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Artist: Lordi

Title: The Monster Show

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2004

Label: Sanctuary/Mayan

Catalog Number: MYNDX032

Personnel

Lordi vocals
Kalma bass, backing vocals
Amen guitars, backing vocals
Kita drums, backing vocals
Enary keyboards, backing vocals

Compilation of tracks from 'Get Heavy' & 'The Monsterican Dream' + bonus disc with 3 videos

Tracks


Disc 1
1.  Theatrical Trailer  
2.  Bring It On  
3.  Blood Red Sandman  
4.  My Heaven Is Your Hell  
5.  Would You Love a Monsterman  
6.  The Devil Is a Loser  
7.  Icon of Dominance  
8.  The Children of the Night  
9.  Shotgun Divorce  
10.  Forsaken Fashion Dolls  
11.  Wake the Snake  
12.  Rock the Hell Outta You  

Disc 2
13.  Blood Red Sandman video  
14.  The Devil Is a Loser video  
15.  Would You Love a Monsterman video  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: aorteto Date: October 11, 2006 at 10:42
No tengan miedo miedo con esta banda, es como UDO o WHITE ZOMBIE haciendo rock melodico europeo. Es rarisimo, pero esta musica con un CANTANTE seria como JADED HEART-TREAT-PRETTY MAIDS metidos en una coctelera.

From: z4roxx Date: November 23, 2008 at 10:05
This band is becoming one of my faves ever.See them on live show in Germany in 2003(after Assassin performance who has been the greatest show in that year).this is very simple hard rock/glam in performance but they are damned catchy.Mr.Lordi is the rightest singer here(not as I wrote to put Terry Brock or Mark Free,dupes ahahaha),his crunch vox collide perfectly with their dirty rock'n'roll with very commercial but awesome themes."Would you love a monsterman"...what a great guys,we must understand also monsters must be loved...(See the 1932 masterpiece film"Freak"by Tod Browning).10/10 to the band and also to their videos!

From: rick kerch vzla Date: March 28, 2015 at 20:50
This is quite a boring album even though it has some catchy choruses in some songs...tracks 3,4,5,9,10 & 11 are cool ones but nothing to go crazy for...60/100


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