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Name:KORN korn(1994 FLAC )

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Korn - 12 - Daddy.flac (Size: 423.88 MB) (Files: 15)

 Korn - 12 - Daddy.flac

61.53 MB

 Korn - 06 - Faget.flac

42.15 MB

 Korn - 09 - Fake.flac

35.38 MB

 Korn - 07 - Shoots and Ladders.flac

34.04 MB

 Korn - 04 - Clown.flac

32.79 MB

 Korn - 02 - Ball Tongue.flac

32.44 MB

 Korn - 08 - Predictable.flac

32.32 MB

 Korn - 01 - Blind.flac

31.01 MB

 Korn - 03 - Need To.flac

29.63 MB

 Korn - 11 - Helmet in the Bush.flac

28.16 MB

 Korn - 10 - Lies.flac

24.93 MB

 Korn - 05 - Divine.flac

21.57 MB

 Korn - 13 - [Untitled].flac

17.71 MB

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Ko?n
Studio album by Korn
Released October 11, 1994
Recorded May – June 1994 at Indigo Ranch Studios in Malibu, California
Genre Nu metal
Length 65:51
Label Immortal/Epic
Producer Ross Robinson
Professional reviews

* Allmusic 4.5/5 stars link
* Robert Christgau (C-) link
* Metal Storm 8.7/10 stars link
* Yahoo! Music (mixed) link

Korn chronology
Korn
(1994) Life Is Peachy
(1996)
Singles from Korn

1. "Blind"
Released: 1994
2. "Shoots and Ladders"
Released: 1995
3. "Need To"
Released: 1995
4. "Clown"
Released: 1996

Korn (promoted with a ya as Ko?n) is the self-titled debut album by American nu metal band Korn, released on October 11, 1994 through Immortal/Epic Records and has been certified 2x Platinum by the RIAA in the US. [1]
Contents
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* 1 Musical and lyrical style
* 2 Reception
* 3 Track listing
* 4 Chart positions
* 5 Credits
* 6 References
* 7 External links

[edit] Musical and lyrical style

The album merges influences from alternative metal, funk metal, groove metal and hip-hop, which altogether made a sound which would later be called nu metal. It is regarded as the first album of this genre. The band has been said to "disdain the metal or nu metal label," and consider the album more like a "heavy groove".[2]

While these elements have been adapted by other bands, the album includes elements that are unique to Korn, including scatting vocals, and the use of bagpipes.

According to Stephen Thomas Erlewine, Korn borrows elements from such acts as Pantera, Jane's Addiction, Rage Against the Machine, Helmet, Faith No More, Anthrax, Cypress Hill and N.W.A.[3] According to author Cheryl Lynette Keyes, Korn's sound originated from the acid rap style of Esham.[4]

[edit] Reception

Since its release in 1994, the album has proven to be a seller over time, being certified 2x Platinum by the RIAA in the US.

"Shoots And Ladders" was nominated for a 1997 Grammy Award for Best Metal Performance.

Q magazine (8/00, p.127) - Included in Q's "Best Metal Albums of All Time" - "[Their] clinical power generated maximum moshpit activity, while singer Jonathan Davis' lyrics spoke directly to any teen who'd ever been misunderstood, bullied or abused."[5]

[edit] Track listing

1. "Blind" - 4:19
2. "Ball Tongue" - 4:29
3. "Need To" - 4:01
4. "Clown" - 4:37
5. "Divine" - 2:51
6. "Faget" - 5:49
7. "Shoots and Ladders" - 5:22
8. "Predictable" - 4:32
9. "Fake" - 4:51
10. "Lies" - 3:22
11. "Helmet in the Bush" - 4:02
12. "Daddy" - 17:31

The song "Daddy" ends after 9 minutes and after some more minutes of silence another bonus track referred to as "Michael & Geri" can be heard (This track can also be found as an isolated lone track)

This is not a song, It is best referred to as a Dialogue track as it only consists of "Michael & Geri" Having a very explicit argument about an internal combustion engine.

[edit] Chart positions
Year Chart Position
1995 Top Heatseekers #1
1996 The Billboard 200 #72

[edit] Credits

* Jonathan Davis - vocals, bagpipes
* Brian "Head" Welch - guitar, vocals
* J. "Munky" Shaffer - guitar
* Fieldy - bass
* David Silveria - drums
* Judith Kiener - vocals on the lullaby at the end of "Daddy."
* Chuck Johnson - engineer, mixing
* Ross Robinson - producer, engineer, mixing
* Eddy Schreyer - mastering
* Stephen Stickler - photography
* Jay Papke/Dante Ariola - Art Direction and Design

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