- Audio CD (30 July 2007)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Format: Explicit Lyrics
- Label: Virgin Music
- ASIN: B000SNUMZ2
- Other Editions: Audio CD | Vinyl
- Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 48,412 in CDs & Vinyl (See Top 100 in CDs & Vinyl)
Korn: Untitled Explicit Lyrics
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1. Intro 2. Starting Over 3. Bitch We Got A Problem 4. Evolution 5. Hold On 6. Kiss 7. Do What They Say 8. Ever Be 9. Love and Luxury 10. Innocent Bystander 11. Killing 12. Hushabye 13. I Will Protect You
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On this album they are trying out some new angles and new musical devices. The sound and structure of the songs is often more complex than before, and the album has real depth to it and a very dark mood overall. I can't find a weak song on the album, but don't expect them to be as catchy and immediate as 'Right Now' or 'Make Me Bad'. Many of the songs here are less likely to be stomping live tracks (although 'Evolution' sounded pretty good in the Download tent!), but that doesn't make them less good songs, just different, and perhaps in a sense a bit more thoughtful, so that it needs to be listened to a few times to be fully appreciated.
It's a progression, and in a good direction, not like some Nu-Metal bands who have just stuck to the same stuff and got boring, or abandoned their sound entirly to become just another commercialised nothing. Commercialism or wimping out this isn't. Rubbishy downfall of a Metallica style this isn't. The closest parallel I can think of is Black Sabbath - they couldn't just make the Paranoid album over and over, as great as it was, and moved on to make 'Sabotage' and 'Sabbath Bloody Sabbath', two of their best albums, but not the same as what came before - less sheer heaviness and more thoughtfulness, careful construction and experimentation.
This is a directional developement for KoRn, but I think it works superbly. Buy it, give it a try, remember that it's going to be a bit different and might need a few listens, and give it a chance.
The album is difficult to explain it goes to a whole new level of complexity compared to previous albums. The songs contain some great segments where the song suddenly changes pace, style or direction completely and can go from heavy riffing to keyboard work. At the same time there is always lots going on in the background if you listen closely (headphones are good). The singing is as distinctive as ever, I really like Johnathon's death-grunt at the end of Killing. He shows his full vocal range on this album.
There are no particular stand out tracks I think they all combine to give a dark and at the same time uplifting album. I do think that the Intro sets the scene perfectly for what you will hear.
The style is close to Untouchables, which is my favourite Korn album, so no surprise that I like this. I think this one is equally as good because it pushes musical boundaries and experiments with different instruments and sounds even more.
Overall this is an excellent album and shows that the band are still at the top of their game.
I recommend several listens Keeping an open mind and open ears to fully appreciate its quality.
Probably the most unique sounding Korn album to date (this preceeded 'The Path Of Totality with its heavy use of electronics) and well worth investigating, Korn on an upward trajectory.
Untitled is a good album, It is better then SYOTOS, the Pop / Industrial sounds have gone, theres still synth but its more prog rock.
The album is defo a grower, wasnt keen on it first. But after couple of listens i really do like it.
Standout songs for me
- Hold On
- Ever Be
- Hushabye - fav
Get the special addition - Includes bonus song - Sing Sorrow & Dvd plus posters n cards ... tis all good.
Cant wait for them to tour the UK again in Jan.
Rock on Family Values 08!
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Anyway Korn is great, untitled is gash