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What is there to say about Children Of Bodom that hasn’t been said yet?

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In the last eight or so years, the band that darted to international fame with their debut, 1997’s “Something Wild”, has gone from being “this ... Read more in Amazon's Children of Bodom Store

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  • Vinyl (21 April 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Spinefarm
  • ASIN: B00008VGUJ
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,629,152 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By "steven_reid69" on 18 Sept. 2003
Format: Audio CD
Children Of Bodom have surpassed themselves with this album. This is melodic death metal, not black metal as they are sometimes tagged, at it's very best. Even better than In Flames recent releases, the guitar work is nothing short of stunning. The vocals are amazing as well, but it is the music that stands out. The riffs and solos are some of the best I have ever heard. No single track stands out on it's own, every track in a stunner. There are no fillers here, every track is a masterpiece. If you are yet to discover the delights of Bodom and you like metal, you should get this right now. You will not be disapointed. Really stunning.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By "brasshande" on 15 Aug. 2004
Format: Audio CD
The newest release from Childen Of Bodom is probably their strongest to date. It features all the aspects that make CoB such an entertaining and excellent band in the first place, such as the superb mix of Power Metal, Melodic Death and Black Metal vocals that give them such a unique sound, as well as the over-the-top flashy guitar and keyboard pyrotechnics courtesy of Janne Warman and CoB mainman Alexi Laiho, but it also features a harder edge to their sound than ever before. They've never exactly been the most lightweight of Metal bands but on 'Hate Crew Deathroll' the band sound heavier than they ever have done. There's a distinct Pantera influence to the sound nowadays, especially on the songs 'Sixpounder' and apparently deliberately on the title track, which appears to be a Bodomized version of Pantera's 'Rise'. As well as this, the song titles are as brilliant and off-the-wall as ever, with some gems such as 'Bodom Beach Terror' and my personal favourite 'Triple Corpse Hammerblow'. Their tongues may be in their cheeks, but the music is still of the highest order with some massive riffs tailor-made for headbanging, as well as the requisite keyboard and guitar solo frenzy. A simply fantastic Metal album.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Mr S. on 2 Dec. 2004
Format: Audio CD
I've been a fan of C.O.B. for a couple of years now, and i can't say i've ever been disapointed what so ever with any album
of their's! In other words, this is one of the best metal albums in exsistance along with their last two predorcesors.
If you've never heard them before think "Maiden meets In Flames" then sped up slightly!!! Needled 24/7 is like a ten minute epic squeezed into 4mins that will get your arm hairs standing on end, Sixpounder is a pure headbanging song, the many awsome riffs in Angels Don't Kill and Triple Corpse hammerblow, and Bodem Beach Terror will grab you by the balls and make a C.O.B. fan out of you!!! A Band with this much skill don't deserve to have their albums downloaded, so do yourself and them a favour and buy either "Hatecrew Deathroll" Follow The Reaper or Hatebreeder, "Somthing Wild" is also very good but doesn't have much of a leg to stand on compared to the next three. Buy em' luv em'worship the awsome-ness!!!!! TRUST ME OR I'LL HUNT YOU DOWN!!!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Oliver Lockwood on 17 May 2003
Format: Audio CD
A very hard and heavy bodom rings through clear in this album. Whilst still keeping very melodic they manage to take their sound deeper. Right from the first blazing riff and rise with the keyboards, then jumping into the main riff for needled 24/7 you know your in for something special.
The drums in this album definatly make themselves known, whilst on previous albums they seemed to be more in the background for HCD they have brought Jaska's bashings all the way to the front.
After seeing them live I have to say my favourite track from this album is needled 24/7, previously it was lil' bloodred ridin' hood for the gorgeous guitar/keyboard solo that seems to last forever. The title track also doesn't fail to impress.
Overall I would say this is an album of immense quality. It took me a few listens to get into it as it sounds different to previous offerings. However once I got into it I couldn't stop listening. I don't think there is any way in which I can fault it so 5/5 it is.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Icy Sedgwick on 28 Oct. 2003
Format: Audio CD
There are few albums to which the word 'amazing' could be applied after a single listen, but this is most definitely one of them. At four seconds shy of forty minutes, Children of Bodom's latest album is a short but emphatically not sweet example of real metal. Forget masks, baseball caps and sequinned tracksuits, this is pure metal free of gimmickry. The intricate fretwork that often errs into the realm of hedonism recall the glory days of 80s metal, but thanks to a stellar production job the bass is levelled out to result in a full head-crushing sound. Unafraid to flirt with melody, the five Finns mix the speed of Slayer, the blast beats of Cradle of Filth (thankfully the Children are nowhere near as cheesy) and the lightning-fast solos of Shadow's Fall to create an album that makes you proud to be a metal head. Hate Crew Deathroll - kills nu-metal dead.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 25 April 2003
Format: Audio CD
Children Of Bodom rule.
Now, i've got that out of the way, i just got hatecrew deathroll today, and after listening to it over and over again, i can safely say this album is amazing. The guitaring from alex laiho and the other guitarist is breath-taking, with amazing riffs and really cool solos. Unusual from a death metal band, the vocals are also pretty good, but it may take some getting used to.
Stand-out tracks include needled 24/7 and bodom beach terror, but it is all consisently brilliant.
The only complaint is that it only goes on for less than 40 minutes, but the saying 'quality over quantity' is never more true than this. I can't wait to see these guys live.
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