lot post Crazy Town, but I don't think he does anything noteworthy on this record.
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