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Discussion in 'Children Of Bodom' started by Altitudes, Oct 28, 2007.
yeah me too.
btw: wow....you just pulled off a perfect triple post
As a guitar-illiterate poster, you lost me. But whatever, if it sounds badass, I'd be all for it.
Dude you have the most awesome name ever.
with better guitarists.
Hey Joonas, why don't you start speculating if it's Good Morning Roadkill or Good Mourning Roadkill?
^^ youre my hero dude!!
I was actually thinking about that....'mourning' would make total sense you know? Besides: that fits better with Alexi's underwear! :|
sorry for the Joonas Spoof. it was lame.
Mo(u)rning wood indeed
Thai my rope... Just kidding...
Roadkill is roughly pronounced the same as Wrote Kill...maybe that's gonna be in the songtitle!
and Roadkill is also roughly pronounced as diddly-didly-dump. Now that is gonne be a kick ass song with some heavy riffage and a nice keyboard solo!
Sounds real good, I love progressive metal, it would be just ultimate metal if CoB begun to make more progressive songs keeping the speed in there, wow.
Quess we'll soon have a 45min song from them with 10 solos and just plain cool something,
Well but I hope that Alexi just becomes alittle bit more artistic...
Thay'd be pretty cool,
I would just like to hear them write songs with better structures
Like Sonata Arctica level
They drifted to far from the neo classical days to go back completly
But i think that if they mixed all the sounds together
And made songs with better flow
It would be way sicker than just goin back to the old days
I did but I decided to shut up
I dont even really know what arpegios are
I just know what im talkin bout is called that,lol
"In music, an arpeggio is a broken chord where the notes are played or sung in succession rather than simultaneously. The word, like many other musical terms, originates from Italian, in which it means "in the manner of the harp." The following instruments use arpeggios:
Guitarists use arpeggios extensively in certain genres, such as Neo-classical, and often while employing the sweep-picking technique.
Keyboards such as piano and accordions are used to play arpeggios"
What bodom does or used to do anyway,are called sweep arpeggios
Wtf? No seriously quit the emo shit
^ don't be too shy Joonas with your speculations, at least you are able to keep up some discussion here on topic side. Without you this place would be dead and only thread moving would be COBOT I'm-posting-pictures-of-disabled-kids-as-an-answer-to-everything-because-i'm-so-tr00 threads...
I found it very funny how Joonas is able to get 20 responses for just saying anything, you guys are just so easy....
He does say some ridiculous shit from out of nowhere, and for that I applaud him.
yeah Joonas isn't too bad
I think it's about poeple saying goodmorning to you. :X