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Pain Of Salvation


Progressive Metal

3.21 | 565 ratings

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4 stars Why do people underestimate "Scarsick? " This is another great work of Pain of Salvation, though not at the level of the masterpieces that were "Remedy Lane" and "The Perfect Element pt.1 (Scarsick" being pt .2). The concept here is the character "He" ("The Perfect Element pt.1") in its fall to a physical level .The album makes several criticisms, including America (Daniel Gildenl÷w had to do this critic).Some songs are irregular (as the title track, which opens the album), but overall the musicianship here is excelentt.Exemple this is "Idiocracy".This was the first track on the album that I listened, and now may be the prefered.Others tracks worth mentioning are "Disco Queen" (which is unlike anything the band ever did) and "Kingdom of Loss". This album is perhaps more complex than their earlier, which perhaps explains the fact of being the least well-rated here in site.Still thus is an excellent addition.
voliveira | 4/5 |


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