Live "Family Values" Album Captures Tour Highlights

Those who missed out on last year's wildly successful, Korn-sponsored Family Values Tour will be able to hear and see what they missed when the "Family Values" album and video arrives in stores on March 30.

The record and video will feature songs from all six of the acts who appeared on the Family Values line-up, including Incubus -- who stepped in for Ice Cube when the rapper had to leave the raucous road show early in order to start work on a film with George Clooney and Mark Wahlberg.

Track-wise the biggest winner of the "Family Values" album would be the new millennium metallurgists in Orgy, who are represented by a trio of cuts -- including its popular cover of New Order's "Blue Monday." Not faring quite as well is Rammstein, who only managed to land a single tune, "Du Hast," onto the "tour souvenir" record.

Other highlights include a previously unreleased Limp Bizkit song, "Cambodia," which the band wrote while on the road in support of 1997's "Three Dollar Bill Y'all." "Cambodia"

has become a staple of Bizkit's live set, although representatives for the band were not sure if Limp Bizkit planned to record a studio version of the song for its new

Korn has already announced tentative plans to remount the "Family Values" expedition at some point this year (see "Family Values Tour To Return In 1999..."), but there's no word yet on who might appear on the bill.

The track listing for the "Family Values" album:

    Incubus:
  • "New Skin"

    Orgy:

  • "Dissention"
  • "Gender"
  • "Blue Monday"

    Limp Bizkit:

  • "Cambodia"
  • "Faith"
  • "Jump Around"

    Ice Cube:

  • "Check Yo Self"
  • "Natural Born Killaz"
  • "Straight Outta Compton/F*** tha Police"
  • "Wicked"

    Rammstein:

  • "Du Hast"

    Korn:

  • "Shot Liver Medley"
  • "Freak on a Leash"
  • "Twist/Chi"
  • "Got the Life"