KORN Singer Talks About Covering PINK FLOYD For Greatest Hits CD
KORN will include covers of PINK FLOYD's "Another Brick in the Wall" and PUBLIC ENEMY's "Fight the Power" on their forthcoming best-of set, due this fall, according to MTV.com. The PINK FLOYD classic was produced collectively by KORN, while "Fight the Power" was helmed by singer Jonathan Davis and Lil Jon. Both songs were recorded in mid-May.
"PINK FLOYD's an amazing band," Davis told MTV.com. "They always set a mood. The movie 'The Wall' is amazing. There were three versions of it on the original album, so we made it into one long song with 'Goodbye Cruel World' at the end."
KORN have included "Another Brick in the Wall" in their European shows, including a recent headlining performance in Berlin (download live recording here). The band plan to shoot a video in early July for whichever cover is designated to be the first single from the greatest-hits album.
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