The Sun City Girls album Carnival Folklore Resurrection #11/12 (2004) features a message from Harmony Korine left on Alan Bishop's answering machine. The track is titled Straight Outta The Mental Ward. The CD was first released in a limited number of 400 but later was given a second and final release of 600. The album also features the track Nibiru, an original composition for Above the Below.
Ease Down the Road, singer-songwriter Will Oldham's second album under his Bonnie 'Prince' Billy moniker, features an appearance by Harmony Korine on the track A King at Night. Korine contributes backing vocals and shouting to the song. The album was released on March 19, 2001.
Bonnie 'Prince' Billy - Ease Down the Road
The inside sleeve of James William Hindle's self-titled album from 2001 features photography by Harmony Korine.
Gummo features music by Harmony Korine performing under the name Puerto Rican Crime.
K.K.K.K.K., the second album from Japanese singer Kahimi Karie, features the track Harmony Korine, written by Momus and Tomoki Kanda. The album was released on August 25, 1998.
The lyrics for Kahimi Karie's Harmony Korine are as follows: