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Discussion in 'Children Of Bodom' started by HateCrewDeathroll, Nov 16, 2002.

  1. FailingAcension

    FailingAcension Spiffy, eh?

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    Where in centeral Texas?
     
  2. DeadWinterDead

    DeadWinterDead Not What You See

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    They're touring with me. I'll be doing a duet with Alexi.
     
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    I live in a small town called Temple, it's about 45 minutes north of austin around the Killeen Area. I'm moving to Dallas in June tho.
     
  4. FailingAcension

    FailingAcension Spiffy, eh?

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    I know excatly where Temple is. Cool, dude.:)
     
  5. HateCrewDeathroll

    HateCrewDeathroll Child Of Symphony

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    I've got another question for all of you.

    Alexi once said that he got bored of Something Wild in about 6 months because of the mistakes. Has anyone heard any mistakes in this album? If so, where?
     
  6. HateCrewDeathroll

    HateCrewDeathroll Child Of Symphony

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    :eek: :) :D I heard in a review of Hate Crew Deathroll that You're Better Off Dead was the worst song on the album. Is this true?

    If it is true, it must be an awesome album!!
     
  7. dawnghost

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    well I guess so, I don't care for YBOD that much either :p

    the other songs are quite better.
     
  8. Barr WildChild

    Barr WildChild Bambi Slaughter

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    yeah there are better songs on there than YBOD.. especially Needled 24/7.. goddamn I love that song..
     
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    and Little Bloodred Riding Hood!!!!!! :headbang:
     
  10. HateCrewDeathroll

    HateCrewDeathroll Child Of Symphony

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    When i first get the album, should i listen straight through, or is there a paticular song I need to hear first?
     
  11. dawnghost

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    now that's a very good question!!

    if you listen to it straight through, you'll get the feeling it's a VERY heavy album, and you may get some mixed feelings (like I did)

    but if you listen to the most "old bodom"-like songs first, you'll get a better feeling from it... at least it was this way for me.

    so if you want to listen to the most melodic songs first, go through this order:

    - Needled 24/7
    - Chokehold
    - Triple Corpse Hammerblow
    - Little Bloodred Riding Hood

    and then listen to all the others in no paticular order whatsoever. all songs rule anyway. :p
     
  12. HateCrewDeathroll

    HateCrewDeathroll Child Of Symphony

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    I shall follow your advice exactly unless anyone says otherwise. One more question. How is YBOD different from the single. I have the single and I love it, and I'm kind of worried because I don't want the song to change
     
  13. dawnghost

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    hahaha you might find a lot of ppl who'll say otherwise, it was just a suggestion anyway :p

    anyway, I got my songs from mp3 cause the album is gonna take ages till it's available here in Brazil... so my YBOD is the single one, I don't know if it has changed, sorry :cry:
     
  14. HateCrewDeathroll

    HateCrewDeathroll Child Of Symphony

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    Could someone who actually has the album tell me about You're Better Off Dead? :heh:
     
  15. Barr WildChild

    Barr WildChild Bambi Slaughter

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    just listen to it from the beginning.. they (CoB) probably spend days trying to figure out the best way.. maybe.. I know some artist do.. :)
     
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    Barr has a point.

    it's just that I wasn't prepared for Sixpounder for example... it sounded just too different
    still an awesome song though!!!!! :D
     
  17. HateCrewDeathroll

    HateCrewDeathroll Child Of Symphony

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    Man, you guys are making me nervous. Tomorrow I get the album and I'm gonna be too scared to put it on!!

    Here's another question for you...

    Would you say that there talent has increased? Because it obviously has from Something Wild to Follow The Reaper, like the solos and everything are a lot harder as the years go on. Is HCDR the hardest stuff COB has ever done?
    :yow:
     
  18. dawnghost

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    hahahahahaha what a question.

    let's say... COB's HCDR is very unique. you can't compare Norther or Kalmah to COB anymore. :D


    hahahahahaha I know you'll break a sweat when you read this post LOL :lol:
     
  19. bodomite

    bodomite Your Executioner

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    :lol: hahahhaahaha
     
  20. HateCrewDeathroll

    HateCrewDeathroll Child Of Symphony

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    ahaha:lol: But I think you missunderstood me. My question is, has COB grown as a band? Have they gotten better at their instruments and is the music more technical? Like... are the solos the hardest ever?
     

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