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Life Is Peachy

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Korn 10/15/1996

Review

With their second album, Life Is Peachy, Korn have enhanced their metallic influences, delving deeper into murky sonic textures and grinding, menacing rhythms straight out of underground black metal. Korn add enough elements of alternative rock song structure to make the music accessible to the masses, and their songwriting has continued to improve. Nevertheless, the band's main strength is their raging, visceral sound, which is far more memorable and effective than their songs. The riffs might not always catch hold, but the primal guitars and vocals always hit home. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Twist Korn 1:1
  3. 2 Chi Korn 3:56
  4. 3 Lost Korn 2:55
  5. 4 Swallow Korn 3:38
  6. 5 Porno Creep Korn 2:1
  7. 6 Good God Korn 3:21
  8. 7 Mr. Rogers Korn 5:6
  9. 8 K@#0%# Korn 3:3
  10. 9 No Place to Hide Korn 3:31
  11. 10 Wicked Korn 3:59
  12. 11 A.D.I.D.A.S. Korn 2:34
  13. 12 Low Rider [Cover] Korn 0:58
  14. 13 Ass Itch Korn 3:40
  15. 14 Kill You Korn 8:37

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