Review Summary: Finally! I found one that sucks...
When it comes to KoRn, I'll have to admit that I can't find one album that justifies a 1/5. But I was asked to find just one thing that I couldn’t stand from Korn. Well, after doing some research, I found two things. I found a Korn: Live & Unplugged deal that I found to be pretty uninteresting, but at least I knew the point of that whole ordeal. I can’t say the same for this compilation however.
We already know that Korn has released one greatest hits album now that contained songs from their first six studio albums. While even that was a pretty big disappointment, it still gave a solid basis for some decent Korn hits. This on the other hand is nothing more than a disguised released that contains damn near nothing from the true best of Korn. Trash, Daddy, K@#&!, none of these are on here, so I’m not buying into the fact that this is the best.
One of my biggest upsets about this album is the last track on it, which is the atrocity from TALITM that featured Nas. This song was one of the biggest disappointments for Korn. If they wanted to bring on a guest-star song, they should've used "Wicked", or "Children of the Korn", not this crap.
Well, to conclude, this is by no means the best of Korn and it has nothing to offer anyone who might be looking for an interest in the nu-metal prodigy's. If you're already a fanboy, you own all of these anyway, and there are no b-sides or anything, it's useless. It certainly doesn’t contain anything that Korn were truly remembered for, and was a release that should've never been.