History Music / Lordi

1st Feb '16 1:45:13 AM EuroBurro
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* MoreTeethThanTheOsmondFamily: [[MeaningfulName Kita]] ** The first bass player as well, as his character was of the same race as Kita.

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* ThePeteBest: Lordi had two bassists before their initial success with Get Heavy, G-Stealer, and Magnum, who played bass in the album and appeared in the Would You Love a Monsterman music video.

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* The Riff states that the Devil has lost his mind "with all that Hip Hop shit".
14th Jan '16 8:11:31 AM Akriloth2160
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** Slightly played with with Mr. Lordi himself, who has occasionally given interviews out of costume and in Finnish - but always with his back to the camera: this is mostly because he has a heavy northern Finnish accent. He was finally seen dropping this in a recent interview and speaking Finnish while in costume on-camera, mostly because the initial mystique of their band has long since faded and there's no real justification for him to not speak Finnish on camera at this point anymore since everyone already associates Lordi as being Finnish.
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** Slightly played with with Mr. Lordi himself, who has occasionally given interviews out of costume and in Finnish - but always with his back to the camera: this is mostly because he has a heavy northern Finnish accent. He was finally seen dropping this in a recent one interview and speaking Finnish while in costume on-camera, mostly because the initial mystique of their band has long since faded and there's no real justification for him to not speak Finnish on camera at this point anymore since everyone already associates Lordi as being Finnish.

* NoExportForYou: The albums before ''The Arockalypse'' pretty much have to be sent for, including, funnily enough, ''The Monsterican Dream''. Recently averted after they toured Ozzfest, as ''Get Heavy'' and ''The Monsterican Dream'' can be found in the U.S. with a little effort.
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* NoExportForYou: The albums before ''The Arockalypse'' pretty much have to be sent for, including, funnily enough, ''The Monsterican Dream''. Recently This was thankfully averted after they toured Ozzfest, as ''Get Heavy'' and ''The Monsterican Dream'' can be found in the U.S. with a little effort.
17th May '15 1:11:21 AM erforce
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** "Horrifiction" aludes to several horror films like ''Franchise/ANightmareOnElmStreet, Film/{{Saw}}, Franchise/FridayThe13th, Franchise/TheTexasChainsawMassacre, Franchise/EvilDead'' and ''Franchise/{{Hellraiser}}''. Its main premise of a killer obsessed by horror movies denying his fault can be a reference to ''Franchise/{{Scream}}'' as well.
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** "Horrifiction" aludes to several horror films like ''Franchise/ANightmareOnElmStreet, Film/{{Saw}}, Franchise/{{Saw}}, Franchise/FridayThe13th, Franchise/TheTexasChainsawMassacre, Franchise/EvilDead'' and ''Franchise/{{Hellraiser}}''. Its main premise of a killer obsessed by horror movies denying his fault can be a reference to ''Franchise/{{Scream}}'' as well.
5th May '15 4:35:09 AM SubaruGeki
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* EnfantTerrible: "The Kids Who Wanna Play With The Dead" is about a group of these.
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* EnfantTerrible: "The Kids Who Wanna Play With The Dead" is about a group of these. "We're not bad for the kids (We're worse)" also encourages this type of behavior.

* MeaningfulReleaseDate: "Scare Force One" was released in Halloween of 2014.
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* MeaningfulReleaseDate: "Deadache" and "Scare Force One" was were released in Halloween of 2008 and 2014.

** "Horrifiction" aludes to several horror films like ''Franchise/ANightmareOnElmStreet, Film/{{Saw}}, Franchise/FridayThe13th, Franchise/TheTexasChainsawMassacre, Franchise/EvilDead'' and ''Franchise/{{Hellraiser}}''. * SingingVoiceDissonance: Mr.Lordi speaks in a much softer tone than his guttural tone, and he also speaks in a thick Finnish accent, while his singing voice lacks even a ''hint'' of accent.
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** "Horrifiction" aludes to several horror films like ''Franchise/ANightmareOnElmStreet, Film/{{Saw}}, Franchise/FridayThe13th, Franchise/TheTexasChainsawMassacre, Franchise/EvilDead'' and ''Franchise/{{Hellraiser}}''. ''Franchise/{{Hellraiser}}''. Its main premise of a killer obsessed by horror movies denying his fault can be a reference to ''Franchise/{{Scream}}'' as well. * SingingVoiceDissonance: Mr.Lordi speaks in a much softer tone than his guttural tone, and he also speaks in a thick Finnish accent, while his singing voice lacks even a ''hint'' of accent. Contrasted to his present singing voice, his younger voice from the 90s up to ''The Monsterican Dream'' included sounds more like a Texan teenager trying his best to give a growling monster impression.

* WouldHurtAChild: "Children of the Night" is about a child-killer being driven insane by the ghosts of the children he killed.
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* WouldHurtAChild: "Children of the Night" is about a child-killer being driven insane by the ghosts of the children he killed. Additionally, in "Sir, Mister Prsideath, Sir", the Presideath kills babies when they cry because they sound annoying.
9th Feb '15 4:34:43 PM Metalhead14
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A Finnish hard rock band formed in 1996, they are best known for wearing monster costumes on and off of the stage. They won the Eurovision 2006 contest with their single "Hard Rock Hallelujah", which also broke the contests' current record. Their music is [[WordOfGod inspired by]] Music/{{KISS}}, which also led to them performing in costume.
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A Finnish hard rock rock/heavy metal band formed in 1996, they are best known for wearing monster costumes on and off of the stage. They won the Eurovision 2006 contest with their single "Hard Rock Hallelujah", which also broke the contests' current record. Their music is [[WordOfGod inspired by]] Music/{{KISS}}, which also led to them performing in costume.
28th Nov '14 9:26:20 PM Gaon
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* TakeThat: "To The Hell With Pop" and "Bringing the Balls Back to Rock" are both aimed at the current state of music industry, and "Horrifiction" is a giant TakeThat to people who try to trace back Serial Killer's behaviors to horror movies.
28th Nov '14 9:24:06 PM Gaon
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* TheDogBitesBack: "Monster, Monster", as described below, is about a victim flipping the tables on her killer, while the music video for "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ewnWwQwKgyc Scare Force One]]" has [[spoiler: the tortured passangers revolting against its torturers]]
13th Nov '14 6:27:49 AM erforce
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** 'Horrifiction' aludes to several horror films like Film/{{A Nightmare on Elm Street}}, Film/{{Saw}} & Film/{{Friday the 13th}}.
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** 'Horrifiction' "Horrifiction" aludes to several horror films like Film/{{A Nightmare on Elm Street}}, Film/{{Saw}} & Film/{{Friday the 13th}}.''Franchise/ANightmareOnElmStreet, Film/{{Saw}}, Franchise/FridayThe13th, Franchise/TheTexasChainsawMassacre, Franchise/EvilDead'' and ''Franchise/{{Hellraiser}}''.
12th Nov '14 3:11:23 PM TonksM
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** 'Horrifiction' aludes to several horror films like Film/{{A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)}}, Film/{{Saw}} & Film/{{Friday the 13th (1980)}}.
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12th Nov '14 3:09:42 PM TonksM
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** 'Horrifiction' aludes to several horror films like Film/[A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)], Film/[Saw] & Film/[Friday the 13th (1980)]
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** 'Horrifiction' aludes to several horror films like Film/[A Film/{{A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)], Film/[Saw] (1984)}}, Film/{{Saw}} & Film/[Friday Film/{{Friday the 13th (1980)](1980)}}.
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