Live & Rare (Korn album)

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Live & Rare
Compilation album by Korn
Released May 9, 2006
Recorded 1996–2004
Genre Nu metal, alternative metal
Length 59:42
Label Epic, Immortal, Sony BMG
Producer various producers
Korn chronology
Greatest Hits, Vol. 1
Live and Rare
Chopped, Screwed, Live and Unglued
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]
CDNow 4/5 stars[2]

Live & Rare is a compilation album of band Korn that was released on May 9, 2006, and features thirteen tracks - all seven from the DVD featuring 2003's CBGB show in New York, which are found on special editions of Greatest Hits Vol. 1, two from Woodstock 1999, three cover songs (one a hidden track from Follow the Leader and another a hidden track from Take a Look in the Mirror), and "Proud" taken from the I Know What You Did Last Summer soundtrack.

This compilation was released after Korn left Epic Records, so it's likely the band had no contributions to the track listing. Also, there is no new material on this album, and most of the tracks are available on other releases, thus sales of the compilation were disappointing.

As of May 31, 2006, it has sold nearly 52,000 total copies in the United States.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Original album Length
1. "Did My Time" (Live) Take a Look in the Mirror 4:12
2. "Blind" (Live) Korn 4:12
3. "Falling Away from Me" (Live) Issues 4:15
4. "Right Now" (Live) Take a Look in the Mirror 3:05
5. "Got the Life" (Live) Follow the Leader 4:06
6. "Here to Stay" (Live) Untouchables 4:20
7. "Freak on a Leash" (Live) Follow the Leader 4:25
8. "Another Brick in the Wall, (Parts 1, 2, 3)" (Pink Floyd cover) (Live) Greatest Hits, Vol. 1 8:21
9. "One" (Metallica cover) (Live) Take a Look in the Mirror 4:27
10. "My Gift to You" (Live) Follow the Leader 6:13
11. "A.D.I.D.A.S." (Live) Life Is Peachy 3:50
12. "Earache My Eye" (Cheech and Chong cover) Follow the Leader 4:50
13. "Proud"   I Know What You Did Last Summer soundtrack 3:26
Total length:

Japanese bonus tracks[edit]

No. Title Original album Length
14. "Sean Olson"   The Crow: City of Angels soundtrack 4:48
15. "I Can Remember"   Got the Life single 3:37

Additional notes[edit]

Tracks 1-7:

Recorded live at CBGB's, New York, NY, 11/24/2003

Mixed by Frank Filipetti

Additional mixing by Warren Huart

Track 8:

Live at Projekt Revolution

Recorded live at UMB Bank Pavilion, Maryland Heights, MO, 08/25/2004

Engineered by John Van Eaten

Live Sound: Bill Sheppell

Mixed by Tim Harkins at NRG Studios, North Hollywood, CD

Track 9:

Hidden track originally appearing on Immortal/Epic released "Take a Look in the Mirror" (770307)

Recorded live on 05/03/2003 at Universal Studios, Universal City, CA

Taken from "MTV ICON: Metallica"

Used with permission by MTV: Music Television

Tracks 10 & 11:

Produced by Mitch Maketansky

Recorded live at Woodstock'99 by Dave Thoener, Rome, NY, July 23, 1999

Mixed by John X at The Record Plant, NYC

Track 12:

Hidden track originally appearing on Immortal/Epic released "Follow the Leader" (069001)

Produced by Steve Thompson, Toby Wright & Korn Recorded by Toby Wright at NRG Recording, North Hollywood, CA Additional Recording: John Ewing Jr.

Assisted by: John Ewing Jr.

Mixed by Brendan O'Brien at Southern Tracks Sutdio, Atlanta, GA

Track 13: Taken from the Columbia release I Know What You Did Last Summer (68696)

Produced by Ross Robinson

Mastered by Stephen Marcussen

Digitally edited by Stewart Whitmore for Marcussen Mastering, Hollywood, CA

Chart positions[edit]

Chart (2006) Peak
Austrian Albums Chart[3] 38
Belgian Albums Chart (Flanders)[4] 90
Belgian Albums Chart (Wallonia)[5] 94
French Albums Chart[6] 100
German Albums Chart[7] 72
Swiss Albums Chart[8] 64
UK Albums Chart[9] 193

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Live & Rare (Korn album) at AllMusic
  2. ^ CDNOW review
  3. ^ "Austrian chart positions" (in German). 
  4. ^ "Belgian (Flanders) chart positions" (in Dutch). 
  5. ^ "Belgian (Wallonia) chart positions" (in French). 
  6. ^ "French chart positions" (in French). 
  7. ^ "German chart positions" (in German). 
  8. ^ "Swiss chart positions". 
  9. ^ "Chart Log UK: Alex K - Kyuss".