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Twisted Transistor Single, Explicit Lyrics

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  • Audio CD (21 Nov. 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Single, Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Virgin
  • ASIN: B000BXJGI8
  • Other Editions: Vinyl
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
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0 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Mr. H TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 6 Nov. 2005
Format: Audio CD
It's been a long time since Korn were interesting or necessary. After their debut temporarily changed the world of metal, it's been a case of ever decreasing circles and recycled riffs.
But maybe having to assess their position after the departure of guitarist Brian "Head" Welch has forced them into trying to find some relevance in their continuing musical existence. And to an extent they have. By moving part the way into the world of dance!
Co-written and produced by The Matrix, this takes the patented Korn sound and gives it a good shake up to see if anything worthwhile is tucked away in the pockets. Loops, keyboards, samples - you name it, it's there, and it's actually OK. The chorus is written with rock radio in mind and is a memorable one, bit it is very polished, something their remaining fanbase might find too shiny.
As a first taste of upcoming album "See You On The Other Side" (released on the 5th December) it's a bold move, one they had to take if they had any kind of future.
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Korn never ceases to amaze me 14 Dec. 2005
By Music Basement - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Another brilliant effort from Korn here. This may be very different from their earlier releases, but that doesn't mean it is a bad song. In fact, I think that Transistor is the best song they have ever released, besides "Freak on a Leash". I haven't heard their new album, and I am currently waiting for it to be shipped from Amazon.

Without their other guitarist, people for sure Korn would be done. But they have erased all doubts with "Twisted Transistor". This is a great song. The lead singer has a very catchy sound, and the band does a great job behind. As for the music video, it is one of the best videos I have ever seen.

As for the other song here, it is pretty good. I think that they could have put a better song here from their upcoming album, but it is still a good listen. So, if you haven't heard this song on the radio yet, pick up the single, or the whole new CD just released, "See You on the Other Side". You will sure not be disappointed, as Korn has delivered another masterpiece song!
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
They're Baaaaaack! 3 Dec. 2005
By B. Singer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
That's right folks. Whether you like it or not...Korn is back! Twisted Transistor is a great track. Nothing more or less to say about it. Too Late I'm Dead is very experimental. Really trippy. It's really good once you listen to it a couple times. I recommend getting this single and the other Twisted Transistor single with Appears!
Pretty Good Single 22 Jan. 2006
By J. conte - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I thought this single was worth purchasing only because of the unreleased track Too Late I'm Dead. Not a bad song although it pretty much sounds like half of See You On The Other Side. The unreleased track I'd really like to purchase is Appears but I cant seem to find it anywhere. Does anyone know where to pick it up?
BUY THIS DISC! 23 April 2006
By J. Clark - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This single is great because it includes the non album B side called "Too late I'm Dead"! This song is really cool and not available on any other disc. Very cool KoRn song that no fan should be without. Make sure you order this disc now!
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Pop Korn 14 Dec. 2005
By Anthony Casazanno - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Compare 2005's "Twisted Transistor" with 1994's "Blind", both released as singles from Korn. "Twisted Transistor" put them on the pop charts, as "Blind" put them on the rock/metal charts. Half of the people who listen to the radio have ever heard "Blind", but "Twisted Transistor" has been played thousands of times. Yes, my friends, this is the downfall of nu-metal, and Korn for that reason, as we know it.

Yes, "Twisted Transistor" is a good track, very catchy with nice guitar work from their only guitarist left (the other one left the band). Lead singer Jonathan Davis doesn't fail, and overall this is a good song. If you haven't heard it on the radio, you have been living under a rock. The other track here, "Too Late I'm Dead", is a nice song, but mostly skippable. So, we have determined that Korn has just released good songs...

...for the radio. If you listened to Korn back when they first started out, you know that they were angry and raw. Their first two albums were metal classics. Obviously they have sold out (with 1998's "Follow The Leader") and now they are just a pop band for the radio. Which also means that nu-metal is dead, buried and forgotten. Now all you death metal heads can celebrate. As for the rest of the world, enjoy the new Korn. I haven't listened to their new album "See You on the Other Side", but I have heard it is just like this. Korn is back, maybe for the better or the worse, but not the Korn you were listening to 11 years ago.
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