Follow the Leader (Korn) Easter Egg - Hidden Song and Dialouge

Skip to the Last Track, Skip up to about 7 or 8 minutes. You will hear some dialouge and then a song.

User Rating:
6.7
  6.7/10 with 122 votes
Contributed By: Matt Bennett on 08-15-1999
Reviewed By: Webmaster
Special Requirements: CD-Player, Korn's Follow the Leader
Please correct this Egg if you see errors.

Pictures and Videos

None posted yet. Send us yours and be the first!

Comments

Well, actually it goes like this: the song was written by Cheech Marin. He provides backing vocals for it, while the rest of the band: Fieldy on lead vocals Dave Silveria on bass Jonathan Davis on drums Head and Munky switch guitar parts so there! And it's an awesome track. Also look out for: -the argument at the end of "Korn" -The studio version of "twist" on "Life Is Peachy" -"Blind live" on the end of "Family Values '98" -10 minutes of white noise on "Issues"
22 of 26 people found this comment helpful. Did you? Yes No
monkey writes:
This song is entitled "Earache My Eye." It's an old Cheech and Chong song, and rumor has it that Cheech Marin sang it with the band. When I saw Korn live, Fieldy sang it, David played bass, and Jonathon played drums.
15 of 21 people found this comment helpful. Did you? Yes No
Tighr writes:
On the CD, "Earache my Eye" is sung by Cheech Marin and Fieldy supplies additional vocals.
12 of 18 people found this comment helpful. Did you? Yes No
Sonic writes:
Actually if you listen to the KoRn album at the beginning of Clown a member of KoRn says 'I wish we could play Twist on this f*ckin' tape' and then Jonothan says 'Wanna Hear It?' Sonic
9 of 12 people found this comment helpful. Did you? Yes No
huntermc writes:
That's not just a rumor, it's a well known fact that it is Cheech Marin doing the vocals. This song has also been covered by Soundgarden (on the Louder Than Live video and promo CD), Scatterbrain, and Mr. Bungle (played live only).
6 of 7 people found this comment helpful. Did you? Yes No
Fromw hat I heard the line up for the cover goes: Fieldy: Vocals jonathon Davis: Drums David: Bass Head & Munky: Switches channels
6 of 7 people found this comment helpful. Did you? Yes No
Yes. The noise at the end of the last track on "Issues" is called, white noise. And there seems to be quite alot of it too. O_o
6 of 8 people found this comment helpful. Did you? Yes No
KiWiDaviD writes:
On the bonus CD with FTL, there is footage of koRn (possibly from koRnTV) that shows Cheech Marin recording the song.
5 of 7 people found this comment helpful. Did you? Yes No
Fat Fleece writes:
Ball Tongue is not jibberish. Head does back up vocals and if you go to the web site www.KoRnweb.com you can get the lyrics to Ball Tongue. He is saying the words do fast that it sound like jibberish. Head also sings "Lowrider", he sings the chorus in "Lies", backup for "Blind" and backup for "Ball Tongue.
7 of 11 people found this comment helpful. Did you? Yes No
Tiki writes:
There are credits for the song on the inside of the booklet, crediting Cheech Marin.
4 of 6 people found this comment helpful. Did you? Yes No
DeLiRiUm writes:
Well, head does after all have the title of "Guitarist/Backup Vocals". So wouldn't that mean he did backups on every song with backup vocals?
3 of 4 people found this comment helpful. Did you? Yes No
djayowens writes:
Just before the secret song on "Folow The Leader" the people talking are Fieldy and Brian "Head" Welch. They are smoking weed and eatig tacos.
8 of 14 people found this comment helpful. Did you? Yes No
Draco writes:
The bonus track on "Follow the Leader" is called "Earache my Eye" and is sung by Korn and Cheech Martin (read the inlay card or visit the website!!). This is not the only bonus track Korn have done. On the first album, let the disc play on after "Daddy" to hear a conversation between Munky's parents (or so I've been told) and on "Life is Peachy" play on at the end of the last track to hear Jon recording the vocals to Twist (this song was apparently written by Jon after fans pestered him to find out what he was saying in "Balltongue"....they didn't realise it was just jibberish and wanted to believe it was some sort of message)
3 of 5 people found this comment helpful. Did you? Yes No
RXRob writes:
The dialogue is the band discussing what drugs they have taken. The names of the drugs are censored for legal reasons
4 of 7 people found this comment helpful. Did you? Yes No
'Issues' ends with minutes full of TV static. Their very next music video ("Here To Stay") from their next album, 'Untouchables', starts with TV static. On "Clown", we hear the band talking and someone says, "wish we could put 'Twist' on the tape." "Twist" later appeared as the first track on the next album, 'Life is Peachy'.
0 of 0 people found this comment helpful. Did you? Yes No
bosKo writes:
Earache My Eye is originally from Cheech Martin, he sings it in Cheech & Chong, Up In Smoke [really good movie]. Jon is on the drums, you can hear a guy say it in the song as it goes into that slow beat.
1 of 3 people found this comment helpful. Did you? Yes No
GraaL writes:
Wrong! At 9 min 40 seconds you hear some of the band talking at 10 min 51 seconds the song starts.
3 of 9 people found this comment helpful. Did you? Yes No
Hey guess what!YOU R WRONG! self titled has a hidden track of a woman and manfighting about a car...this is not munky's parents or any band members parents...they found it lyin around the studio and thought it was funny so they put it on...life is peachy has a secret track of twist with the music really low...listen close and u can hear it PLUS!twist doesnt mean anything about the fans, all jon did was go into the studio one day when he was really really pissed and recorded the song off the top of his head...and yes cheech does sing on the follow the leadersecret track...i found this out cause on the original version he does not say"money ca ching...ca ching" or "i'm so bloody rich"...issues also has a "hidden" track on the last song...they said it is supposed to be the sound a tv makes when the channel isnt there..ya know it looks like snow...just a couple facts comin from a die hard KoRn fan
11 of 25 people found this comment helpful. Did you? Yes No


Register - Privacy Policy - About Us - Contact Us