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Follow The Leader Explicit Lyrics


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  • Audio CD (Aug. 18 1998)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Sony Music Canada
  • ASIN: B000009QOR
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,064 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #13,045 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. It's On
2. Freak on a Leash
3. Got the Life
4. Dead Bodies Everywhere
5. Children Of The Korn (with Ice Cube)
6. B.B.K.
7. Pretty
8. All in the Family (with Fred Durst)
9. Reclaim my Place
10. Justin
11. Seed
12. Cameltosis (with Tre Hardson)
13. My Gift to You

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Review

...This is a mix of the comic, the disparate, and the desperate. -- Entertainment Weekly

Overall, this is a record that taps a sort of free-floating, mall-rat angst that is both insular and small-minded.… -- The Los Angeles Times

Power chord exercises like "Freak on a Leash," "Reclaim My Place" and "It's On" epitomize the band's volatile fusion of funky hip-hop, metallic rock and scream therapy. -- USA Today

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Love 'em or despise 'em, you've got to give Korn props for kick-starting a new metal movement that blends aggressive hip-hop rhythms with roaring hate-metal riffs. In the wake of the band's 1994 debut, many like-minded groups cropped up, including Deftones, Snot, and Limp Bizkit. But with the release of Korn's disappointing 1996 sophomore effort, Life Is Peachy, the imitators seemed likely to usurp the innovators. Maybe that's why Follow the Leader is so crafty and inspired. Instead of continuing on cruise control, Korn have diversified their formula, experimenting with mood and dynamics while intensifying their melody and noise thresholds. "Got the Life" blends a seductive disco beat and vocals reminiscent of "Epic"-era Faith No More with oppressive guitar chimes and squawks. "Children of the Korn" features a propulsive rap beat, throbbing bass lines, and angry guest vocals by Ice Cube. But just when Korn's groovin' psychedelic fury starts to make listeners see red, the band lashes out with "All in the Family," a hilarious rap-metal diss-fest duet with Limp Bizkit's Fred Durst, that proves Korn are much more than the sum of their rage. --Jon Wiederhorn

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Matt Daigle on July 15 2004
Format: Audio CD
This was the second CD that I got of Korn's (after Untouchables). I've read lots of reviews of this CD and not too many of them were really positive. Most of them were complaining about how they have CHANGED. A word that has been popping up a lot in the music world. Change.
Well, I, for one, am all for change. I except it. That's why Follow The Leader is one of my favorite albums by Korn. It has a strange pop vibe to it, such as in songs like Got The Life and Freak On A Leash. There's even a few rap songs on the album, like in "Children Of The Korn" and "All In The Family".
However, Korn doesn't just dump their metal sound. It's all still there. Even though Korn changed doesn't mean that they are a terrible band now. They still have rocking tunes and great guitar.
If you like Korn, definatly buy this CD, despite all the crap that people are saying about it. It's a great Korn album to have in a CD collection.
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"Follow The Leader" is the first Korn CD I ever bought. It's the CD that got me interested in them, and even though it's now my least favorite Korn album (with their self-titled debut as my all time favorite), it's still pretty good. There are a lot of killer tracks on here, but there are also a few that just suck. The songs and my reviews for each are:
1-12 are silence: What's with this? Each of the first 12 tracks are each just five seconds of silence. Hitting the skip button 12 times is tiring. It would have been much better if this was at the end.
13) It's On (10/10): A good opener (if you don't count the 12 silent tracks). Nice opening guitar riff and lyrics.
14) Freak On A Leash (10/10): My favorite Korn song EVER! This is the first song from Korn I ever heard, and it remains my favorite. The entire song is great, and it gets even better at the 3 minute point when it becomes really heavy.
15) Got The Life (9/10): This song never gets boring. Great drumming throughout the entire thing.
16) Dead Bodies Everywhere (10/10): Another great song. The guitars are amazing. My second favorite song on the CD.
17) Children of the Korn (1/10): This song is alright for about the first minute, and then it just goes downhill from there.
18) B.B.K. (8/10): A good song with great vocals. A great chorus as well.
19) Pretty (8/10): Another good one. This song is really creepy. I like towards the end when it gets much heavier.
20) All In The Family (2/10): This song is pretty pointless. It's just Jon and Fred Durst dissing eachother. It gets old really fast. The only reason I gave this song two stars is because the opening guitar riff is really good.
21) Reclaim My Place (7/10): I just never really liked this song for some reason.
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Format: Audio CD
...and for good reason. Korn stays heavy as in the first two albums, yet here takes the experimental route with the funk and rap. Adding Ice Cube and Fred Durst adds to the diversity this album brings and the result is a classic of an album. Follow The Leader was the first Korn album I ever owned or heard and I have always been amazed at Korn's style. The amazing guitar riffs, drumwork and of course Jon Davis' vocals set Korn apart from the nu-metal crowd. Korn is much more than just a nu-metal band, they truly care about the music and the fans and that is what maks them so good. I own all of Korn's albums, and I would say this is my favorite of them all. Among my favorite cuts are Freak on a Leash (greatest Korn song/video ever), Dead Bodies Everywhere, Reclaim My Place and Seed. But the album as a whole flows well and there isn't a boring or thoughtless song to be found. This is one of those albums you can leave on the whole way through without skipping any tracks. I know that a lot of people will not agree that this is Korn's best album, and though it is my favorite I don't necessarily think it is their best work. Every Korn album has something unique to bring and each is equally brilliant in my opinion. Follow The Leader is definately a great album of its time and one of my favorites of anything of anytime. It stays dark and heavy throughout, and what more could you ask for from Korn?
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Format: Audio CD
Mr. Saddo summed up the album pretty well. It becomes tedious after a few listens, as catchy as it may seem at first. Freak on a Leash and Got The Life only serve the purpose of having flashy music videos to sell the band (which they did). The guest apperances are less then memorable with lame rapping from Ice Cube on Children of the Korn and Tre Hardson on Cameltosis. All In The Family is supposed to be some kind of joke, but it's really not that funny, moreso just a song about fart jokes.
The album has a few diamonds in the rough with memorable performances on It's On, Pretty, and My Gift To You. Other decent tracks include Dead Bodies Everywhere, and the song which should have negated Freak on a Leash from being on the album and taken its place, Seed.
All in all, it's a mediocre effort, that after a few listens sounds like one really long song (and that's not a good thing). In my opinion this album marks the beginning of Korn's downfall. Truthfully, Life is Peachy is weaker than Follow the Leader, but that's purely because it sounded exactly like Korn's self titled debut, although some people liked that.
The third star is for their innovation. Despite the overall weak performance, at least it didn't sound like the previous albums.
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