Refers to any car produced by Ford in 1932. These cars are extremely popular among street rod enthusiasts. Most were powered by Ford's (then) powerful flathead V8, but they were also available with four and six cylinder engines. They were built as coupes, roadsters and sedans. Many sedans have been converted to phaetons by enthusiasts.

"Who Then Now 2, Bitch?!" - Brian "Head" Welch, Guitar, Korn

Deuce is a DVD released by Korn on the 27th July 2002. It contains lots of information on the band's history, from their roots in Bakersfield CA, right up to their Mainstream success. most of it was shot by Korn backstage, and some of it is interview footage and live performances. It also features video biographies (with nickname origins), music videos (with "making of" featurettes) and secret easter eggs and surprises.

The actual DVD is suprisingly good value for money. For the price of a regular DVD, you get at least 2 hours of footage of the band doing pretty much anything from playing basketball to Head's birthday party. And apart from the main fotage itself, there are loads of extra bits thrown about all over the place. Not only that, but it also comes with their best selling 1997 release "Who Then Now" video for free included on the DVD.

One thing that not many DVDs get is an interesting interactive menu. Not this one. In this DVD, you are introduced to the "Asylum", a Silent Hill type mental hospital/morgue with blood, leeches, grime and dead bodies everywhere (pun intended). It's made even cooler when you hear vocalist Jonathan Davis whisper and scream in the background, things such as "In Here..." and "Push the Switch...". Bloody Marvellous.

While you could easily watch everything within one sitting, there is an awful lot of stuff to watch. So If you plan to do that, don't buy it. Once you watch it all, chances are you aren't going to watch it again. Otherwise, if you are an avid Korn fan, I suggest you buy it.

DVD Titles:

  1. Opening/logos
  2. Asylum!
  3. Climb Walls
  4. Head's birthday party
  5. Cameltosis
  6. A.D.I.D.A.S live
  7. Fieldy Gag Reel
  8. ADIDAS - Behind The Scenes
  9. Got The Life - Behind The Scenes
  10. Falling Away From Me - Behind The Scenes
  11. Make Me Bad - Behind The Scenes
  12. Somebody Someone - Behind The Scenes
  13. Make Me Bad Remix Video
  14. Soulmates
  15. Fieldy BBK
  16. Yum
  17. Dopelganger
  18. Korn - Issues Live At The Apollo
  19. Jon Gag Reel
  20. Drunken Munky
  21. No Beer
  22. "Do You Have Issues?" Commercial
  23. Korn Is Given The Key To Bakersfield
  24. Munky Bump
  25. My Gift To You
  26. Fieldy Drinks
  27. Jon's Sobriety
  28. Korn Cover Contest Commercial
  29. The Field Dog's Basement
  30. Halloween Solos
  31. Munky Gag Reel
  32. Head Gag Reel
  33. Yo N***a
  34. Head dents a car
  35. Vampire
  36. Get Your Swerve On
  37. Porno Creep live
  38. The Night Before Christmas
  39. Korn is Given The Key To Bakersfield (I know, double)
  40. Career Retrospective
  41. Who Then Now? (sepearte chapters)
  42. Blind, Shoots And Ladders, Clown and Faget videos(separate chapters)
  43. Same as 42
  44. Same as 42 and 43
  45. Deuce (separate chapters)
  46. A.D.I.D.A.S, Got The Life, Freak On A Leash, Falling Away From Me, Make Me Bad, Someobdy Someone videos(separate chapters)
  47. Same as 46
  48. Same as 46 and 47
  49. Head
  50. David
  51. Fieldy
  52. Faget
  53. Munky
  54. Freak On A Leash - Behind The Scenes
  55. Career Retrospective

Easter Egg Secrets:

The Night Before Christmas:
Enter 353636879 as the code for the switch box, then press the right arrow.

Korn album sales (short):
Enter 9876555 as the code for the switch box, then press the right arrow.

X-Ray Lab/Biographies:
Enter 771994 as the code for the switch box, then press the right arrow.

Autopsy Room:
Press the Left Dial, Center, Right, Right arrow, bottom UV meter, top UV meter and the right arrow at the power box.

If you have found any more easter eggs, /msg me and I will add it.

CzarKhan says re Deuce: I keep having this problem with this, if I watch it on my TV it has this split lines thing, but if I watch it on my computer it's fine.

Anyone else having this problem? Know hoe to fix it? /msg me and I'll add it.

Total Running Time: Approx. 2.5 hours
Dual-layer Format
Region 1 and 2 are out now.

A Mid 90s UK pop band, perhaps most famous for their album 'On The Loose!'. Members are Kelly, Craig, Lisa and paul.

Apparently the catchphrase of the band was "Keep it Deucy!", which makes little sense now, but in the pop music fueled madness that was the 90s this somehow was spawned.

The most famous Deuce tracks are probably 'Call it Love' and 'On the Bible', both of which are excellent tracks. Perhaps being one of the best examples of pop music from circa 1995 Deuce somehow seem to be the blueprint by which ant manufactured pop band is now created, from the balance of men and women to the catchy bouncy beats, Deuce are a band who knew the future of music. Inside the inlay for 'On the Loose!' is the legend "Kitsch goes Klassic", to me these words best describe the pop music of Deuce.

Deuce (?), n. [F. deux two, OF. deus, fr. L. duo. See Two.]

1. Gaming

Two; a card or a die with two spots; as, the deuce of hearts.

2. Tennis

A condition of the score beginning whenver each side has won three strokes in the same game (also reckoned "40 all"), and reverted to as often as a tie is made until one of the sides secures two successive strokes following a tie or deuce, which decides the game.


© Webster 1913.

Deuce, n. [Cf. LL. dusius, Armor, dus, teuz, phantom, specter; Gael. taibhs, taibhse, apparition, ghost; or fr. OF. deus God, fr. L. deus (cf. Deity.)]

The devil; a demon.

[A euphemism, written also deuse.] [Low]


© Webster 1913.

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