Recorded between March and May 1998, first with producer Steve Thompson and then with Toby Wright, Follow the Leader seethes with confessional, self-directed rage, fuzzy seven-string–guitar riffs, elastic funk bass lines, hip-hop beats and galactic effects, and the songs swell and sway in intensity, peaking with apoplectic fury. Yet, for every weird noise, dinosaur-stomp rhythm and agonized vocal, the album is loaded with king-sized hooks, not just in Jonathan Davis' melodic, new-wave influenced vocals, but also in the disco beat of "Got the Life," the scat passage of "Freak on a Leash" and the elliptical guitars, colossal surge and morbid shout-along of "Dead Bodies Everywhere," which the singer wrote about his years working in a mortuary. Revolver Staff
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