Somebody Someone

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"Somebody Someone"
Single by Korn
from the album Issues
Released July 3, 2000 (US and Australia)
Promo only
Format CD5"
Recorded 1999
Genre Nu metal[1][2]
Length 3:47
Label Epic
Producer(s) Brendan O'Brien
Korn singles chronology
"Make Me Bad"
(2000)
"Somebody Someone"
(2000)
"Here to Stay"
(2002)

"Somebody Someone" is a song by Korn and the third single from their fourth album Issues.

It was the least successful single from the album, and failed to reach the top 20 of Billboard's Mainstream Rock and Modern Rock charts, although it gained moderate airplay on MTV's Total Request Live. The music video, directed by Martin Weisz, was performance-based and filled with CGI effects, with a similar look as its predecessor, "Make Me Bad" (also directed by Weisz). The song is well known for its live performance and has become a concert staple from 2000-2011. It was absent from The Path of Totality Tour setlist, a first since its release. However, the end section of the song was played directly the performance of Shoots and Ladders at live performances starting in 2013.

Remixes[edit]

Version Release appearance
LukHash Remix (2005) LukHash official website

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.mtv.com/news/articles/1644710/korn-revive-golden-age-nu-metal-at-mayhem-festival.jhtml
  2. ^ "Issues". Rolling Stone. January 20, 2000. he has channeled them into the band that established the new-metal sequel to grunge