8 thoughts on “ Fader - Paradise Lost - Believe In Nothing (CD, Album)

  • CD, Album, Limited Edition, Reissue, Remastered, Digipak. Country: Europe. Released: 29 Jun Genre: Rock. Style: Gothic Metal, Heavy Metal/5(13).
  • Jun 15,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - PARADISE LOST - Fader YouTube Paradise Lost - Say Just Words | Official Music Video - Duration: Music For Nations 1,, views.
  • Jan 29,  · "Believe in Nothing" was generally not recieved well by Paradise Lost fans. I have to say on first listen I was stunned! This album saw the return of heavy guitars in a big way, and was in my opinion Paradise Lost's return to metal. This album brings influences from "Draconian Times", "One Second" and "Host" together, and sounds brilliant/5(31).
  • Believe in Nothing poses no exception to that. The album begins with a beautiful up tempo song (I am Nothing) and picks with Sell it to the World, the more fast paced song of the album (a rare example on their entire discography anyway). In between, we‘ll find songs like Mouth and Fader that – if I m not mistake- became singles, that are.
  • Paradise Lost - Believe in Nothing () Album Photo by Megametal. Format: CD. 7 likes. 21 Paradise Lost Album Photos.
  • View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Believe In Nothing on Discogs. Label: KOCH Records - KOC-CD • Format: CD Album • Country: US • .
  • Paradise Lost Lyrics "Fader" It's in my heart; it's in your soul, You choose to judge, Is that your role? Don't analyse or complicate, album: "Believe In Nothing" () I Am Nothing. Mouth. Fader. Look At Me Now. Illumination. Something Real. Divided. Sell It To The World. Never Again. Control.
  • The result is an album with the guitars not only higher in the mix but also sounding far more clear and cutting - which for the most part is a good thing, as it now sounds like a "proper" Paradise Lost album rather than a compromise created as an attempt to fit in with the trends of the day.4/5(11).

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