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- Number of Discs: 2
- Label: Epic
- ASIN: B0000VD0E2
- Other Editions: Audio CD
- Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars See all reviews (31 customer reviews)
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Take A Look In The Mirror
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KORN Take A Look In The Mirror (2003 US issue limited edition 2-disc set comprising of 13-track CD album featuring a collaboration with Nas and the single Did My Time plus bonus DVD featuring Korn Kut Up video mix Right Now video and behind the scenes footage. Housed in a fold-out digipak picture sleeve and still sealed)
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It's dark, it's heavy... and it's intense. Everything you'd expect to hear on a Korn album, and then some. As soon as I heard the first song, I knew things were going to be okay. The album is mesmerizing and hypnotic; angry and vicious; dark and beautiful. The band has really evolved with this latest effort. Jonathan does a spectacular job of balancing the singing and screaming/yelling. The guitars and drums also sound a lot better in this work than in previous efforts. It is clear that the band has created an outstanding masterpiece.
I didn't find a single song that I disliked in any shape or form, but my favourites are "counting on me," "right now," "did my time," "everything I've known," "I'm done," "when will this end," and "alive." Their live version of "one" is also terrific. Those are my favourites, but the whole album is a great listen.
"Take a Look in the Mirror" is everything a Korn fan would want, or at least that's the way I see it. While I still think their first album is the best, this new album is #2 in my eyes, and just when I thought they wouldn't be able to do something better than "Untouchables." Just goes to show you to expect the unexpected. An EXCELLENT album and an outstanding listen.
The album starts off with the excellent and heavy 'Right Now'. Then to the gruelling 'Break Some Off' and on to my favourite song on the album, 'Counting On Me'.
Other great songs are the brilliantly structured 'Did My Time', 'When Will This End?' and the off the wall 'Y'All Want A Single'. Also 'Play Me' with Nas makes a good song that even rap haters would appreciate.
There is not a single song reminiscent of the crap on Untouchables. This album helps me forget about Untouchables and think on what KoRn might churn out in the future. Let's hope it's something like this.
Tracks to loo out for -
Counting On Me - Very melodic and heavy at the same time. Jonathan's vocal's are also amazing on this track. Brilliant Stuff.
Right Now - Their up-coming new single, and its a great track to open analbum. Very heavy, and the bass is amazing too!
Lets Do This Now - My personal favourite track on the album. the song starts with JD's bagpipes (which sound VERY similar to 'Shoots and Ladders', but more up tempo) which progress into a very heavy track, with, of course, excellent vocals from JD.
Overall, an amazing album. Buy it now!!!
The opening track is awesome and sets the benchmark for the rest of the album, listening with a little bit of fear that the album would noise dive my mind was put to rest. Each track just seems to get better than the last. By the time you are getting through track 4 you with have witnessed a brilliant blend of teeth gritting heavy riffs, excellent vocal dynamics and aggressive lyrics, It’s hard to imagine how they can maintain the standard…Track 5 just did it for me, It’s just fantastic and it just doesn’t seem to stop, track after track of head nodding, foot tapping, teeth gritting music with serious edge, wrapped up at the end with ‘When will this end’ which is a strange mix of melody and riffs from older tracks and just makes you want to hit ‘repeat all’ on your CD player.
This is honestly the first album for about 5 years that I have bought that I can listen to from start to finish over and over, I’ve had it two weeks now and it hasn’t left my CD player I think I’m on about the 40th listen…5 stars! Essential Buy! Pure Genius!!!!
(Plus you get a DVD with this which has a cool mix video of a few hit songs of each alubm they did, all this wrapped in a nice package, the best £13 I've ever spent!)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The Cd don't arrive. I send TWO mails to the seller and he did'nt sad me anything. Recently I push a reclamation in A-Z Garantly and...i don't know about. Read morePublished on 9 May 2009 by David Quiñones Lobo
In a time where Nu-Metal has died and the only bands from that era are the badly flagging Limp Bizkit and the ultra-dull Linkin Park are rememberd, it's good to see that the... Read morePublished on 3 Oct. 2004
I have been a Korn fan for about 5 years now, and after hearing all there songs and albums, I reckon this one is the best yet. Read morePublished on 10 Sept. 2004 by Mr. C. R. Meredith
5 years down the line I've been listening to KoRn, and I've bought all their albums in order (which is the way you SHOULD do it) and each one is a new journey to me. Read morePublished on 22 July 2004
"Take A Look In The Mirror" is a giant leap back towards the sound of "Life Is Peachy" era KoRn, far removed from the gothic stylings of "Untouchables". Read morePublished on 9 July 2004 by DJ Vapour
kick ass album, some great tunes, nice and heavy, great calabration with NASPublished on 13 May 2004
Let me get this straight, after a couple of dodgy albums, this album is the glorious return of the Korn of old. At least, that's what certain magazines are telling us to think. Read morePublished on 28 Feb. 2004 by Mr. Od Smith