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Untouchables

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Category: Rap Metal

Year: 2002

Label: Epic/Immortal

Catalog Number: EK 61488

Average Rating: 70 / 100 (1 rating)

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Korn Untouchables Album Cover

Personnel
Jonathan Davis Vocals
Fieldy Bass
James Shaffer Guitars
Brian Head Welch Guitars
David Silveria Drums
Tracks
1.  Here To Stay  
2.  Make Believe  
3.  Blame  
4.  Hollow Life  
5.  Bottled Up Inside  
6.  Thoughtless  
7.  Hating  
8.  One More Time  
9.  Alone I Break  
10.  Embrace  
11.  Beat It Upright  
12.  Wake Up Hate  
13.  I'm Hiding  
14.  No One's There  
15.  Here To Stay Remix, Hidden Track  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Metalhead66 Date: October 28, 2004 at 12:20
This is Great,Superb Brilliant Oh..Wait..I was having a Slayer Rein In Blood Flashback ..As for this It Sucks!!

From: eddie Date: March 30, 2005 at 15:39
MetalHead, I'm with ya, dude! SLAYER and other thrash and heavy metal bands are millions times better than this bullshit!

From: Supernaut Date: May 9, 2005 at 14:42
Even though I hate death metal, I would take it over Korn anyday, because there is more talent there....

From: POWERREAL Date: June 13, 2005 at 13:47
KORN ES EL GRUPO MAS MIERDA QUE YO HAYA CONOCIDO, ESTOS NO SON NI SIQUIERA MUSICOS LOS HE MIRADO TOCAR Y NO TE SACAN NI UN BUEN SOLO EN TODA SU DISCOGRAFIA, ESTOS DE KORN NO HACEN MUSICA, HACEN RUIDO, EL RUIDO NO ES MUSICA Y POR LO TANTO NO DEBERIA DE ESTAR AQUI EN UN RINCON DE LA RED DONDE SE HABLA DE MUSICA, LE PONGO A ESTE DISCO -1000 / 10 SI QUIEREN ESCUCHAR BUENA MUSICA, ESCUCHEN HEAVY METAL Y ALGO DE POWER, Y LOS KE ESCUCHAN A KORN, POBRECITOS Y CAMBIEN DE OIDOS Y DE CEREBRO, EN SERIO ¡¡¡

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: November 22, 2022 at 14:56
One of the most distinctive things about Korn, especially on their first couple albums, was that close, claustrophobic production. The music sounded like it was recorded in a tiny, airless room with almost no reverb, with David Silveria's high, clanging piccolo snare and those seven-string riffs drilling into your skull. That sound really heightened the sense of dysfunction and paranoia that was so much a part of the band. On Untouchables, the sound is much bigger and more spacious, and as a result, Korn sounds a lot less unique. Also, there's no rapping at all, and even Jonathan's staccato, off-kilter vocal phrasing is dialed back in favor of him trying to actually sing—which, at this point, he is just not very good at. I liked the first single "Here To Stay" when it first came out, and maybe a couple other songs, and while I've come to appreciate the band's first few albums as the '90's get ever smaller in the rearview, Untouchables is where I get off the train. Oddly, their most rec


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