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Holiday At Lake Bodom, 15 Years of Wasted Youth by Children of Bodom

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Holiday At Lake Bodom, 15 Years of Wasted Youth

Children of Bodom

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Album

Holiday At Lake Bodom, 15 Years of Wasted Youth

Children of Bodom

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Label: Fontana International 2
Emphasizing 1999 to 2005, when Bodom's kids first reached the highest rungs of their homebase Finland's album and single charts, this comp shuffles 18 mostly interchangeable death-ogre tracks from seven albums, then tosses in a peg-legged Dropkick Murphys cover and a silly Rick Springfield one for kicks. The oldest cut (1997's "Deadnight Warrior") has the coolest sound effects; the most amusingly titled one (1999's "Silent Night, Bodom Night") throws the most intriguing curveballs. Classical, jig, shred, and nu-metal moments aim to preclude tedium. Recent material often sounds rather screamo.

About This Album

Emphasizing 1999 to 2005, when Bodom's kids first reached the highest rungs of their homebase Finland's album and single charts, this comp shuffles 18 mostly interchangeable death-ogre tracks from seven albums, then tosses in a peg-legged Dropkick Murphys cover and a silly Rick Springfield one for kicks. The oldest cut (1997's "Deadnight Warrior") has the coolest sound effects; the most amusingly titled one (1999's "Silent Night, Bodom Night") throws the most intriguing curveballs. Classical, jig, shred, and nu-metal moments aim to preclude tedium. Recent material often sounds rather screamo.

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About This Album

Emphasizing 1999 to 2005, when Bodom's kids first reached the highest rungs of their homebase Finland's album and single charts, this comp shuffles 18 mostly interchangeable death-ogre tracks from seven albums, then tosses in a peg-legged Dropkick Murphys cover and a silly Rick Springfield one for kicks. The oldest cut (1997's "Deadnight Warrior") has the coolest sound effects; the most amusingly titled one (1999's "Silent Night, Bodom Night") throws the most intriguing curveballs. Classical, jig, shred, and nu-metal moments aim to preclude tedium. Recent material often sounds rather screamo.