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  • Audio CD (12 July 2010)
  • Special Edition edition
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: CD+DVD
  • Label: Roadrunner records
  • ASIN: B003GE69K2
  • Other Editions: Audio CD |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars 28 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 95,876 in CDs & Vinyl (See Top 100 in CDs & Vinyl)
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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Uber-time
  2. Oildale [Leave Me Alone]
  3. Pop A Pill
  4. Fear Is A Place To Live
  5. Move On
  6. Lead The Parade
  7. Let The Guilt Go
  8. The Past
  9. Never Around
  10. Are You Ready To Live?
  11. Holding All These Lies
  12. Trapped Underneath The Stairs
  13. People Pleaser
  14. Blind

Disc: 2

  1. Main Menu Page Loop - Oildale [Leave Me Alone]
  2. Oildale [Leave Me Alone]
  3. Pop A Pill
  4. Fear Is A Place To Live
  5. Move On
  6. Lead The Parade
  7. Let The Guilt Go
  8. The Past
  9. Never Around
  10. Are You Ready To Live?
  11. Holding All These Lies

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Product Description

Limited CD/DVD Edition digipak with expanded artwork, three bonus tracks and a DVD that contains in-studio videos of the band playing each track on the album live. 2010 release from the Alt-Metal outfit. With Korn III - Remember Who You Are, Korn unleash their ninth studio album in an impressive career which has send them sell over 32 million albums worldwide. On the album's quasi-concept theme, frontman Jonathan Davis explains "It comes down to one question: 'Who the f*** am I?' It's about remembering where we came from. The title sums up everything I'm talking about lyrically... People get so wrapped up in social communities, the Internet and technology that they forget who they are and what life's really about. I f***ing forgot who I was until I did this record. I look at the records we've done as slots in time, and I believe Remember Who You Are is very special."

BBC Review

With their chunky riffs, funk-tinged five-string bass work and angsty lyrical content, Bakersfield, California's Korn had a revolutionary effect on the international metal scene when they released their self-titled 1994 debut. It was not, of course, the first time that musicians had set out to marry metal with hip hop and funk, but Korn's synthesis of down-tuned guitars, choppy grooves and serial killer shtick–not to mention the recording acumen of producer Ross Robinson–was perhaps the key influence on the style that would become known as nu-metal.

Fifteen years later, and while Korn have displayed appealing eccentricity–singer Jonathan Davis remains unafraid to whip out a set of bagpipes–and occasional experimental impulses (best seen on 2005's See You on the Other Side) their sound remains largely stuck in that 90s formula. To be fair, Remember Who You Are–the group's ninth album–is pitched as a back-to-basics effort, reuniting the band with Robinson and stripping away Pro Tools production for a raw, deliberately gloss-free feel. And at times, it's a recipe that still yields results: it's hard to argue with the abattoir chunder of Pop a Pill, which matches busy, tumbling percussion and atonal guitar clangs with a surprisingly yearning, new romantic tinged chorus: "This is way beyond me / I can't live without you today," sings Davis, almost sweetly.

Regretfully, though, Robinson's production is not the shot in the arm that Korn need. The shock of the new that the band had back in the mid-90s is long faded, and while the group approach the new songs with vigour, the likes of Move On and Never Around suffer from their limited palette. Songs like Lead the Parade, which hitches light, skippy verses to a dirgey, bagpipe-slathered chorus, play to the band's strengths. But it's hard to shake the feeling that whereas some of Korn's peers–the likes of Slipknot and Marilyn Manson–have produced focused, engaging twists on a formula, Remember Who You Are is the sound of a band not so much rediscovering their past as recycling it.

--Louis Pattison

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