Great B Sides

B-Sides: Korn

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Korn will be celebrating their 25th year as a band this year (2019). On top of that, they are releasing their 13th studio album, The Nothing, in September. This band has been going non-stop for so many years. Throughout that time, they’ve amassed quite the catalog of songs. So many songs, that a lot of them didn’t make it to the albums and got used in other ways, whether it was soundtracks, b-sides, etc. I thought why not delve into some of Korn’s b-sides.
Sean Olson (from The Crow City of Angels Soundtrack):

 

 
Proud (from I Know What You Did Last Summer Soundtrack):

 

 
This Broken Soul (from Debut Album):

 

 
Kick The PA (from Spawn Soundtrack):

 

I Can Remember (from Follow The Leader):

 

Layla (from Debut Album):

 

 

Camel Song (From End Of Days Soundtrack):

 

 

Christmas Song (From Debut Album):

 

 
Haze (From “Untitled”):

 

 

Out Of You (from The Serenity Of Suffering):

 

 

Baby (From The Serenity Of Suffering):

 

 
Calling Me Too Soon (From The Serenity Of Suffering):

 

B-Sides: Audioslave

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The other day I woke up with the Audioslave song “Moth” in my head. That song is from their highly underrated third album, Revelations. If you haven’t ever delved into that one, I suggest you do, it’s incredible! While on my little Audioslave kick, I remembered that there are a few songs that were “B-Sides” and I thought I’d share those with you. So here we go!

Audioslave- Give (from their debut):

 

 

Audioslave- Super Stupid (Funkadelic Cover from Out Of Exile):

 

 

Turn To Gold (Quick Story:  Audioslave was originally called “Civilian.” After they got together and starting recording, a sound technician leaked this song on the internet):

 

B-Sides: Slipknot

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Last week Slipknot released a new song from their upcoming new album, which is due out in 2019. Naturally, I went on a kick of listening to them for a few days. While having my own personal listening party, I started to think about all the b-sides they have from their albums. Well now, here they are.

 

From Slipknot:
Get This:

 

 

Snap:

 

 

Despise:

 

 

Interloper:

 

 

Me Inside:

 

 

Purity:

 

 

From Volume 3- The Subliminal Verses:
Don’t Get Close:

 

 
Scream:

 

 
Danger Keep Away (Full Version):

 

 

From All Hope Is Gone:
Child Of Burning Time:

 

 
Til We Die:

 

 

From .5- The Gray Chapter:
Override:

 

The Burden:

 

B-Sides: Mastodon

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Since the turn of the century, there is a band that I truly feel is the band of the 2000’s. That band is Mastodon. From the moment their album Remission was released all the way till their newest, Emperor Of Sand, Mastodon, has been the most consistent and best band of this new era. On each album they’ve been able to push themselves creatively and have made timeless and classic albums. Mastodon, doesn’t have many b-sides, though I’m sure their vault is full of great songs they didn’t use. Here are a few tracks that didn’t make their albums.

 

Deathbound (from The Hunter):

 

 
The Ruiner (from The Hunter):

 

 

White Walker (from Game Of Thrones Soundtrack:

 

 

 

Cold Dark Place EP (North Side Star, Blue Walsh, Cold Dark Place were recorded for Once More Round The Sun. Toe To Toes was recorded during Emperor Of Sand):

 

B-Sides: Foo Fighters

 

foo-fighters-logoOver the course of the Foo Fighters career and nine albums, they have accumulated quite a few B-sides. Some of these songs are quite awesome and others you can hear why they were left off the records. None the less, you should check out these tracks. You might find some that you really dig.

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B Sides: Nine Inch Nails

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It’s really interesting to think about all the B-sides a band has. A lot of the time the songs that didn’t make the album are actually really good but just didn’t fit in the scheme of things. The other day while in the car with my wife, the Nine Inch Nails song “Non- Entity” came on and it got me thinking about all the songs that Trent has written over the years that didn’t get put on albums or even released. So naturally I went on a binge of listening to all the B-sides, covers and unreleased tracks by Nine Inch Nails that I could. Here are a bunch of my favorites.
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B-Sides: Stone Temple Pilots

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I woke up this morning with Stone Temple Pilots in my head. Specifically the song “Atlanta.” So naturally I did what I always do and put that song on and then just let Number 4 start from the beginning. While listening to STP it got me thinking about their B-sides. Check out their B-sides over the years and songs that were previously unreleased.

 

Only Dying (from Core- Originally intended to be on The Crow Soundtrack):

 

All In The Suit That You Wear (from Thank You- Originally intended for the Spiderman Soundtrack):

 

About A Fool:

 

You Can’t Drive Me Away:

 

Learning To Drive:

 

Heed The Water Whispers:

 

Samba Nova: