I never (never ever ever nerver) have liked Korn, but I just had to watch this video…
Howard Stern on his radio show this morning:
“It?s probably the most inspirational, the most spectacular understanding of what?s going on in this country right now. I believe that young people ? I?m talking about people 18, 16, 20 ? are freaking out right now because of what is going on with the religious right. They are angry. They are angry about the corporations running the music business. They are angry with the radio business. They are angry. And this Korn video, if you can get your hands on it, is the best music video I have ever seen.”
The video shows the members of Korn smashing up the inside of a brick-and-mortar record chain while thought-provoking truths about the big business of music flash up on the screen. Shot at an out-of-business Los Angeles record store, the enraged band storm through the aisles, violently smashing more than 20,000 CDs and display cases with crowbars. Fans join the frenzy as windows are broken and the store is ultimately destroyed. Interspersed with the band footage are statements questioning the practices of the music industry:
OK, I made the last one up. Anyway, watch the video here.