Paradise Lost - Live Bizarre Festival 1997 mp3 album
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One Second is the sixth album released by the British metal band Paradise Lost. Following Draconian Times, the album marks the group's first complete departure from doom metal in favour of a more gothic and electronic direction. One Second is Paradise Lost's first album recorded in digital format. Two songs, "The Hour" and "Slave", were written for this album, but have not been included on the album nor its reissues. The two songs are included on the second version of the single "One Second".
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Paradise Lost performing live, 1991. Paradise Lost left Peaceville and were signed to the Music for Nations label and released Shades of God in July 1992. The band's musical approach continued to evolve with this album as evidenced by the addition of quieter passages in the song's compositions, the softening of vocalist Nick Holmes's death grunt, and Gregor Mackintosh's incorporation of acoustic guitar. On the next album, 2001's Believe in Nothing, Paradise Lost continued this synth direction, but adding rock elements to the music, forcibly by EMI at the time. Due to the loss of creativity control, Mackintosh said that the album "doesn't really exist for hi. Paradise Lost at Kavarna Rock Fest 2011. Nick Holmes at Metalmania 2007 festival in Katowice, Poland.
Side B 1. Enchantment (live) (6:40) - (from album Draconian Times, 1995) 2. Faith Divides Us – Death Unites Us (live) (5:19) - (from album Faith Divides Us – Death Unites Us, 2009) 3. Tragic Idol (live) (4:54) - (from album Tragic Idol, 2012) 4. Never For The Damned (live) (5:00) - (from album In Requiem, 2007). Side C 1. Isolate (live) (4:12) - (from album Symbol Of Life, 2002) 2. Say Just Words (live) (4:14) - (from album One Second, 1997) 3. Rotting Misery (live) (6:22) - (from album Lost Paradise, 1990). Side D 1. One Second (live) (4:21) - (from album One Second, 1997) . .
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Halifax metal institution Paradise Lost have released 14 studio albums and four live albums since forming in 1988. Their most recent full-length, ‘The Plague Within’, was released in the summer. We challenged guitarist Aaron Aedy to select the 11 essential tracks from their 25-year recording career. It’s so hard to choose my favourite songs, says Aedy. TRUE BELIEF (Icon, 1993) I recall we shot the video for this in 1994 at the Rock Summer Festival in Latvia, and that was a memorable gig. To get there, though, we went on a horrendous plane trip. ONE SECOND (One Second, 1997) When we did this album in 1997, we were experimenting with keyboards and electronic music. And for me, this is the best song U2 never wrote! If they’d done it, then One Second would have been a big hit, I’m sure of that.