12 - Children Of Bodom - Needled 24-7 (Live In London 2008).mp3
11 - Children Of Bodom - Silent Scream.mp3
10 - Children Of Bodom - Somebody Put Something In My Drink.mp3
09 - Children Of Bodom - Hate Crew Deathroll.mp3
08 - Children Of Bodom - Lil' Bloodred Ridin' Hood.mp3
07 - Children Of Bodom - You're Better Off Dead.mp3
06 - Children Of Bodom - Triple Corpse Hammerblow.mp3
05 - Children Of Bodom - Angels Don't Kill.mp3
04 - Children Of Bodom - Bodom Beach Terror.mp3
03 - Children Of Bodom - Chokehold (Cocked 'n' Loaded).mp3
02 - Children Of Bodom - Sixpounder.mp3
01 - Children Of Bodom - Needled 24-7.mp3
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Format: Mp3 320 CBR 44khz
Label: Century media / Spinefarm Records U.K.
1. Needled 24/7
3. Chokehold (Cocked 'N' Loaded)
4. Bodom Beach Terror
5. Angels Don't Kill
6. Triple Corpse Hammerblow
7. You're Better Off Dead
8. Lil' Blood Red Ridin' Hood
9. Hate Crew Deathroll
10. Somebody Put Something In My Drink
11. Silent Scream
12. Needled 24/7 Live In London 2008
Hate Crew Deathroll is the fourth studio album by Finnish Thrash/Melodic Death Metal band Children of Bodom, released in 2003 under the Century Media label. This is the last album featuring guitarist Alexander Kuoppala. It was successful both in Europe and the USA, after the appearance of the "Needled 24/7" music video on MTV2's Headbanger's Ball. "Needled 24/7" also featured on the heavy metal documentary Metal: A Headbanger's Journey.
This showed the band's sound becoming more streamlined and a bit simpler, more power metal and classic metal oriented than on previous albums. The keyboards were a bit more toned down as the guitars took hold as the more predominant instrument.
The song "Hate Crew Deathroll" is only 3:33, but the track lasts 6:38 altogether. It sounds like it's just silence after the song ends, but if the volume is turned up high, you can hear the band members fooling around in the studio.
The band shot a video for "Needled 24/7", but it ended up being very expensive and did not turn out how the way they wanted it to. To make up for it, they shot the video for "Sixpounder". This video has an edited version, in which the blood looks less realistic, and the license plate at the beginning just says "COB 6 6". At the end of Needled 24/7 there is a quote: Death? What do yall know about death? taken from the movie Platoon. The lyrics of Sixpounder are about sixpounder cannons.
"You're Better Off Dead" was the only single from the CD. The single also contained a cover of the Ramones' "Somebody Put Something in my Drink".The song also appears as one of the three bonus tracks on this version the others being a cover of Slayer's "Silent Scream" and a version of "Needled 24/7" recorded live in London. The album topped the Finnish singles chart and spent sixteen weeks on the chart .
"Bodom Beach Terror" includes a quote heard in the movie American Psycho. My pain is constant and sharp and I do not hope for a better world for anyone, in fact I want my pain to be inflicted on others. The quote can be heard at the end of the song. The quote continues into the beginning of the next track, "Angels Don't Kill", with "I want no one to escape."
The booklet contains the lyrics for "Needled 24/7", "Chokehold (Cocked 'n' Loaded)", "You're Better Off Dead" and "Hate Crew Deathroll".