KORN: MTV 'Unplugged' Setlist Revealed
According to Korn.Simpol.Net, unconfirmed reports are coming in that KORN played a 14-song acoustic set for MTV's "Unplugged" last night (Saturday, December 9) at the MTV studios in Times Square, New York City. Joining KORN for select songs in the set were EVANESCENCE lead singer Amy Lee and members of THE CURE.
Until yesterday, KORN had only played five acoustic songs in their career, but last night played some of their biggest hits.
KORN - MTV's "Unplugged" setlist (December 9, 2006) (in no particular order):
02. Falling Away From Me
04. Freak on a Leash (feat. Amy Lee)
05. Hollow Life
06. Love Song
07. Creep (RADIOHEAD cover)
08. Got the Life
09. Twisted Transistor
10. Coming Undone
12. Make Me Bad and Come Back (with THE CURE)
13. No One's There
14. Throw Me Away
The show — which will be broadcast in America, Europe and Asia — is expected to air sometime in February 2007 via all MTV-related channels, including MTV.com.
The CD "MTV Unplugged: Korn", produced and directed by Alex Coletti, will hit stores on Tuesday, February 20, 2007.
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