Limp Bizkit restore the ‘Faith’ at Reading Festival

The sun came out just in time to warm the large crowd, who flocked to watch Limp Bizkit play what was the best set of the day on the Reading Festival main stage so far.

Kicking off with ‘Hot Dog’, the band blasted through nothing but crowd favorites that caused mosh pits from side-to-side and front-to-back.

Fred Durst, who greeted the crowd with: "I hope you don't mind but we bought the sunshine with us," was on good form but it was hard not to keep your eyes on Wes Borland – the guitarist dressing up as some sort of voodoo doctor.

"We're ecstatic about playing Reading Festival 2010,"
Durst told the crowd before asking all the ladies to get up on someone’s shoulders as the American quintet hit us all with an arousing version of the George Michael cover, ‘Faith’.

The huge audience, worthy of a headliner, all enjoyed a rendition of ‘Rollin’’, copying the trademark, arm-waving dance move.