History Music / Lordi

7th Jul '16 9:29:30 AM gewunomox
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** The bassist, [=OX=], derived his costume (minotaur) and stage name from [[TheWho John Entwistle's]] nickname, "the Ox".

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** The bassist, [=OX=], derived his costume (minotaur) and stage name from [[TheWho [[Music/TheWho John Entwistle's]] nickname, "the Ox".
30th Jun '16 7:11:15 PM ZerroDefex
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* The Riff states that the Devil has lost his mind "with all that Hip Hop shit".

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* ** The Riff states that the Devil has lost his mind "with all that Hip Hop shit".
21st Jun '16 1:12:11 AM gewunomox
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* ShoutOut / SongOfSongTitles: Quite a bit in "Bringing Back the Balls to Rock". Mostly to {{KISS}}.

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* ShoutOut / SongOfSongTitles: Quite a bit in "Bringing Back the Balls to Rock". Mostly to {{KISS}}.Music/{{KISS}}.
29th May '16 8:25:07 AM EuroBurro
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* DarkerAndEdgier: ''The Monsterican Dream'' had a much heavier sound than ''Get Heavy'', with much darker and depressing themes.
** Following the same trend, ''Deadache'' also had a heavier, darker sound than its predecessor, with songs about the life of Ed Gein, murderous doctors and women wearing boots made of human skin.
27th May '16 3:02:59 AM MacronNotes
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* [[BlondesAreEvil Enary]] - Keyboard

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* [[BlondesAreEvil Enary]] * Enary - Keyboard
26th Mar '16 12:54:35 AM dvorak
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* MeaningfulReleaseDate: "Deadache" and "Scare Force One" were released in Halloween of 2008 and 2014.



* NoExportForYou: The albums before ''The Arockalypse'' pretty much have to be sent for, including, funnily enough, ''The Monsterican Dream''. 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.



* 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.
26th Mar '16 12:33:15 AM dvorak
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* ILoveTheDead: "Last Kiss Goodbye" is about a man carrying his (clearly dead) lover to their "secret hideway", though she "still looks lovely". "Night of the Loving Dead" Inverts the trope with zombies seeking lovers.

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* ILoveTheDead: "Last Kiss Goodbye" is about a man carrying his (clearly dead) lover to their "secret hideway", though she "still looks lovely". "Cadaver Lover" is about a woman who steals the corpse of her boyfriend. Both songs showcase some inner turmoil about it, and a realization that nobody will look favourably on their actions.
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"Night of the Loving Dead" Inverts the trope with zombies seeking lovers.
22nd Mar '16 11:45:03 PM dvorak
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* GreatWhiteHunter: ''Where'sTheDragon?'' is about one of these, who's lying through his teeth since he can't produce any of the trophies of the mythical monsters he killed.

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* GreatWhiteHunter: ''Where'sTheDragon?'' ''Where's The Dragon?'' is about one of these, who's lying through his teeth since he can't produce any of the trophies of the mythical monsters he killed.
22nd Mar '16 11:42:53 PM dvorak
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* GreatWhiteHunter: ''Where'sTheDragon?'' is about one of these, who's lying through his teeth since he can't produce any of the trophies of the mythical monsters he killed.
22nd Mar '16 11:38:06 PM dvorak
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** ''Man-Skin boots'', likewise, is about a "man-eater" (perhaps literally, if her boots really are GenuineHumanHide).


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* MadDoctor: ''Doctor Sin'' is about a demonic surgeon whose hell is an operating theater, where he eternally excises the spiritual tumors of his victims (perverts, it would seem, since the lyrics reference visiting houses of ill repute and watching porn).
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