|Song||Freak On A Leash|
|Album||Follow The Leader|
|Director||Jonathan Dayton & Valerie Faris|
|Director||Jonathan Dayton, Valerie Faris|
|Awards||Best Video - MTV Video Awards 1999|
|Notes||Jonathan Dayton: _We did a whole day of filming where we shot real bullets through objects, and we put our computer-generated bullet on top of the real bullet. So the whole relationship of a bullet moving through space and destroying objects was based on an actual moving bullet, which we filmed at 2,500 fps. All of the bullets were fired on a firing range with the objects bluescreened into the location -- we never shot a bullet across a crowded office building or through a children's birthday party, of course._; Valerie Faris: _In some cases we slowed the bullet down a little. For the glass of milk, you might see one or two frames of the bullet, but you wouldn't catch enough of the collision, even going at 2,500 fps. But all of it was fun. Not the shooting so much, but the explosions and seeing how these bullets would shatter their targets. (With Korn's bullet-holed performance space), it was a bit over the top to film it that way. It's funny -- since then we've had a couple of bands wanting us to shoot their music videos that way. They all want to be in the same kind of room._|
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Something takes a part of me.|
Something lost and never seen.
Everytime I start to believe,
Something's raped and taken from me... from me.
Life's got to always be messing with me. (You wanna see the light)
Can't they chill and let me be free? (So do I)
Can't I take away all this pain. (You wanna see the light)
I try to every night, all in vain... in vain.
Sometimes I cannot take this place.
Sometimes it's my life I can't taste.
Sometimes I cannot feel my face.
You'll never see me fall from grace
Something takes a part of me.