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Pop & Rock
Performer: Korn
Title: Take a Look in the Mirror
Style: Alternative Metal,Heavy Metal
Duration: 56:42
Date of release: November 25, 2003
Recording location: Elementree Studios, Tarzana, CA
Genre: Pop & Rock
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 519
MP3 size: 1910 mb
FLAC size: 1817 mb
WMA size: 1162 mb
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Korn - Take A Look In The Mirror (2003).

Take a Look in the Mirror is the sixth studio album by American nu metal band Korn, and is the last studio album to feature their full original lineup, as Brian "Head" Welch departed the band in February 2005 until his return in 2013 (with the release of The Paradigm Shift). It was also the last studio album by Korn under the Epic and Immortal labels

It was the first record we self-produced and recorded at my house. I don’t connect to that record

Album (Studio full-length). Nu Metal, Alternative Metal. United States (RIAA) Platinum 1,000,000. 5). N. 빌리홀 (90/100). Nov 28, 2018 다시 그시절이 떠오르게 만드는 작품이다.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Right Now Korn Korn 3:09
2 Break Some Off Korn Korn 2:35
3 Counting on Me Korn Korn 4:49
4 Here It Comes Again Korn Korn 3:33
5 Deep Inside Korn Korn 2:46
6 Did My Time Korn Korn 4:04
7 Everything I've Known Korn Korn 3:34
8 Play Me Korn Korn 3:21
9 Alive Korn Korn 4:30
10 Let's Do This Now Korn Korn 3:18
11 I'm Done Korn Korn 3:23
12 Y'All Want a Single Korn Korn 3:17
13 When Will This End Korn Korn 14:23


Wally Balljacker - Drums
Jim "Bud" Bonti - Engineer, Producer
Gayle Boulware - Art Consultant
Marina Chavez - Photography
Jonathan Davis - Producer, Vocals
Dog - Bass
Doug Erb - Art Direction
Frank Filipetti - Engineer, Mixing, Producer
Brandy Flower - Art Direction
Darren Frank - Assistant
Jesse Gorman - Assistant
Tim Harkins - Engineer
Head - Guitar
Rob Hill - Editing
Mitch Ikeda - Photography
Mitch Ikedo - Photography
James "The Gorilla" - Guitar
Peter Katsis - A&R
Korn - Composer, Primary Artist, Producer
Fred Maher - Editing
Stephen Marcussen - Mastering
Cailan Mccarthy - Artist Coordination
Nas - Featured Artist, Guest Artist
Polarbear - Programming
Sir Headly - Guitar
Louie Teran - Digital Editing
Kaz Utsunomiya - A&R
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Best performance by David SilveriaMany fans consider this album as one of key milestones in band’s discography, which draws a line between “old Korn” and “new Korn”, since it was the last record made in full original line-up. “Take a Look in the Mirror” is also remarkable for being the first “back to the roots” attempt by Korn, even the album title gives us a hint. At a glance, this record has very strong production, and what is called “typical Korn sound” with powerful low-tuned guitars, signature bass slapping, funky drums, and deep vocal growling (re-recorded “Alive” from 1993 EP is another hint). Many people would say that this record sounds like if “Korn” was recorded in a modern studio with better equipment and more expensive production. But nobody would say that “TALITM” is better or at least at the same level with its rival from 1994. The main reason is quiet obvious – nobody wants something they already have. But still I want to highlight that “TALITM” is definitely not a clone and even not trying to pretend to be a clone of “Korn”.There are many pros for which I like this record. I’ve already mentioned the production, and it is indeed a strong part of the album. It has very deep metal sound, which does not disturb you, at the same time all instruments could be hear extremely clear, really good work with mixing and mastering. “TALITM” is also successfully following and developing the new melodic ideas, which were first presented on “Untouchables”. It is surprising how good this album in being heavy and melodic at the same time. And I am not only talking about the quiet parts of the songs, like bridges in “I’m Done” and “Let’s Do This Now” – just listen to “Counting on Me”, it has very interesting melody covered with deep crunchy vocals and metallic riifs. I can easily imagine the songs from the album adopted for piano or any other acoustic playing. Another favorite part of the album is drums and drumming. I personally believe that this is the best performance of David Silveria. The arrangements are brilliant, they not only create the special feeling of the songs, but in many cases define them. Listen again to “Break Some Off”, “Counting on Me”, and “Here It Comes Again” – these song would sound absolutely different with some generic drumming. The sound of drums is also a high standard. This snare sound is one of my all time favorites: it is not very high and has strong mid-rate frequencies, but you can easily hear it in the mix.Cons: (1) Fieldy’s slapping – you are getting tired of it very fast, while other Korn records had it in parts where it sounded accurately and in place, this album has it everywhere, which is disturbing. (2) Jonathan’s growling – also too much, specifically during the choruses. (3) Redundant songs.To conclude – this is quiet a good album. It is at least worth listening to because of the Silveria’s drumming.At the same time lack of ideas and effort did not allow “TALITM” to demonstrate its full potential.