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Gothic
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Album: Gothic
# Song Title   Time
1)    Gothic
2)    Dead Emotion
3)    Shattered
4)    Rapture
5)    Eternal
6)    Falling Forever
7)    Angel Tears
8)    Silent
9)    Painless, The
10)    Desolate
11)    Rotting Misery [Doom Dub] - (Doom Dub mix, remix)
12)    Breeding Fear [Demolition Dub] - (Demolition Dub mix, remix)
1)    Intro
2)    Dead Emotion
3)    Gothic
4)    Paradise Lost
5)    Breeding Fear
6)    Eternal
7)    Shattered
8)    Frozen Illusion
9)    Angel Tears
10)    Silent
11)    Painless, The
 
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Performer Notes
  • Includes 2 bonus tracks.
  • Paradise Lost includes: Nick Holmes (vocals); Gregor Mackintosh, Aaron Aedy (guitar); Stephen Edmondson (bass); Matthew Archer (drums).
  • Additional personnel includes: Sarah Marrion (vocals); The Rapture Symphony Orchestra.
  • Recorded at Academy Music Studios, West Yorkshire, England between November 1990 and January 1991.
  • Personnel: Sarah Marrion, Nick Holmes (vocals); Gregor Mackintosh, Aaron Aedy (guitar); Stephen Edmondson (bass guitar); Matthew Archer (drums); The Raptured Symphony Orchestra (symphony).
  • Liner Note Author: Gregor Mackintosh.
  • Recording information: Academy Music Studios, West Yorkshire (11/1990-01/1991).
  • Arrangers: Gregor Mackintosh; Keith Appleton; Nick Holmes.
  • Even as the band was helping to define the basic tenets of the newly born doom/death metal movement, Halifax, England's Paradise Lost was already evolving at a fast clip. The group's second, aptly titled album, Gothic, though a perfectly logical step in retrospect, seemed at the time of its release like something of a departure for the band's earliest fans. This perception was largely enforced by the less deliberate, more energetic arrangements given songs like "Dead Emotion" and "Shattered," not to mention Paradise Lost's slightly cleaner approach to guitar crunch. Further standouts such as the title track, "Eternal," and "The Painless" also made cautious use of keyboards and even female vocals, which together added atmospheric nuances to the group's ultra-depressive power chords. Gaining in confidence, young vocalist Nick Holmes' growling style was still utterly unmusical here, but at least he was making himself heard over the band's monolithic din. His lyrics were also becoming increasingly more mature, and this maturity would help push Paradise Lost ahead of its demon-obsessed competitors with each subsequent album. ~ Eduardo Rivadavia
Professional Reviews
Kerrang (Magazine) (p.63) - "[The album] added an atmospheric twist that would see it as the basis of an entire subgenre of heavy metal."
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