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Encyclopedia > No Place to Hide
"No Place To Hide"
"No Place To Hide" cover
Single by KoЯn
from the album Life Is Peachy
Released 1996
Format 7", CD
Recorded 1996
Genre Nu metal
Length 3:31
Label Epic Records
Producer(s) Ross Robinson
Chart positions
KoЯn singles chronology
Need To
(1995)
"No Place To Hide"
(1996)
"A.D.I.D.A.S."
(1996)

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Success

This is considered the band's first song that caught the attention of MTV and gained reasonable airplay, especially in the UK. Although there wasn't a video shot for this single, MTV made custom video made of clips from parts of Who Then Now? and the band's previous music videos. MTV (Music Television) is an American cable television network headquartered in New York City. ... Who Then Now? was released on VHS on March 18, 1997. ...


In 1998 this single was a Grammy nominee for Best Metal Performance. It was Korn's second nomination in this category.


Possible meaning

"No Place to Hide" appears to have various themes. One could be that while Jonathan Davis exposes his painful past to the world he has no secrets left, and no comfort zones. He feels raped because Korn is becoming the next big thing and the media takes advantage of him pouring his soul out. This theme follows that of "Freak On A Leash" where he feels he is just used by the industry to make money. Jonathan Houseman Davis (born January 18, 1971) is the vocalist for the multiplatinum nu-metal band, Korn. ... Freak on a Leash is the most famous of all of Korns singles. ...


Track listing

CD 1:

  1. "No Place To Hide" (Album Version) – 3:31
  2. "Sean Olsen" – 4:45
  3. "Proud" – 3:14

CD 2:

  1. "No Place To Hide" (Album Version) – 3:31
  2. "Shoots And Ladders" (Dust Brothers Industrial Mix) – 3:50
  3. "Shoots And Ladders" (Dust Brothers Hip Hop Mix) – 4:07

External links

  • Lyrics
KoЯn
Jonathan Davis | James "Munky" Shaffer | Reginald "Fieldy" Arvizu | David Silveria
Former Members: Brian "Head" Welch
Korn discography
Albums and extended plays: Korn | Life Is Peachy | Follow the Leader | Issues | Untouchables | Take a Look in the Mirror | Greatest Hits, Volume 1 | See You on the Other Side | Live And Rare | (Untitled Eighth Album)
Videography: Who Then Now? | Family Values Tour 1998 | Deuce | Korn Live | Live On The Other Side
Singles: Blind | Shoots and Ladders | Clown | Need To | No Place To Hide | A.D.I.D.A.S. | Good God | All In The Family | Got The Life | Freak on a Leash | Children of the Korn | B.B.K. | Falling Away From Me | Make Me Bad | Somebody Someone | Here to Stay | Thoughtless | Alone I Break | Did My Time | Right Now | Y'All Want a Single | Everything I've Known | Word Up! | Another Brick in the Wall | Twisted Transistor | Coming Undone | Politics
Related content
Family Values Tour | Korn's Groovy Pirate Ghost Mystery | Korn (awards and nominations)| limp bizkit
Categories: Korn | Korn albums | Korn songs

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