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Paradise Lost - Discography (1990 - 2012)
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Paradise Lost - Discography (1990 - 2012)

 Paradise Lost

Paradise Lost are a heavy metal band that formed in 1988 in Halifax,
England. The band's 1991 album, Gothic, was a seminal album in the
doom/death genre. Paradise Lost gradually polished its sound during the
mid-90s and started incorporating electronic instrumentation beginning
with their 1997 album, One Second. With 2002's Symbol of Life, Paradise
Lost diminished its use of electronic elements in favour of a return to a
guitar-oriented approach. Paradise Lost has proven to be influential,
with Jonas Renkse of Katatonia saying that his band started off "as
Paradise Lost fanboys".

Their line-up has remained stable for such a long-standing heavy metal
band, consisting of singer Nick Holmes, guitarists Greg Mackintosh and
Aaron Aedy, and bassist Steve Edmondson. Holmes and Mackintosh are the
principal composers, with almost all of the band's songs credited to
them. During the years, the band has only changed drummers.

Thirteen albums into Paradise Lost's 20+ year career, namedropping is
pointless. The only band they can and should be held up against for
comparison and consideration is Paradise Lost.

With a career dating back to 1988, and their official recording debut in
1990 (Lost Paradise), the band has been riding and rollercoaster of
highs and lows that began in earnest with their fourth album, Icon, in
1993. It presented Paradise Lost as a band that had more to offer beyond
their established doom-death metal sound, driving the point home in
1995 with Draconian Times, an album that is considered to be a goth
metal benchmark to this very day. That they would follow their
international breakthrough with a slide into the realms of electronica
only two years later (One Second) boggled the collective mind of
Paradise Lost's devout fanbase, yet their new direction earned a
following of its own. The band made a gradual return to the swamp that
spawned them, however, beginning with 2002's Symbol Of Life. Elements of
their favoured doom-goth sound grew consistently darker and louder with
each album that followed, and each time the curiosity as to how far
Paradise Lost would take this comeback grew.

It's fair to say the band's new outing, Tragic Idol, is the album fans
of the Icon and Draconian Times era have been waiting on the edge of
their seats for.

Recorded at The Chapel Studios in Lincolnshire, England, with vocals
laid down at Fascination Street Studios in Orebro, Sweden and produced,
mixed and mastered by Jens Bogren (OPETH, BORKNAGAR), Tragic Idol is a
no-holds-barred album that, according to guitarist Greg Mackintosh, was
"influenced more by classic metal and classic doom metal than anything
else." Lead-off track 'Solitary One' and the closing dirge of 'The
Glorious End' echo this statement with their crushing doom approach,
while the sledgehammer riffs of 'Crucify', 'To The Darkness' and 'In
This We Dwell' draw Paradise Lost out of the goth realm, simultaneously
pulling naysayers of the genre into the darkness. This is par for the
entire course of Tragic Idol; for every plodding doom-oriented track
there is a song loaded with traditional metal riffs and guitar leads,
making it a feast for anyone who takes pleasure in being crushed by a
wall of guitars.

Vocalist Nick Holmes leads the charge, as always, singing his guts out
rather than opting to growl and croon his way through the proceedings.
In a day and age when gothic metal is often defined by how closely the
vocalist can mimic the late and great Peter Steele (TYPE O NEGATIVE),
Holmes attacks with a diversity and aggression that raises the bar for
veteran would-be goth heroes and newcomers to the scene.

Holmes' lyrics have always been traditionally dark and introspective,
and Tragic Idol is no exception. There are no verses for the fantasy and
folk metal set, no tales of boy-meets-girl; he chooses instead to focus
on the depths of stark reality.

"I wrote a lot about truth and honesty," says Holmes. "We've got a song
called 'Honesty In Death', and (my) initial thoughts were about how
humble death makes people, how insignificant little problems are. It
makes you realize what's really important in life."

As for calling the album Tragic Idol, it's the appropriate title for an
album unleashed upon a modern day society that, in general, believes all
that glitters is gold. The title track is a classic case of Paradise
Lost putting life in perspective and pounding the message home:

"It's about the beauty and innocence of youth," Holmes says of 'Tragic
Idol'. "Worshipping another human being with an equal amount of
susceptibility to pain, suffering and depression as the next person, but
by some chance has been propelled into some godlike status. Adulation
eats away and makes the person ugly on the inside, believing their self
importance to be above others, not realizing their insignificance and
irrelevance in the grand scheme of things."

Tragic Idol as a whole isn't merely Paradise Lost's long-awaited return
to form; it's a soundtrack inspired by life, served up as a well-meant
kick in the teeth.


Current members:

1988-   Gregor Mackintosh - guitars
1988-   Aaron Aedy - guitars
1988-   Stephen Edmondson - bass
1988-   Nick Holmes - vocals
2009-   Adrian Erlandsson - drums

Former musicians:

1987-1993   Matthew Archer - drums
1994-2004   Lee Morris - drums
2004-2008   Jeff Singer - drums


1990 - Lost Paradise
1991 - Gothic
1992 - Shades Of God
1993 - Icon
1994 - Gothic (EP)
1994 - Seals The Sense (EP)
1995 - Draconian Times
1997 - One Second
1999 - Host
2001 - Believe In Nothing
2002 - Symbol Of Life
2005 - Paradise Lost
2007 - In Requiem
2009 - Faith Divides Us - Death Unites Us
2012 - Tragic Idol

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Genre: Doom/Death/Gothic Metal | Albums, Singles, Eps | MP3 320 kbps | 11 GB

Album (1990 - 2011) 320 kbps
1990 - Lost Paradise
1991 - Gothic
1992 - Shades Of God
1993 - Icon
1995 - Draconian Times
1997 - One Second
1999 - Host
2001 - Believe In Nothing
2002 - Symbol Of Life
2005 - Paradise Lost
2007 - In Requiem
2009 - Faith Divides Us - Death Unites Us
2012 - Tragic Idol

Compilation and Live (1996 - 2011) 320 kbps
1996 - Gothic , Lost Paradise (Compilation)
1998 - Reflection (Compilation)
2003 - At The BBC (Live)
2008 - The Anatomy Of Melancholy (Live)
2009 - Drown In Darkness - The Early Demos (Compilation)
2011 - Draconian Times MMXI (Live)

Single, EP and Promo (1990 - 2012) 320 kbps - 192 kbps
1990 - In Dub (Single)
1992 - As I Die (EP)
1994 - Gothic (EP)
1994 - Seals The Sense (EP)
1995 - Forever Failure (Single)
1995 - The Last Time (Single)
1997 - Say Just Words (Limited Edition Single)
1997 - Say Just Words (Single)
1997 - True Belief '97 (Single)
1998 - One Second (German Edition Single)
1998 - One Second (Limited Edition Single)
1998 - One Second (Single)
1999 - Permanent Solution (Single)
1999 - So Much Is Lost (Limited Edition Single)
1999 - So Much Is Lost (Single)
2001 - Fader (Single)
2001 - Mouth (Single)
2002 - Erased (Limited Edition Single)
2002 - Erased (Single)
2005 - Forever After (Limited Edition Single)
2005 - Forever After (Single)
2007 - The Enemy (Single)
1995 - Enchantment
1995 - The Last Time
1997 - Say Just Words
1997 - Soul Courageous
1999 - Host - Sampler
2000 - Believe In Nothing - Sampler
2000 - Sell It To The World
2001 - Believe In Nothing (Promo)
2002 - Erased
2002 - Isolate
2003 - Small Town Boy
2005 - All You Leave Behind (Special DJ & Radio Edition)
2005 - Forever After
2007 - Paradise Lost & Dark Tranquillity.... - In Requiem & Fiction
2009 - Faith Divides Us - Death Unites Us
2012 - The Last Fallen Saviour (Single) 192 kbps

Other (1990 - 2004) 128 kbps - 320 kbps
1990 - Live Death (Audio Rip) 160 kbps - 165 kbps
1998 - As We Die For... (Tribute) 320 kbps
1999 - One Second (Audio Rip) 192 kbps
2002 - Evolve (Audio Rip) 128 kbps - 204 kbps
2004 - Demolishing England (Split) 222 kbps - 255 kbps

Demo (1988 - 1989) 128 kbps - 192 kbps
1988 - Paradise Lost 128 kbps - 192 kbps
1989 - Frozen Illusion 128 kbps
1989 - Plains of desolation 128 kbps

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