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  1. Volrajas

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    Lyrics. Korn Going through the pages of my fantasies Pushing all the mercy down, down, down I want to see you try to take a swing at me Come on, gonna put you on the ground, ground, ground Why are you trying to make fun of me? You think it's funny? What the fuck you think it's doing to me? You take your turn lashing out at me I want you crying when you're dirty in the front of me All of my.
  2. Dukazahn

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    Rating: 10/10, this is tied with Follow the Leader and Life is Peachy as my personal favorite album ever. Like I said, this one has no weak songs at all. I truly believe this one is the only perfect album ever made. Literally perfect. I have nothing bad at all to say about it.
  3. Voodoorg

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    The album contains 28 tracks spread over 2 disc's and goes in chronological order, so disc 1 covers the first 3 albums (korn, life is peachy & follow the leader) and disc 2 covers the following 3 (issues, untouchables & take a look in the mirror) and unlike the greatest hits album it includes album tracks that have not been released as singles/5(15).
  4. Zolom

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    May 06,  · On May 2, , Korn revealed that Brian "Head" Welch had rejoined the band after an eight year absence and were working on their eleventh album with producer Don Gilmore [Linkin Park]. The resulting album, The Paradigm Shift, was released on October 8, , on the same day Korn was inducted into the famous Hollywood Rockwalk.
  5. Fenribei

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    Korn Guitarist James "Munky" Shaffer Looks Back on Their Debut and Early Days Faith No More Producer Matt Wallace Tells the Stories Behind the Albums Madi Diaz, the Indie Pop Artist Who Loves Prog, Korn and Stoner Metal.
  6. Vohn

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    Jun 11,  · Editors’ Notes As Korn enters the new millennium they continue to broaden the parameters of their sound. Save for the tribal thump of “Embrace,” the band has shed all traces of its thrashing rap metal, and instead explores caustic, slow-burning ballads (“Alone I Break,” “No One’s There,” “Make Believe”), atmospheric riff-rock (“Thoughtless,” “Beat It Upright.
  7. Menos

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    I'd take two more "Ya'll Want A Single" over a single "Play Me" any day. Also, the reworked version of "Alive" really rubbed me the wrong way after listening to the Neidermayer's Mind version for years. I just really like what it sounded like pre-TALITM, but this could just be listener-bias. I do understand that it needed to be reworked after using parts for "Need To," but still.
  8. Akinok

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    Not only do you get the brilliant studio track "Thoughtless" (from Korn's album, "Untouchables") and it's elaborate and somewhat gratifying music-video as a CD-rom feature, but there are two remixes of the song to back it up, as well as two remixes of "Here To Stay" (also from the same album) that you can't get elsewhere.5/5(4).
  9. Taur

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    "Thoughtless" is a song written by American nu metal band Korn for their fifth studio album, Untouchables. "Thoughtless" was released as the album's second single in July The single charted at 11 on the US Alternative chart, and at 37 on the UK main chart.

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