Korn - Korn

Korn

Korn

  • Genre: Hard Rock
  • Release Date: 1994-10-11
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 12

  • ℗ 1994 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
Blind Korn 4:18 USD 1.29
2
Ball Tongue Korn 4:28 USD 1.29
3
Need To Korn 4:01 USD 1.29
4
Clown Korn 4:36 USD 1.29
5
Divine Korn 2:50 USD 1.29
6
Faget Korn 5:49 USD 1.29
7
Shoots and Ladders Korn 5:22 USD 1.29
8
Predictable Korn 4:32 USD 1.29
9
Fake Korn 4:51 USD 1.29
10
Lies Korn 3:22 USD 1.29
11
Helmet in the Bush Korn 4:02 USD 1.29
12
Daddy Korn 17:30 USD Album Only

Reviews

  • Clean 🧼 Version please

    5
    By yyyyyyooggj
    Can someone make a clean version of this album
  • YESSSSSSSSSS 🤘🏽😈🤘🏽

    5
    By im a bannana 534748
    I absolutely love this so much. It’s creepy cool and the songs are a BANGER. These guys are so good at making music my personal fave song by them is clown it reminds me of it
  • Bro

    5
    By dudjfndj
    This is a golden album. Very disturbing and unsettling at times but it is just so raw and so real and doesn’t hold back at all. You can almost feel the pain of what Johnathan Davis has been through. Truely remarkable. Just the anger and heart in this album is so good. Honestly a 10/10 for me.
  • The One That Started A Movement

    5
    By Anotcouchpotato
    The title says it all, but to go more in-depth, in the mid-1990’s rock was predicted to be dead soon. The opening words in the booklet in Greatest Hits, Vol. 1 quoted that “everything has been done”. The KoRn came along, and with it a whole new sub-genre. Whereas Follow The Leader made them a household name, their self-titled debut is where a new name in metal was born. KoRn’s first album saw a Bakersfield, California group bring back tuned-downed 7-stringed guitars and a heavy sound that infused elements of funk, rap and metal - the likes that have never been seen before. When frontman Johnathon Davis yells “Are You Ready?!”, that signaled a new era in music. Lyricly, themes of pain, drug abuse, and God knows what else ran through as what would be a running theme in later albums. The song “Shoots And Ladders” calls out nursery rhymes for what they are - dark and twisted (“Hidden violence revealed / Darkness that seems real / Look at the pages, they cause all this evil”). In summary, KoRn’s debut will always be one I treasure, with its thrashing sound and themes that bore into the psyche. Highly recommended.
  • Korn

    5
    By korn is the best 456678
    I think is the best songs I just started listening to korn after I went to a concert up in Cleveland and it was awesome
  • Korn

    5
    By Capitalism and Freedom
    Korn did an amazing job with this album, and this album has a great flow. Every track on this album is good, and I could listen to it again and again.
  • Daddy

    5
    By Great so Far!!!
    The reason why daddy is album only is because they were really emotional about this song
  • Essential Metal Album

    5
    By Game Delivers
    This album simply changed the Metal genre in my opinion. For me its an album that I will never get tired of. David Silveria's drumming on this record is legendary. He brings a never before heard underground style of drumming to this album. Heavy lead and bass guitar riffs from Welch/Shaffer and Arvizu are consistent through the entire record. Jonathan Davis adds deep lyrics and emotion on top of it. Great music to listen to if you have pent up anger or frustration.
  • Heavy

    5
    By Apc rules
    This is Korn’s heaviest album. JD does his best vocal performance on this album. A metal classic and I’m not even a fan of Korn.
  • [email protected] Korn!!!

    1
    By stan_1978
    I know this is where it all started but as a Helmet fan I felt robbed by this. For me Helmet and Pantera were logical next steps to Metal. Korn mocked all that and ripped off the scene. And mall core? Nu metal? Come on. Just because you stole the rap rock idea from the likes of Faith No More don’t make you innovative.

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