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Pain Of Salvation


Progressive Metal

4.23 | 1278 ratings

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5 stars I was planning to write a review for this album for a long time but i couldn't wait more due to pepato's review..He gave 4 stars to the album.that's ok..he expresses his feelings for it that's ok..but i really CANNOTunderstand some things he said..For instnce he says that Second Love and This Heart of Mine are banal...Seriously now?Anyway..Remedy Lane is the BEST prog metal album followed by Images And simple..The production is top nutch..It serves it's cause 100%..The compositions are perfect..Musicaly i think POS took the best elements from TPE and filled them with more exciting and maturing ideas and the result is Remedy Lane..That's why i coside it better than it's predecessor..In this album POS knows exactly what they want:to make a masterpiece..How else can you descibe it?Listen to jam session in Rope Ends,listen to Fandango's prog intro for instance and they take your breath away..These are my fav songs on this album..But all the songs have this originality,quality,magic,feeling that has to have a masterpiece..But technique is present too..Especially in songs like Beyond the Pale or A trace of Blood..What makes this album so special is it's magnificent instrumenatl parts alongside with the UNIQUE and powerful refrains..All in all a 5 stars album that all progsters must have..
ppl | 5/5 |


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