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Korn: Who Then Now? (1997)

Video  -  Short | Documentary | Music  -  3 March 1997 (UK)
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A video documenting the process of Korn recording their Life is peachy album, complete with videos for Blind, Shoots & Ladders, Clown and Faget.

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Korn-U-Kopia!!!!
18 February 2001 | by (London Borough of Croydon) – See all my reviews

So it may be the typical band home video, but it's a must for any Korn fans out there.

We have the videos for Blind, Shots & Ladders, Clown and Faget for starters, Clown being a quality video, and Blind still the standout track of their career. We also have them rehearsing/recording tracks from Life is Peachy (Good God and Wicked-complete with Chino Moreno-being most obvious), and a few other tracks speckled through to keep the interest.

Also, there is a lot of footage of the band spends just hanging around the studio, quite often drunk (Fieldy staggering up to the camera is one image that I'll never forget), as well as celebrating Head's birthday, which leads to the recording of Lowrider.

An interview with Ross Robinson-as opposed to the band trying to avoid giving one, numerous theories to the origin of the name, footage from their third gig ever fill out the 42 minutes.

Until the next home video comes out, as good a document to the workings of the Bakersfield 5-piece as you could get.


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