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Ordinary Days - Paradise Lost - Host (CD)

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  1. ALBUM REVIEW: Host (Remastered) – Paradise Lost March 18, March 18, Danny Sanderson Host, iLikePRESS, Nuclear Blast Records, Paradise Lost. Ordinary Days starts to bring the guitars to the fore a little more, and although they are definitely there in the mix, they never take over, become over-bearing or become the sole focus of.
  2. Paradise Lost Lyrics "So Much Is Lost" What this seems to be, what this seems to be, is real "Host" () So Much Is Lost. Nothing Sacred. In All Honesty. Harbour. Ordinary Days. It's Too Late. Permanent Solution. Behind The Grey. Wreck. Made The Same. Deep. Year Of Summer. Host. Search.
  3. Host, an Album by Paradise Lost. Released 16 March on Nuclear Blast (catalog no. / ; CD). Genres: Electronic, Gothic Rock.
  4. Ordinary Days Lyrics: Breathing Life, As True As Honest Work / Breathing Life, A Truth For All Its Worth / You Want To Seem To Be As Fragile As Can Be / I Want To Roll Inside That Shell You Call A.
  5. Paradise Lost - Ordinary Days Lyrics. Artist: Paradise Lost. Album: Host. Genre: Rock. Heyo! SONGLYRICS just got interactive. Highlight. Review: RIFF-it. RIFF-it good. Listen while you read! Breathing life, as true as honest work Breathing life, a truth for all it's worth.
  6. Host, an Album by Paradise Lost. Released on EMI (catalog no. 4 2 0; CD). Genres: Gothic Rock, Electronic.
  7. Heavy metal is a hard category when a band wants or needs to change. So it isn't a surprise that Paradise Lost lost many fans when the group's previous albums, Draconian Times and One Second, were released. Host isn't an exception -- vice versa, it goes even deeper into experimental rock. This time Paradise Lost even uses synths and programming, but mixing them with distorted guitar sounds.
  8. 1. So Much Is Lost 2. Nothing Sacred 3. In All Honesty 4. Harbour 5. Ordinary Days 6. It's Too Late 7. Permanent Solution 8. Behind the Grey 9. Wreck Made the Same Deep Year of Summer Host.
  9. "So much is Lost" (the classic opener), "Ordinary Days" and the closer "Host" best demonstrate this. "Host" is a lengthy song full of low keyboards, a pounding bass riff during the chorus, an anthemic vocal line also during the chorus and a slow guitar solo. A string section also adds enormously to /5(5).

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