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Break Some Off - Korn - Take A Look In The Mirror (CD, Album)

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  1. Just short of a decade into their incredibly successful and influential career, Korn went into Take a Look in the Mirror publicly stating their hopes to record a fresh-sounding album, a seemingly simple task that they somewhat ended up accomplishing. They needed a fresh album -- one that differed from their past couple, the similar-sounding Issues () and Untouchables (), 6/
  2. Korn song lyrics for album Take a Look in the Mirror. Tracks: Right Now, Break Some Off, Counting on Me, Here It Comes Again, Deep Inside, Did My Time, Everything I've Known, Play Me, Alive, Let's Do This Now, I'm Done, Y'All Want a Single, When Will This End.
  3. Nov 02,  · take a look in the Mirror is awesome the dvd is even cool. highly recommend this cd to any Korn fan. I love this cd I listen to it all the time. The songs on this cd are Right now Break some off Counting on me Here it comes again Deep inside Did my time Everything I've known Play me Alive Lets do this now I'm done Yall want a single when will /5().
  4. Mar 16,  · Published on Mar 16, Break Some Off is the second song off KoRn's sixth studio album "Take a Look in the Mirror", which was released in It is the last album which features the guitars of.
  5. Nov 21,  · Listen to your favorite songs from Take A Look In The Mirror [Explicit] by Korn Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  6. Oct 03,  · Song: Break Some Off Album: Take A Look In The Mirror Label: Epic Records Keep up with Korn on the web for the latest news & releases.
  7. Jan 18,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Silver Transparent, Gram Vinyl release of Take A Look In The Mirror on Discogs/5(49).
  8. Released merely a year after their Untouchables album, Take a Look in the Mirror is a perfect example of what happens when a band decides to exclusively do what their fans want and not what they want to do. If Untouchables was an indication of Korn getting (at least lyrically) stale, this album is the confirmation.

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