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In a world governed by increasingly rigid rules and conformist conceptions of art, PAIN OF SALVATION have created their own niche on the international music scene. Their intelligently composed and cleverly arranged songs have mixed metal, pop, funk, disco, blues, goth and folk with Arabian and Oriental influences plus other more or less extreme musical styles into a homogenous whole. PAIN OF ... Read more in Amazon's Pain Of Salvation Store

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  • Vinyl (1 Sept. 2014)
  • Number of Discs: 3
  • Format: Box set
  • Label: Century Media
  • ASIN: B00LVC27T8
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 102,949 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Of Two Beginnings
2. Ending Theme
3. Fandango
4. A Trace of Blood
5. This Heart of Mine
6. Undertow
7. Rope Ends
8. Chain Sling
9. Dryad of the Woods
10. Remedy Lane
11. Waking Every God
12. Second Love
13. Beyond the Pale

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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Mr S A Moore on 25 Oct. 2002
Format: Audio CD
I am not going to write an elaborate 10,000 word review here; if I wanted to explain the brilliance of this album it would take even more than that, I'll wager.
Buy this album. Do it now. It doesn't matter what kind of music you like. Some people would call this "progressive" but just forget that. In fact, clear your mind and just listen because this album will blow you away irrespective of what music you like.
I have about 200 discs in my collection (a good deal of them progressive) and this is probably the best album I have ever heard.
So how is this album so good? Simple: emotion! What so many bands lack. We're not talking a forced power ballad here and there or an occasional moment of beauty; every second of this music drips with emotion. A lot of this is due to singer/songwriter/guitarist/lyricist/artist Daniel Gildenlow and his mind-blowing command of the vocal chords. Trust me, never have you heard a person with such range. Range of both notes he can hit and ways of hitting them. On this CD you will hear percussive, gutteral "scat" vocals; growls, roars, screams; whispers, sighs; talking, rap, rap metal; super-high "true range" vocals, falsetto and about a million more vocal styles and everything in between.
You may be thinking: with so many styles won't the album sound disjointed and discombobulated? That's the beauty of it: all the songs flow brilliantly and cohesively and all the transitions are logical and seamless. You will be sucked in from the very opening seconds of this album.
You haven't heard music like this before. Buy this album, buy all the other PoS albums and snap up every future release, because everything they touch seems to turn to gold; each album is better than the last and they can do no wrong.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By D P LOMAX on 3 July 2003
Format: Audio CD
Being a huge fan of the flower kings, I thought it was time to search for equally superb bands on the inside out music label. After reading the reviews about this group on amazon, I decided to chance my arm and buy this cd. I have to admit that I couldn't have made a better gamble if I tried, especially since I have never even heard of this group. This group certainly can't be compared to the flower kings, the only comparison is they are both Swedish. Pain of Salvation are a much heavier prog rock outfit and on Remedy Lane they take the listener through a roller coaster ride of emotion. This group are able to mix up many styles of rock/metal with simplicity and ease and it proves to be an absolutely essential hour of music, whatever the genre of rock you prefer to listen to, there will definitely be something here for you. There are obvious musical influences to be found on Remedy Lane, ranging from an industrial sound, hard metal, a dream theater 'awake' sound. Such is the versatility of the vocalist on this cd, I am reminded of Steve Perry, Roger Miret and a little touch of marillion's original crooner, but don't let this put you off. Pain of Salvation are very original. There are so many highlights to this disc, my favourites being the instrumental 'dryad of the woods' the power ballad 'undertow' and 'second love'.
If you are like me, always looking for new material to sink your teeth into, then I wholeheartedly recommend you buy this cd as soon as possible, you won't be disappointed.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 27 May 2002
Format: Audio CD
I advise any music fan who is interested in hearing somthing a little different to purchase this amazing album. I have to admit the first time I heard them was when I went up to London the see Dream Theater and Pain of Salvation were the support act.They blew me away! The vocals and harmonies are truely spectacular and perfectly compliment the tight drumming and truely original guitar playing.
So before you listen to this forget everything you already know and open your mind to something fresh and inspiring. Every track is great and the whole piece flows wonderfully.
Of course, as with all the best music, This will take a few listens to. But hey, that's the great thing about progressive rock - exploration and experimentation.
Just buy the thing if you don't believe me..
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Tom Chase VINE VOICE on 2 Jun. 2006
Format: Audio CD
With `Remedy Lane', Pain of Salvation discarded doubts and worries that they could not make another album as good as `The Perfect Element'. As with many others, I would have enjoyed a second part to `The Perfect Element', but in some ways a new direction keeps the music fresh and interesting. With such a unique sound in the first place it would be a shame for the band to simply re-create a winning formula.

While the general sound to the album is undeniably PoS, with Gildenlow's vocals still as diverse and emotional as ever and the unique mix-matching of prog sub-genres, `Remedy Lane' is a different direction for the band, one focusing much more on the emotions created by music as opposed to a concept. This is not to say Gildenlow has deserted the concept, there is one dealing with human relationships and the feelings attached to it, but it is much looser when compared to the weighted concepts of `The Perfect Element' and especially the latest release `Be'. With less emphasis on concepts PoS come up with arguably their finest array of musicianship, matching the seemingly unmatchable exhibit of TPE.

The album is split into three main chapters, with the moody `Of Two Beginnings' working as an introduction. Chapter one includes some of PoS finest work to date, and is possibly my favourite of the three chapters (although that does change all too often). `Ending Theme' is a typical tragic PoS song, Gildenlow's vocal delivery is superb here, with a real sense of frustration and anguish as he bursts out the chorus lines. `Fandango' is a great example of what makes PoS so unique and compelling, for anyone new to the band, I'd check this out, after a few listens the odd melody and time changes really work, one of the `quirkier' songs of the album.
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