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Korn III: Remember Who You Are [CD] [PA]-Front_Standard

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  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Korn's Worst Album

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    Stratocaster420

    I was disappointed in this album. I know Jonathan wanted to keep it simple. I know it is not layered up. It's just that when they do layer it up they sound way better. Like the Untouchables album and Take a look in the mirror, and see you on the other side, follow the leader, and definitely their first album. Those were great album's, even issues wasn't too shabby. I just wish Jonathan felt better, and made a great album this time. I mean it is 2010, please deliver, who knows how much time is left in the world. I am not going to give it a 1 star though, because it's not total trash, but it makes me not want to go to the concert. How in the world can he do this live??? You have to play it over and over and over again. Phew. Please Jonathan come out with another album soon, and make it legendary. It's like Korn didn't try hard enough on this album. I do know it is hard to write any kind of music, because it takes work period. I do understand where you came from with this album, it's about how you felt, i do feel that rawness, but i had to listen to it twice to understand.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Best Korn to Date

    Posted
    Leafeye

    Ppl trashing this album seem to not understand musical evolution. True artists inspire other artisits (see rap-metal wave, early ninties) as well as constantly strive for musical perfection, not what sells. With "Remember Who You Are," Korn has done just that. Personally, the first listen of "Pop A Pill" raised the hairs on my neck. The album is absolutely awesome, very raw and passionate, and delightfully bass and drum heavy. Ray Luzier (new trap set extrodinaire) is at the pinnacle of drumming. David Silveria will keeping making sushi and never play with Korn again. GO BUY IT ALREADY.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    Just keeps getting worse and worse

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    soothsayer

    It seems that korn just seems to get worse and worse every album. Don't get me wrong I love their first two albums, but after that I feel it all kind of went to S**t. I mean the 3rd was tollerable. But the forth was just awful. The untouchables wasn't far from that either. Now I must say I did kind of like take a look in the mirror, speaking as a metal head. But then they made untitled and that just was awful, just awful. And now this album is just "pethedic" and "Stupid". They really need to go back to doing heavy stuff, cause really, in my opinion, it doesn't sound good with anyone. I think that this is just a series of albums that are gonna keep getting worse and worse, until they realize they need to stick to heavyness.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    awesome album by korn

    Posted
    CyanideTheJudasKissAllNightmareLong101

    great from begining to the very end!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    I would recommend this to a friend