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Issues [Explicit]

13 Jun. 2001 | Format: MP3

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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 15 Nov. 1999
  • Release Date: 13 Jun. 2001
  • Label: Epic/Immortal
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  • Total Length: 53:08
  • Genres:
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • ASIN: B001I89G7Q
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (75 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 37,102 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)

Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5 stars

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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 24 Sept. 2000
Format: Audio CD
"Issues" is not the self-titled, nor is it "Life Is Peachy" or "Follow The Leader". Issues is an amalgamation of that triplet, with many new and amazing sounds thrown in for good measure. "Issues", overall, is fairly different to the other three albums, but it can easily be said that Korn have developed and expanded their sound noticeably with every new offering. This album should not be put down for being different to the other three, as it has elements that are easily linkable with them, but has many new, exciting and brilliant-sounding ideas in there. The album opens showcasing Jonathan's bagpipe playing abilities in "Dead", and stays consistantly different from everything else available throughout the entire album.
There are, it could be said, "typical" Korn songs in here, but none of them are without a sort of shine that is not present in any of the other albums. 4U, on the other hand, is a very different beast. This track sounds like nothing else produced by Korn, and might seem too tame or "strange" to some, but I believe it is one of the highlights of the album. "Hey Daddy" is another prime example; it sounds very different to any of their other works, but is the best track of the entire album in my opinion. Munky and Head put the trademark seven stringed guitars to good use throughout the track, and create some truly amazing-sounding sequences. Jonathan's vocal talents are also employed brilliantly, ranging from soft to heavy throughout the track, and a very effective distortion is placed upon his voice at one point. In fact, the whole group is put through their paces in this song, and come out sounding their best yet.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By theone&only on 4 July 2011
Format: Audio CD
It would have been easy for Korn to mess this up. Their massive selling 'Follow the Leader' album came out just one year before this and made them household names in America. So quite why they brought this out so soon after is a mystery. How they pulled off another mega selling album with such a change of sound is remarkable. Personally, I get the feeling that after 'FTL' with its manufactured 'homeboy' image, Korn realised they would only have limited appeal so they changed direction and brought out THIS. And thank the Lord they did! It would have been easy for Korn to continue down the sports-metal route but they went darker and even more introspective (which coming from them is saying a lot!) Interlude songs like 'Dead' and '4 U' are some of the most compelling things here and show the way to the new Korn sound. The best songs are stuff like 'Hey Daddy' and 'Counting' which occur near the end of the album and show Korn are no longer afraid of mixing up their albums as they now posess the quality songwriting to let them do what they want. It was quite a brave feat for Korn to bring this out, they could have made a nice album but instead they got more sinister and twisted and heavy. Metal would never be the same again.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By jon davis on 27 Jun. 2006
Format: Audio CD
this album has a lot more soul and melody than its three predecessors and yet it still manages to carry over the emotion and in some parts, the anger of the first two albums. you can listen to this one however you like? sit back and relax or jump around and tear your hair out to lose some frustration. highlights on this album include falling away from me, trash, make me bad, no way and Dirty amongst many others. theres also the good old bag pipes thrown in for good measure. this is a brilliant album and korn fan or not, you cant go far wrong with this one.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By "snapcasekid" on 23 Aug. 2000
Format: Audio CD
After the success of Follow The Leader the question was could KoRn top it, the answer oh yes they could, Issues is a sleaker monster then issues with even more grooves and phat riffs, but also loads of excellent experimental pieces, such as the chilled out tones of "4 U" sounding more like Massive Attack then KoRn, they show that they are growing more and more musically all the time, that doesnt mean to say KoRn have gone soft, the likes of "Falling Away From Me," "Beg For Me," "Wake Up," and "Somebody Someone," should quash any thoughts of that cannot wait for the fifth album.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 20 Dec. 2000
Format: Audio CD
I only began to listen to Korn when i was told that their style of music was very similar to Limp Bizkit's earlier stuff, so i purchased this album, and i am glad i did. It is an absolutely amazing album and the second song "falling away from me" is one of the best songs by the band. One thing that really pleases me about the band is that they have two guitarists which increases the quality of the songs. Other stand out tracks include, "beg for me" and "wake up". I can't wait to buy my next album, and advise any lover of hardcore rock to buy this album, Fantastic.
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Format: Audio CD
By 1999 the influence of KoRn had spread throughout the metal universe. Now after 5 years it is great to see they still have it. It is not as aggressive or as raw as the first album. But they still have the signature 7-string guitars, the bagpipes and the deeply personal lyrics.
The album is a complex journey through the mind of Jonathan Davis. A journey through paranoia despairs and anger. But amidst all the fury there is a little hint of optimism.
They open with the bagpipes in this dark desolate affair they named ‘Dead’ with its sing-song chant of ‘All I want in life is to be happy’. But the album is not all depressing the melodic take ‘Wake Up’. A song by Jonathan dedicated to his brothers (David, Munky, Head, and Fieldy) in KoRn. The crunching ‘Beg For Me’ and the smooth calming ‘4U’ both tributes to the fans. But the album highlights lie fully in ‘Trash’ ‘Somebody Someone’ ‘Falling Away From Me’ and ‘Dirty’, ‘Make Me Bad’ and ‘No Way’ follows closely but nothing can beat:
The brutal ‘Somebody Someone’ in which he declares that he needs someone to help him overcome his pain.
The catchy ‘Falling Away From Me’ a cogent stance on domestic violence also the first single off ‘Issues’.
‘Trash’ a song about how when his relationships go wrong he blames it on himself.
And finally ‘Dirty’ with its soothing verse, which leads furiously into the barbaric chorus. It is Jonathan at his most defenseless calling for release.
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