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    Default Korn's Greatest Hits...

    Who has this CD?

    It has Korn's cover of PF's the Wall

    And Cameo's Word Up...

    I want these two songs, but I dont need the CD......

    hehe..
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    Thanks Airplay...

    Everyone... these are two AWESOME covers...you must check them out...
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    Yall wanna single? Say *^#$ that!

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    Originally posted by Vr3MxStyler2k3
    Thanks Airplay...

    Everyone... these are two AWESOME covers...you must check them out...
    you can't honestly like the cover of The Wall. If you do, you have no respect for the original. Sorry but that's probably the absolute worst cover I've heard of any song; not only saying phenominal classics like The Wall. Hell, the song was absolutely perfect before Korn went and brutally murdered it in it's sleep.

    The other day, a buddy at work was using the real song as a demo and when it started, this 17-18yr. old kid was like "Hell yeah, Korn..." My buddy turned to him and said "You've got to be kidding me." The kid's dad looked like he wanted to shoot him. It was classic yet so scary for mankind. Why must we take big honking ****s on masterpieces? I wanna fingerpaint the monalisa and call it art.
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    I've heard both versions, and I like them both.

    I just like the darker sound of Korn...

    And I definetely like the remake of Word Up...

    Did yall know Korn's lead guitarist quit?

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    cover songs by other muscians rarely if ever works. period.

    Esp the Wall. It's a classic and will always be tied to PF. KORN shouldn't mess with stuff like that. It's wrong.

    KORN, gimmee a break. I'd rather have Weird Al do it instead.

    the ONLY reason bands do cover songs is because they can't write anything on their own.
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    Not many kids listen to Pink Floyd...

    Alot of kids listen to Korn...

    This is a way to share a great song with kids...

    Get over it.

    And BTW - Korn has written 6 hit CDs...they ARE a successful band...
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    hey. don't tell me to get over it.

    today kids as you stated, listen to KORN and not PF.

    Not saying that PF is the only good band out there. but c'mon, some kids just have no respect for the masters of music if you will.

    Seriously, 20+ yrs from now.. are you going to request the Wall by KORN on the radio? The Wall still gets plenty of airplay. It's a classic. This is music that will live on forever. It's in some cases one of a kind music.

    If KORN wants to do cover songs.. they can have the entire catalog of Celine Dion AND Britney Spears. :p
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    I think Korn could "Genie In A Bottle" yuck... LOL

    I agree, but Korn will still live on even after their gone... they are a big band with a huge fan base...
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    Pink Floyd are a good band but so is Korn.

    I got the Cd and I like it alot.

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    That Korn CD is great for working out your subs too.

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    I was playing Led Zepplin's Kashmire & my roommate asked me if I could turn down my puff daddy, pretty sad.

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    Originally posted by Meeks32
    I was playing Led Zepplin's Kashmire & my roommate asked me if I could turn down my puff daddy, pretty sad.
    LMAO!:D

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    Was at the keyboard today - and some kid asked me "yo, can you play "behind blue eyes" from Limp Bizket?

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    Originally posted by PolkThug
    That Korn CD is great for working out your subs too.
    Thats an understatement man...

    I've hit upwards of 120 db with Korn songs...
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    Originally posted by Meeks32
    I was playing Led Zepplin's Kashmire & my roommate asked me if I could turn down my puff daddy, pretty sad.
    LMAO!!!

    Very sad indeed!

    The bands from yesteryear should ban modern groups from covering their hits. When I saw Puff Daddy with Jimmy Page on Saturday Night Live years back doing that "Kashmir" song, I jsut looked at Jimmy Page and said...Sellout!

    Don't give me this artistic impression BS...it's a sellout for $$$$!

    John Bonham most likely rolled over twice in his grave from that butchering.


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    Originally posted by john d. strong
    Korn....BAHHHHHHHH
    NO S***!!! Sheep I tell you... sheep.
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    I listen to Pink Floyd... infact I own Darkside of the moon, momentary lapse of reason, the wall and wish you were here along with a big black fabric pf banner with the dsotm prism on it.. :D (still need to add some more of their albums to my collection of cds)

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    Default Word up!

    Ok. I spoke to soon. A friend made me a compilation CD.. and one of the songs included on the CD was.. Word Up by Korn.

    I gotta say it's not half bad. Close enough to the original that it's listenable to my ears. I'm not changing my stand. and i'll never been a Korn fan.. but i was mildly impressed with their remake of the song.
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    Originally posted by Vr3MxStyler2k3
    Not many kids listen to Pink Floyd...

    Alot of kids listen to Korn...

    This is a way to share a great song with kids...

    Get over it.

    And BTW - Korn has written 6 hit CDs...they ARE a successful band...
    I count 20 different kids a day in a DSOTM shirt everyday at my school, Korn - 0.

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    I haven't heard Korn that I know of but I DO know that what passes for talent in today's music industry isn't even in the same area code as much of the talent of 20-30 years ago.

    Where are the Eric Clapton's, Rolling Stones, Led Zep's, PF's etc etc??

    Bunch of no talent ass clowns.

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    The Korn songs I like the best, I've never heard on the radio. Their riffs are very bass guitar heavy, so you need "mains that blend seamlessly with the sub." lol

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    I ordered the Korn CD, along with my latest batch of music. Looking forward to giving it a spin. The track listing isn't what I thought it would be, I figured it would have some more of thier earlier work that I'm familar with.

    Should be here in a couple days.

    I agree Troy, lots of no-talent ac's out there today. But then again, how many times can I listen to the SAME **** OVER and OVER. I find some of the 'newer' stuff refreshing, if sometimes just for the fact its something DIFFERENT.

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    Originally posted by TroyD
    Bunch of no talent ass clowns.
    It seems like it, but you just have to look around really carefully. The new groups just don't get played 30 times a day on the radio.

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    My favorite CDs from Korn have to be Issues, Untouchables, And Take a Look in the mirror...

    Their latest CD (take a look in the mirror) really goes back to their roots... none of this rock BS...nothing but metal, foul language (lol), and heavy guitar riffs...
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    haha it's funny you say that because Follow The Leader was ok but that was the death of Korn IMO. everything since just doesn't seem to be them anymore. They've started to travel the violent road and although that can be cool, it just has never really set well with me coming from Korn. Not to mention (again), since I heard the Wall cover, I lost 98% of my respect for them.
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    I agree Troy, lots of no-talent ac's out there today. But then again, how many times can I listen to the SAME **** OVER and OVER. I find some of the 'newer' stuff refreshing, if sometimes just for the fact its something DIFFERENT.
    I also agree with this. It's so hard to get a good cd today. But I don't give up. Todays music , rock that is , seems to have some good and alot of bad. I buy there cd's and one out of 3 or 4 are keepers.

    heres some good ones to try.

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    Crossfades CD is awesome...nothing else to say about it than that...

    Who said Follow The Leader was good?

    FWIW - Korn has a VERY large fan base...fall of Korn - maybe to you...
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    Originally posted by Vr3MxStyler2k3
    FWIW - Korn has a VERY large fan base...fall of Korn - maybe to you...
    that is what I was talking about... it was the death of Korn to me, and going by all my friends at work, they seem to agree. But we're also all 24 and older. Only the younger crowd likes the newer Korn and not the older. It's a generational thing.
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    Old Korn is some good stuff; new Korn is Krap. Half the songs on the greatest hits CD shouldn't be there.

    I'd consider myself a fan of Korn. I have all there CDs, the live concert DVD, and I've been to see them live 4 times. If you want a good concert DVD, get the Korn concert DVD its got lots of older stuff on there.

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