Bodom Beach Terror

Album: Hate Crew Death Roll (2003)
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  • The talking at the very end of the song is a quote from the ending of the movie American Psycho. Christian Bale is the one saying "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." >>
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    Caj - Stockholm, Sweden
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  • Paul from Ovid, MiThe whole Lake Bodom theme in a lot of their songs derives form the "Lake Bodom Massacre", which happened in Espoo, Finland on June 5, 1960, there were 4 teenagers out camping on the lake and three were murdered and one was badly wounded. no one knows who did it and it still is a mystery
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