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Trashed Lost And Strungout [Enhanced, EP]

Children of Bodom Audio CD

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The first official recording to feature the talents of guitarist Rope Latvala (replacing longtime stringsman Alexander Kuoppola), 'Trashed, Lost & Strungout' offers two new tracks, two covers, and - best of all - two video extras.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Great EP... June 15 2005
By Pablosa - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Children Of Bodom releases their new brand EP "Trashed, Lost & Strungout", with two new COB songs, the usual covers, two in this case, and a video.

The two COB songs somehow continue with what was left in "Hatecrew dethroll", COB's previous effort. Both very powerful and catchy, in which you can notice that Alexi Laiho tried to take his songwriting one level higher.

The two covers, Bed of Nails, and She is Beautiful. Two great covers, that capture the vibe of the original versions, especially "She is beautiful", that is probably one of best covers ever recorded by COB, very festive and funny, and showing the band's sense of humour.

Anyway, if you're a Bodom fan, you should buy this EP!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great CD Aug. 2 2005
By T3h - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
At first I was a little hesitant aout shelling out 8 bucks for a cd with only 4 songs on it, but lemme tell you these songs are great. Trashed, Lost, and Strungout starts out with a killer guitar intro and then turns into a breackneck fast song. Knuckleduster is my favorite song on here, it's just got everything a great song needs. Bed of Nails was an interesting choice for a cover but its good none the less, and finally we have She Is Beautiful by Andrew W.K., this shows the more upbeat side of C.O.B. and they did the song great. The extra stuff is nothing great, the video for TLaSO is good and the 20 minute documentary of the band is very funny at parts (when Alexi sprays himself in the eye). All in all this is definately a must have for any C.O.B. fan but it's also a great starting place for someone who hasn't heard any of their other stuff.
5.0 out of 5 stars i couldnt believe my ears! July 9 2005
By Robert Roarty - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
children of bodom have done it again. although there where only 2 new songs, it was as good as a whole album.

trashed lost & strungout- shows off alexi laiho's amazing guitar skills. the solo was evident of laihos steve vai obscetion.

knuckleduster- another great song. drumming was very good. solo wasnt as good as the one in tlso, but it was still excellent. laihos voice rang like a church bell in this song.

bed of nails(alice cooper cover)- this cover was very good not as good as the original but cob's interpretation kept this classic alive.

she is beautiful(andrew wk cover)-in my opinion alexi laihos voice doesnt really fit the nature of this song. but it made it sound heavier.
5.0 out of 5 stars An EP that Packs a Punch April 23 2014
By Ben - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
It's not difficult to tell that Children of Bodom like to have a good team, but their Trashed, Lost & Strungout EP is certified proof of it. The EP contains four tracks: "Trashed, Lost & Strungout" from Are You Dead Yet, a b-side titled "Knuckleduster," and two ridiculous covers. In addition to the music, we also get the "Trashed, Lost & Strungout" music video and a 19-minute documentary called "Trashed and Lost in Helsinki" that more than lives up to its title.

Concerning the music, the EP's title track is one of the better songs on Are You Dead Yet? (2005) and anchors this release as well. "Knuckleduster" is a prime cut that will appeal to listeners who like some hatred in their Bodom; it could easily have replaced one of the weaker tracks on Are You Dead Yet?. As usual, the two covers are not intended to be taken too seriously. This is clear from the song selections alone. Bodom do a number on Alice Cooper's "Bed of Nails," even going so far as to do the chorus death-metal-style near the end of the song. Their rendition of Andrew W.K.'s "She is Beautiful" is, predictably, even more ridiculous. Both covers are quite enjoyable.

"Knuckleduster" is worth the purchase price of "Trashed, Lost & Strungout" all by itself, but believe it or not, the "Trashed and Lost in Helsinki" documentary is the real gem on this EP. The overarching story-line is pretty obviously staged, but it is also secondary to the Bodom boys getting sloshed. To some the documentary might seem pointless or excessive, but it captures the essence of the band: they're just five guys who like to have a good time and play metal.

Ultimately, the "Trashed, Lost & Strungout" EP is only something dedicated Bodom fans and collectors will want to own since most of its contents can be found on other subsequent releases (the two covers both appear on the 2009 Skeletons in the Closet compilation). Nonetheless, it's a great EP and a worthwhile pickup for those who might not have enjoyed all of Are You Dead Yet? or want to see firsthand Bodom's drinking prowess.
3.0 out of 5 stars Trashed, Lost and Strung Out Oct. 26 2005
By Mary F. Neary - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
It has the COB feel to it but definately not one of their best. The video clip of them wandering around drunk is pretty amuzing though especially if you've had a few yourself :) Overall if you're a true Children of Bodom fan you might be slightly disappointed although they still have talent.

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