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Combining the stop-start rhythms of Helmet, the hip-hop assault of Rage Against the Machine and the brooding vocals of Faith No More, Bakersfield, California band Korn concocted a golden formula that would reanimate the dormant corpse of heavy metal. The band's self-titled debut is a teenage-fantasy-endorphin-rush--a subversive noisefest as angry and hostile as Slayer but with a propulsive groove perfect for skateboarding, vandalism, or jumping up and down until you're nauseous. Songs like "Blind," "Clown," and "Shoots and Ladders" blend dark, bleak riffs with head-spinning guitar effects and scream-and-response choruses. But even at their most vitriolic, Korn imbue their blustery music with a cathartic element of fun. --Jon Wiederhorn
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They came up with a new sound, a new attitude and it was fun and refreshing. The way the singer crawls his lyrics in there, the way the bass hits (huge V-shape sound, pretty unique for the time).
They are still doing great stuff, but this one is a must.
This is such a classic that they played the whole album from start to end on their last tour last year about 20 years later.
Blind, the first track is a classic, and a crowd trasher and energizer for sure. And Shoots and Ladders is another great song showing the energy and raw emotion of the band.
Here are the best songs:
Blind- great opener and hit that started it all. Are u ready?
Clown- great guitars and overall kick ass song
Divine- great chorus and vocals and overall just awesome, possibly my favorite along with clown
Shoots and Ladders-nice change with the bagpipes, and i love the end with the thrashing guitars and drums
the other songs are all very good too, but i just mentioned these few because they are just awesome
Overall: this is a great cd with almost no flaws, that started a revolution in music ,new metal, too bad present day stuff isnt as good as this.
Buy this cd it is a classic!
Their debut cd named "Korn" was released in 1994. It is great in every way. The songs have awesome guitar, vocals, and drumming. Anyone that's a fan of metal will like this group and the cd.
7-Shoots and Ladders-10/10
11-Helmet In the Bush-9/10
OVERALL - 114/120 95%
Korn will remain my favorite group of all time no matter how good or bad they get.
There are no weakness on this cd, despite what people say, unlike Untouchables, this is cd that you will forever treasure.
Blind - 9/10 A little slow for my taste but the changes in vocals for Jon are very well done. Goes from a spoken word to angst singing. Gives a lot of depth to his songs.
Ball Tongue - 9/10 Energy for you. Love his singing-through-clenched-teeth sound. Also like the scatty-type vocals in the chorus.
Need To - 9/10 Energy is great and I love the rasp of Jon's vocals. Love the drums and the emotion near the last 1/3rd of the song. Clench teeth again. Mmm!
Clown - 10/10 Love the fact that they left the pre-song practice in the track. Fun 45 seconds of hearing the band speak out how the song is going to be played. Afterwards, I just JAM on the chorus of this song. Easily one of my favorites.
Divine - 10/10 Energy!! Faster lyrics, faster beat, driving drums. Vocals go from full-voice to the softer spoken chorus. Good mix. Good drum beat and vocals that sound like a threat in middle of song before the filler comes in and vocals return to fuller power.
Faget - 10/10 AWWWWWWW shyyyyyyyit!! LOVE the beginning drum beat. A little more medium-paced but good vocal power and great drums during vocals.
Shoots and Ladders - 10/10 Great intro with bagpipes (!) which Jon knows how to play. A cutie little song making a play on different nursery rhymes. Anytime you can make a song like this you know you have talent. Bagpipes, nu-metal music, and nursery rhymes with some heavy breathing for good measure. Heavy guitar riffs add to the appeal of this song. Even some scat-sounding vocals in the chorus.
Predictable - 6/10 Song never quite grabbed me.Read more ›
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The whole cd case was scratched up and the inside where the disc clicks in was shattered so now the cd just slides around getting scratchedPublished 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
Ever since this thing came out in 1994, I've always hated it. Back then, I was just a kid and had no idea why. Read morePublished on July 13 2004 by MasterShake
I don't really understand the hype behind this album. I hear the fans shout about how angst-filled and heavy this album is, but it just sounds so forced and tame. Read morePublished on July 13 2004 by The_Thing
Korn's self-titled is an excellent debut album, rivaled only by, in my opinion, Queens of the Stone Age's debut. This is my favorite Korn album. Read morePublished on July 9 2004 by Chadwick