CHILDREN OF BODOM: Cover Of BRITNEY SPEARS' 'Oops I Did It Again' Available For Download
A radio-broadcast-quality MP3 of CHILDREN OF BODOM's cover of the BRITNEY SPEARS hit "Oops I Did It Again", which appears on CHILDREN OF BODOM's "In Your Face" single, is available for download at this location.
The "In Your Face" single, which is scheduled for release in Finland on August 17 via Spinefarm, will contain the following track listing:
01. In Your Face
02. Oops I Did It Again
03. In Your Face (censored version)
A total of two cover songs were recorded during the recording sessions for the group's new album, "Are You Dead Yet?". The second cover song, POISON's "Talk Dirty to Me", will be used as bonus track for the Japanese version of the album.
"Are You Dead Yet?" is scheduled for release on September 14 in Finland and September 19 in the rest of the world.
CHILDREN OF BODOM mastered "Are You Dead Yet?" on June 6 at Finnvox studios in Helsinki following a six-week recording/mixing session with producer Mikko Karmila.
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