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Word Up! 00:02:53

Korn, Associated Performer, Main Artist, Producer - TOBY WRIGHT, Producer, Recording Engineer - Jonathan Davis, Producer - Larry Blackmon, Composer, Lyricist - Dave Colvin, Assistant Engineer - Aaron Swihart, Assistant Engineer - Tomi Jenkins, Composer, Lyricist - TOM LORD-ALGE, Mixing Engineer - Femio Hernandez, Mixing Engineer

(P) 2004 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

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Word Up! (Dr. Octavo Metatron Radio Edit) 00:03:55

Korn, Associated Performer, Main Artist, Producer - TOBY WRIGHT, Producer, Recording Engineer - Jonathan Davis, Producer - Larry Blackmon, Composer, Lyricist - Dave Colvin, Assistant Engineer - Aaron Swihart, Assistant Engineer - Tomi Jenkins, Composer, Lyricist - TOM LORD-ALGE, Mixing Engineer - Femio Hernandez, Mixing Engineer - Dr. Octavo, Re-Mixer

(P) 2004 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

3
Word Up! (Clak Remix) 00:03:52

Korn, Associated Performer, Main Artist, Producer - Claude Sarne - Leo Ross, Guitar - Larry Blackmon, Composer, Lyricist - TOBY WRIGHT, Producer, Recording Engineer - Jonathan Davis, Producer - Tomi Jenkins, Composer, Lyricist - Doug Tranton, Engineer - Dave Colvin, Assistant Engineer - Aaron Swihart, Assistant Engineer - TOM LORD-ALGE, Mixing Engineer - Femio Hernandez, Mixing Engineer - Atticus Ross, Programmer, Re-Mixer

(P) 2004 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

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Word Up! (Damizza Ree Mix) 00:06:36

Korn, Associated Performer, Main Artist, Producer - Howie Hersh, Keyboards - Larry Blackmon, Composer, Lyricist - TOBY WRIGHT, Producer, Recording Engineer - Jonathan Davis, Producer - Florian Ammon, Engineer - Tomi Jenkins, Composer, Lyricist - Geoff Schroer, Engineer - Dave Colvin, Assistant Engineer - Aaron Swihart, Assistant Engineer - Jeremy Mackenzie, Assistant Engineer - TOM LORD-ALGE, Mixing Engineer - Femio Hernandez, Mixing Engineer - Damizza, Drum Programmer, Re-Mixer - Michael Schlesinger, Re-Mixer

(P) 2004 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

5
Word Up! (Dante Ross Remix) 00:03:12

Korn, Associated Performer, Main Artist, Producer - Gabby Abulrauch, Guitar - Pete Levin, Keyboards - Kmoy, Bass, Keyboards - Larry Blackmon, Composer, Lyricist - Dante Ross, Drum Programmer, Keyboards, Re-Mixer - Tomi Jenkins, Composer, Lyricist - TOBY WRIGHT, Producer, Recording Engineer - Jonathan Davis, Producer - Dave Colvin, Assistant Engineer - Aaron Swihart, Assistant Engineer - TOM LORD-ALGE, Mixing Engineer - Femio Hernandez, Mixing Engineer - DJ EMZ, Drum Programmer - Bo Bodie, Re-Mixer

(P) 2004 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

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Word Up! (Speakeasy Mix) 00:03:01

Korn, Associated Performer, Main Artist, Producer - TOBY WRIGHT, Producer, Recording Engineer - Jonathan Davis, Producer - Larry Blackmon, Composer, Lyricist - Dave Colvin, Assistant Engineer - Aaron Swihart, Assistant Engineer - Tomi Jenkins, Composer, Lyricist - TOM LORD-ALGE, Mixing Engineer - Femio Hernandez, Mixing Engineer - Eric Stamile, Re-Mixer

(P) 2004 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

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