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Discussion in 'Children Of Bodom' started by sir Royal Eddie, Mar 16, 2007.

  1. sir Royal Eddie

    sir Royal Eddie Awesome Member

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    My friend wants to know what the most technical Children of Bodom song is, and I couldn't name it, so what do you guys think it is? Haha I know dumb question but I can't let my bud go un-answered
     
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    Most of them are. All of the solos are and alot of the rhythm and lead parts during the verses/choruses etc. There's not really any point arguing about "the most technical" when you're referring to Children Of Bodom.
     
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    666laiho_4evacobhc The office is clothes.

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    Warheart is right but imo, the solos in KtS is downright hard. It's terribly difficult to make it sound good cause it have to be perfectly accurate,especially the last run of the last solo ( which I can't)
     
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    i reckon the sixpounder solo the first one. passage to the reaper possibly. the word technical and CoB dont really go
     
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    every solos is kinda technical but the rythm is easy as hell...Bodom is a lead guitar band and not rythm god!
     
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    Not really. There's alot of tricky rhythms that are very far from being "easy as hell".
     
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    when I say easy I mean that almost every good guitar player could play it.
     
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    That's not easy then is it. The Smoke on the Water riff is "easy as hell".
     
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    in your face is easy too
     
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    something wild album is really technical...
     
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    Kissing the Shadows has some uber technical solos. Toward Dead End is not so much technical as it is fast. Lake Bodom's intro and solos are reasonably techy, along with parts of Red Light In My Eyes pt. 2 and parts of Deadnight Warrior.

    If you're looking for technicality outside of CoB, however, Cacophony is a must-listen.
     

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