Why are Korn's first two albums considered "the best"?

Wed, Jul 20, 2011 at 11:33 AM

I've heard so many people say this. Some people say that Korn started to go downhill after "Life is Peachy" and some people say that the first two albums were good and everything past that sucked. Why do you think this is? I for one like all of their albums, and am confused when people say things like that.

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  1. Re: Why are Korn's first two albums considered "the best"?

    Wed, Jul 4, 2012 at 9:35 PM

    The first two albums are considered "the best" because they are the best. Everything after was overproduced to me. The first two were very raw, real so real I could feel it, honest. And probably theraputic for the band. Everything after seemed more precise and clean, still good. Just more user friendly for the masses. Is it just me on this? how many of you Korn fans out their who love the first two albums really miss the musical build up and the vocal explosions from JD that were in just about every song on the first two albums.

  2. Re: Why are Korn's first two albums considered "the best"?

    Thu, Jul 5, 2012 at 11:12 PM

    They're all the best to me. Not sucking up. Just saying.

    Path is on top right now. Bad fucking ass.

    "Sometimes, I hate, the life, I made
    everything's wrong every time"

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