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9 Comments on " Disappear - Paradise Lost - One Second (CD, Album) "

  • This album is plagued by the "first album by a band that later changed their sound" phenomenon, but it is Paradise Lost's darkest work. The production is minimalist, the guitar tone sounds evil (tuned down to 'C'), and the instrumentation sets the mood that the inhuman growls further considerably/5(27).
  • One Second. Paradise Lost’s seventh single release. Released on Music for Nations in A limited edition version with a blue version of the cover art was released, replacing ‘The Hour’ and ‘Slave’ with live versions of ‘Mercy’ and ‘This Cold Life’.
  • Mar 21,  · Artist: Paradise Lost Album: One Second Year: Label: Music For Nations Genre: Gothic dark rock/metal Lyrics: And for one second I lost my .
  • The album also contains a few what could be termed "gothic masterpieces", these are "Mercy" my favourite Paradise Lost song, "Disappear", "This Cold Life" and "Take Me down". These are the album's most atmospheric songs, where the keyboards shine at the forefront, and the listener realises that Greger Makintosh has surpassed himself having /5(40).
  • One Second, an Album by Paradise Lost. Released 28 August on The End (catalog no. TE; CD). Genres: Gothic Rock, Gothic Metal.
  • Sep 10,  · And for one second I lost my head And for one second I wished that you were dead And for one second you wish that you were here all alone Hold .
  • View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of One Second on Discogs/5(94).
  • Feb 20,  · The re-issue of ‘One Second’ is fully supported by the band and their management with their input on packaging and audio along with liner notes from renowned Kerrang journalist Nick Ruskell. Remastered by collaborator Jaime Gomez, this CD format features a page hardback book and a bonus disc housing the band’s show at London’s /5(32).
  • Anyone listening to this album for the first time would be forgiven for doing a double-take and checking the cover art to make sure they had indeed purchased Paradise Lost's One Second instead of a Depeche Mode record. This release displays an astounding sonic evolution when compared to the group's previous release, 's Draconian Times, and nothing remains of their early death/doom 8/