Another fantastic follow up and successor to the previous albums, some would even argue Korn's best to date. And frankly I agree.
From track 1 this album has you wanting more, luring you into a false sense of security somewhat, with a mellow atmospheric sound of a large backing band (confusing to some giving Korn's reputation as being hard and heavy) teamed with the husky whisper of Jon as he utters, 'All I want in life is to be happy', before fading out into yet another mellow riff of 'Falling Away From Me', and just when you think that Korn have got a bit too tame in their old age it kicks in back to the heavy guitar, dirty bass and industrial drums, leaving the fans screaming with delight.
The allbum continues in this heavy stride, briefly going sentimental with a tribute to the fans in the form of the song 4U' then back into the sound we know and love, blasting through tracks highlighting the trials, turmoils and life of the singer in many other emotional pieces.
Not as varied as Life is Peachy in terms of style, but an amazing album as Korn take what they are truly good at and build on this creating something even stronger.
Definately check out Let's Get This Party Started, you do not know whether to dance or bang your head. Amazing!