Family Values Tour 2006

Family Values Tour 2006

     
 

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Although their sound and approach have since gone beyond parody, it's undeniable that when Korn first appeared on the scene in the mid-'90s, they were one of the few bands at the time bold enough to align themselves with metal. Additionally, their sound and approach were copied repeatedly by other acts (you know it well by now --See more details below

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Although their sound and approach have since gone beyond parody, it's undeniable that when Korn first appeared on the scene in the mid-'90s, they were one of the few bands at the time bold enough to align themselves with metal. Additionally, their sound and approach were copied repeatedly by other acts (you know it well by now -- detuned
ubbery riffs, talked verses/screamed choruses, etc.). So when it was time to make the jump to arenas, Korn patterned their own multi-band tour after Lollapalooza and Ozzfest, dubbing it the Family Values tour. But after Stone Temple Pilots/Staind co-headlined a version of the tour in 2001, no further Family Values tours were organized -- leading fans to believe that it may have gone the way of the dodo. Come 2006, Korn decided to resuscitate the traveling road show once more, inviting a variety of bands (including the Deftones, Flyleaf, Stone Sour, plus others) to join them. Later the same year, the 16-track Family Values Tour 2006 sampler was issued, and while not all of the bands from the tour were featured, all of the best-known ones were. Quite a few expected tracks are featured (Deftones' "My Own Summer," Korn's "Blind"), as well as a few surprises, such as Richard Patrick joining Flyleaf for a cover of U2's "Pride (In the Name of Love)," plus a pair of tracks which see Korn joined by guest vocalists -- Chino Moreno on "Shoots and Ladders/Wicked" and Corey Taylor on "Freak on a Leash." While it should appeal to 2006 Family Values attendees, all the non-stop riffs, fury, and roaring vocals eventually begin to blend into one big, colorless, angst-filled blob.

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Product Details

Release Date:
12/26/2006
Label:
Firm Music
UPC:
0894206001028
catalogNumber:
60010

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Jonathan Davis   Vocals
Corey Taylor   Vocals
Roy Mayorga   Drums
Abe Cunningham   Drums
David Silveria   Drums
Stephen Carpenter   Strings
Chi Cheng   Bass
Frank Delgado   Keyboards,Sampling
Chino Moreno   Guitar,Vocals
Josh Rand   Guitar
James Root   Guitar
Lacey Mosley   Vocals
James Culpepper   Drums
Sameer Bhattacharya   Guitar
Jared Hartmann   Guitar
Lewis Crosby   Bass
Shawn Economaki   Bass
Jesse Hasek   Vocals
Ryan "Tater" Johnson   Guitar
Megladon   Synthesizer,Guitar
Püre   Percussion,Drums
Kirk Patrick Seals   Bass
Brian Vodinh   Drums
Matt Wantland   Guitar
Kyo   Vocals
Die   Guitar
Toshiya   Bass
Shinya   Drums
Exeter   Vocals

Technical Credits

U2   Composer
Anthony Soup Holmes   Composer
Stephen Marcussen   Mastering
Kooster McAllister   Engineer
Don Schinn   Composer
Brian Virtue   Producer
Korn   Composer
Deftones   Composer
Stewart Whitmore   Digital Editing
Stanley Jones   Composer
Greg Thompson   Engineer
Angelo "Stone" Trotter   Composer
Peter Katsis   Executive Producer
Ryan Shuck   Composer
E. Blue   Composer
Bill Sheppell   Engineer
O'Shea Jackson   Composer
Dir en Grey   Composer
Stone Sour   Composer
Matrix   Composer
Anthony Catalano   Digital Editing
David "Dr.Dave" Gallo   Stage Technician
Lewis Crosby   Composer
Jesse Hasek   Composer
Ryan "Tater" Johnson   Composer
Brian Vodinh   Composer
Matt Wantland   Composer
John Zweifel   Stage Technician
Kyo   Composer

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