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The Paramour Sessions (UK Version)

11 Sep 2006 | Format: MP3

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  • Original Release Date: 11 Sep 2006
  • Release Date: 11 Sep 2006
  • Label: Polydor Associated Labels
  • Copyright: (C) 2006 Geffen Records
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  • Total Length: 54:37
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  • ASIN: B001KBVRLY
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 22,798 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By C. Browne on 12 Sep 2006
Format: Audio CD
This has to be one of the best albums released this year. There isn't a bad song on here, which you can't say about other Roach albums. The production is on the nail, slightly more polished. The song writing has improved and is very strong throughout, this is the album Papa Roach always had in them but never quite delivered. Give it a go, you won't be disappointed!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By N. Drake on 28 Jan 2010
Format: Audio CD
Papa Roach were one of the very first bands I got into when I began listening seriously to music, as Infest had just been released that year. However I moved on after a while, and haven't given them much of a look since Lovehatetragedy, which I found slightly disappointing overall (She Loves Me Not notwithstanding).

And then I found this. It's still recognizably P Roach, but they've developed a huge amount in the intervening years (granted I've not listened properly to Getting Away With Murder, but I gather that was a big improvement too). The songwriting is much better than their older stuff, and as another reviewer said, there honestly isn't a bad song on here, which you can't say about most albums full stop, let alone other Roach albums. Jacoby in particular has really expanded his vocal range and this massively improves the music in my opinion, as I was never a particular fan of his rapping. But all of the band have clearly had a chance to grow since their debut and it really shows.

For anyone who wrote them off after their first major-label album or two, seriously, give them another chance. It's been years since I lost interest in them the first time, but this is real music, competently written and performed, and it would be a shame to ignore it. It deserves to be heard. If they continue in this vein with future releases they're well on their way to once again becoming a staple favourite of mine.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By B. K. Gomersall on 10 Oct 2006
Format: Audio CD
This album is as good, maybe better than their last album. The only thing that stops me rating it as better is my total loyalty to the last one because I loved it so much. Papa Roach grow musically with each album, and if you are a long time fan like myself you will have basically seen the band grow up over the past years. Songs dedicated to being where they are now and the dark parts of their past (Jacoby especially) basically force it on you, they are back and they are not the same.

The major surprise for me in this album is a song with orchestral instruments in (Roses On My Grave), which was written in dedication to Howard William Roach, aka 'Papa' Roach who passed away this year.

Other than that it seems the transition from nu-metallers to straight rockers seems to be complete. LoveHateTragedy signalled a low point for the band as nu-metal was in its deathrows, and along came Getting Away With Murder which was a huge step to where they are now.

I cannot recommend this album enough. There is not a bad song on this album, and even some songs I was dubious about grew on me. I know one of the other reviewers said that when he/she got to Time Is Running Out/What Would You Do, he/she felt like skipping back to the beginning of the CD. I too felt this way to start with, but eventually the songs grow on you, and you have to go passed these songs to get to the great My Heart Is A Fist and Roses On My Grave. Put these with To Be Loved, Crash, The World Around You, Forever and I Devise My Own Demise and you have an album worth the money even if the rest of the album was filler, which it isn't.

Probably the best album to be released this year.
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Format: Audio CD
I have every paparoach album, but I wouldn't call myself a hardcore fan. Infest had two good songs, the rest was filler. Lovehatetradgedy was weak too with three pretty good songs and the rest was forgetable. Last album getting away with murder was a big improvement. with some excellent tracks and a good overall standard.

Here they improve the overall standard, without hitting as many highs.

...To Be Loved. Is a balls to the walls rock out.

Forever Is a great rock ballard

I Devise My Own Demise a soild rock track fast and immediate. as are My Heart Is A Fist and No More Secrets and Reckless

The Fire, takes on an almost santana style vibe, it is also the best track on the album.
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Format: Audio CD
back in 2000, i discovered 'Infest' and it became one of my all time favourite rock albums. seeing PR at the brixton academy followed and i was a convert.
so i was gutted when they released a string of lame albums - love hate, getting away with murder... i thought i had discovered a real talent but no.
But its with much delight that im hearing the Paramour Sessions - the original energy is back!
Forget the rap metal blast of 'Infest' (5stars) Paramour is straight rock. But theyve got their groove and , to all those dissapointed Roachheads at last its time to party!
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This is a fantastic album and all Rock fans should have it in their collection!!! In my opinion all of Papa Roach's albums are excellent but I think this may be their best. I've owned the album for a couple of years now and I still listen to it all the time. My personal favourites are 'Forever' and 'The World Around You' but there are no fillers on this album, every song is amazing! Do yourself a favour and buy this CD now!
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