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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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  • Audio CD (28 Feb. 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Limited Edition
  • Label: Bmg
  • ASIN: B0007D0AYG
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 302,440 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Mr. S. Hill on 9 Mar. 2005
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
The godfathers of Gothic Metal take a step towards their roots with this heavier offering. Back are the heavy, doom laden guitars and gruffer sounding vocals. Add to this re-founded heaviness the classy sounding keyboards and harmonies and what we have here is possibly the best Paradise Lost album yet! I've been a fan of the band from their Death Metal roots and through their mellower albums, and I can honestly say that they have NEVER disapointed. They are probably the most underated British band this decade and I sincerely hope they continue to release such quality material for many years to come!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Luis Telmo on 7 Mar. 2005
Format: Audio CD
Paradise Lost's self titled tenth studio album "Paradise Lost", with some of the heaviest work the band has ever done, it is an adrenaline charged.
Recorded with duo Rhys Fulber and Greg Reely, and with drummer Jeff Singer taking place of Lee Morris, the album is more dynamic as ever.
Heather Thompson of Tapping the Vein contributed Backing Vocals on first single "Forever After" and Album track "Over the Madness".
Leah Randi performed the choir-esque Backing Vocals on "Forever After".
Since "One Second" their sound had some missing thing. This album "Paradise Lost" is very consistent like "Don't Belong" track proves with strong proximity to "Draconian Times".
With lyrics more directly to manage a matter as one should, it's just close your eyes and feel it.
When I heard "Close Your Eyes" I felt that if "I Believe in Nothing" album was made by now, certainly would-be a better album.
Nick Holmes voice is more sweet-sounding and melodics. Suddenly, conducts his tones to a shrill but articulated notes forming a chorus level that don't let the sound seems monotonous. Probably the most quality vocal works ever.
Keyboars are more subtles and almost forgotten but not absents.
Aaron Aedy guitars are better and rife with syncopated sounds making more powerfull bases for the melodies.
Even the always perfect Greg Mackintosh seems more talented in his performances. At least in a technical effects.
To attend by ear in a wild at heart spirit and this album will be long in leaving.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Mr. H TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 4 Feb. 2006
Format: Audio CD
I love Paradise Lost, always have, happy to follow them through the changes they needed to go through to survive. Granted, I find their live shows incredibly boring, but thats why the dark of my music room was invented. For on disc, they are simply superb.
Their latest CD is no exception. Most of the tracks fit nicely into the melodic industrial goth metal style they've settled into over the last few years with the keyboards high in the mix, providing an orchestral feel to their performance. No wonder they shared a bill with Nightwish before the Tarja debacle.
Now there are punters out there who felt betrayed when they moved from metal to goth metal, more who felt betrayed at the sheen of "Draconian Times" and more who wept at the electronic shimmer of "Host", but what we have here is a band always willing to challenge themselves and their listeners, creating the whole genre of goth-metal along the way.
So, here they are on album number 10, and my only complaint is how unchallenging it is. It's very similar in tone and feel to "Symbol of Life", something that could be put down to the renewed interest in the band when "Symbol.." came out. But it's been three years and I was expecting more.
Don't get me wrong, this is a cracking release, with at least 3 tracks that I will listen to for a long time - "Grey", "Forever After" and "All You Leave Behind" - with several more that instantly grabbed me. One thing that did please me was the return of some monster guitar parts, especially on "Sun Fading", which helps the album towards the desire of Nick Holmes to 'get a real heavy sound whilst maintaining as much clarity and melody as possible'.
This is a top quality release with a lot to reccomend it - they've only get themselves to blame for raising the bar so high since they first emerged from darkest Yorkshire, all those years ago.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By R. Thomas on 9 Nov. 2005
Format: Audio CD
I'd been a Paradise Lost fan for about a year or so and thought Icon and Draconian Times were masterpieces. With this new album I think they've surpassed themselves. Every track is simply excellent. Particularly Sun Fading and Accept the Pain are brilliant and exiting songs. Close Your Eyes and Spirit are also very good with crunching guitar riffs. This is already one of my favourite albums and I can recommend it to any Rock/Metal fan.
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By ratmonkey on 20 Jun. 2012
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
This was hailed as the 'proper' return to their metal roots after the commercial sheen of Symbol of Life. That can be seen as true to an extent but PL have wandered far from anything they have done since their debut. This is similar to Symbol but also with more bite, chanelling the bile of Draconian Times and the pure metal of Icon while not being anywhere as good as any. But it is also a contemporary PL record. It sounds different to anything prior, just contains more heaviness and a slightly more throaty vocal that hasn't been heard since Icon. But, as with most PL albums (with the possible exceptions of Icon and Draconian Times) it is no masterpiece simply because it is louder.

'Don't Belong' is a solid opener, something they're getting better at doing. It is not really a patch on the exciting 'Isolate' from Symbol but is more downbeat and underplayed. But it's very good, just a little more melancholy. 'Close Your Eyes' is a bit of a filler track and is unfortunately placed as track 2. It's good but not really memorable enough to even include. 'Grey' and 'Red Shift' are both near perfect single-type tracks. Many may dislike the commercial nature of songs like these but they're hardly Jusin Bieber and they are usually the catchiest. 'Forever After' is much the same but to me is not as good as it feels slightly less powerful, although it has a nice bit of piano and a pacey chorus. 'Sun Fading' is ok but slightly drab in places.

'Laws of Cause' I wanted to like. There's nothing wrong with it, it's perfectly balanced, more upbeat than the rest and quite catchy. But it always leaves me feeling there should be more to it. 'All You Leave Behind' is better, with a nice chorus and a good bit of PL doom. And 'Accept the Pain' is a great little almost-single.
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