The Arockalypse - Lordi Reviews
Description:Genre: Hard Rock & Metal - Heavy Metal / Artist: Lordi / Audio CD released 2006-05-29 at SonyBMG / Disc #1 ... more
The Arockalypse - Lordi ... Tracklisting
1 SCG3 Special Report
2 Bringing Back The Balls To Rock
3 Deadite Girls Gone Wild
4 Kids Who Wanna Play With The Dead
5 It Snows In Hell
6 Who's Your Daddy
7 Hard Rock Hallelujah
8 They Only Come Out At Night
9 Chainsaw Buffet
10 Good To Be Bad
11 Night Of The Loving Dead
12 Supermonstars (The Anthem Of The Phantoms)
Newest Review: ... snows in Hell" being a classic example of their ability to surprise the listener with a subtly that belies Lordis ... more
Customer The Arockalypse - Lordi Reviews (2)
by - written on 01/01/09, updated on 06/01/09 (Very useful, 208 readings)
The Arockalpse is an album that instantly became a very firm favourite listen for me. Lordi are far more than a novelty act that won the Eurovision Song Contest and divided Finland into the bargain. Musically they are outstanding and massively under rated. If you like your rock hard and heavy this won't disappoint but the band also show that they can deliver beutiful ballads without departing too far from their monster obsession."It snows in Hell" being a classic example of their ability to surprise the listener with a subtly that belies Lordis versaltility. With the exception of the opening monologue, which quickly becomes tiresome on repeated ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/11/06 (Very useful, 537 readings)
The Eurovision Song Contest is known for many things. It was how Abba were unleashed onto an unsuspecting world, for one thing, although that could be good or bad news, depending on your views. Generally speaking, however, Eurovision has done more for the career of Terry Wogan than for the musical career of any of the winners who have, traditionally, had a minor chart hit with their winning song and disappeared, certainly in recent years. There have been a number of traditions in Eurovision; Norway getting no points; Terry Wogan making caustic comments about everything from the hosts’ outfits to the quality, or otherwise, of the acts; and the Irish being ... Read the complete review
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