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Korn [Explicit]

9 Dec 2002

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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 24 Oct 1994
  • Release Date: 24 Oct 1994
  • Label: Epic
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  • Total Length: 1:05:16
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  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • ASIN: B001I4HV5Y
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (65 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 7,451 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By are you on 4 Mar 2006
Format: Audio CD
A previous reveiwer asked if KoRn will ever make an album as good again. Well, I have the answer - NO. This album is so aggressive, so devoid of the mainstream and ultimately so early 90's KoRn that this is a musical feat that can never be re-ccomplished - and personally I don't want it to, becuase if they were to reach these worryingly brilliant heights again, it would certainly take the shine off of this eponymous debut, the most important rock album of the last 25 years . This album has it all for the "alt. metal" fan, from the bruising welcome of 'Blind', the moody monotne of 'Faget' or the album's distressing conclusion, 'Daddy.' Basically, this album contains one classic song after another, it has no weaknesses and it is the album from which all other metal albums are judged - if you never buy another album, make sure this one is in the collection. Brilliant.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 27 Jan 2000
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This is a emotionally scarring record with more brains that are hidden by the screaming vocals and the back breaking guitars.KoRn are a band that incorporates physical and mental assaults,if you don't believe me listen to "DADDY".
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By reznor84666@aol.com on 4 Sep 2001
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After hearing the excellent 'Issues' I immediately bought their debut. Initially, I was slightly dissapointed because it's very raw, but now I've come to realise that it is its SHEER RAWNESS that makes this album what it is - EMOTIVE, BRILLIANT and POWERFUL, and it really has got some of the most emotive lyrics and moments I've EVER heard in grunge-metal or any other genre. I'm namely referring to 'DADDY', which is one of the most painful/heavy and shocking songs I've heard. The lyrics really rip at your heart like knives. This is much better than any of their following commercial-sounding albums - there's no fancy studio work to gain an atmosphere, it's all done with guitars, drums and, of course, the excellent vocals which Davies varies throughout to maintain interest. Unlike their now verse-chorus-verse technique, this album tends to EXPLORE more places and there are more changes and surprises in the songs, even though some should've been slightly longer. But one thing that annoys me is that people call this rap/hip-hop. There is NO RAP or HIP-HOP whatsoever !!!!! It is a hardcore grunge album with loud guitars and holds you at gunpoint throughout. You NEED this really, although don't expect any technological usage like that of later albums. BUY IT, keep an hour free so you can listen to the original talent all the way through, and wait for the brilliant finale 'Daddy', which comes in my top five favourite songs of all time.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 9 Mar 2002
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As KoRn fly onto the music scene they produce one of the most emotional, heavy and amazing album for a debut. As soon as you hear 'Blind' you know they are going to be big, with the long wait until Jon screams down 'are you ready!!?!?' These ae a bunch of folk from So-cal who have redefined the theory, with a different tune and style unlike no other at that time, alas making waves for new bands to come along with the same yet not fulfilling sound. You can almost hear the potential and also dedication in every note and word, there are the ripping 'fake' and 'lies' but also a good contrast of 'shoots and ladders' which has a great and steady 'grunt' tone to it. You'll love every song on this album and it sounds so different to thier newest album 'issues' which was a huge let down to such previous albums like this. i seriously recommend this to anyone who wants to listen to KoRn and not putting them next to the word 'grunger'. This album is class....get it fool.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 6 July 2000
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This album not only set a new genre in Metal, it introduced us to KoRn, a five-piece band from Bakersfield, California. It is on the first track, "BLIND" a grinding legend, where KoRn show exactly what they are about. Brian "Head" Welch, and James "Munky" Shaffer's guitars explode along with Reggie "Fieldy" Arvizu's unique percussion bass. David Silveria's drums along with Jonathan Davis's unqiue and sensational talent make not only Blind, but the other 11 tracks pure Metal bliss. Davis is a genius; a man fuellled by pure emotion and hate, telling a tale of his childhood lost. He is like a man possessed behind the microphone, seething and crying out pain and anger from his dark past. The lyrical talent of Davis is highlighted on "FAGET", a twisting yet grinding Metal anthem, and although "CLOWN" is similar, it too portrays the scary amount of Talent, emotion and sheer brilliance of Jonathan Davis. The album's pace only slows briefly on "SHOOTS AND LADDERS", yet this rest is brief as the track explodes with Davis's rip-roaring vocals and Head's undoubted talent. Korn are what Music should be all about - Where everything seems to go perfectly right, the music, percussion, and vocals connect on a level never before, and still never heard in Metal. On the last track on this revolutionary album, "DADDY", Davis builds his emotion throughout, eventually screaming and crying, tearing himself to pieces mentally with the darkest and most atmospheric lyrics ever written. All of KoRn's stuff is sensational, if you're a new fan then Issues would be the place to start, but KoRn - KoRn is an album ALL rock fans must own, introducing us to the greatest band of all time..
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