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* AlbumSingle: "All in the family", "Got the Life", "Children of Korn", "B.B.K, "Freak on a leash"
* AnimatedMusicVideo: Freak on a Leash
* HitlessHitAlbum: Freak on a Leash, the highest charting song on the album, peaked at 106 in the US

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* AlbumSingle: "All in the family", Family", "Got the Life", "Children of the Korn", "B.B.K, "Freak on a leash"
Leash".
* AnimatedMusicVideo: Freak "Freak on a Leash
Leash".
* HitlessHitAlbum: Freak "Freak on a Leash, Leash", the highest charting song on the album, only peaked at 106 in the USUS.



* OneWordTitle: "Pretty" "Justin" "Seed" and "Cameltosis"

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* OneWordTitle: "Pretty" "Justin" "Seed" "Pretty", "Justin", "Seed", and "Cameltosis""Cameltosis".


Follow The Leader is the third album by NuMetal band {{Music/Korn}} and was released on August 18, 1998. Unlike their first 2 albums, Follow the leader is not produced by Ross Robinson and instead was produced by Steve Thompson and Toby Wright. While their first 2 albums help set up the groundwork for nu metal, follow the leader is credited with popularizing it and bringing it to the mainstream.

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Follow The Leader ''Follow the Leader'' is the third album by NuMetal band {{Music/Korn}} and was released on August 18, 1998. Unlike their first 2 two albums, Follow ''Follow the leader Leader'' is not produced by Ross Robinson and instead was produced by Steve Thompson and Toby Wright. While their first 2 two albums help set up the groundwork for nu metal, follow ''Follow the leader Leader'' is credited with popularizing it and bringing it to the mainstream.



The album peaked at number 1 on the Billboard 200 and has gain sales of over 7 million copies in the US alone and a total of over 14 million copies sold worldwide, making it Korn's most commercial successful album. Critical reception to the Album was generally postive and the album has since been listed in the musical reference book "1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die". The music video for the track Freak on a Leash had won the Band Best Rock Video and Best Editing from the 1999 Creator/{{MTV}} Video Music Award (VMA) ceremony where it was nominated for a total of 9 awards including Best video. The video also won them the Grammy for Best Short Form Video. The Videos for Freak on a Leash and Got the Life were amongst the first music videos to be retired from Total Request Live.




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The album peaked at number 1 on the Billboard 200 and has gain sales of over 7 million copies in the US alone and a total of over 14 million copies sold worldwide, making it Korn's most commercial successful album. Critical reception to the Album album was generally postive positive and the album has since been listed in the musical reference book "1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die". The music video for the track Freak "Freak on a Leash Leash" had won the Band Best Rock Video and Best Editing from the 1999 Creator/{{MTV}} Video Music Award (VMA) ceremony ceremony, where it was nominated for a total of 9 awards awards, including Best video.Video. The video also won them the Grammy for Best Short Form Video. The Videos videos for Freak "Freak on a Leash Leash" and Got "Got the Life Life" were amongst among the first music videos to be retired from Total ''Total Request Live.Live''.





The album peaked at number 1 on the Billboard 200 and has gain sales of over 7 million copies in the US alone and a total of over 14 million copies sold worldwide, making it Korn's most commercial successful album. Critical reception to the Album was generally postive and the album has since been listed in the musical reference book "1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die". The music video for the track Freak on a Leash had won the Band Best Rock Video and Best Editing from the 1999 Creator/MTV Video Music Award (VMA) ceremony where it was nominated for a total of 9 awards including Best video. The video also won them the Grammy for Best Short Form Video. The Videos for Freak on a Leash and Got the Life were amongst the first music videos to be retired from Total Request Live.




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The album peaked at number 1 on the Billboard 200 and has gain sales of over 7 million copies in the US alone and a total of over 14 million copies sold worldwide, making it Korn's most commercial successful album. Critical reception to the Album was generally postive and the album has since been listed in the musical reference book "1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die". The music video for the track Freak on a Leash had won the Band Best Rock Video and Best Editing from the 1999 Creator/MTV Creator/{{MTV}} Video Music Award (VMA) ceremony where it was nominated for a total of 9 awards including Best video. The video also won them the Grammy for Best Short Form Video. The Videos for Freak on a Leash and Got the Life were amongst the first music videos to be retired from Total Request Live.





The album peaked at number 1 on the Billboard 200 and has gain sales of over 7 million copies in the US alone and a total of over 14 million copies sold worldwide, making it Korn's most commercial successful album. Critical reception to the Album was generally postive and the album has since been listed in the musical reference book "1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die". The music video for the track Freak on a Leash had won the Band Best Rock Video and Best Editing from the 1999 ceremony where it was nominated for a total of 9 awards including best video. The video also won them the Grammy for Best Short Form Video. The Videos for Freak on a Leash and Got the Life were amongst the first music videos to be retired from Total Request Live.




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The album peaked at number 1 on the Billboard 200 and has gain sales of over 7 million copies in the US alone and a total of over 14 million copies sold worldwide, making it Korn's most commercial successful album. Critical reception to the Album was generally postive and the album has since been listed in the musical reference book "1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die". The music video for the track Freak on a Leash had won the Band Best Rock Video and Best Editing from the 1999 Creator/MTV Video Music Award (VMA) ceremony where it was nominated for a total of 9 awards including best Best video. The video also won them the Grammy for Best Short Form Video. The Videos for Freak on a Leash and Got the Life were amongst the first music videos to be retired from Total Request Live.





[[caption-width-right:240:"Something Takes A Part Of Me"]]

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[[caption-width-right:240:"Something Takes A Part Of Me"]][[caption-width-right:240:''Something takes a part of me...'']]


* AlbumSingle: "All in the family", "Got the Life", "Children of Korn", "B.B.K, "Freak on a leash"* AnimatedMusicVideo: Freak on a Leash

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* AlbumSingle: "All in the family", "Got the Life", "Children of Korn", "B.B.K, "Freak on a leash"* leash"
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AnimatedMusicVideo: Freak on a Leash


* AnimatedMusicVideo: Freak on a Leash

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* AlbumSingle: "All in the family", "Got the Life", "Children of Korn", "B.B.K, "Freak on a leash"* AnimatedMusicVideo: Freak on a Leash


Follow The Leader is the third album by NuMetal band Music/Korn and was released on August 18, 1998. Unlike their first 2 albums, Follow the leader is not produced by Ross Robinson and instead was produced by Steve Thompson and Toby Wright. While their first 2 albums help set up the groundwork for nu metal, follow the leader is credited with popularizing it and bringing it to the mainstream.

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Follow The Leader is the third album by NuMetal band Music/Korn {{Music/Korn}} and was released on August 18, 1998. Unlike their first 2 albums, Follow the leader is not produced by Ross Robinson and instead was produced by Steve Thompson and Toby Wright. While their first 2 albums help set up the groundwork for nu metal, follow the leader is credited with popularizing it and bringing it to the mainstream.


Follow The Leader is the third album by nu metal band Korn and was released on August 18, 1998. Unlike their first 2 albums, Follow the leader is not produced by Ross Robinson and instead was produced by Steve Thompson and Toby Wright. While their first 2 albums help set up the groundwork for nu metal, follow the leader is credited with popularizing it and bringing it to the mainstream.

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Follow The Leader is the third album by nu metal NuMetal band Korn Music/Korn and was released on August 18, 1998. Unlike their first 2 albums, Follow the leader is not produced by Ross Robinson and instead was produced by Steve Thompson and Toby Wright. While their first 2 albums help set up the groundwork for nu metal, follow the leader is credited with popularizing it and bringing it to the mainstream.


Follow The Leader is the third album by Nu Metal Band Korn and was released on August 18, 1998. Unlike their first 2 albums, Follow the leader is not produced by Ross Robinson and instead was produced by Steve Thompson and Toby Wright. While their first 2 albums help set up the groundwork for nu metal, follow the leader is credited with popularizing it and bringing it to the mainstream.

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Follow The Leader is the third album by Nu Metal Band nu metal band Korn and was released on August 18, 1998. Unlike their first 2 albums, Follow the leader is not produced by Ross Robinson and instead was produced by Steve Thompson and Toby Wright. While their first 2 albums help set up the groundwork for nu metal, follow the leader is credited with popularizing it and bringing it to the mainstream.


* MusicVideoOvershadowing: "Freak on a Leash". Song: Jonathan Davis is frequently worried and suffering (because of how the music industry treats him). Video: In an animated section directed by [[Comicbook/{{Spawn}} Todd MacFarlane]], the girl from the album's cover is nearly shot. Then comes literal BulletTime as the bullet [[PostModernism breaks the fourth wall]] out of the artwork and starts blasting everything before meeting the band, who "[[BulletCatch returns it to sender]]".

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* MusicVideoOvershadowing: "Freak on a Leash". Song: Jonathan Davis is frequently worried and suffering (because of how the music industry treats him). Video: In an animated section directed by [[Comicbook/{{Spawn}} Todd MacFarlane]], the girl from the album's cover is nearly shot. Then comes literal BulletTime as the bullet [[PostModernism breaks the fourth wall]] out of the artwork and starts blasting everything before meeting the band, who "[[BulletCatch returns it to sender]]".sender]]".
* OneWordTitle: "Pretty" "Justin" "Seed" and "Cameltosis"

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* HitlessHitAlbum: Freak on a Leash, the highest charting song on the album, peaked at 106 in the US


AnimatedMusicVideo: Freak on a Leash
MusicVideoOvershadowing: "Freak on a Leash". Song: Jonathan Davis is frequently worried and suffering (because of how the music industry treats him). Video: In an animated section directed by [[Comicbook/{{Spawn}} Todd MacFarlane]], the girl from the album's cover is nearly shot. Then comes literal BulletTime as the bullet [[PostModernism breaks the fourth wall]] out of the artwork and starts blasting everything before meeting the band, who "[[BulletCatch returns it to sender]]".

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* AnimatedMusicVideo: Freak on a Leash
* MusicVideoOvershadowing: "Freak on a Leash". Song: Jonathan Davis is frequently worried and suffering (because of how the music industry treats him). Video: In an animated section directed by [[Comicbook/{{Spawn}} Todd MacFarlane]], the girl from the album's cover is nearly shot. Then comes literal BulletTime as the bullet [[PostModernism breaks the fourth wall]] out of the artwork and starts blasting everything before meeting the band, who "[[BulletCatch returns it to sender]]".


AnimatedMusicVideo: Freak on a Leash

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AnimatedMusicVideo: Freak on a LeashLeash
MusicVideoOvershadowing: "Freak on a Leash". Song: Jonathan Davis is frequently worried and suffering (because of how the music industry treats him). Video: In an animated section directed by [[Comicbook/{{Spawn}} Todd MacFarlane]], the girl from the album's cover is nearly shot. Then comes literal BulletTime as the bullet [[PostModernism breaks the fourth wall]] out of the artwork and starts blasting everything before meeting the band, who "[[BulletCatch returns it to sender]]".


[[quoteright:240:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/korn_follow_the_leader.jpg]]
[[caption-width-right:240:"Something Takes A Part Of Me"]]



The album peaked at number 1 on the Billboard 200 and has gain sales of over 7 million copies in the US alone and a total of over 14 million copies sold worldwide, making it Korn's most commercial successful album.

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The album peaked at number 1 on the Billboard 200 and has gain sales of over 7 million copies in the US alone and a total of over 14 million copies sold worldwide, making it Korn's most commercial successful album.
album. Critical reception to the Album was generally postive and the album has since been listed in the musical reference book "1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die". The music video for the track Freak on a Leash had won the Band Best Rock Video and Best Editing from the 1999 ceremony where it was nominated for a total of 9 awards including best video. The video also won them the Grammy for Best Short Form Video. The Videos for Freak on a Leash and Got the Life were amongst the first music videos to be retired from Total Request Live.






AnimatedMusicVideo: Freak on a Leash has one. It won the band 2 MTV VMA and a Grammy for best short form video.

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AnimatedMusicVideo: Freak on a Leash has one. It won the band 2 MTV VMA and a Grammy for best short form video.Leash

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