Label: Lighthouse Records - 8 289945,EMI United Kingdom - 8 289945 • Series: Golden Collection 2000 • Format: CD Compilation, Unofficial Release • Country: Russia • Genre: Rock • Style: Nu Metal
The band decided they would release the song as a promotional single after each member found that there was something "special" about the song. The single had "phenomenal success", and its music video was requested more than any other video on MTV 's TRLmaking it the first officially "retired" music video. The single was sent to radio stations on July 24,and has been released five times. Such A Surge Got The Life - Korn - Golden Collection 2000 '.
The D. The song starts off with a single percussion beat, leading into the refrain riff, with a triple guitar overdub. When the verses emerge, lead singer Jonathan Davis begins singing with the lyrical line "Hate, something, sometime, someway, something kicked on the front floor. They produced Got The Life - Korn - Golden Collection 2000 sound described by employees of Allmusic as having a style of alternative metalheavy metaland rap—metal genres. In a interview with Scuzz, Jonathan Davis revealed that "Got The Life" originally contained an audio sample at the very beginning - a piece of dialogue spoken by actor Dom DeLuise in the film Blazing Saddles.
Warner Brothers would not allow its usage, however, so it was removed prior to the song's release. Korn decided to shoot a music video for "Got the Life" after the reception from fans and employees at NRG Recording Studios was very positive. Offended by and against his response, Korn hired McG director of the band's music videos from their self-titled debut album — Got The Life - Korn - Golden Collection 2000 The Cage - Jerry Goldsmith - Rambo: First Blood Part II - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack ", " Shoots and Ladders ", " Clown ", and "Faget".
In fact, for the majority of its run, it was stuck at third behind videos by N'Sync and Britney Spears; at the time, Daly jokingly called the 3 position on the countdown "The Korn Spot".
Deucethe video album where "Got the Life"'s music video appears on, was certified Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America. Their fusion of metal and rap was stronger than ever, boasting their best rhythm tracks to date.
Which is good, since the B-sides of the 'Got the Life' singles were devoted to remixes. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the song. For the book, see Got the Life book. I thought Tre from Pharcyde could play the bum. I wanted to blow up cars and other fancy material things in the video as a way to show that we didn't care about those things.
We could end the video with a shot of a big backyard party with all of [their] friends. In Addition, I wanted to put two lowrider bikes in the scene and make it look like we were all down in Mexico, partying and having a good time. US single Title Length Ref 1. Woollyback Remix " 4. Vs Such a Surge Remix CBC Music. Archived from the original on Stylus Magazine. Archived from the original on October 9, Retrieved September 25, Tower Records. Retrieved Retrieved October 11, Korn 2 ed.
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