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REMEDY LANE

Pain Of Salvation

 

Progressive Metal

4.21 | 833 ratings

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W.Chuck
5 stars A fantastic jorney through the world of a relationship, passing diferent problems and everything on a high emotional level. Parts like the spoken one in "Ending Theme" let you dive into the story. When I first listened to the album I totally hated it, but that changed after several listenings. I'm not sure, what was the reason behind that. I was really much into metal at this time and just started to listen to progressive music. I kind of needed hard music and Remedy Lane bored me. But I've heard that many people had problems to get into this album, but later loved it. So it might be the complexity. At the end it doesn't matter what's the reason, at least it enchants you, but never stop trying. The music is different. Very often soft, sometimes (Ending Theme, e.g.) heavy, but always with interesting and mad (Fandango) ideas and great lyrics. In my opinion it is better than The Perfect Element, the only other album by Pain of Salvation so I can't anything about the other albums, but Remedy Lane create interest for more!
W.Chuck | 5/5 |

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