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In June 2002, after two and a half years out of the media spotlight, Korn re-emerged with their 5th album, Untouchables. In contrast with their earlier albums, Untouchables had unacceptable sales. The band have blamed Internet piracy for the drop in sales - as the album was leaked 4 months prior to it's official discharge date.
The album's first single "Here to Stay" earned a Grammy for Best Metal Performance. Untouchables has since been certified Platinum by the RIAA. The first 2 videos from Untouchables were bound for by the Hughes Brothers (best known for their films, Menace II Society and From Hell). The first video, "Here To Stay," has the band live inside a TV on a static background along with notorious news stories and world issues being accessible. The second video, "Thoughtless," was a nod back to Jonathan's childhood as the character in the video is picked on and continuously beaten. He ultimately gains revenge in a rather grotesque but commendable way. The third video for Untouchables, "Alone I Break," was directed by Sean Dack who won the honor of directing Korn's video through an MTV contest. The video kept with the night of Korn , showing Jonathan Davis killing off the members of the band after a theoretical mistake made by Munky when they were the theater. The band later admitted the video would have been more fun to do if the director was in point of fact a Korn fan.
Prior to their next album, Korn released the single Did My Time which was featured on the vinyl to the Angelina Jolie film, Tomb Raider: Cradle of Life in early 2003. Angelina Jolie appeared in the video for Did My Time, however due to setting up conflicts the band's recital was shot at a diverse time and location than Angelina Jolie's. The single Did My Time was also used on the next album.
Korn's sixth album, Take a Look in the Mirror was released in November 2003. Korn produced this proof themselves and cited it as a look back upon their career by frequent back to a more stripped down and raw sound. The album featured the singles, Right Now, Everything I've Known, and Ya'll Want A Single. The first two singles were energetic videos while the third single, Ya'll Want A Single, was a performance video which featured Korn and a large group of fans destroy a record store. The album peaked at No. 9 on The Billboard 200. Although the album provided what the fans were apparently looking for, it was measured a discontent by many who thought the first album could never be duplicated. The album also features the reasserted track "Alive," which is the song Davis sang back in 1994 while first trying out for the band.
In 2004 Korn at large their greatest hits album, Greatest Hits, Volume 1, which featured 2 cover songs and a anthology of the band's hits from the past 10 years. The first single was a cover of the song Word Up originally made accepted by the group Cameo. The second single off of the greatest hits album was a assortment of all 3 parts of Pink Floyd's "Another Brick in the Wall". The song has become a concert staple ever since.