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Artist:Korn featuring Fred Durst from Limp Bizkit
Desc:White homoerotic rap metal duet peppered with brink- of-the- new- millenium cultural references
Category:Music Videos, Heavy Metal - Hard Rock
Tags:Fred Durst, Say what? Say... what?
Submitted:caged ant
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Comment count is 9
coprolalia - 2008-12-22
Chancho - 2008-12-22
The worst song from an incredibly shitty album.
a flaming monkey - 2008-12-23
Look, I know this was probably submitted for irony's sake or something like that, but I despise Fred Durst so much that my pores are weeping blood right now.
KnowFuture - 2008-12-23
That's not a description, it's a warning.
Vestigial Johnson - 2008-12-23
Legitimate contender for the worst shit I've ever heard
Desidiosus - 2008-12-23
I got 12 seconds in. Anyone get any further?
godot - 2008-12-23
Word to those who listen: 73Q isn't Portal of Evil Music.

The ideal, I think, is a place where we can all bring the music we sincerely love, and perhaps introduce it to people who are susceptible to its charms.

I refuse to believe that well adjusted person over the age of 19 sincerely loves Korn.
godot - 2008-12-23
As an aside, I think I might have found something to like about Korn if it wasn't mastered in the worst excesses of the last decades loudness wars. There's no space or respite in this music, and hence it all sounds like soup.
CornOnTheCabre - 2009-03-12
"It's too bad that Korn can go so easily from the potent to the pointless. The very next track, "All in the Family," is an MC duel between Davis and Fred Durst of Limp Bizkit, a stomping hip-hop track with a good-natured barrage of insults except for the "faggot" and "fairy" cracks and lame-o lines like "Suck my dick, kid, like your daddy did" and "You're a fag and on a lower level." To Davis and Durst, that may just be harmless schoolyard jivin'. But Davis knows words can hurt that was the whole point of "Faget," on Korn and the homosexual slams in "All in the Family" cheapen, at least for those five minutes, the power and integrity of an album otherwise devoted to kickin' it against cruelty and prejudice." -Alan Fricke, Rolling Stone

you know, I'm pretty sure there was a point in Rolling Stone's history where music had gotten so relentlessly terrible that they had to defend anything that didn't have the word "faggot" in it
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