Deuce is the second DVD by the American Nu Metal band, Korn. It was released on June 11, 2002 - the same day as the band's fifth studio release, Untouchables. The DVD was certified platinum by the RIAA. The DVD includes the band's first home video Who Then Now? and features the music video collection from Korn to Issues. Other extras include biographies of each band member, gags, behind-the-scenes of the music videos or live concerts, and various other things.
Korn came out of California in the early nineties and went on to become one of the most globally successful metal acts of their generation. They continue to play live to vast crowds and have record sales in the millions. This concert from Montreux in 2004 is their only performance at the festival to date.
Schoolteacher Lilly Moffat is dismayed by conditions in a Welsh mining town. She sets up a school to teach fundamental education to the villagers. Her housekeeper and daughter oppose the project, as does the local Squire who will not rent her space. Using part of her own home, she goes ahead with Miss Moffat's School. One of her students Morgan Evans turns from bully to brilliant student.
Korn Live is a double DVD live release that was recorded in the Hammerstein Ballroom at Manhattan Center Studios during their 2002 "Untouchables" tour. It also features some live tracks from their self-titled album, and albums "Life Is Peachy", "Follow The Leader", and "Issues", as well as part of their cover of Metallica's "One" that was later performed for 2003 Metallica's "MTV Icon" special in its entirety. The second DVD features the same show, but from alternate angles, as well as some behind-the-scenes material.
For more than 15 years Korn have been on the cutting edge of alternative music, after having almost single-handedly developed a new form of the genre back in the mid-1990s. This documentary film tells the Korn story from a number of non-traditional angles. The fans, the crew and the band's close associates all have their say as archive footage sets the scene and exclusive interviews embellish the narrative.
The bonus DVD from their "Greatest Hits Vol.1" album. Recorded live at CBGB's, New York, NY, (24th November 2003).
The two eleven year old farm boys Toni and Max are best friends, share everything with each other. But Max won't believe Toni is secretly engaged to the beautiful young Karin. But when Karin tells Toni that she'll be his wife - if he helps on his fathers farm and moults to a farmer - Toni understands the hint and gets down to work.
Korn Live: The Encounter is a live release by Korn in 2010 to promote the studio album Korn III: Remember Who You Are. It premiered on Sunday July 11, 2010 on HDNet, and then streamed on the band's Myspace profile. Although a live performance piece, the concert itself has no audience beyond production crew. In July a number of viral videos were released by the band, the first two videos included amateur footage of crop circles and unidentified flying objects, while the second two videos included news footage of the phenomenons identifying its location as Kern County. The Korn logo could also be seen in one of the crop circles. On July 7 the band announced "Korn Live: The Encounter, A Concert for Korn III: Remember Who You Are" a live concert filmed June 24 at the crop circles. The unusual setting for the concert was inspired by Pink Floyd's Live at Pompeii concert.
MTV Unplugged: Korn is an acoustic live album by the band Korn released worldwide on March 5, 2007 and on the following day in the USA.
It's On! (With "Intro") Clown Love Song Falling Away From Me Here to Stay Counting on Me Somebody Someone Throw Me Away Shoots and Ladders / Need To / Lies / Make Me Bad / Thoughtless / A.D.I.D.A.S. Twist Coming Undone Twisted Transistor Got the Life Encore: Freak on a Leash Blind
A video documenting the process of Korn recording their Life is peachy album, complete with videos for Blind, Shoots & Ladders, Clown and Faget.
Blind Twist Chi Got the Life Good God A.D.I.D.A.S. Porno Creep Shoots and Ladders Justin Beg For Me Freak on a Leash Falling Away From Me Faget My Gift to You
Here to Stay Twist Good God Coming Undone Falling Away From Me Somebody Someone Right Now Shoots and Ladders / One Divine Got the Life Evolution Y'All Want a Single Twisted Transistor Freak on a Leash Clown Blind
Right Now Chi Did My Time Thoughtless Falling Away From Me Coming Undone / We Will Rock You Bagpipe Interlude Helmet in the Bush Here to Stay Freak on a Leash Y'All Want a Single Divine Somebody Someone Encore: Blind Got the Life
Blind Here to Stay Pop a Pill Freak on a Leash (followed by snippet of "… more) Shoots and Ladders / One 4 U Got the Life Alone I Break Oildale (Leave Me Alone) Throw Me Away Get Up! Encore: Falling Away From Me Coming Undone / We Will Rock You / Twisted Transistor / Make Me Bad / Thoughtless / Did My Time / Clown Y'All Want a Single
Lyrical scenes of childhood
Molle mit Korn is a German television series.
Rachawadee, a new teacher living in the dorms by the Royal Family's palace, is determined to discover who murdered the beautiful princess Chak Nang Noi to whom she bears a striking resemblance.
Rachawadee started her career as a teacher at a famous school, located near the remorse palace of the royal family. In the car, on the way from the main gates, she sees a handsome man dressed in a white suit watching her from behind the trees. Rachawadee felt strange as she looks into his eyes but ignored it. All the teachers at this school shared a dorm near the palace. The first-day Rachawadee slept in the teacher's dorm she dreamed of the remorse palace. Someone was quietly calling out her name until she awoke. Eventually, she entered the royal family's palace. On the wall to the left of the door, there was a portrait of a woman who looks like Rachawadee. She later discovers that the portrait was the painting of Jao Nang Noy, the bride of the owner of the palace.
Karageade is a girl who has lots of problems in her life. When she was drunk she unconsciously sign a contract with seven other girls in the Cupid Hut that she will find a boyfriend in one year. Daniel is a half-caste guy who she meet and decide to go after him. Unknown to her Daniel is an undercover cop who is on the job investigate in a case. What will happened when they find out each other problems.
Kiner's Korner was a post game interview show following New York Mets broadcasts hosted by Ralph Kiner. The show aired since the Mets' inaugural season at Shea Stadium in 1964. For years the show followed every Mets home game. The first was on April 30, 1963 with guests Buddy Hackett and Phil Foster. In more recent years as Kiner's workload decreased, the show was on less frequently, usually following home games on free television.
A funny comedy about a various adventures of Körner (Grains) family and their dog.
Jim grew up in a wealthy family with a high social status. Being the only child, he is adored by both his parents and doesn't realise that he misses one aspect in life: Helping others. When he returns from studying abroad, he meets the motivated country girl, Noona. Her outgoing but selfless personality teaches Jim that true happiness comes from helping others, and especially helping the people that you most love. Jim discovers that his father sends money to Noona's village every month. Knowing this, he seeks out to her village to get the money back, but instead he is stuck there for a month while they try to earn enough money for him. Determined to always gain his own profit, he goes through a wild journey of love, happiness, anger and sorrow. This lakorn portrays a story of a young man who once was an arrogant and selfish person, willing to get the better end of the deal, until he meets a beautiful and wide-eyed girl who shows him how to truly survive in the world by helping others.