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Category: Power Metal with harsh vocals

Year: 2008

Label: Spinefarm Records

Catalog Number: SPI317CD

Average Rating: 90 / 100 (1 rating)

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Children of Bodom Blooddrunk Album Cover

Alexi Laiho vocals, guitars
Roope Latvala guitars
Janne Warman keyboards
Henkka "Blacksmith" Seppala bass
Jaska W. Raatikainen drums

Digipak includes an additional DVD.
Disc 1
1.  Hellhounds on My Trail  3:58
2.  Blooddrunk  4:05
3.  LoBodomy  4:24
4.  One Day You Will Cry  4:05
5.  Smile Pretty for the Devil  3:54
6.  Tie My Rope  4:14
7.  Done With Everything, Die for Nothing  3:29
8.  Banned from Heaven  5:05
9.  Roadkill Morning  3:32
Total Running Time:  36:46

Disc 2
10.  Blooddrunk video  
11.  Making of the video  
12.  Hellhounds On My Trail surround sound  
13.  Blooddrunk surround sound  
14.  LoBodomy surround sound  
15.  One Day You Will Cry surround sound  
16.  Smile Pretty for the Devil surround sound  
17.  Tie My Rope surround sound  
18.  Done With Everything, Die for Nothing surround sound  
19.  Banned from Heaven surround sound  
20.  Roadkill Morning surround sound  
21.  Photogallery  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: rick kerch vzla Date: August 17, 2014 at 21:02
Brutal album!!!...i own it without the DVD bonus disc ..."Tie My Rope" & "Roadkill Morning" are my faves but tracks 1,2,3,4,5 & 6 also kick a**!!!...recommended stuff...90/100

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: October 23, 2022 at 19:50
The people who didn't like Are You Dead Yet really didn't like Blooddrunk. It's still a good album, but not on the level the last three. There were a couple of less-inspired tracks on Are You Dead Yet

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: October 23, 2022 at 19:55
And there are a few more here, but the title track and "Tie My Rope" are essential Bodom, and other good ones are "Hellhounds On My Trail," "Smile Pretty For The Devil," and "Roadkill Morning." Unfortunately though, this disc marked the end of Bodom's best period, and from here on out, their albums would offer two or three pretty good songs, but a lot of forgettable material, and certainly nothing like a "Sixpounder" or an "Every Time I Die."

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