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Korn - Take A Look In The Mirror mp3

Korn - Take A Look In The Mirror mp3 Performer: Korn
Album: Take A Look In The Mirror
Country: South Korea
Released: 2003
Style: Nu Metal
Label: Immortal Records
Genre: Rock
Catalog #: CPK - 3108
Size MP3: 2323 mb.
Rating: 4.6/5
Votes: 908
Record Source: CD, Album, Digipak DVD All Media, Digipak




Tracklist


1Let's Do This Now3:18
2Y'All Want A Single3:17
3The Untouchables 2002 Tour
Other [Director & Editor] – Eric Brown
4Here It Comes Again3:33
5Did My Time4:04
6 Bonus DVD Features 30:00
7Right Now3:09
8Korn Kut Up
Other [Editor] – Bill Yukich / Gotham
9Deep Inside2:46
10When Will This End14:23
11Alive4:30
12Play Me
Featuring – NasSongwriter – N. Jones
3:21
13Counting On Me4:49
14I'm Done
Programmed By – Polarbear
3:23
15One (Live)
16Everything I've Known3:34
17Break Some Off2:35
18Right Now Mirror Mix Video
Other [Director Of Animation] – Vello Virkhaus / V Squared Labs, Inc.Other [Director] – Nathan CoxOther [Editor] – Ken Mowe / Gotham


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
EK 90851Korn Take A Look In The Mirror ‎(CD, Album, S/Edition + DVD, S/Edition, NTSC + S/Ed)Epic, Immortal Records EK 90851US2003
513325 0Korn Take A Look In The Mirror ‎(CD, Album)Sony Music Entertainment (RUS), Epic, X-cellent513325 0Russia2003
19075843991Korn Take A Look In The Mirror ‎(2xLP, Album, RE)Epic/Sony Records19075843991Europe2018
513325 4Korn Take A Look In The Mirror ‎(Cass, Album, RE)Epic, Immortal Records 513325 4Russia2003
5134403000Korn Take A Look In The Mirror ‎(CD, Album + DVD-V, PAL + Ltd, Dig)Epic, Immortal Records 5134403000Australia2003


Credits


  • Art DirectionBrandy Flower, Doug Erb
  • Artwork [Mirror Art]Bauda Design Lab
  • BassDog
  • DrumsWally Balljacker
  • Edited By [Digitally Edited For Marcussen Mastering]Louie Teran
  • Edited By [Nuendo Digital Editing]Fred Maher, Rob Hill
  • Engineer [Additional]Tim Harkins
  • GuitarSir Headly, James The Gorilla
  • Mastered ByStephen Marcussen
  • Other [Exclusive Management] – Firm, The
  • Photography ByMarina Chavez, Mitch Ikeda
  • ProducerJonathan Davis, Korn
  • Producer [Additional], Recorded By, Mixed ByFrank Filipetti
  • Recorded By [Assistant], Mixed By [Assistant]Darren Frank, Jesse Gorman
  • Recorded By [Assistant], Mixed By [Assistant], Engineer [Additional]Jim "Bud" Monti
  • SongwriterKorn
  • VocalsJonathan Davis


Album


Album Selection - IssuesTake A Look In The Mirror. SME от лица компании Legacy Recordings BMG Rights Management US, LLC, UMPG Publishing, ARESA, CMRRA, LatinAutor, Abramus Digital и другие авторские общества 10. Here It Comes Again. Take a Look in the Mirror is the sixth studio album by American nu metal band Korn. Released on November 21, 2003 through Epic Records, it is the last Korn studio album to feature their full original lineup, as their original guitarist Brian Head Welch left the band in February 2005 until his return in 2013 with the release of their 2013 album The Paradigm Shift. Original Drummer David Silveria also left Korn before the end of 2006 after the release of their next album See You on the Other Side. Take a Look in the Mirror is the sixth album by the nu metal band Korn. It is the last studio album to feature the original lineup of Korn. The album debuted at 19 and peaked at 9, due to the release date of the album being pushed up to a Friday, with less sales than if it was released on the standard its songs, Did My Time was previously released as a CD single for the movie Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life, and Right Now was accompanied by a provocative cartoon video. Listen free to Korn Take a Look in the Mirror Right Now, Break Some Off and more. 13 tracks 46:15. Take A Look In the Mirror is the sixth album by the Nu metal band Korn. 19 November 2003. The album debuted at 19 and peaked at 9, due to the release date of the album being pushed up to a Friday, with fewer sales than if it was released on the standard its songs, Did My Time was previously released as a CD single for the movie Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life, and Right Now was. Alternative Metal Nu-Metal. В отличие от более мелодичного звука их предыдущего альбома Untouchables, Take A Look In The Mirror ознаменовал собой попытку Korn вернуться к более агрессивному звуку их ранних альбомов. В буклете, который прилагался к альбому, все музыканты группы за исключением Джонатана подписаны другими именами. Songs in album Korn - Take A Look In The Mirror 2003. Korn - Right Now Unavailable. Having spent nearly two years working on their 2002 album Untouchables with perfectionist producer Michael Beinhorn, Korn decided they wanted to bang out their sixth studio album, 2003s Take a Look in the Mirror, quickly and rely more on the impulse and spontaneity that inspired them in the early years of their career. Before that. Album 2003 13 Songs. Music Videos. Y'all Want a Single. Did My Time. Right Now. Everything I've Known. In 2015, Jonathan Davis chose Take A Look In The Mirror as his least favorite Korn album: This record, we wrote a bunch of it while we were on the road in Europe. It was the first record we self-produced and recorded at my house. Head was really messed up at the time, and we were reacting to Untouchables where we did something raw or different, but it didnt work for me. I think its still a good record, like theres some cool shit on it and I still listen to it occasionally, but yeah definitely my least favorite at the time we just werent thinking right. I dont connect to that record. Bands Korn Take A Look In The Mirror. Korn - Take A Look In The Mirror 2003. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. Just short of a decade into their incredibly successful and influential career, Korn went into Take a Look in the Mirror publicly stating their hopes to record a fresh-sounding album, a seemingly simple task that they somewhat ended up accomplishing. They needed a fresh album - one that differed from their past couple, the similar-sounding Issues 1999 and Untouchables 2001, yet at the same time wouldn't alienate their notoriously fickle nu-metal fan base


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