Reader Poll Results: Top Five Korn Albums

A couple of weeks ago, we revealed the top five Korn albums based on critical reviews from the music press. Y’all told us how you felt about that article, so we opened it up to you to find out exactly how you would rank the band’s albums, and which ones would make your top five.

Well, we’ve tallied up almost 23,000 votes and come to a final and conclusive All Axess readers’ top five. Some won’t be surprised at the rundown, but we’ll not give anything away other than that. Well, we will also tell you that the band’s untitled album from 2007 was the worst-performing from the whole list of 11, only appearing in 2.1% of people’s top fives, but that’s your last clue.

So, out of the 10 remaining albums, which make the top five? Hit the button below to see how they ranked.

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22 Comments

  1. My list would be like this – 5. Untouchables, 4. Follow The Leader, 3. Life Is Peachy, 2. Issues (underrated, in my opinion), 1. Korn (self-titled)

    • By being a rushed,forced and uninspired old school sounding record made to appease the fans who bitched about Untouchables bringing something more progressive/experimental/whatever to the table.
      I loved the record back then and still jam furiously to Right Now and Break Some Off,but it didn’t stand the test of time compared to the classics IMO. This is my list:

      1.Korn
      2.Life Is Peachy
      3.Issues
      4.Follow The Leader
      5.Untouchables
      6.Take A Look In The Mirror
      7.The Paradigm Shift
      8.See You On The Other Side
      9.The Path Of Totality
      10.Korn 3
      11.Untitled

  2. Paradigm Shift should be in top 5. Ray Luzier is WAY better than cry-baby boy Dave they had before. Watch the FullonDrums Ep. 29 with him playing Love and Meth. I cannot even imagine Silveria moving away from his hi-hats long enough to play half those notes. True artistry with Ray!

  3. Hahaha. Awesome list, dude. Here’s mine:

    1. Issues
    2. Life is Peachy
    3. Follow The Leader
    4. KoRn
    5. Untouchables

    …=)

  4. I’ll take Follow the Leader as the best Korn album. First to last song, its KILLER. I grew up on Korn and have all the albums, I understand those who like older albums. But the consistency, the quality of Follow the Leader is incredible. Glad voters got it right.

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