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Children of Bodom

Are You Dead Yet

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Category: Melodic Death Metal

Year: 2005

Label: Spinefarm Records

Catalog Number: SPI 230 CD

Average Rating: 83 / 100 (1 rating)

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Children of Bodom Are You Dead Yet Album Cover

Alexi Laiho vocals, guitars
Roope Latvala guitars
Janne Warman keyboards
Henkka Blacksmith bass
Jaska Raatikainen drums
1.  Living Dead Beat  5:03
2.  Are You Dead Yet?  3:56
3.  If You Want Peace... Prepare for War  3:57
4.  Punch Me I Bleed  4:51
5.  In Your Face  4:12
6.  Next in Line  4:19
7.  Bastards of Bodom  3:25
8.  Trashed, Lost & Strungout  4:02
9.  We're Not Gonna Fall  3:17
Total Running Time:  37:02

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From: Doghouse Reilly Date: October 8, 2013 at 19:07
A lot of fans jumped off the bandwagon with this release, calling it a sellout, but I was never able to figure out why. Maybe the songs don't move at quite the blinding speed of Something Wild or Hatebreeder, but the difference isn't overly noticeable, to me, and it helps the songs stand out. Highlights for me are "We're Not Gonna Fall," 'Trashed, Lost and Strung Out," "In Your Face," the title track, and one of my favorite COB songs, "Living Dead Beat."

From: rick kerch vzla Date: February 4, 2014 at 17:21
Exact words Doughouse!!...yeah this album was not that different from their other releases but it has a commercial approach somehow..."Living Dead Beat","In Your Face","Bastards Of Bodom" & "We're Not Gonna Fall" are in my book for sure .83/100

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: October 23, 2022 at 19:33
The thing about Are You Dead Yet? is that Children Of Bodom were becoming bona fide stars at this point. Songs like the title track and "Living Dead Beat" are arena-metal anthems for the modern age. And this was a time when metal was still recovering somewhat from the nu-metal years, with metalcore really taking off with bands like Lamb Of God and Killswitch Engage. COB may not have achieved quite that level of popularity in America, but were definitely part of the conversation, and were no longer an underground band. And yet they retained their own quirky identity. We needed a band like them at the time. It's very unfortunate, but maybe inevitable, that the pack caught up with them (as did their well-known heavy partying), and their later releases faded into mediocrity. Like a lot of outsize personalities, it turned out Alexi wasn't a very happy guy in the end. Another note: the only thing that could have made this disc better would have been the inclusion of "Knockleduster," which wa

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: October 23, 2022 at 19:34
... which was on the "Trashed, Lost and Strung-Out" EP. Another badass banger!

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