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In Requiem [7" VINYL] [Single, Limited Edition, Box set]

Paradise Lost Vinyl
4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
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After celebrating their 20th anniversary in 2008 with the release of their much praised live DVD/2CD “The Anatomy Of Melancholy”, as well as exclusive live shows surrounding this event with Anathema and My Dying Bride, PARADISE LOST now return with the highly anticipated follow-up to 2007’s “In Requiem”: the brand new studio album “Faith Divides Us – ... Read more in Amazon's Paradise Lost Store

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  • Vinyl (21 May 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 4
  • Format: Single, Limited Edition, Box set
  • Label: Century Media
  • ASIN: B000PFT25E
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,224,752 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Darkly majestic, totally superb 7 Sep 2007
Format:Audio CD
While I would have called myself a Paradise Lost fan for the last 4 years or so, and I have every CD they have made, I wouldn't have rated them among my "must see" top 10 until now. I always found them too inconsistent, with flashes of brilliance sandwiched between slabs of uninspired same-ness.

However all that has changed. `In Requiem' is quite superb. I liked it from the first listen, but somehow I kept it in my car for two weeks without ever feeling the need to change CDs. This is easily the best album in Paradise Lost's long, illustrious career and should, if there is any justice, mark the turning point, where acclaim is poured all over them.

My daughter is always asking me questions like "what's your favourite track" and with In Requiem it took me about 2 weeks to conclude that it is `Unreachable'. This is not because nothing stands out, the problem is that it *all* stands out. The whole album is composed of `A-sides'.

It's a dark, gloomy kind of music though tracks like Requiem provide an opportunity to slam your head against unyielding objects. The guitars are consistently perfect; the solos are precise and brief and the wall-of-noise is used sparingly and effectively. Instrumentally this is without doubt the band's zenith. Lyrically it is still Paradise Lost, so apparently meaningful lines are interspersed with head-scratching gibberish occasionally, but so what? The overall impression is one of darkly crawling power, and that works very well, thanks. Nick Holmes, always impressive, is at his best ever on this album ranging from straight singing to darkly threatening growls via a credible impression of James Hetfield. This is a band at the peak of their powers and they look poised to exceed themselves and possibly the rest of the dark metal world.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Paradise Lost 2007 4 Oct 2007
Format:Audio CD
This is undoubtedly one of the top 5 releases of 2007. And even though someone might disagree, probably PL's best album so far.

It's very dark, doomy. No messing around, straight to the point ... pure metal. I was just looking at the track listing and wanted to pick the stand out tracks. But there are no stand out tracks on this album. It's brilliant from the first note to the very last one.

If there is something like band's identity, for me it was album Draconian times for PL. Now, that album always had a weakness for me and that were the vocals. In comparison to that album, In Requiem hasn't got any weakness. Nick Holmes is fantastic, absolutely faultless.

It's pointless to analyze In Requiem. You'll buy it anyway and you'll find out for yourself. You certainly won't regret.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Format:Audio CD
I have been a fan of paradiselost since 1993's thundering and doom leaden opus Icon came to my attention. I have bought every album since on the day of release and eagerly anticipated them, with good reason. Even in the latter years of the nineties when the Halifax quintet where at the apex of their almost techno-pop experimental phase (alienating a fair portion of their hardcore doom fanbase in the process) I had to respect the nerve of these guys to risk sales and popularity for the sake of sticking to their creative guns, even if softer offerings like One Second and to the largest extent 1999's Depeche Mode-like album Host took several spins to grow on me.

With 2007's new album In Requiem the band have offered up a welcome progression, harking back to the melody-ridden thunder of 2005's brilliant self titled record. In Requiem delivers 53+ minutes of solid driven stonk! - full of melodies and crushing riffage that will pin you to your easy chair and never fail to impress. Nick Holmes' vocals are, as ever, clean crisp and precise, the perfect slightly gravelled partner to the cutting guitar work of music writer Greg Macintosh. New drummer Jeff Singer fits seemlessly into the signature plaintive howling guitars and anguish tinted sound of a band I love and have seen live twice (both gigs great nights out).

I prefer to let Amazon customers experience music for themselves, as it's such a subjective artform. So I won't bore you with my list of stand-out tracks. To this reviewer the entire album is excellent. What I will say is: if you like paradiselost then this is a welcome addition to their discography and your collection. If you're new to this band/curious then get this album now! You're a fan of heavy intelligent rock/gothic themed metal? Then come witness a brilliant underrated British band at the peak of their power. . .
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Another stunning album 2 Aug 2007
Format:Audio CD
I've being a fan of The Lost since seeing them at Donnington many years ago, and despite numerous changes in musical directions (most noticably the excellent Depeche Mode inspired Host)have always enjoyed their CD's. They are rightly classed as the link between The Sisters of Mercy and Metallic and the new CD is no exception.

Excellent songs played with great skill. The stand out tracks for me are Unreachable,Fallen Children, Sedative God and Your Own Reality with the extra cover version of Missing (unfortunately only on the special edition version) being yet another classic cover by the band in the same way that Small Town Boy stood out on Symbol of Life

After all this time I still find it amazing that the band are not one of the top UK metal artists but that is unfortunately other peoples loss

Thanks guys - keep up the good work
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4.0 out of 5 stars Shades
Yet another very good effort from the lads! And yet again not a complete triumph either. This is similar to their self-titled previous release but with maybe a slightly darker... Read more
Published on 20 Jun 2012 by ratmonkey
5.0 out of 5 stars In Requiem review
Paradise Lost have proven themselves again and again. They do it once more with In Requiem
Published on 16 Oct 2010 by palot
5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome
This has got to be one of the best albums I have purchased this year. Came cross this band purely by chance - if you are into sisters of mercy and within temptation then I can... Read more
Published on 19 Nov 2009 by Geburael
3.0 out of 5 stars Disappointing
After the promising direction Paradise Lost's previous album took, I can't help but feel disappointed with this one. Read more
Published on 18 July 2008 by M. Ball
5.0 out of 5 stars Another Part of the Circle
You can never accuse Paradise Lost of being boring. Once again they have produced an album different from the last, and not stuck to tried and tested (and generic) formula. Read more
Published on 7 Dec 2007 by M Sockel
5.0 out of 5 stars Paradise Lost continue to stun.....
Paradise Lost's 11th album 'In Requiem' is absolutely stunning. It blends elements from almost all previous albums with what I consider a refreshing new style of gothic metal. Read more
Published on 4 Aug 2007 by Warren Doyle
4.0 out of 5 stars Return to heavier pastures!
Paradise Lost are something of an anomaly, massive in Europe but criminally ignored by press and non-believers here in their home country. Read more
Published on 29 May 2007 by Mr. Paul I. Harrod
5.0 out of 5 stars PARADISE LOST are back?!? They really never went away!!!!
First of all, sorry for my English.

I have never found the time to write a review on amazon, but this time, I feel I must do it. Read more
Published on 26 May 2007 by Jorn Allen
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