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|Single by Korn|
|from the album Issues|
|Writer(s)||Reginald Arvizu, Jonathan Davis, James Shaffer, David Silveria, Brian Welch|
|Producer(s)||Steve Thompson, Toby Wright, and Korn|
|Korn singles chronology|
"Jingle Balls" is a song recorded by the American nu metal band Korn, during sessions of their third studio album, Follow the Leader. It was released in Australia as an exclusive sampler, along with the track "Wake Up", in 1999.
Music and structure
"Jingle Balls" is a death metal rendition of Sexart´s song "Juice-Seven" in the rhythm of the famous Christmas song "Jingle Bells", featured on a bonus EP included with Issues. It has been widely circulated as the "Jingle Bells death metal version" on the Internet. A slightly different version with bagpipes was debuted at Los Angeles, California radio station KROQ's Almost Acoustic Christmas in December 1998.
- CD SAMP 2164
- "Jingle Balls" – 3:27
- "Wake Up" – 4:07
- "Lift" (performed by Sunk Loto) – 3:46
- "Sick" (performed by Dope) – 3:09
- "13 Totally Rocking Christmas Songs". Kerrang! Radio. December 5, 2012.
- "KROQ Almost Acoustic Christmas & Roxy Theatre Review". Archived from the original on August 13, 2004. Retrieved 2008-03-22.