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Children of Bodom's borrowed riffs

Discussion in 'Children Of Bodom' started by Inceptionist, Mar 17, 2013.

  1. Inceptionist

    Inceptionist It's Not My Funeral

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    LIST SO FAR:

    Red Light In My Eyes 1 - Bach's Two Part Invention #13 in A minor
    Red Light In My Eyes 2 - Mozart's Sympony #25 and Confutatis
    The Nail - Bach's Tocatta and Fugue, and Ending of Yngwie Malmsteen's "Far Beyond the Sun"

    Hatebreeder- Mozart's Queen of the Night Aria
    Black Widow - Mozart's Concerto 20 in D minor
    Wrath Within - Various Stone songs

    Tokyo Warheart's Intro - Jan Hammer's "Crockett"s Theme"

    Bodom After Midnight - The Rock
    Everytime I Die - Ozzy Osbourne's "Believer"
    Northern Comfort - Guns N' Roses' "Coma"

    Lil Bloodred Ridin Hood - Dissection's "Unhallowed" and "Night's Blood"
    You're Better Off Dead - Megadeth's Take no Prisoners

    Punch Me I Bleed - Pantera's "Hard Lines, Sunken Cheeks"
    Are You Dead Yet? - System of a Down's "Roulette"

    SINERGY:

    Laid to Rest - Fargo theme song

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    So I was listening to Ozzy earlier, and found that the first 30 or so seconds of believer sound the same as the intro of Everytime I Die, especially the live version with harmonics in the beginning.



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    Have any of you found any other "borrowed" riffs? I'd love to hear any others!
     
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    (__Joonas__) † Followed the Reaper †

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    There are many but they've been discussed in the past.
     
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    Sometimes im also playin some stuff on guitar and realise a few hours/days later that im playin something from a song.
     
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    The same :(
     
  5. razor001666

    razor001666 been where, done what?

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    sometimes its pure ripping off.
    for example accept dogs on leads vs. are you dead yeat..

    or was it living dead beat. cant remember anymore
     
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    Lil' Bloodred Ridin' Hood is a straight Dissection rip because it uses 2 of their riffs in same damn song. They didn't even try to hide it.
     
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    That's fucking hilarious LOL. Which Dissection song?
     
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    I think it was Unhallowed.
     
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    Unhallowed and Night's Blood


    riff at 00:10 is similar to the main riff in Unhallowed, and the melody from 00:37 is a slowed down version of the Night's Blood chorus melody

    I'm sure most people here know about it, but I still think it's hilarious they had to use 2 damn riffs.
     
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    Wow, Alexi didn't even try to hide it did he? Because they're pretty damn obvious LOL. I bet he was all like, "I'm just gonna...uhh...take a couple riffs from Dissection...yeah...you can't REAALLY tell. S'all good man. Saul Goodman."
     
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    I recall that Rune once posted two Pantera tracks that were similar to In Your Face & Punch Me I Bleed. Maybe he can post them again, don't know the names anymore.
     
  12. Inceptionist

    Inceptionist It's Not My Funeral

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    Thank you everyone, also tell me if you think this intro sounds similar to the part before the Chorus of Are you dead yet: If this was picked the same way and distorted, I think they're pretty similar.
     
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    Inceptionist It's Not My Funeral

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    I can't find the In your face one, but the Punch Me I Bleed one is Hard Lines, Sunken Cheeks.
     
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    spot on
     
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    Wow, thats some simular stuff indeed :D
     
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    Pantera was a huge influence on Hatecrew Deathroll. Sixpounder is basically Alexi turning "Walk" into a COB song. There's more pantera influences on this album but I can't think of them right now at work.

    And if I remember correctly, lil bloodred was written primarily by Alexander?
     
  17. iPot

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    I'd say it's A New Level rather than Walk. Intro riffs are quite similar and Sixpounder's first bridge is nearly identical to A New Level's bridge/verse.
     
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    LOL oops, that's what I meant.. damn it's been a long time since I listened to Patnera.
     
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