|1||Who Then Now?|
|50153 2||Korn||Who Then Now? (VHS, SECAM)||SMV Enterprises||50153 2||France||1997|
|14V 50153||Korn||Who Then Now? (VHS)||Epic Music Video||14V 50153||Canada||1997|
|50153 2||Korn||Who Then Now? (VHS, PAL)||SMV Enterprises||50153 2||Germany||1997|
|PPCR 026||Korn||Who Then Now? (DVD)||Pearson Productions Limited||PPCR 026||UK & Europe||2009|
|074645015330||Korn||Who Then Now? (VHS, NTSC, 19V)||Epic||074645015330||US||1997|
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Who Then Now is a biographical video released by American nu metal band Korn on March 18, 1997. It was certified platinum in the United States by the RIAA on May 5, 1999. The last video, Faget, like Good God, was never released. Title: Korn: Who Then Now Video 1997. A video documenting the process of Korn recording their Life is peachy album, complete with videos for Blind, Shoots & Ladders, Clown and Faget. Genres: Short Documentary Music. Parents Guide . A small video describing the3 events of Korn from the end of the first album, through the recording of Life IS Peachy. Hope you enjoy, Part 2 will be up free to Korn Who Then Now Blind, Shoots and Ladders and more. 10 tracks 35:30. Who Then Now. It was released on October 11, 1994, through ImmortalEpic Records. Before recording the album, the band was approached by ImmortalEpic Records after a performance at Huntington Beach, California. The band signed to their label because they didn't want to sign away all of their creative freedom. The band would record at Indigo Ranch Studios in Malibu, California with producer Ross Robinson, who. Last night was truly mental. Cheers to everyone who came down early to catch us. And a whacking great thank you to the 18 legged metal machine that is Slipknowt for having us on. Who Then Now - Korn Tribute. 7 July 2017 . We'll be hitting the stage about tonight, so let's be having ya there early. Well, tonight's the night. Hope everyone's ready for a bloody good mosh m. 6 February 2017 . Korn album. Just better. The album cover depicts a young girl being approached by a large man who is holding what appears to be horseshoes or possibly blades. Furthermore, the girl's shadow gives the appearance that her body is being hanged due to the position of the band's logo. Photography was done by Stephen Stickler, and the design was directed by Jay Papke and Dante Ariola. Who Then Now is a platinum-certified biographical video released by the band Korn on March 18, 1997. Korn is an American nu metal band from Bakersfield, California, formed in 1993. Life Is Peachy is the second studio album by the American nu metal band Korn, released on October 15, 1996 through both Immortal Records and Epic Records. After the release of Korn's 1994 self-titled debut album, the band asked Ross Robinson to produce and went back to Indigo Ranch to record. The original VHS is out of production, but it can be found in its entirety on the follow up release, Deuce, which effectively picks up where Who Then Now left off and follows the band up to the recording of Untouchables. Who Then Now is available, in it's entirety, on Youtube