CD Believe in Nothing [099923843320] (CD 614165),
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Believe in Nothing [099923843320]

  • 1. I Am Nothing
    2. Mouth
    3. Fader
    4. Look at Me Now
    5. Illumination
    6. Something Real
    7. Divided
    8. Sell It to the World
    9. Never Again
    10. Control
    11. No Reason
    12. World Pretending
    13. Waiting for God - (bonus track)
    14. Sway - (bonus track)
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 8433

  • Credits
    ProducerGreg Brimson; John Fryer
    EngineerJohn Fryer; Paradise Lost

    Paradise Lost: Nick Holmes (vocals); Greg Mackintosh (guitar, keyboards); Aaron Andy (guitar); Steve Edmondson (bass); Lee Morris (drums, background vocals).
    Principally recorded at Albert, Strongroom Studios, London, England in 2000.
    Personnel: Jacqueline Norrie, Sally Herbert (violin); Clare Finnimore, Claire Orsler (viola); Sophie Harris, Dinah Beamish (cello); Gregor MacKintosh, John Fryer (programming).
    Audio Mixer: Gerhard Wlfle.
    Recording information: Albert Studios, London, England (04/2000-09/2000); Chapel Studios, Lincs (04/2000-09/2000); Strongroom, London, England (04/2000-09/2000).
    British band Paradise Lost has a knack for producing dark and moody, yet very accessible metal. And that's exactly what they do on Believe in Nothing, serving up a bunch of tracks that could appeal to a wide range of music fans. Tight and melodic, "Mouth" is an excellent example of how to write a chart-topping rock song. In fact, almost exactly the same thing could be said about "Fader" and "Illumination." "Look at Me Now" is also a noteworthy tune, but probably a little too easy on the ear and thus lacking staying power. The suitably sullen "Never Again," on the other hand, gets better with each spin. In the end, Believe in Nothing doesn't quite scale the same heights as a couple of the band's previous releases, such as Shades of God and One Second. But it's still a quality offering and a good way to get into metal without causing too much of a ruckus in the neighborhood. ~ David Peter Wesolowski

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