KORN fan site KornWeb.cjb.net is reporting that a 90-second audio sample of KORN and XZIBIT's newly recorded cover of PUBLIC ENEMY's "Fight the Power" has been posted online at the official web site of the upcoming movie "XXX: State of the Union". To check out the sample, go to this location, click "Enter Site", and when it loads, on the upper right it says "Launch XXX Audio Player". An MP3 rip of the sample can also be downloaded from the Life Is Korn Venezuela web site at this location.KORN and XZIBIT's cover "Fight the Power" is among the exclusive tracks that will be found on the soundtrack for "XXX: State of the Union". Due April 19 via Jive, the set also features the new song "Anybody Seen the Po-Po" from ICE CUBE, who stars in the film with Samuel L. Jackson, Willem Defoe and Xzibit, according to Billboard.com. "XXX: State of the Union" opens April 29 in U.S. theaters. It's the sequel to the 2002 film "XXX", which starred Vin Diesel; its soundtrack debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's Top Soundtracks chart.
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