About “Michael & Geri”
“Michael & Geri” is a hidden song by Korn from their album Korn.
An argument between and man named Michael and his wife Geri about the exhaust manifold of a Dodge Dart that appears about 5 minutes after the song Daddy ends. The recording was found in an abandoned house the album producer was cleaning.
The self-titled debut album by Korn, released in 1994, is considered a pioneering album in the development of nu-metal, a sub-genre of heavy metal that incorporates elements of hip-hop, alternative rock, and grunge. With this album, Korn introduced their unique and distinctive sound, characterized by heavy guitar riffs, down-tuned bass, and aggressive vocals.
Korn contains 12 tracks, including the hit singles “Blind” and “Shoots and Ladders,” and covers a range of heavy themes such as drug addiction, child abuse, and personal struggle. The band’s raw and intense energy is evident throughout the album, particularly on tracks like “Clown” and “Faget.”
Korn was well-received by both fans and critics and is considered a classic in the nu-metal genre. It has since been certified 2x Platinum in the United States and has influenced countless bands in the heavy metal and alternative rock scenes.
How to find “Michael & Geri”
On CD: Begins at 14:05 of track #12 (“Daddy”)
Listen to “Michael & Geri”
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