Korn's second album, Life is Peachy dismayed many by coming nowhere near the standard of the bands eponymous debut. This album caused the unbelievers to troop back into the church of the Korn for a jolly good spanking. Opening with It's On, Freak on a Leash and their best song, Got the Life is an excellent idea, it draws the listener to their new harder edged sound perfectly and sets them up for the worryingly titled Dead Bodies Everywhere and the all new rap rock of Children of the Korn. Featuring ex-NWA rapper Ice Cube. This is a brilliant track that stands out of an already excellent album. Things go on well enough until All in the Family, when things get better, another rap-rock track. Most people I have spoken to count this as one of their favourite tracks on the album. It is guested on by the ubiquitous Fred Durst of Multi-Platinum nu-metal superstars Limp Bizkit. Then on, through standard Korn fodder to Cameltosis, amusingly titled and slickly carried out, it is one of the lighter tracks on the album, but doesn't ruin the flow. Final track, My Gift to You starts with Johnathon Davis' fabled bagpipes and builds up into a devastating piece of metal. Special mention must go to hidden track, Earache my Eye, hilarious.