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(5) 1996 Unused Korn Life Is Peachy Embroidered Advertising Cloth Patches
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(5) 1996 Unused Korn Life Is Peachy Embroidered Advertising Cloth Patches
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The picture shows a view of all (5) 1996 Unused Korn Life Is Peachy Embroidered Advertising Cloth Patches in this lot. These are dated 1996. All five of them are identical. To judge the sizes the three matching ones each measure about 3-5/8'' x 3-3/4''. All five are in mint unused condition as pictured. Below here is some additional background information that was found on the band Korn and the album ''Life Is Peachy'':

Life Is Peachy
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Life Is Peachy: Studio album by Korn
Released: October 15, 1996
Recorded: April - May 1996 at Indigo Ranch Studios, Malibu, California
Genre: Nu Metal, Rapcore
Length: 48:14
Label: Immortal / Epic
Producer: Ross Robinson

Korn Chronology
Korn (1994)
Life Is Peachy (1996)
Follow the Leader (1998)

''Life Is Peachy'' is Korn's second album. The album was released on October 15, 1996 through Immortal / Epic Records and has sold over 2,850,000 copies worldwide. It was produced by Ross Robinson who also produced their debut album, ''Korn''. The album features a darker sound than the debut album, but contains more unconventional themes. A video was made showing Korn recording ''Life Is Peachy'', entitled ''Who Then Now?'' which was included on the follow up release Deuce. On ''Who Then Now?'' it can be heard that they came in and wrote the entire album in around two days. This is because of their touring for their self titled album and they also wanted to hit the road as soon as possible.

"Low Rider" is a cover of the song by the band ''War'', with vocals by guitarist Brian ''Head'' Welch. ''Porno Creep'' takes the style of the wah-drenched pseudo funk music which features on the soundtracks of many 1970s porn movies. ''K@#%!'' is a song with many obscene lyrics written as a joke to spite radio censors. ''Wicked'' is a cover of Ice Cube's song, performed by Chino Moreno of ''Deftones''. Both bands had played together several times, with Moreno performing the song with Korn on these occasions. A b-side to this album entitled ''Proud'', can be found on the ''I Know What You Did Last Summer'' soundtrack and on ''Live and Rare''. ''Twist'' was a song that Korn were going to use on their self titled album, as they mention it in the intro to ''Clown''. ''No Place To Hide'' earned the band a second Grammy nomination in Best Metal Performance category (it was nominated in year 1998).

Under the CD, there is a quote from the country and western song ''Streets of Bakersfield'', which was written for Buck Owens by Homer Joy. The album debuted on the #3 spot on The Billboard 200, selling 106,000 of copies in its first week despite minimal radio airplay and TV attention. To date, it has sold over 2 million units in the United States. This album is considered by many fans and critics alike to be Korn's signature sound and the definitive sound of the nu-metal genre.

Track listing
1. ''Twist'' 0:50
2. ''Chi'' 3:55
3. ''Lost'' 2:55
4. ''Swallow'' 3:38
5. ''Porno Creep'' 2:01
6. ''Good God'' 3:20
7. ''Mr. Rogers'' 5:10
8. ''K@#%!'' 3:02
9. ''No Place to Hide'' 3:31
10. ''Wicked'' ft. Chino Moreno (Ice Cube Cover) 4:00
11. ''A.D.I.D.A.S.'' 2:32
12. ''Low Rider'' (War Cover) 0:58
13. ''Ass Itch'' 3:39
14. 'Kill You'' 8:38
15. At the end there is an acappella (with tambourine) version of Twist.

Original release bonus disc
1. ''Chi'' (live) - KoRn
2. ''All Washed Up'' (live) - The Urge
3. ''Hilikus'' - Incubus
During the recording of this album, the following songs were also written:
Proud - 3:14 (released on the I Know What You Did Last Summer soundtrack),
Kick The P.A. - 3:21 (eventually released on the soundtrack to Spawn),
Engine #9 - (unrecorded cover by Deftones),
Ain't Goin' Out Like That - (unrecorded cover by Cypress Hill)

Credits
Rob Agnello - Mixing Assistant
Fieldy - Bass
Jonathan Davis - Vocals, Bagpipes (''Low Rider''), Guitar (''Mr. Rogers'', ''Kill You''), Drums
Chuck Johnson - Cowbell (''Low Rider''), Mixing
Richard Kaplan - Mixing
Peter Katsis - Executive Producer
Korn - Arranger, Art Direction
Jeffrey Evan Kwatnetz - Executive Producer
Scott Leberecht - Cover Design
Tom Lord-Alge - Mixing
Chino Moreno - Vocals (''Wicked'')
Martin Riedl - Photography
Eddy Schreyer - Mastering
James ''Munky'' Shaffer - Guitar
David Silveria - Drums
Stephen Stickler - Photography
Brian ''Head'' Welch - Guitar, Vocals

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(5) 1996 Unused Korn Life Is Peachy Embroidered Advertising Cloth Patches


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