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by: Korn


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Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Binding: Audio CD
Brand: KORN
EAN: 0074646148822
Format: Explicit Lyrics
Item Dimensions: 3356224492
Label: Sony Legacy
Languages: EnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Sony Legacy
MPN: MFR074646148822#VG
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publisher: Sony Legacy
Release Date: June 11, 2002
Running Time: 70 minutes
Studio: Sony Legacy




Disc 1:
  1. Here to Stay
  2. Make Believe
  3. Blame
  4. Hollow Life
  5. Bottled up Inside
  6. Thoughtless
  7. Hating
  8. One More Time
  9. Alone I Break
  10. Embrace
  11. Beat It Upright
  12. Wake Up Hate
  13. I'm Hiding
  14. No One's There
  15. Here to Stay
  16. Here to Stay
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Media Type: CD
Artist: KORN
Title: UNTOUCHABLES
Street Release Date: 06/11/2002
Domestic
Genre: HEAVY METAL

Amazon.com:
The band that unwittingly begat the current, if waning, rap-metal frenzy, Korn has been semidormant since 1999's multiplatinum Issues, while bands they inspired, such as Linkin Park, have ruled the charts and minds of disenfranchised teens. The wait for Untouchables' 14 cutting cuts is more than worth it, however. The quintet's heavy sound and lyrical angst have not been dulled by success. Singer Jonathan Davis's often agonized, cathartic lyrics and slightly lispy, emotive delivery are as heavy and varied as on previous outings. On the first single, "Here to Stay," which boasts a spooky, Nine Inch Nails feel and Fieldy's aggro, down-tuned bass, Davis growls in pain, "This state is elevating / As the hurt turns into hating / Anticipating all the f---ed up feelings again."

Among and within songs, Korn move seamlessly and dynamically from gentle, spooky, and lushly melodic to a bass-heavy propulsive, explosive musicality. "Embrace" is almost grandiose and Cult-like in its rock drama, in contrast to the punky, straight-up "Wake Up Hate," on which Davis's vocals are especially creepy and Marilyn Manson-like as he rants: "I'm, I'm filthy/ Wasted piece of s--t/ I am disgusting/ Take me away." Untouchables, with its brutal introspection and hints of misogyny, is sure to earn its parental advisory sticker. But the album is still a must-have: 62 minutes of deeply felt, ultra-intense spewings, a tour de force that will strike a chord with fans and critics alike. --Katherine Turman



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