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So Much Is Lost - Paradise Lost - Host (CD, Album)

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  1. Kazijind says:
    Sep 01,  · Lost Paradise () Badly recorded and very naïve, but with tracks like “Frozen Illusion,” death/doom never had it so good. 4. Icon () A very original record for the time. This is higher than Drac Times because it paved the way for that album.
  2. Daigis says:
    Host is the seventh studio album recorded by British band Paradise Lost. The singles "So Much Is Lost" and "Permanent Solution" both have music videos released; in an interview, Holmes and Mackintosh explained that the videos were higher budget compared to other videos they made. Due to an injury, Gregor Mackintosh often played keyboards instead of guitar while touring the album with his .
  3. Moogulmaran says:
    So Much Is Lost This song is by Paradise Lost and appears on the album Host () and on the live album The Anatomy Of Melancholy (). What this seems to be, what this seems to be, is real All of my life is changing.
  4. Faumuro says:
    British metal / hard rock band, Type: Group, Founded: in West Yorkshire, Area: United Kingdom.
  5. Arashilabar says:
    Not much from this era has been caught on audio or video. The band was mostly inactive in , only playing about 3 shows funbereterhirombbalyfistcomerpi.coinfoing the release of Believe in Nothing, they went on a relatively short tour, likely explaining the lack of available recordings.. What we do have, however - and I think it's the only available video footage of the band in - is their release party show in.
  6. Tular says:
    "Host" is Paradise Lost's most unique album and is the one that would've split the fan community for good. The vocals on the latter I find particulary impressive. The atmosphere on this album is incredible. "So much is Lost" (the classic opener), "Ordinary Days" and the closer "Host" best demonstrate this. the songs on this CD only /5(14).
  7. Voodoorisar says:
    Download Host by Paradise Lost | eMusic.
  8. Mele says:
    Host, an Album by Paradise Lost. Released on EMI (catalog no. 4 2 0; CD). Genres: Gothic Rock, Electronic, Synthpop. Featured peformers: Nick Holmes (vocals, aka_text lyrics role_id aka_text), Gregor Mackintosh (guitar, keyboards, aka_text music role_id aka_text, programming, string arrangements), Aaron Aedy (guitar), Stephen Edmondson (bass), Lee Morris .

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