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Korn Essay Examples

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An Introduction to the Music Band Korn in California
KORN Korn: a word familiar to most youth for their hard edged, honest sound. This California based band has made a huge impact on the music scene throughout the 1990s. The popularity of Korn is the result of their ability to express to their fans devotion to music through relentless touring and their way to convey...
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An Introduction to the Music Band Korn
1, 2, 3, and I come from the wicked style you know that Im from the wicked crew, act like you knew.... Korn, the mere word means so much to so many people. They are one of the pioneers in todays modern rock world. Theyre also a band that many fans look to with their meaningful lyrics and awesome sound. Korn is by far the...
1,197 words
3 pages
An Analysis of the Band, Korn
Korn Message or Outrage In discussing the judgement of today's rock bands, it seems as though they need to earn respect first, then do what they please. Earning respect first may sound fair but some bands are possibly doing the opposite on purpose to be more appealing to the younger generation. A band whose music, attitude,...
656 words
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A Discussion of Korn's Music Message and Material
Korn Message or Outrage In discussing the judgement of today's rock bands, it seems as though they need to earn respect first, then do what they please. Earning respect first may sound fair but some bands are possibly doing the opposite on purpose to be more appealing to the younger generation. A band whose music, attitu...
656 words
1 page
Analysis of the Music of the Metal Band Korn and Its Frontman Jonathan Davis
daddy As the echoing screams and painful cries die down, take a moment or two to snap back into reality and realize, it's only a song. The incessant bellows and whines of Korn's Jonathan Davis move some of us, and we are never the same; others hit the stop button and change the CD, before the song is really over, a...
529 words
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An Introduction to the History and Analysis of Korn
In discussing the judgement of today's rock bands, it seems as though they need to earn respect first, then do what they please. Earning respect first may sound fair but some bands are possibly doing the opposite on purpose to be more appealing to the younger generation. A band whose music, attitude, and lifestyle that fall...
654 words
1 page
A Biography of Jonathan Houseman Davis, the Lead Vocalist of the Rock Band, Korn
Time has come, to realize what you are, what youve done tonight. Time has come, well have something to talk about. I will too. In the year of 1971, on January 18th, a baby boy by the name of Jonathan Houseman Davis was born to his mother and father, Mr. Rick Davis. Bakersfield, CA was the city and state to become home to su...
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2 pages
A History and the Family Values Tour of KORN, an American Band
"Family Values Tour", and their relation to teen suicide and narcotic abuse are some further aspects to look into. The first issue that is brought to one's attention would be how Korn's success has not had to depend on frequent radio and TV airplay. In true fact KORN has had barely any radio play at all, not to me...
564 words
1 page
An Overview of the Conformity and the Feelings of Disgust and the Differences in Character Appearance in the Music of the Band Korn
Conformity Feelings of disgust fill me when I observe the identity of an individual being crushed by the widespread need to fit in with society and be like everyone else. Differences in character, appearance, and emotion are created by unique pasts, and form the foundation for personal beliefs. When these differences are e...
306 words
1 page
An Account of Experiences in Singing With Korn a California Based Music Band
KORN Korn: a word familiar to most youth for their hard edged, honest sound. This California based band has made a huge impact on the music scene throughout the 1990s. The popularity of Korn is the result of their ability to express to their fans devotion to music through relentless touring and their way to convey me...
1,797 words
4 pages