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  • Audio CD (6 Jun. 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Limited Edition
  • Label: Nuclear Blast
  • ASIN: B004WOJ7OA
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 147,035 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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titolo-you only love twice (digipack)artista-pain etichetta-nuclear blast-n. dischi2data-14 giugno 2011supporto-cd audiogenere.hard rock e metal-----brani1.let me out 2.feed the demons 3.the great pretender 4.you only live twice 5.dirty woman 6.we want more 7.leave me alone 8.monster 9.season of the reaper 10.crawling thru bitterness 11.the great pretender 12.dirty woman 13.you only live twice 14.leave me alone 15.eleanor rigby 16.follow me 17.i don't care 18.bitch

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Black Orchid on 30 Jun. 2011
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Pain is the solo project of Hypocrisy's Peter Tagtgren. And when I say solo project, I mean he does the vocals, guitars, drums, arrangements and production. Where Hypocrisy focus on extra terrestial possibilities and the dark side of society, Pain is all about human emotion and the everyday pains we go through. Pain uses electronic and industrial sounds, and mainly clean vocals unlike Peter's 'main' band.

It seems that every Pain album needs a few listens before I really love it - but they all grow on me in the end with their catchy lyrics and heavy, pacey, industrial musical feel. You Only Live Twice is no exception.

Instantly likeable tracks are Dirty Woman, which sounds like ACDC vocals over a Slipknot backing track, and The Great Pretender. The pacey opener Let Me Out is a great introduction to the album, but there is some irony in the title track sounding similar to Same Old Song. The final track Season of the Reaper reminds me of some of the slow paced Hypocrisy tracks such as Final Chapter. In fact, there seems to be more of Hypocrisy influence coming in on this album than previously - perhaps in Peter's vocal style and guitar impact. But on the whole, this is exactly the standard we have come to expect from the unique project.

My only real criticism is that it doesn't feel sufficiently new. It doesn't have quite the same exclusive and powerful feel that Rebirth had and still has for me, as though it is all becoming a bit routine and formulaic to make a Pain album. That said, it hasn't been off my car stereo since release date and I would definately recommend a listen to Pain fans existing and new.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By sisterofnight on 8 July 2011
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Possibly the best album yet (of Pain or of all time perhaps!).

Combining all the good points of previous albums. There's more Hypocrisy style heavyness and vocals but with the Rebirth style speed and anger twixt melancholic and anxious melodies all combined with melting harmonies throughout. Each track is pretty individual. Peter's vocals take a stretch in a new direction with the AC/DC style 'Dirty Woman' - that's the only part I'm not mad about.

The album simply gets better with every listen!
Hard to pick but at the moment my personal favourite is the adrenaline inducing 'We Want More' which to me is a part 2 to 'Crashed' from Rebirth. Rebirth
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By Leni on 28 April 2013
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Nothing PETER TAGTGREN does is ever below par the man just goes on producing great sounds critics may say it is a bit repetitive in places, but when you mix Rock, Metal and Techno like this guy does , Fxxx them buy this or any Pain album, would recommend a listen to the album Cynic Paradise for starters.
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By DAWP on 2 Mar. 2013
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This album to me is everything that a Pain fan wants.

The album is full of catchy songs which are just heavy heavy heavy.

A top class album!!!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
A nice new release 6 July 2011
By kwprogster - Published on Amazon.com
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I am shocked no one has reviewed this new release. On the bright side they have made changes in their sound and progressed into new areas. You will still recognize the formula with a few new twists. Dirty Woman reminds these ears of AC/DC.. Plenty of great hooks throughout. On the downside this record is way too short. Buy the extended version for alt versions, a great bonus track and some live tracks. This may be the best version of Eleanor Rigby I have heard. I understand the band will be coming to the US for the first time. This is a must for Rob Zombie fans. Pain has never felt better.
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Not what I expected, but I like it 26 Aug. 2011
By From Detroit - Published on Amazon.com
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I've been following PAIN since Peter released the very first album back in 1996. So, when I saw this had been released, I made sure I ordered it up. I have to say that this album seems to be trying to bridge the gap between PAIN and Hypocrisy. While it still has the same electronic/dance influence that PAIN seems to have had all these years, the vocals and guitars feel more like metal than many of his previous releases under the same band name. There are a lot of catchy hooks, as another reviewer mentioned. I think Low Dirty Woman was probably my favorite track on the album. This isn't my favorite PAIN album, but it is a very solid release! Looking forward to more!
PAIN. 10 Jun. 2015
By CRAZOTOLOGY - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
PAIN is an industrial metal band. This album is pretty good. For fans of RAMMSTEIN, ROB ZOMBIE, OOMPH!, FEAR FACTORY, and MINISTRY.
great seller, quick delivery 29 Jan. 2015
By James - Published on Amazon.com
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Exclnt.buy,great seller,quick delivery,thank you!!!
2 thumbs up 11 May 2015
By Trent Enu - Published on Amazon.com
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2 thumbs up
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