Korn III: Remember Who You Are - Korn

Korn III: Remember Who You Are

Korn

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 2010-07-12
  • Explicitness: cleaned
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 11

  • ℗ 2010 The All Blacks B.V.

Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
Uber-Time Korn 1:28 USD 1.29
2
Oildale (Leave Me Alone) Korn 4:42 USD 1.29
3
Pop a Pill Korn 3:59 USD 1.29
4
Fear Is a Place To Live Korn 3:09 USD 1.29
5
Move On Korn 3:47 USD 1.29
6
Lead the Parade Korn 4:24 USD 1.29
7
Let the Guilt Go Korn 3:56 USD 1.29
8
The Past Korn 5:05 USD 1.29
9
Never Around Korn 5:29 USD 1.29
10
Are You Ready To Live? Korn 3:58 USD 1.29
11
Holding All These Lies Korn 4:38 USD 1.29

Reviews

  • baaaaaagh

    3
    By sidthesquid666
    the point of reviews is to get opinions from evey one and stop getting mad . just because u get mad seeing someone sayig something you dont want to here. by the way ok album . def not there best but ok a couple of good songs
  • Very disappointed

    1
    By Chula19
    When I heard that Ross Robinson was producing this album I said "alleluia" the old korn was coming back! I listened to the tracks no more than a minute each and it hurts to listen to it. I have been a hardcore fan since 95 and have korn tattoos it just seems they are going for a different audience and their music is "popish". I just wish Head and David return to bring the old Korn back. Don't buy the album if you like the old stuff.
  • Why Can't You Remember Who You Are

    2
    By Mr. Hyperbass10
    This album sounds too much like their previous 2 albums, which weren't that great. They've lost their uniqe style. Why...
  • wat happended 2 korn?

    2
    By My Tunes 7
    i am a huge fan and this album is a freaking disipiontment! if u know korn personaly tell them to get old school again and then i will buy a album of theirs!
  • Ok

    5
    By ArchEnemySlipKnotKoRnOtEp
    This album to me is life is peachy meets untouchables. Nothing compares to the first album. Only track I'm not crazy about is lead the parade. Move on is def one of my favorites, as is let the guilt go.
  • Very Angry

    5
    By Kram21
    This album rocks and is very angry. Every song makes me want to beat the crap out of something so the album appears angry to me. This is their best work in awhile. The definition of a band that no longer is angry would be Staind post dysfunction. This is a band who is no longer angry and is clearly in touch with their feelings. I've heard Staind playing in a elevator!!!!!!! Korn will never be that gay to have a song played in a elevator. I saw Staind open for Korn in the 90's but now Staind can open for Barry Manilow. Buy this album. You will not be disappointed. Spend the couple of extra dollars and get the deluxe version. Well worth it.
  • Good.

    4
    By Holydiver94
    @DirtyBird Num 1 Why would you throw away all of the CDs? That's a waste... I think it's an alright album.
  • This album brought me back to Korn

    4
    By Omaha Tom
    The two stand out tracks are "Oildale" and "Let the Guilt Go". For those songs, Korn remembered who they were. It's a good album over all. Korn is Korn. They're range is limited and that's fine. When they just want to jam they're magical. At least they aren't doing "Word Up" anymore.
  • Ok

    3
    By W_rigdon
    Well it is not the best from Korn.
  • I love KoRn

    3
    By MalowerPWNS
    In my opinion, this is the best albums in order.. 1-take a look in the mirror 2-issues 3-see you on the other side 4-07 album 5-untouchables 6-KoRn III 7-life is peachy 8-KoRn (first album.) So, to me, this isn't the best of their albums. A bit too mainstream for me. Original KoRn? I don't think so.

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