Family Values Tour '99

The Family Values Tour '99

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The brainchild of new-metal crusaders Korn, the first Family Values Tour was established in 1998 to showcase an array of like-minded bands to an ever-expanding audience. At that point, Korn had already launched Limp Bizkit's career and were looking to spread the love to the newest Family members

Overview

The brainchild of new-metal crusaders Korn, the first Family Values Tour was established in 1998 to showcase an array of like-minded bands to an ever-expanding audience. At that point, Korn had already launched Limp Bizkit's career and were looking to spread the love to the newest Family members Incubus and Orgy. Family Values 99 didn't have quite the camaraderie of its predecessor (though Bizkit's Durst performs with Staind on one track off this collection), but as a concert album, it's a nice antidote to VH1's "Men Strike Back." Korn, who only played a few dates of the tour, contribute a scalding, claustrophobic version of "Falling Away from Me" and a ripping medley of "A.D.I.D.A.S./Good God." And Limp Bizkit perform a quartet of songs including the caustic "Break Stuff," the quasi-delicate "Rearranged," and, of course, the ubiquitous "Nookie." Other eclectic highlights are Primus' quirky "My Name Is Mud," Filter's bludgeoning "Hey Man, Nice Shot," and Crystal Method's electro-endorphine rush "Keep Hope Alive." But it's Staind's "Mudshovel," delivered with equal parts beauty and bile, that stands out as the dark horse track here. Family Values may have outgrown its brotherly beginnings, but it's still keeping hope alive for legions of loud rock fans.

Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Heather Phares
The Family Values Tour 1999 collects live performances from Korn and their accomplices from the middle leg of their 1999 Family Values tour. Limp Bizkit contributes four tracks -- "Break Stuff," "Rearranged," "I Would for You" and the ubiquitous "Nookie" -- while Primus, Staind, Method Man & Redman, the Crystal Method, Filter, and Korn themselves each turn in two tracks apiece. Method Man & Redman's "Da Rockwilder/Tear It Off," the Crystal Method's "Keep Hope Alive," Filter's "Jurassitol," and Primus' "My Name Is Mud" are some of the album's most dynamic performances, while Korn's "A.D.I.D.A.S./Good God" and Staind's duet with Fred Durst, "Outside," set the tone for this aggro celebration of rap, metal, and rap-metal. A worthwhile album for anyone looking to relive the Family Values experience, or for those who missed out on it the first time around.

Product Details

Release Date:
05/23/2000
Label:
Universal Mod Afw
UPC:
0606949064129
catalogNumber:
490641
Rank:
141879

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Primus   Track Performer
Redman   Track Performer
Method Man   Track Performer
Filter   Track Performer
Korn   Track Performer
Crystal Method   Track Performer
Limp Bizkit   Track Performer
Fred Durst   Track Performer
Staind   Track Performer

Technical Credits

Primus   Composer
Johnny April   Composer
Claypool   Composer
Jonathan Davis   Composer
David Hewitt   Engineer
R. Noble   Composer
Aaron Lewis   Composer
Brian Welch   Composer
Fred Durst   Composer
Ryan Hewitt   Engineer
James "Munky" Shaffer   Composer
D. Stinson   Composer
David Silveria   Composer
Reggie Arvizu   Composer
Liam Ward   Art Direction
John Scher   Executive Producer
Chuck Reed   Digital Compilation
Jeff Kwatinetz   Executive Producer
Bill Sheppell   Producer
Wes Borland   Composer
Jon Wysocki   Composer
Mike Mushok   Composer
John Otto   Composer
Sam Rivers   Composer

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The Family Values Tour '99 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
If you could buy one CD this year make this one!!!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I love this cd o much that i started to chew on it. It tastes great and it sounds pretty awesome too. Buy it, its wicked!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is one awsome CD. This is one CD any rock fan should have. The song Outside with Fred Durst and Arron Lewis is the best song, don't look it over.