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Nothing Sacred - Paradise Lost - Host (CD, Album)


  • Gole
    Heavy metal is a hard category when a band wants or needs to change. So it isn't a surprise that Paradise Lost lost many fans when the group's previous albums, Draconian Times and One Second, were released. Host isn't an exception -- vice versa, it goes even deeper into experimental rock. This time Paradise Lost even uses synths and programming, but mixing them with distorted guitar sounds 6/
  • Bakora
    Paradise Lost Lyrics "Nothing Sacred" My life is not too whole It's understanding why I take when I owe I can't explain But it seems like it's going wrong again album: "Host" () So Much Is Lost. Nothing Sacred. In All Honesty. Harbour. Ordinary Days. It's Too Late. Permanent Solution.
  • Mogul
    Paradise Lost lyrics - song lyrics sorted by album, including "Darker Thoughts", "Ghosts", "Fall From Grace".
  • Samulrajas
    Host, an Album by Paradise Lost. Released on EMI (catalog no. 4 2 0; CD). Genres: Gothic Rock, Electronic. Featured peformers: Nick Holmes (vocals, aka_text lyrics role_id aka_text), Gregor Mackintosh (guitar, keyboards, aka_text music role_id aka_text, programming, string arrangements), Aaron Aedy (guitar), Stephen Edmondson (bass), Lee Morris .
  • Digis
    Paradise Lost (formed in in Halifax, UK) began as one of the premier bands of the death doom metal genre (along with their former Peaceville labelmates Anathema and My Dying Bride) and pioneered the sound of early gothic ellimuvosufro.pacrothocounttanwolfdastnetanryazarpay.infoinfo the late s they evolved to a more mainstream synth rock style, only to come full-circle back to their doom metal and gothic metal roots on recent releases.
  • Tojazilkree
    ALBUM REVIEW: Host (Remastered) – Paradise Lost March 18, March 18, Danny Sanderson Host, iLikePRESS, Nuclear Blast Records, Paradise Lost PARADISE LOST are a band that have, over their long and illustrious recording career, seamlessly shifted and changed their style on multiple occasions.
  • Mushura
    A string section also adds enormously to the drama of this song. "Host" is definately my favourite song this album, it is one of the best songs Paradise Lost have ever written. such an incredible way to finish an album. "Nothing Sacred" has great use of strange keyboard effects and a nice, smooth structure/5(5).
  • Sagrel
    Paradise Lost Icon Icon was the second album in the trilogy of Paradise Lost records produced by Simon Efemey. Arguably a powerful record with brisk vocals, brilliant instrumentation, and gorgeous percussion and base. This was Paradise Lost in the prime of their careers, and .

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