1999's Significant Other is the breakthrough sophomore album from metal/rap hybrid Limp Bizkit and follow-up to their 1997 debut Three Dollar Bill, Yall$. Building on the radio success of the band's cover of George Michael's "Faith," Significant Other is both more musically adventurous and emotionally charged than its predecessor yet impressively cohesive in its postmodern tone. The album peaked at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 thanks to a run of popular singles that included "Nookie," "Re-Arranged," "N 2 Gether Now" and "Break Stuff." Guest appearances from such diverse artists as Scott Weiland, Method Man, Aaron Lewis and Jonathan Davis also helped strengthen its crossover appeal.