korn - hater

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258 plays Magnetic Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross The Social Network Soundtrack

fuckyeahatticusross:

Magnetic - Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross

A reworking of “14 Ghosts II” from Nine Inch Nails’ 2008 release Ghosts I-IV, for the Oscar-winning The Social Network Soundtrack.

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Korn - Hater (New live video)

You can’t bring me down
Already had my life turned upside down
I write it down then spiral round and round
But I keep flying
I keep fighting
You won’t ever bring me down

I’m good, I’m fine
This life’s divine
No hate, no shame
No one to blame
You might despise
Your life with lies
I won’t chastise
Even if you think you can

Bring me down
Already had my life turned upside down
I write it down then spiral round and round
But I keep flying
I keep fighting
you won’t ever bring me

Down
You won’t ever bring me
Down
You won’t ever bring me

I can’t escape from the disdain
Your heart, your pain
Your trauma is lame
Why can’t you find
Some peace inside?
I won’t chastise
Even when you think you can

Bring me down
Already had my life turned upside down
I write it down then spiral round and round
But I keep flying
I keep fighting
you won’t ever bring me

Down
You won’t ever bring me
Down
You won’t ever bring me

Hater
Hater

I’m good, I’m fine
This life’s divine
No hate, no shame
No one to blame
Why can’t you find
some peace inside?

Hater

You can’t bring me down
Already had my life turned upside down
I write it down then spiral round and round
But I keep flying
I keep fighting
you won’t ever bring me down

Hater
You won’t ever bring me down
Hater
You won’t ever bring me down
Hater
Cuz I keep flying
I keep fighting
You won’t ever bring me

Down
You won’t ever bring me
Down
You won’t ever bring me
Down
You won’t ever bring me
Down
You won’t ever bring me down

127 plays Politics Korn See You On The Other Side

imbleedingout:

Korn-Politics

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albumaddict41:

Pink Floyd - The Wall (Part 1 & 2)

1. “In the Flesh?" 3:16 
2. “The Thin Ice" 2:27 
3. “Another Brick in the Wall Part 1" 3:21 
4. “The Happiest Days of Our Lives" 1:46 
5. “Another Brick in the Wall Part 2"  3:59 
6. “Mother" 5:32 
7. “Goodbye Blue Sky" 2:45 
8. “Empty Spaces"  2:10 
9. “Young Lust" 3:25 
10. “One of My Turns" 3:41 
11. “Don’t Leave Me Now" 4:08 
12. “Another Brick in the Wall Part 3" 1:48 
13. “Goodbye Cruel World" 0:48 

1. “Hey You" 4:40 
2. “Is There Anybody Out There?" 2:44 
3. “Nobody Home" 3:26 
4. “Vera"  1:35 
5. “Bring the Boys Back Home" 1:21 
6. “Comfortably Numb"   6:23 
7. “The Show Must Go On" 1:36 
8. “In the Flesh"  4:15 
9. “Run Like Hell" 4:20 
10. “Waiting for the Worms"  4:04 
11. “Stop" 0:39 
12. “The Trial"  5:13 
13. “Outside the Wall" 1:41

The Wall is the eleventh album by the English progressive rock group Pink Floyd. Released as a double album on 30 November 1979, it was subsequently performed live with elaborate theatrical effects, and adapted into a feature film, Pink Floyd – The Wall.

As with Pink Floyd’s previous three LPs, The Wall is a concept album and deals largely with themes of abandonment and personal isolation. It was first conceived during their 1977 In the Flesh Tour, when bassist and lyricist Roger Waters's frustration with the perceived boorishness of the spectators became so acute that he imagined building a wall between the performers and audience. The album is a rock opera that centres on Pink, a character Waters modelled after himself, with some aspects based on the band’s original leader, Syd Barrett. Pink’s life experiences begin with the loss of his father during the Second World War, and continue with ridicule and abuse from his schoolteachers, an overprotective mother and finally, the breakdown of his marriage. All contribute to his eventual self-imposed isolation from society, represented by a metaphorical wall.

The Wall features a notably harsher and more theatrical style than Pink Floyd’s previous releases. Keyboardist Richard Wright left the band during the album’s production but remained as a salaried musician, performing with Pink Floyd during The Wall Tour. Commercially successful upon its release, the album was one of the best selling of 1980, and by 1999 it had sold over 23 million RIAA certified units (11.5 million albums) in the United States. Rolling Stone magazine placed The Wall at number 87 on its list of The 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.


Our Lady Peace - Won’t Turn Back


albumaddict41:

Deftones - White Pony

1. “Feiticeira”   3:09 
2. “Digital Bath"   4:15 
3. “Elite"   4:01 
4. “Rx Queen”   4:27 
5. “Street Carp”   2:41 
6. “Teenager”   3:20 
7. “Knife Prty”   4:49 
8. “Korea”   3:23 
9. “Passenger” (featuring Maynard James Keenan) 6:08 
10. “Change (In the House of Flies)"  5:01
11.”Pink Maggit”  7:38

White Pony is the third studio album by American alternative metal band Deftones, released on June 20, 2000. It marked a significant growth in the band’s sound, incorporating new wave, dream pop, trip hop, and shoegazing influences with the alternative metal edge the group had become known for and is considered a turning point for the band in terms of experimentation.[1] To this end, it is generally regarded by fans and critics alike as one of their most mature outings and is also their highest-selling album to date. The album was certified platinum by the RIAA on July 17, 2002.

The album features three successful singles as well as the 2001 Grammy Award-winning track for Best Metal Performance, “Elite.”

White Pony is also the first album to feature Frank Delgado as a full-time member of the band. Delgado had worked previously with the band as a featured guest on Around the Fur, producing sound effects on some songs.

beyondthegrandline:

Korn - Self Titled. Finally got around to listening to the whole record, sounds fantastic!


albumaddict41:

The Crystal Method - Self Titled

1. “Emulator”   5:14 
2. “Over It” (featuring Dia Frampton) 3:14 
3. “Sling The Decks”   4:50 
4. “Storm The Castle” (with Le Castle Vania) 4:22 
5. “110 To The 101”   5:46 
6. “Jupiter Shift”   5:03 
7. “Dosimeter” (with Nick Thayer) 6:16 
8. “Grace” (featuring LeAnn Rimes) 5:06 
9. “Difference” (featuring Franky Perez) 4:04 
10. “Metro”   1:26 
11. “After Hours” (featuring Afrobeta) 3:52

The Crystal Method is electronic duo The Crystal Method's self-titled fifth studio album.[1][2] The album was released on January 14, 2014, although it was set to be released in 2013, but delayed due to Scott Kirkland’s brain surgery in early 2013. The whole album was set as a free stream on Hype Machine on January 4, 2014.[3]


Stone Sour - Through Glass

I’m looking at you through the glass.
Don’t know how much time has passed
Oh, god it feels like forever
But no one ever tells you
That forever feels like home
Sitting all alone inside your head

How do you feel? That is the question
But I forget you don’t expect an easy answer
When something like a soul becomes initialized
And folded up like paper dolls and little notes
You can’t expect a bit of hope

So while you’re outside looking in
Describing what you see
Remember what you’re staring at is me

‘Cause I’m looking at you through the glass.
Don’t know how much time has passed
All I know is that it feels like forever
And no one ever tells you that forever feels like home
Sitting all alone inside your head

How much is real? So much to question
An epidemic of the mannequins
Contaminating everything
With thought came from the heart
It never did right from the start
Just listen to the noises
(Null and void instead of voices)

Before you tell yourself
It’s just a different scene
Remember it’s just different from what you’ve seen

I’m looking at you through the glass.
Don’t know how much time has passed
And all I know is that it feels like forever
And no one ever tells you that forever feels like home,
Sitting all alone inside your head

‘Cause I’m looking at you through the glass.
Don’t know how much time has passed
All I know is that it feels like forever
And no one ever tells you that forever feels like home,
Sitting all alone inside your head

And it’s the stars
The stars
That shine for you
And it’s the stars
The stars
That lie to you, yeah-ah

I’m looking at you through the glass…
Don’t know how much time has passed
Oh, god it feels like forever
But no one ever tells you that forever feels like home,
Sitting all alone inside your head

‘Cause I’m looking at you through the glass.
Don’t know how much time has passed
All I know is that it feels like forever
But no one ever tells you that forever feels like home,
Sitting all alone inside your head

And it’s the stars
The stars
That shine for you, yeah-ah
And it’s the stars
The stars
That lie to you, yeah-ah

And it’s the stars
The stars
That shine for you, yeah-ah
And it’s the stars
The stars
That lie to you, yeah-ah, yeah

Oh when the stars
Oh oh when the stars that lie

81 plays A.D.I.D.A.S. Korn Life Is Peachy

ninaddict41:

Korn - A.D.I.D.A.S

Honestly, somehow it always seems that I’m dreaming of
something I can never be
It doesn’t bother me, ‘cause I will always be that pimp I see
in all of my fantasies

I don’t know your fucking name.
So what? Let’s…

Screwin’ may be the only way that I can truly be free
from my fucked up reality
so I dream and stroke it harder, ‘cause its so fun to see my
face staring back at me

I don’t know your fucking name.
So what? Let’s fuck.

All Day I Dream About Sex
All Day I Dream About fuckin’