Aug 13, 2014Heavy and groovy songs. Jonathan wrote more political stuff in this album and some pornography but I still love the album one of my favs. TheHeavy and groovy songs. Jonathan wrote more political stuff in this album and some pornography but I still love the album one of my favs. The songs were more creepier like the beginning of the songs, there were whispers and growls I don't know things like that and still fits in KoRn.… Expand
JayBDec 30, 2005goodness.
MattEMar 7, 2006It took a little time to warm up to it, but now that I have I love it! Good job KoRn!!!
DenisODec 12, 2005The new KoRn sound is stunning...something i have been waiting 4, for a long time.
TimJDec 23, 2005One of the greatest albums of 2005. Thank god for Korn, what would we do without them. Almost every single song on the album is amazing, with One of the greatest albums of 2005. Thank god for Korn, what would we do without them. Almost every single song on the album is amazing, with the exception of "10 or a 2-way". Songs like "Souvenir", "For No One", "Open Up", and "Tearjerker" are amazing in every aspect of the word. They are evolving in the right direction and I love them for it.… Expand
FrankBJun 18, 2006Good stuff from an underrated band who spawned an underrated genre. Although not as great as "Untouchables" or their self-titled debut, it Good stuff from an underrated band who spawned an underrated genre. Although not as great as "Untouchables" or their self-titled debut, it beats the snot out of the lame, generic "Take a Look In the Mirror" Jonathin explores some new topics sometimes with success ("Hypocrites") and sometimes with failure (some of the icky sex tracks) But the hooks are heavy yet at the same time incorperate an accessible melodic pop sensibility. "Twisted Transistor" balls-out rocks, while "Throw Me Away" is one of the prettiest goth songs Korn has done in a while. Not too shabby. Nu Metal-heads, rejoice.… Expand
Rycardo.Feb 10, 2006What is this?? Music??? Let me laugh....
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