Album Review: Take A Look In The Mirror by Korn (2003)

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So this is something I want to start doing. Reviewing albums from various bands and other artists that I like. Originally I was gonna do this on YouTube but, let's face it, I suck at reviewing stuff orally.

This is how I'm gonna do the reviews. I will review each song separately, then I'll put my overall review at the end. I'll also be rating each song 1-10 on how much I liked it. Finally, I'll be suggesting whether or not I recommend you listen to it or not. Let's do this.

Album: Take A Look In The Mirror
Artist: Korn
Year: 2003
Producer(s): Korn/Jonathan Davis

I am a massive fan of Korn and I love all their work whether it's their classic raw and heavy material, or their latest modern material with some dubstep influences. Take A Look In The Mirror was released November 21, 2003 as a hope to recover from their unfortunately low sales from the release of Untouchables in 2002. The record received many mixed reviews from critics. Korn themselves even considered the album to be "the worst record they ever did" in a 2013 interview. But does that actually make this record their worst?

Track 1: Right Now
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Track 2: Break Some Off
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Track 3: Counting On Me
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Track 4: Here It Comes Again
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Track 5: Deep Inside
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Track 6: Did My Time
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Track 7: Everything I've Known
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Track 8: Play Me (feat. Nas)
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Track 9: Alive
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Track 10: Let's Do This Now
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Track 11: I'm Done
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Track 12: Y'all Want A Single
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Track 13: When Will This End/One
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Overall, I have to say this album was a nice return to Korn's raw and heavy sound in their first two albums. The album still has it's low points, but has an amazing amount of high points that are nearly unforgettable. Unfortunately, the band themselves still consider this to be their worst record to date. But I see it as a true masterpiece.

I rate this album 8/10.

Extra thoughts: Unless you are completely demented in the head and don't mind seeing the most disgusting shit ever, STAY AWAY from the official music video for Right Now.

Playlist for the album including music videos (excluding Everything I've Known):
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Full explicit album (video)
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If you made it to this point, thank you. Feel free to suggest me anything else, and I'll probably do it.

 

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